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Old 10-24-2010, 06:57 AM   #15
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Thanks to everyone that replied. We left Nashville and check into a Jellystone park in Horn Lake Mississippi. It's a neat park with concrete pads and paved roads. I'm told it's only about 10 minutes from Graceland. Back to food, we ate at Amerigo's in downtown Nashville. It you like Italian it's a good place. We also ate at Loveless Cafe located about 20 miles outside Nashville. If you like country style, this is your place. Some of the best fried chicken around. We're heading into Memphis for the day and Rendezvous for ribs before we return. Tomorrow we leave for New Orleans. Thanks again for the suggestions.

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If you like good Italian food, Irenes is awesome in NO. The food is delicious and the wine list is incredible. It's seafood with an Italian twist. Been going there for years. Get there early the line can get quite long. Another great place in NO is Brennens. They serve an awesome brunch. Commanders Palace is great, but not quite the same since Katrina.

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Sunday Jazz Brunch at Brennon's. Get the bananas foster for dessert. It was 'invented' there.

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