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Andrew B. said, "...but to be honest it kind of makes the place charming in a weird way that only works in New Orleans. Stanley This is bordering on a level of too touristy but the Fried Oysters eggs benedict is top notch. Slim..." See More
Amy L. said, "...need other food suggestions for say lunch or dinner, you may want to check it out (http://amyandpatrickswedding.com/) . Hope this helps! Stanley -- it gets crowded on the weekends, but if you have to wait it is in a central location..." See More
Tony W. said, "...of this world.Elizabeth's - great smoked porkchops and eggs, awesome benedicts, and praline bacon. Bonus points for being open on weekdays. Stanley and Satsuma are also really solid...." See More
Melissa C. said, "... Stanley is a great option. I had some bananas foster French toast there during one of my visits and it was delicious. Bring your sweet tooth! Also, Magnolia Grill is a great diner for breakfast or lunch. Lines can be long,..." See More
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Amy L. said, "...Liuzza's Restaurant & Bar- http://www.liuzzas.com/ By the Fairgrounds, Jazz Fest area Cafe Degas- http://www.cafedegas.com/ By the Fairgrounds, Jazz Fest area Breakfast: Stanley- stanleyrestaurant.com The French Quarter Muriel's Jackson Square- muriels.com The French Quarter The Ruby Slipper- therubyslippercafe.net Downtown/French Quarter Elizabeth's-..." See More
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