My husband and I came here for lunch after a morning tour. The inside was overwhelmed with Mardi Gras decoration galore. We were seated right away and got our drink orders. The food was good and plentiful. My husbands sandwich was too hot and he waited for almost a half an hour for it to cool. He finally gave up and boxed it up to take it back to our bed and breakfast. The service was a bit slow, which was interesting because there was almost no one in the restaurant to serve. Although the servers were nice and the food was good, once it cooled.
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