Dining Guide

Signature Dishes from Mr. Ed’s

Mr. Ed’s, 1001 Live Oak St., 838-0022, Metairie; 910 W. Esplanade Ave., A, 463-3030, Kenner; MrEdsNo.com.
Mr. Ed’s offers catering for any occasion.

This neighborhood eatery is known for serving seafood and Italian dishes daily, such as eggplant Parmesan and stuffed bell peppers. Signature dishes also include poor boys and fried chicken a a reasonable price. The two locations are open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.



Copeland’s Keeps New Orleans Flavor Alive
copelandsofneworleans.com
For 28 years Copeland’s has been a popular choice by locals and tourists serving up traditional New Orleans dishes such as Shrimp Ducky and Eggplant Pirouge®. On Thanksgiving Day try their Pilgrim Platter that includes sliced Cajun fried turkey, mashed sweet potatoes with pecan amaretto cream sauce, garden-fresh green bean casserole, corn macque choux, Louisiana oyster or cornbread dressing, cranberry sauce and a hot-buttered biscuit. And for the holiday season purchase $100 in gift cards and receive a $25 gift card free.



Thanksgiving Menu at 5 Fifty 5
5 FIFTY 5, 555 Canal St., 554-555, 555canal.com.
5 Fifty 5 restaurant is located within the Marriot Hotel on Canal Street. This month the restaurant will offer a special Thanksgiving menu that includes pumpkin ravioli and cranberry walnut French toast. Executive Chef Mark Quitney uses the freshest ingredients in creating signature dishes, including lobster macaroni and cheese, seafood gumbo and- bone in filets. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

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