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Notes from New Orleans: Atchafalaya, Broussard’s, Mena’s Palace and Tableau

Written By Scott Joseph On June 9, 2017

Revisits to Mena’s Palace and Tableau

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Had solid food, as always, from Mena’s Palace, a fun place to pop into for breakfast. Classic Jambalaya and an omelet with buttery grits, served in a bustling diner atmosphere.

Tableau oysters

And I continue to enjoy Tableau, the oversized restaurant near Jackson Square. We had crisp Fried Oysters and a richly rouxed Gumbo, served with crusty French bread. Say what you will about the Brennan family — this one is owned by Dickie — you know when you dine in one of their restaurants you’ll experience not only delicious food but gracious service, unforced or pretentious.

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