Attractive restaurant with excellent wait staff. For price, I would have expected table linens in New Orleans. Parking is a real problem to the point that we had our driver drop us off and pick us up in the shopping center parking lot across the street. We ate gumbo, a modern spicer concoction than we are accoustomed to, but still enjoyable. Bread pudding with bourbon sauce, a New Orleans specialty, was good but not extraordinary. Altogether we enjoyed our evening at Dragos, but having seen the nearby branch of Acme Oyster House, a traditional French Quarter restaurant, I believe I would choose the latter venue due to better parking, similar menu and reportedly a slightly lower cost. Dragos closes at 9 PM, so early dining by New Orleans standards, at least is a must.
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