Bo’s Kitchen is a New-Orleans-influenced restaurant with a big bar up front, which is what you’ll want to use this place for. Pass through the bar to get to the dining room where the food is decent, or just stay up front all night and drink Sazeracs. You can also get some fried alligator chunks here, if you’re into novelty.
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