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September 21, 2012


Phil Woodbury

I found Coop's in Feb. 2006, a week into my first volunteer trip after the levees failed. After a day working in Plaquemines Parish, down the river, a new friend and I skipped the evening's volunteer meeting to find a bar. We started at Molly's, and when hunger struck the bartender sent us next door to Coop's. I've returned many times, always happy with the food, drinks, and company.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr aka pt at large

You certainly make the most of your volunteer stints for the rebuilding efforts in New Orleans and nearby parishes.
When you're not using your plumbing and carpentry skills, you're finding really cool places to listen and dance to quality Louisiana music... and have met lots of good local people along the way. I just checked Coops online menu, know exactly what I'll order next time.

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