The first time my husband and I went, I had the Croque Monsieur, and he had the cold roast beef. I loved mine, and he felt the same way about his. Which one of us lived for years in France? He did. Go figure.
I guess we trusted the wrong people, and forgot to check who was hiding behind the curtain. It's too bad that we always have to check, isn't it?
Wishing Alexis and Jordan huge successes. They're a terrific couple.
Well, I miss Mr. Allman's clever writing for the stage!
Gee, I feel like these two comments are about a different Maple Street Patisserie!
I've always gotten wonderful pastries and had good experiences with the people behind the counter, including Ms. Donohue. And this past Mardi Gras they hurried finishing a birthday cake because we can't get back to our house once the floats line up.
I know there are other great bakeries in the city, but I'm happy to keep supporting Maple Street.
I was so fortunate to have discovered Le Chat years ago. We made new friends and discovered a fabulous world of entertainers from other cities. Best of all, we saw amazingly talented New Orleans people - our own people - singing and writing and acting. It doesn't get any better than than the Running With Scissors crew, or Ricky Graham's "I'm Still Here, Me" or Yvette Hargis looking for the cranes.
So we'll be in the front row for the final shows, laughing through our tears, because inside Le Chat, life is beautiful. This week, it will also be bittersweet.
I'm so sick of this man. It isn't that he's a Republican, it's that he's doing such an awful job taking care of the people who live in "his" state. He knows no shame.
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