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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Magic of New Orleans Restaurant Review: By using New Orleans signposts and brightening the walls with murals of Crescent City, diners' expectations are built up for scrumptious feasting. Many dishes come through as real winners such as the classic gumbo and that Southern treat, a muffaletta sandwich with layers of ham, salami, Swiss cheese and chopped olive salad. Not so intriguing, the po' boy, which can be an overwhelming delight, is here more about the roll than the fried oysters. Yet many of the dinner entrées may be more in the grand style of New Orleans: slow-roasted prime rib and blackened catfish. Wind up any meal here with the chef's version of bananas Foster, flambéed at the table with drama and presented with pools of rum and scoops of vanilla ice cream.