I made Green Goddess a must visit based on the fact that it's one of John Kessler's (food critic for the Atlanta Journal Constitution) favorites. It surpassed my expectations. It's a divey little place on a side street with an eclectic, creative, and all over the board menu. We had brunch and deciding between the amazing sounding dishes was tough. We were sharing, so we went with the daube and boudin patty with truffled grits, sweet potato biscuit with poached egg and steen syrup. Every bite was divine. It was rich, flavorful, unusual, with a perfect balance of savory and sweet on the plate. There were lighter, healthier options, but we were there to eat, so we did! :) The bloody mary on the side was the perfect accompaniment (although we were bummed they were out of moonshine so it was just vodka). The staff was friendly. I will make The Green Goddess a must visit whenever I'm in New Orleans. Just awesome food!
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