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One Restaurant offers New American fare

One Restaurant in Carrollton

One Restaurant and Lounge

8132 Hampson St. (bet. Dublin St. & S. Carrollton Ave.)
New Orleans, LA 70118

It’s going to be a wild weekend in the  FrenchQuarter this weekend. So for those looking to dine in a quieter location, consider a nice, affordable and pleasant place that’s a little off the beaten path. Good New American dishes are presented in an intimate setting at One Restaurant and Lounge, just off S. Carrollton Avenue. For a pleasant evening out and for more information click here.










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