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  • Or head to the front-room bar at Tujague's Restaurant (823 Decatur Street; 504-525-8676; tujaguesrestaurant. com), established in 1856, for a Gin Fizz or Sazerac.

    New Orleans

  • The front-room windows gleam after our cleaning session.

    Crossing the Tracks

  • The front-room door was open and the fug pervaded the hall.


  • From there, he could see Uncle Gib just inside the open front-room door, pacing up and down, a cigarette hanging from his lower lip.


  • A large wooden crate served him as a seat by the front-room window.


  • Obama got the tax issue out of the way by doing some front-room brokering with Hu and Sarkozy, very smartly pulling them aside in full view of the plenary to cut a deal for more tax disclosure.

    Ignore The Backslapping

  • A tiny, plastic dinosaur decorates the exterior of one of the front-room bay windows, making me think that a child somewhere is missing his/her "Brontosaurus."

    Valentine's Day

  • It was an old habit that Jacques stubbornly would not part with, even in the digital age, and he picked the paper up and took it to the back table where his front-room staff was sitting down to a quick dinner of grilled andouillettes before the evening service began.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • Madame Mallory and Jean-Pierre were on either side of us, banging pots and yelling at the front-room staff for a pickup.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey

  • The front-room commotion, it pulled Serge and the others from the kitchen, and they emerged to stand in the back of the dining room to join the applause.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey


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