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Five places for al fresco dining on a budget 

Mat and Naddie's

937 Leonidas St., 861-9600

www.matandnaddies.com

The $10 weekday lunch buffet has salads, quiches and sliced meats, and the deck has a view of the levee and passing trains.



Café Rani

2917 Magazine St., 895-2500

Order a sandwich or salad and say hello to "Branche Dubois," the nickname for the live oak shading the courtyard.



Café Amelie

912 Royal St., 412-8965

The French Quarter courtyard is elegant, and lunch is inexpensive with options like the serious muffuletta.



Bacchanal

600 Poland Ave., 948-9111

www.bacchanalwine.com

Sunday evenings feature guest chefs cooking on grills and live music in the wine shop's lush overgrown garden.



The Bulldog

3236 Magazine St., 891-1516

www.draftfreak.com

Buy boiled crawfish from Big Fisherman Seafood across the street and eat them in the tavern's beer garden.

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