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Dinner at Vessel New Orleans (Mid-City)

Vessel New Orleans in Mid-City Vessel New Orleans is fun! I felt uninspired when it came to cooking dinner last Saturday, so we decided to go out. Vessel New Orleans was our to-try list for some time. I went to their page on Open Table, and easily booked a table. Almost too easy, in fact, to the point where...

Coolinary Dinner at Muriel’s Jackson Square

We never took kiddo out for his 22nd birthday in July. He ran off to Houston to see Copa America Centenario games with his friends and his study plan for the CPA exam (he’s taken three parts so far, got a 99 on Audit, a 98 on FAR, and BEC score isn’t back yet) keeps him busy. When everyone...

Croque Madame at Wakin Bakin

(author’s note: I’m not affiliated with Wakin Bakin, other than being a very happy regular customer) I can’t say I don’t like going to Columbus, OH, for work. My colleagues there are great people and the Columbus Food Scene (#CbusFoodScene on Instagram) is pretty good. Still, like...

Dinner off the special board at Katies (@katiesmidcity)

LT Firstborn came down for a week to attend his ten-year reunion for the Brother Martin High School. He had fun with the Class of 2016! The family naturally took him to get All The Foods. That included dinner at Katies in Mid City.   Starting off at Katies It was the four of us, and the boys wanted...

Good Sandwich list from Eater

This is a good sandwich list. Some thoughts: Dong Phuong – Must one really drive that far out to find a good banh mi? No. Like any good po-boy, it’s about the bread. There are several good Vietnamese bakeries providing french bread to restaurants and food trucks, just like Leidenheimers and A.J....

I’m not going to miss Pei Wei…

Da Paper says Pei Wei is closing its three locations in Louisiana.┬áThe one here in #themetrys isn’t all that far from the house, and we went occasionally. We even went to the one on N. Carrollton, in Mid City, for a quick meal before a New Orleans Jesters soccer match. It’s OK food. Nothing to...

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