We were looking for a dinner and jazz in the Frenchman Street area (in the rear of the French Quarter) Snug Harbour is a long time landmark in the area I had been to 20 years before. We arrived between sets so didn't quite understand when we were taken into a dining room (obvious with no space for music) After being seated and receiving menus and ordering we learn the music is in the back and impossible to to what we hoped for. Trying to make the most of the evening (i was the only semi-local-others from out of the country) we continued with our meal. The menu was 'old' choice. Heavy traditional things you see on every menu. I got the blackened redfish. The fele' was so thin the meat was very overdone. The others in the party had a shrimp dish that looked like a butter swimming pool. I expected better in food and the music arrangement. We finished before the set started and walked down the way to Blue Nile and heard an awesome band to finish the evening on a high note.
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