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Re: Re: Re: Mardi Gras in La

Hummm ... let's see now.
Foti's Oyster Bar in St. Martinville is among my fav.
it is a short hop from Breaux Bridge. The crop of crawfish should be prime season then and those Creole women sure know how to serve em up. Usually, the Romero brothers are just across the street in the Gazzebo playing for folks hanging out at the museum along the Bayou there... These old timers are a hoot and I really had a great time visiting with them and hearing the stories of old as well as playing some dandy accoustic.

You can also check out Mitch Reeds joint for a Saturday Jam session (Gloria Switch Rd. I believe) in Laffayette... It's quaint and a pretty good draw of musicians including Lisa's Dad (Mr. Harry Trahan).

Oh yes... Bubba Fry's is a food joint that Kirk Menier took me to... it's out in the country a short ways (N. West of where you will be not too far)... good food, music the way it oughta be and a time that will burn a dandy memory into your thinking.

Humm.. I have some travel vouchers and may very well spend em up the same month there in La. and Tx.

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