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Dine-Around: Manger et Parler


Sunday, September 17


A perfect opportunity to sample some of New Orleans’s world-famous foods while enjoying the company of your TMAP Meeting colleagues from around the world.

We are once again offering a dine-around option for dinner on Sunday, September 17. This special dining option is limited to groups of no more than 10 attendees and features some of New Orleans’s most sought-after venues. Each group has a designated dinner captain who is coordinating the event at that venue. Participants will pay for their own cocktails and dinner with cash or a credit card.

The Dine-Around is a popular event, and tables fill up quickly, so please be sure to RSVP to the appropriate dinner captain as soon as possible to reserve your seat!

List of Restaurants


August (0.2 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the Central Business District)- TABLE IS FULL.
Celebrity chef John Besh’s beautiful flagship restaurant in a historic 19th-century French-Creole building.
Price range: Expensive
301 Tchoupitoulas Street
7:30 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Dianne Tibbs


Borgne (about 0.6 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the Central Business District)- TABLE IS FULL.
John Besh’s seafood restaurant. “A celebration of all that the local waterways have to offer.”
Price range: Mid-range
601 Loyola Avenue
7:30 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Rob LeBlanc

Commander’s Palace (0.2 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the Garden District)- TABLE IS FULL.
Famous upscale Creole restaurant. A New Orleans landmark since 1893.
Price range: Expensive
1403 Washington Avenue
8:00 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain:Rebecca Crawford

Domenica (about 0.3 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the Central Business District)- TABLE IS FULL.
Hip Italian restaurant in the historic Roosevelt Hotel.
Price range: Mid-range
123 Baronne Street
7:30 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Jeff Smith

Emeril’s (about 0.6 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the Warehouse District)-TABLES ARE FULL.
Emeril Lagasse’s flagship Creole restaurant.
Price range: Mid-range
800 Tchoupitoulas Street
7:00 pm; 2 tables of 8 people
Dinner captain #1:Catherine Ftergiotis
Dinner captain #2: Ann Heidger

Galatoire’s (about 0.3 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the French Quarter)- TABLE IS FULL.
An old and famous fine dining Creole restaurant in the middle of the French Quarter. Dress code.
Price range: Expensive
209 Bourbon Street
7:30 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Abigail Lenz

Lüke (about 0.3 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the Central Business District)-TABLE IS FULL.
A John Besh restaurant that pays “homage to the grand old Franco-German brasseries that once reigned in New Orleans.”
Price range: Mid-range
333 St. Charles Avenue
7:30 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Michael Bradley

Mr. B’s Bistro (about 0.2 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the French Quarter) -TABLE IS FULL.
Famous Creole cuisine; considered the original New Orleans gourmet bistro.
Price range: Mid-range
201 Royal Street
8:00 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Sean Wilke

NOLA (about 0.5 miles from the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in the French Quarter)- TABLE IS FULL.
Emeril Lagasse’s casual and funky eatery, serving contemporary Louisiana cuisine with some ethnic twists.
Price range: Mid-range
534 Saint Louis Street
6:30 pm; 10 person maximum
Dinner captain: Madalyn Mercado




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