Monday, April 14, 2008

All of this for me, you shouldn't have

Your humble scribe begins his return from exile on the isle of St. Louis, this weekend. Much like the heralded Napoleon House was devised for Napoleon, Antoine's (one of the oldest continually run restaurants in America) has decided to throw a massive celebration to welcome me back into the bosom of New Orleans's motherly embrace.

In reality, the event is to celebrate the cocktails and appetizers of Antoine's and to raise money for a good cause. You can find the information here. $45 for a night of food and drinks, kind of a steal according to the Exchequer. For those of us who were left out in the cold for the Cocktail themed movie nights a few weeks ago, this would be a great opportunity to make up for that. Hope you can join us.

Also, you may want to check Fr. Tom's site for more information.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Correction: Fraunces Tavern is not the oldest restaurant in America,
Union Oyster House in Boston is. Founded in 1825 and still there.