Don't know if this is the best in town because we haven't been able to dine at all of them including the vaunted Commander's Palace - :=( . . . during our week in NOLA we tried as many as we reasonably could, and really enjoyed each and every one. But The Pelican Club emerged with the fewest issues and the most universally delicious dishes. The setting was a little more formal and bright and less cozy with the open-concept dining room, but that's all I can complain about. The waiter Eugene made us feel right at home and enjoyed sharing his extensive local and historical knowledge with us.
Perfectly delish were: filet, rack of lamb, gumbo, goat cheese salad, bread pudding. No mistakes!
Maitre d' seemed distant and unfriendly but the rest of the evening wiped that memory clean.
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