At Preux & Proper, one of downtown’s prettiest buildings, chef Sammy Monsour has a giddy creative streak, and nothing on the menu is classic or straightforward. This is Southern food in heavy drag, an over-the-top display of what the cuisine might be if you put it in spangles and a push-up bra. Read our full review.
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In terms of transportive restaurant experiences, there are few places to which I'm less interested in being transported than Bourbon Street. I love New Orleans with the same clichéd but mighty passion that strikes almost anyone with...