Creole Creamery has instructed its employees not to serve Goodell under any circumstances.
“You’d have to think he knows by now that so many of these restaurants don't want to serve him or see him in there,” said Creole Creamery employee Rachel Holton. “We've been joking that he has to have a professional taster around to make sure that nothing's poisonous.”
Still, Mayor Mitch Landrieu is urging New Orleanians to remember that Goodell has helped New Orleans in the past, and a good relationship with him means a shot at hosting another Super Bowl.
“It is really important for everybody in the city to do what we do and be gracious and wonderful hosts and show people the kind of hospitality that they deserve cause that’s what we do well and this extends to Roger Goodell too,” said Landrieu.