Maison de Lagniappe
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... car you don't need the GARMIN. The place we headed to is on the 2nd floor (that's the 1st floor to Kiwis) and we find a door that's open. We head up the stairs and straight into the bartending area. We are behind the bar. This guy looks at us. I said sorry was this the service entrance? Yes. I'm sorry we thought.... I pointed back at all those wooden untreated stairs. He smiles. He can hear my accent. Have a seat. It's a wine bar. There's a large group of women having ...