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Restaurants in NOLA

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I just found out that I'll be ging to a work conference in NOLA next week. There are two nights when I'm on my own for dinner. I'll be staying at the Sheraton at 500 Canal St and would like someplace within walking distance; I won't have a car and prefer to walk after sitting in meetings all day.

I've been to Copmmander's Palace and Bayona, so would like to go somewhere else. My preference is for fish/seafood, prepared lightly--nothing breaded and fried. My comapny doesn't keep me on a tight leash, financially, but I'd still rather be respectful about cost in these challenging times--entrees under $25, please.


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