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Tried for a coupla days to post a reply to your post, but it wouldn’t accept my verbiage, so there are different ways to .. pardon… skin this cat, so here goes nothin’… hope it helps you and others out.. -mo

This one is so easy…. if you’re staying in the Quarters, jump on the St. Charles trolley, take it all the way Uptown ’til it makes a right turn on Carrollton. Get off immediately and on your left hand side of the street you will see a quaint little white building with a sign,
Camelia Bar and Grill
626 S Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 309-2679
After a night of imbibing, my fave brekkie was a bacon and cheese omelette, a chocolate freeze followed by a slice of pecan pie. Did the trick. And if you see a waiter limping around, sit on his side of the room (right or left). His name is Harold and he will entertain you while serving you with a smile.
But for the dead serious brekkie get down, there is only one, the famous Brennans
417 Royal St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 525-9711
This is a serious breakfast affair, worthy of a documentary. Service is first class. Beautiful architecture. Food is out of this world! And for those unacquainted, Bananas Foster was invented by these people. Not to be missed!
Bon apetite! -magnus opus

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