Spent the afternoon in the room; both of us were tired. Our reservations were for 5:30. Early but we were hungry. Hadn't eaten since we hadthe chocolate praline. Left the hotel about 5:15 and realized that Bourbon Street was fulled of partiers. Way too early. Went over a street and made it to St. Louis Street a little before 5:30. Early, so we went to the bar and had gin and tonics. Got our table with a waiter that has stopped by Key West several times and was interested in other things to see. After giving him 3 or 4 new suggestions we had a great dinner. We started with Oysters Rockefellow. As good as I remembers. Had drum fish with crab chunks. scalloped potatoes, lots of French bread and I finished off with Peach Melba ,Ron had Courvoisier.
Took a couple of pictures. There are always iteresting people in a restaurant like that. Some who appeared to be locals, some definitely tourists, some old, some young. Saw a table of what appeared to be a bride and bridesmaids group. The most intesting was when Ron said to take a picture of the waitors. Enjoy.
Waiting until they fill up.
Somewhere in my ever growing stash of stuff is the menu from 48 years ago. Now I will have to find a copy.