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February 7, 2010
From journal Futbol or Football? A Little of Both in New Orleans!
San Francisco, California
June 3, 2003
Harrah's is located on the very edge of the French Quarter, just over Canal St. Even though it is out of the Quarter, it is still worth the trip. We arrived around 9am and even though there was a little bit of a line had no trouble being seated within five minutes.
The breakfast buffet runs from 2am - 11am, so if you are out on the town and hungry, Harrah's would make a good early morning choice as well.
Buffet hours and prices are as follows:
Daily: 2am - 11am, $7.99
Monday - Saturday: 11am - 4pm, $11.99
Sunday: 11am - 4pm, $18.99
Sunday - Thursday: 4pm - 10pm, $18.99
Friday and Saturday: 4pm - 11:30pm, $21.99
Sunday - Thursday: 10pm - 2am, $11.99
Friday and Saturday: 11:30am - 2am, $11.99
The all you can eat buffet features New Orleans/southern cooking at its finest with menu items such as:
Thick cut Bacon
Smothered Pork Chops
Of course any style of eggs cooked in all types of ways, oatmeal, and other traditional fare are also available. Later in the day they serve the famous Bananna's Foster and this is an ideal place to try it if you don't want to pay Brennan's Prices.
The waitstaff was delightful and full of southern charm. The waiters take your drink orders at your table and bring you refills as you need them.
We recommend this buffet highly. The only drawback is you really need to go hungry so you can enjoy it!
From journal A Jazzy Time In New Orleans
January 26, 2003
Our first night in New Orleans and we hadn’t thought ahead about where to eat. The cab driver had suggested a seafood restaurant around the corner from the hotel, but after looking at the menu, none of us were salivating. The Bell staff at the hotel suggested Harrah’s buffet as the best deal in town.
About a 5-block walk from the Astor Crowne Plaza, the casino seems a little out of place in a city of such old character. It’s a beautiful, rounded building lit up at night just like a Las Vegas casino. The interior theme is, of course, Mardi Gras.
The buffet is $20 per person. We were so disappointed in this meal. Most everything was bland, generic, or downright terrible. There were a few exceptions. The roast ham and roast turkey were very moist and delicious. In the Pan Asian area, a Chinese steak with mushrooms was very good, with the steak being quite tender. For dessert, the ice cream was good and several toppings were available including bananas foster, cherries jubilee, chocolate sauce, and various sprinkle toppings.
Shoulda gone with the seafood place.
From journal New Orleans through a Yankee's Eyes