These boys has aluminum cans on the bottom of their shoes and they were doing a sort of tap or clog type thing.
Still very cold and having not had any food besides beneigts we decided to duck into an oyster sports bar place and get a beer and some appetizers to hold us over until cooking school time.
Rob had the bacon wrapped oysters. They were lightly fried and smothered with a crawfish sauce that Rob raved about. I had a tase and although I don't usually go for oysters it was pretty good.
I had a southern egg roll thing. It was good but I felt it was similar to a Chili's dish. Not super special. But sufficient.
When we finished up here we did a little more window shopping while we killed time waiting for cooking school.
This next feature of our trip is a highlight for sure! New Orleans School of Cooking on St Louis St. This is a must do if you've never been! Our class was a demonstration of how to make Gumbo, Jambalaya, and Pralines. Our instructor was Big Kevin and he was perfect. Funny and informative.