Rib Room

Discussion in 'New Orleans, LA' started by anthonymaul, Feb 25, 2005.

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  1. anthonymaul Jedi Master

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    Mar 22, 2004
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    I ate at the Rib Room on my visit last week and they
    have the best Prime rib.
  2. Darth Mischievous Force Ghost

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    Oct 12, 1999
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    I've been there, but I don't really care for it too much...

    I am what you would call a 'Foodie' in New Orleans lingo...

    My favorite restaurants are Restaurant Cuvee and Peristyle (although the chef changed at Peristyle and they've gone down a bit).

    My brother worked for Emeril Lagasse at Emeril's Restaurant as a chef some time back. He's now on the business end of the HRT business.

    I'm taking my fiancee to Bayona for her birthday in April!

    :)
  3. anthonymaul Jedi Master

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    Mar 22, 2004
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    I also like Houstons,they have good food.
  4. Darth Mischievous Force Ghost

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    Oct 12, 1999
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    They've got great Spinach & Artichoke dip!
  5. anthonymaul Jedi Master

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    Mar 22, 2004
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    I will be able to eat there every day,when I get there.Im moving from Denver in Aug.I love the food
    out there,what else should I do when I move there.
  6. Darth Mischievous Force Ghost

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    Oct 12, 1999
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    I have no idea, I've never been to Denver....
  7. anthonymaul Jedi Master

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    Mar 22, 2004
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    No,im coming from Denver.
  8. Darth Mischievous Force Ghost

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    Oh, I thought you were moving there. LOL
  9. Supafroius Jedi Padawan

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    May 12, 2005
    Id stay in Denver.. It gets way too hot here.. Plus you can't ski. And to keep on topic. I like houstons as well. They have some really good fish.
  10. Theyrenotdolls Jedi Knight

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    Jan 31, 2005
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    actually, if you make it down here, i'd avoid houston's...it's a chain.... food is good, overpriced and reproducible by many restaurants around the country. Dining in N.O. entirely depends on your budget....but you can get REALLY good deals at some REALLY GOOD restaurants at lunchtime. Eat local. for both a good local restaurant and for good fish, try JaquesImo's on oak st. it's a bit expensive, but not elite level. it's also has a "crazy" dining room.

    TND
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