We do, Stan (I'm Ollie).
We make a fine pair ...lol!
Oh. Well, I'm the boob then.
'Cuz I posted it in yours, too.
I can see it anyway.
A repeat visit - high praise, indeed! Well, I'll just have to check it out sooner than later.
(Ach - I'm such a boob. I just posted this in my profile. I wonder if I can delete it....)
I had jambalaya with wild caught catfish (not farmed, which I was happy about), so pretty standard fare for NOLA I think, but yes it was very tasty! It was the genuinely warm welcome that I remember best. They were like, "sure, come on in, we're not closed yet," and they were so friendly and sociable, and the vibe was very laid back. I liked it and I'll go back next time I'm there.
I know the place! Was it yummy? I've passed it a million times but I've never gone in ...though I just peeked at their menu and found several tasty-sounding items. I'm so glad they were nice to you and fed you, like any good Evangeline would!
Hi, there, Evangeline! I loved that mask, too. It isn't *mine*, just a photo I found online. It's funny, but I was looking at the eucalyptus, too, thinking..."hmm...that works well there", so great minds think alike. I hope you had a great time. I've been meaning to tell you, we went to a bar/restaurant called Evangeline on Decatur Street when we were there for Christmas. It was the only place open late on our last night. They were so nice in there, the bartender and the owner. No problem for them to feed us late. The kitchens everyplace else were closing. Anyway, the name made me think of you! xoxo
I just wanted to thank you for wishing me a fun Mardi Gras yesterday and for posting that gorgeous mask! You see these arrangements decorating the front doors of home all around New Orleans (including my dear mother's) but I've never noticed the painted eucalyptus - good idea! I think I might have to make one for our door next year, and I'll be using yours as inspiration.