The New Orleans-style creole food at Toulouse Petit is outstanding, especially if you stick with the usual suspects like BBQ shrimp with grits and/or seafood gumbo. Plus, the antique-ish dining room is an exciting space with a lot of activity, so it works for big celebrations like a birthday, anniversary, or finally paying off your mortgage.
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