R&O’S, Metairie, La. Report #31

    This place is only about two blocks from the New Orleans city line in an old part of Metairie called Bucktown.  Bucktown began as a string of hunting and fishing camps over 100 years ago.  Lake Pontchartrain is right across the street.  I wouldn’t call it an Italian place but there’s no shortage… Continue reading R&O’S, Metairie, La. Report #31

Bobby Hebert’s Cajun Cannon, Metairie, La. Report #14

I forgot to take a picture of the place from the outside so I had to pull one up online to show what it looks like.  Bobby Hebert is a former QB for the New Orleans Saints.  He had a strong arm and was a real Louisiana Cajun, from Cut Off, Louisiana, so he had… Continue reading Bobby Hebert’s Cajun Cannon, Metairie, La. Report #14

Cochon, New Orleans, La. Report #10

“Cochon” is French for pig.  Pretty place.  Big place.  Love the wood burning oven and the loft dining.  The sign lights up at night if you’re looking for a landmark.  Very interesting menu.  They’ll start you out with a delicious bucket of rolls that are hot, crusty on the outside and soft on the inside,… Continue reading Cochon, New Orleans, La. Report #10