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  • Prune in New York

    Prune

    My favorite part about this restaurant was the atmosphere. It almost felt like everyone was just hanging out after work having a drink. And I mean everyone. It was super relaxed and having a great time. That being said, the restaurant is a little noisy and may not be conducive to quiet, romantic date night. But for our purposes, a raucous girls night out, it was absolutely perfect.

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  • Flight Restaurant and Wine Bar in Memphis

    Flight Restaurant and Wine Bar

    Our next dish was rabbit, which included the white and dark meat, rabbit terrine and morels in a light cream sauce. I had a bite of the white meat and thought, "wow, that's tasty." But when I tasted the dark meat, I was floored. It was absolutely delicious - well-cooked and expertly seasoned.

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  • Tin Angel Restaurant in Nashville

    Tin Angel Restaurant

    Tin Angel is a great choice for Sunday brunch, but beware; parking is absolutely terrible. The restaurant has a miniscule parking lot behind the building, and most of the patrons had to park along the street up a very steep hill. Be sure to take advantage of their valet parking service.

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  • Commander's Palace Restaurant in New Orleans

    Commander's Palace Restaurant

    New Orleans is a food city, and plenty of "celebrity chefs" have at least one restaurant in the Crescent City. I wanted to experience some of the best food in the city, so we patronized some of the big-name places...

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  • NOLA Restaurant in New Orleans

    NOLA Restaurant

    New Orleans is a food city, and plenty of "celebrity chefs" have at least one restaurant in the Crescent City. I wanted to experience some of the best food in the city, so we patronized some of the big-name places...

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  • August Restaurant Restaurant in New Orleans

    August Restaurant Restaurant

    New Orleans is a food city, and plenty of "celebrity chefs" have at least one restaurant in the Crescent City. I wanted to experience some of the best food in the city, so we patronized some of the big-name places...

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  • Dyer's Burgers in Memphis

    Dyer's Burgers

    Almost 100 years ago, Doc Dyer began deep frying his burgers. The same grease that Doc Deyer used (it's strained daily, of course) in 1912, is still used today to fry Dyer's world-famouse burgers...

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  • Lilette in New Orleans

    Lilette

    It's been a long time coming, but here it is, the final installment in our New Orleans journey. We decided to save the best for last, so here are our top 3 favorite restaurants...

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