In this Dec. 7, 2012 photo, the reveillon menu of executive chef Kristin Butterworth, is seen with wine pairings and cafe brulot in a tea siphon, center rear, at the Grill Room of the Windsor Court Hotel on a rainy day in old New Orleans. Roughly 50 restaurants in New Orleans are reviving an old Creole custom called reveillon, which stems from the old French tradition of eating a lavish meal after midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this Dec. 7, 2012 photo, the reveillon menu of executive chef Kristin Butterworth, is seen with wine pairings and cafe brulot in a tea siphon, center rear, at the Grill Room of the Windsor Court Hotel on a rainy day in old New Orleans. Roughly 50 restaurants in New Orleans are reviving an old Creole custom called reveillon, which stems from the old French tradition of eating a lavish meal after midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
In this Dec. 7, 2012 photo, the reveillon menu of executive chef Kristin Butterworth, is seen with wine pairings and cafe brulot in a tea siphon, center rear, at the Grill Room of the Windsor Court Hotel on a rainy day in old New Orleans. Roughly 50 restaurants in New Orleans are reviving an old Creole custom called reveillon, which stems from the old French tradition of eating a lavish meal after midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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