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Way Down Yonder in New Orleans Restaurants

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Just back from Old England and will quickly turn around for a short business trip to New Orleans next week. If I can stay out of the ER (something that unfortunately happens a little too often lately on business trips), I was wondering if you guys could come up with a few restaurant options that won't break the bank (our company only consists of two people, so our expense account really is OUR expense account).

Mu business partner booked us an apartment on Royal Street near Brennan's and the Supreme Court Building. Looking for French, Italian or Cajun places with entrees about 30 bucks (although I could be talked into higher if the restaurant was really, really worth it).

Thanks. Looking forward to a beignet in the morning, too.

((H))

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