We experienced our Thanksgiving dinner this year with friends at this restaurant in New Orleans. It was not our first choice but it was one of the only restaurants in the French Quarter that was serving traditional Thanksgiving dinner as well as offering southern cooking. We had a reservation, but still had to wait at the bar. The restaurant was not very crowded. It is located in a historic building, with a very dark, dimly lit interior. The cocktails were very good although the bartender was not very excited about serving us. Maybe she did not like the fact she had to work on Thanksgiving? Our waiter for our dinner service was much nicer, although they did mix up our food order. The food was very good, but I think the bread pudding is not the greatest. We had a nice time and would return to this restaurant.
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