Commander's Palace felt to us like we were a part of New Orleans. A thorough and tasty brunch. It's crowded -- make reservations ahead of time. It's not luxurious, but it's got character. Don't miss this place, if you can avoid it. We enjoyed our first anniversary here.
I should have written this earlier, because now I don't remember exactly what I had -- but I'll post a picture of it just the same!
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