New Orleans Dinner Recommendation?

Old Feb 8th, 2013, 08:26 AM
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New Orleans Dinner Recommendation?

I'm trying to decide where I should book a reservation for a Sunday dinner in New Orleans. Many of the great restaurants are closed on Sunday, but I still have good options. Does anyone have a recommendation from the list below or others? I'm traveling with a group of foodies and we would prefer dinners that we can't get at home in Washington DC.

Restaurant R'evolution
Domenica
Coquette
GW Fins
Atchafalaya
Le Petite Grocery
Maurepas Foods
Stella!
Root
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Old Feb 8th, 2013, 09:52 AM
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We were in New Orleans three weeks ago and had dinner at Stella!--we did a four course prix fixe --and found the food outstanding. The service was also very good. The room is lovely and somewhat formal. We did not have dinner at R'evolution but did have Sunday brunch. Again wonderful food and excellent cocktails.
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I like Dominica (pizza and pasta mainly) but I think Stella is probably a better choice if you want a more formal dinner. August, Herb Saint, Bayona and one of the many Brennan restaurants would offer some great dinners too.
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Haven't been to the ones you listed. If they are open Sundays (check first, as I'm not sure here), I can definitely recommend Galatoire's, Mr. B's, Commander's Palace, K-Paul's, or Arnaud's for a higher-end Cajun/Creole experience. As far as I know, you won't get this type of cuisine in Washington, DC.

Here's a link to my food experiences on a visit to NOLA a couple years ago:

http://www.fodors.com/community/unit...experience.cfm
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