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PaperCity Dallas September 2022

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RESTAURANTS & MORE Arnaud's Lengua Madre Commander's Palace Paradise Bar at Hotel St. Vincent Hotel Monteleone Carousel Bar turbaned and swathed women. Perch, 2844 Magazine St. Mecca for pedigreed home goods, charmingly housed in an 1860s Garden District cottage. Arnaud's, 813 Rue Bienville. Legendary Creole dining in the heart of the Quarter. Brennan's, 417 Royal St. Quintessential Crescent City epicurean experience. For private dining, book the second-floor Morphy Room, named for 19th-century chess prodigy Paul Morphy, who once resided here. Bywater American Bistro, 2900 Chartres St. Culinary gem with inspired farm-to-table fare. The Camellia Grill, 626 Carrollton Ave. The most famous diner in NOLA; weekend breakfast until 2 am. Clancy's, 6100 Annunciation St. Classic cuisine in a cozy neighborhood setting by the Audubon Zoo; extensive wine menu. Commander's Palace, 1403 Washington Ave. Ask for the garden room. Old-guard dining destination since 1893. Couvant, 315 Magazine St. Romantic brasserie meets the new South in The Eliza Jane hotel. Desire Oyster Bar, 300 Bourbon St. Crescent City's quintessential oyster bar; crossroads of the Quarter. Dooky Chase's, 2301 Orleans Ave. Since 1941. Classic soul food and historic ties to the Civil Rights Movement, feeding freedom riders and meeting place for change. Galatoire's, 209 Bourbon St. Fifth-generation power palace for classic NOLA cuisine — a culinary institution; James Beard winner. Friday lunch named one of 25 greatest meals ever. Hansen's Sno-Bliz, 4801 Tchoupitoulas St. Must get a snoball! Herbsaint Bar & Restaurant, 701 St. Charles Ave. Amazing gumbo. Justine, 225 Chartres St. Paris-style brasserie for light bites or late-night cocktails. Levee Baking Co., 3138 Magazine St. For the best breads and other very special pastries. Lilette, 3637 Magazine St. French- and Italian-inspired dishes and drinks in a romantic setting. Lengua Madre, 1245 Constance St. Direct take on Mexico City fare in vividly hued minimalist interiors. Loretta's Authentic Pralines, 1100 N. Peters St, Stall G. An institution at the historic French Market. Founded by the late Loretta Harrison, the first African American woman to own a brick- and-mortar praline store; cookies and king cakes, too. Marjie's Grill, 320 S. Broad St. Viet-Cajun food that never disappoints. Molly's Rise and Shine, 2368 Magazine St. The best coffee in NOLA; house-made Pop-Tarts on Saturdays and cheesy breakfast things. Mosquito Supper Club, 3824 Dryades St. A must in NOLA. If you can't get a reservation, go for cocktails and oysters at the bar. Chef Melissa Martin cooks pure, authentic, and heartfelt cuisine, and her book won a James Beard Award. Mr. B's Bistro, 201 Royal St. Cindy Brennan's casual bistro. Ask for Gumbo Ya Ya, barbecued shrimp, or Mr. B's famous bread pudding. N7, 1117 Montegut St. French Restaurant and bar in the Bywater neighborhood. Paladar 511, 511 Marigny St. Innovative California Italian, consistently among top culinary experiences. Brunch was named best hangover cure in the city. Parkway Bakery and Tavern, 538 Hagan Ave. HQ for classic poor boys since 1911. Saba and Saba's Lounge, 5757 Magazine St. Restaurateur Alon Shaya's farm-to-table fare. Lounge features Israeli-inspired cocktails and signature hummus and wood-fired pita. Shaya, 4213 Magazine St. Alon Shaya's James Beard Award- winning take on Israeli cuisine. St. Roch Market, 2381 St. Claude Ave. Chef-centric food hall spun around 11 dining options and craft cocktail bar, The Mayhew. Sylvain, 625 Chartres St. Raucous melding of restaurant and bar in a 1700s carriage house deep in the Vieux Carré. Turkey and the Wolf, 739 Jackson Ave. For ridiculous sandwiches. (Continued) (Continued from page 98) DENNY CULBERT

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