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Old 02-25-2019, 03:41 AM   #31
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What John said about Charlie's! We kind of got the stink-eye the last time when we split the ribeye, but the waiter insisted it was an acceptable act, he just wanted a bigger order. There is no such thing as a bad steak at Charlie's And when in New Orleans avoid the Central Grocery (too touristy) and head to Conchon Butcher for your muffaletta.
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Old 02-25-2019, 07:29 AM   #32
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What John said about Charlie's! We kind of got the stink-eye the last time when we split the ribeye, but the waiter insisted it was an acceptable act, he just wanted a bigger order. There is no such thing as a bad steak at Charlie's And when in New Orleans avoid the Central Grocery (too touristy) and head to Conchon Butcher for your muffaletta.
It's "daunting" for a first timer or for someone that's not familiar with the way Charlie's works. They walk in, are greeted with a smile, shown their table, the waiter comes over and asks, "How do you want your ribeye cooked?" and follows that with "Do you want one or two orders of Au gratin potatoes?" No offer of a menu (I've never seen one in printed form at Charlie's) and when the waiter leaves to turn in your order and get your drinks, you wonder, "What the hell just happened? He told us what we're going to eat." Yep, that's Charlie's, and believe it or not, the waiter is always right..... LOL
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Old 02-25-2019, 08:45 AM   #33
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When you want to grill your own anywhere in th country those that have access to a commissary on any military installation are lucky. The best steaks are always there. Choice or select, always great. On cold days they are great from the oven as well. Y'all have me considering a trip to Jacksonville NAS today.
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