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New Orleans...Bayona or Herbsaint

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If you had to choose between Bayona and Herbsaint for lunch which would you choose and why?

Also, does anyone know if Uglesich's is open yet?

Edited for grammar. My fourth grade english teacher, Sister Dorothy, would have frowned at the previous version.


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I have only eaten at Bayona. I would go back to Bayona in a heartbeat. Aaah, the smoked duck, cashew butter, and pepper jelly sandwich on 7-Grain :wub::wub: Possibly the best "fancy" sandwich I've ever eaten. (And that was 5 years ago, but I still remember it.)

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Ditto on Bayona. Going back in 2 weeks, to treat a friend. Now, to be totally honest, we haven't eaten at the other choice, but can wholeheartedly affirm Bayona's excellence in both service and food.

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I vote for Bayona, given the choices. It is the standard on which all others are based. I did work for a short time at her grocery in the warehouse district that was called Spice. What fun that was, seriously. Great food and cool groceries.

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Been to bayona twice and herbsaint 3 times (Dinner only). Herbsaint is just as good at half the price.

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What are the addresses/neighborhoods of Bayona and herbsaint? I'm going to be there in April and want to try both!

Roz

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Bayona is in the french quarter I believe on Dumaine. You can park across the street in a hotel lot and they will validate your ticket in the restaurant. Herbsaint is on the corner of St. Charles and Girod in the CBD, just valet there.

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Aaah, the smoked duck, cashew butter, and pepper jelly sandwich on 7-Grain  :wub:  :wub:  Possibly the best "fancy" sandwich I've ever eaten.

We recently went to Bayona and had the exact same reaction to that sandwich--amazing! (Didn't go to Herbsaint, sorry.)

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