Food | Wine
Celebrate the good times with us by enjoying some of the most famous dishes from New Orleans! New Orleans' food is different from what is thought of as "Cajun" food. The occupation by Spain and France and the influence of Indian and African culture created one of the best cuisines in the world: Creole cooking. Now, thanks to amazing restaurants such as "Commander's Palace" and "Brennan's" and chefs such as Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse, we have what is known as "Haute Creole" dahlin'.
Appetizer: Oysters "Rockafella" Baby - The New Orleans classic of Baked Oysters topped with Parmesan, Pernod and Spinach.
Main Course: Poissons Au Poivre - You've had Steak au Poivre and now fish gets it's chance to be a knockout in Haute creole cuisine baby! Three peppercorn crusted fish with a white wine cream sauce served with creole roasted potatoes and sautéed seasonal veggies
Dessert: Classic Banana's Foster