Friday, September 9, 2011

New Orleans Seafood Festival

Tough loss last night. Let's rememeber that the Pack is probably the best team that we will play all season. Moving on.

Today marks the beginning of the New Orleans Seafood Festival, which this year has been extended to 3 days of food, music, arts, crafts, and chef demonstrations to benefit the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation.  The setting is Lafayette Square, of course, which should make for a perfect setting considering the cooler weather that started this week.

Here is a list of the participating restaurants and their offerings:
  • Acme Oyster House - Shrimp Po-boys, Oyster Po-boys
  • Remoulade - Shrimp Cajun Eggrolls; Crawfish Pie; Meat Pies, Fried Fruit Pies
  • Café Giovanni - Voodoo Shrimp, Chicken & Sausage Gumbo, Strawberries and Sweet Cream
  • Drago's - Charbroiled Oysters, Bread Pudding
  • Galatoire's - Shrimp Remoulade, Fried Shrimp BLT Po-boy
  • Saltwater Grill - Cochon de lait Po-boy, Crabcake Salad with Remoulade, Crawfish & Spinach Boat
  • Mr. B's Bistro - Seafood Stew in Puff Pastry; Creole Gazpacho with Louisiana Lump Crabmeat
  • 7 on Fulton - Seafood Gumbo, Seafood Sausage Po-boy
  • Pigeon Caterers - Shrimp Creole & Rice, Crabcakes or Crawfish Cakes with Remoulade Sauce
  • Luke - Chile Crunch Shrimp & Spicy Pork Belly Po-boy with Pickled Hahnville Cabbage
  • Serrano's Salsa Company - Grilled Fish Tacos, Crab Cake Sliders, Passion Burger Sliders
  • Mr. Mudbug/King - Creole Shrimp and Crab Penne Pasta, Red Beans & Rice
  • Royal House - Zydedo Stick, Gator Sliders
  • Ninja Restaurant - Soft Shell Crab Po-boy, Catfish Po-boy
  • Grand Isle Restaurant - Spicy Shrimp, Crab Fritters
  • TJ Gourmet - Crawfish Bread, Crawfish Sausage Kabob, Mango Sorbet

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