Chophouse, Crescent City Steakhouse (oldest one in the US, IIRC), and Briquette.
Only since like 1934 for CCS.
They do have good food though.Anyone says Ruby Slipper I'll put your ass right on the IL
"Le Pig Mac" or Pig Mac, whatever it's called was goodCochon/Cochon Butcher
The WW2 museum is one of the best museums of any kind I've ever been to and way too big to actually see in one day imho"Le Pig Mac" or Pig Mac, whatever it's called was good
I'm pretty sure it was Cafe Beignet I went to for breakfast/brunch. I dont think it was Du Monde. Looking at where it's at, I'm almost positive it was the one on the corner of Decatur St. Was so good.
WW2 museum was great, but I went through it somewhat quickly until I got to the D-Day floor or section. That was amazing to me, took my time. Certainly dont remember a 4D movie, maybe that was before I went, or I was too fucking cheap to pay for it. Which given when I went, is likely. Doubt the daughter will be into that place though.