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“Beautiful dinner”
Review of La Cote Brasserie - CLOSED

La Cote Brasserie
Price range: $31 - $40
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Good for: Bar scene, Local cuisine, Business meetings, Large groups
Dining options: Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighborhood: Central Business District
Cross street: Girod
Reviewed April 27, 2012

We stumbled on La Cote Brasserie after missing our flight back to LA and spending most of the day in NO airport on standby for oversold flights. Extra night in New Orleans turned out to be such a nice surprise. La Cote ambiance and stuff made us feel so welcomed and pampered that stress of the day melted away. French onion soup, bouillabaisse,BBQ gulf shrimps all were exquisite. The waitress was so accommodating and compassionate to our plight - she even treated us with free desert of profiteroles with ice cream in the middle, on top of chocolate beignets that were heavenly. The experience was so tasty and healing, we can't compliment this restaurant enough.

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Thank Robi D
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Reviewed April 1, 2012

I'd go back but the food was just okay. Howver, the pecan pancakes were awesome. I did not like the grits and the other items were underwhelming. However, please visit the bar at this establishment for grape champagne (it's made with real grapes and some other hard to come by items).

Thank atlcharm
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Reviewed March 21, 2012

The only restaurant where it was no problem to be seated, all others in the French Quarter had no slots for dinner available. The
bar war ok, the snack fine, the atmosphere bad, a family of 4 the
only clients by 7 pm.

Thank bschl
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

We were not very hungry so we were looking to find an oyster bar in the CBD. Saw this place in the where magazine and decided to give it a try. It is located in the Renaissance Arts Hotel which seems very nice. the restaurant is very modern and has a very nice bar to eat Oysters. They had great oysters and we did not have to fight the crowds at Acme or Felix. The price was also reasonable. The service was quick and staff very nice. I will come here again to eat oysters. I can't say anything about the other menu items but can give the Raw bar a two thumbs up.

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Thank runtoeat
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Reviewed February 18, 2012

I work nearby and visit for lunch sometimes. I usually get the bbq shrimp. They are served over stone ground grits. Very yummy! Each time I go, the chef sends a little sample out to taste. Always a nice touch. The servers are always nice and friendly. The complimentary bread with homemade hummus is another great treat.

Thank KEEPTAHOEBLUE_NICE
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