Emeril Lagasse Still Has A Few New Exciting Tricks Up His Sleeve

What:

NOLA @NOLARestaurant One of three Emeril-owned restaurants in his hometown of New Orleans. The menu is full of Cajun classics, with plenty of unique twists to keep things interesting.

Who:

A first name is all he needs: Emeril. The dude is a legend and one of the major pioneers in food television. He has somehow managed to stay both very relevant and lovable over all of these many drastically different years.

Where:

French Quarter 534 St. Louis St. New Orleans, LA 70130 [wpgmza id="288"]

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Perfect for a cautious New Orleans first-timer's first foray into Cajun cuisine. The menu is quite accessible, but everything is still executed really really well. There's also plenty an experienced New Orleans eater can find to love at NOLA too.

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Solid New England Style Seafood at Billy’s Boston Chowder House in Los Gatos

In the upscale, rural, wine and wilderness town of Los Gatos, there are plenty of formal dinner options. I've done a good deal of fine dining in the area, but on this particular evening I just wanted something a bit more low key. Given my mood and my craving for seafood, I decided to check out Billy's Boston Chowder House to see if they could carry the flag for Boston in Silicon Valley.

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What to Eat When the Cronuts Run Out at Dominique Ansel Bakery

DSC_2175_editI went to Dominique Ansel Bakery at 9:00 in the morning and didn't get a Cronut. I wasn't coming for a Cronut though. I don't have the patience to wait in lines.I don't think this place needs much of an introduction after the absolute fervor that swept across New York, the nation, and the world over the past year with the Cronut craze. What many people might not know or perhaps will continue to ignore is the fact that there are many other items served at this bakery just as worthy of your attention and without the crazy lines.

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