Lula Restaurant Distillery, New Orleans, LA Report #281

  I’ll be so glad when this Coranavirus has run it’s course and I can go sit down in a restaurant again!  Until then, restaurants need our support more than ever.  And of course, I still need to eat! This place is right on St. Charles Ave., but for some reason I’ve never noticed it. … Continue reading Lula Restaurant Distillery, New Orleans, LA Report #281

Blue Giant Chinese, New Orleans, LA Report #271

This place is right next door to Fat Boy Pantry, where I tried my first lobster po-boy!  And Surrey’s Café & Juice Bar, which I absolutely love, is in the next block.  I think I might have to buy a house around here! Small, cozy little joint.  We decided on the Shrimp Wontons, the Dan… Continue reading Blue Giant Chinese, New Orleans, LA Report #271

La Boca, New Orleans, LA Report #253

I’ve been wanting to try this place for a long time.   It’s an Argentine Steakhouse that I’ve heard many good things about.  We were in the steak mood so we headed on over! We decided on: And the food: First they brought us a nice little bread basket with some olive oil.  Square pieces… Continue reading La Boca, New Orleans, LA Report #253

Gris-Gris, New Orleans, LA Report #232

If you were born and raised in New Orleans, like me, you know what Gris-Gris means.  If you don’t, I was nice enough to include the definition for you.  No need to thank me.  But here it can also mean great food, because everything we had was fantastic. If you like the great outdoors, they… Continue reading Gris-Gris, New Orleans, LA Report #232

Twisted Waffles, New Orleans, LA Report #225

Normally Sunday breakfast for me consist of some kind of egg dish, grits and pancakes.  Always pancakes.  Pancakes, pancakes and more pancakes.  But today, I decided to do something crazy.  Switch to waffles!  You only live once. This place has only been open for about three months but I’ve already heard good things about it. … Continue reading Twisted Waffles, New Orleans, LA Report #225

Fat Boy Pantry, New Orleans, LA Report #215

When I heard this place sold a fried lobster poboy, I thought there had to be some kind of gimmick to it.  Was it artificial lobster meat?  Made with some kind of lobster flavored Alaskan fish?  Or was it real lobster and they only put a skimpy portion of lobster meat on it?  I know… Continue reading Fat Boy Pantry, New Orleans, LA Report #215

Gus’s Fried Chicken, New Orleans, LA Report #214

As Hurricane Barry made landfall in Louisiana, I woke up and could only think about one thing.  I want some fried chicken!  So I headed to the very newly opened Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken. Normally I wouldn’t review a chain, which this is.  They have 29 locations in 13 states.  This is the only… Continue reading Gus’s Fried Chicken, New Orleans, LA Report #214

Surrey’s Café & Juice Bar, New Orleans, LA Report #212

  This place bills itself as New Orleans oldest organic juice bar.  I could care less about juice.  I want FOOD!  And what a glorious place it is for food! Small little cramped joint, so if you have to wait for a table you’ll be waiting outside.  There are some trees around so at least… Continue reading Surrey’s Café & Juice Bar, New Orleans, LA Report #212

Ugly Dog Saloon & BBQ, New Orleans, LA Report #209

I came here for one thing and one thing only.  The Lafitte Pig sandwich.  I heard from a fellow foodie it was worth the trip.  Sliced ham, pulled pork and bacon, topped with coleslaw and cheddar cheese.  Sounded good to me. Nice sized place.  When I walked in I wasn’t sure if I should have… Continue reading Ugly Dog Saloon & BBQ, New Orleans, LA Report #209