The wraparound verandah, the bunches of grapes hanging from the chandeliers, and the Toulouse-Lautrec–style murals add to the colorful atmosphere of this restaurant in a 150-year-old gingerbread Creole house. As the name suggests, snails are a specialty, and are offered several ways. But the menu also includes many other French standards like onion soup, crispy duck, and veal cordon bleu. There's a cabaret show, complete with cancan in the tradition of La Cage aux Folles.
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