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Antoine's New Orleans

Dad called to ask me whether we ate at Antoine's on the one time we went to New Orleans (pre-Katrina). We hadn't, but I told him the reason why it was familiar to him is because I have a menu from a place in NO with a similar name - Arnaud's - that I found in an antique shop in Ohio and at the last place I live, I turned scans of it into a wall-long mural. It didn't come down from the wall in good enough shape to transport but I could have it made again sometime. The gallery with the scans of the old menu are here with other vintage menus on my flickr gallery

He asked because there was this piece on CBS Sunday Morning

I wish we would have gone there since they clearly value their people and their customers. Maybe I'll get the chance sometime. For the record, we didn't go to Arnaud's either. I am wondering about the menu and prices for a place ther around the Civil War!

Makes me wonder - any of you have a place like this that you frequent? I do get along well and like to visit my local Ruthie's Bagels regularly. I'm FB friends with the owner even.

(Posted on my LJ in public, if anyone feels like sharing in a comm for more feedback, that would be cool)


Sep. 5th, 2016 06:01 pm (UTC)
That sounds like a lovely staycation! Mmmm...halibut...love that. With roasted baby artichoke? oooo

If I get back to Ohio anytime soon, I want to go back to here with the parents for lunch
It's the cutest place to wander and shop and their soup is amazing.

Sep. 5th, 2016 06:54 pm (UTC)
We will have to see what happens. I have all of my vacation (and then some) taken next year, so who knows when we will get there for it.

Mmm, I love a good soup. it can make or break a restaurant for me.

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