Soul Food Week, and dinner with the Soul Food Scholar

We’re excited to announce our first-ever Soul Food Week, eight days dedicated to a uniquely American cuisine that will feature delicious down-home cooking in honor of one of the pillars of African American foodways, one of monumental importance we feel is the most under-rated cuisine in America. Soul Food Week was conceived last summer, after […]

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Soul Food Week – January 11-18

Inspired by Adrian Miller’s landmark award-winning book Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time.

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New Year’s Day: Open for brunch

On Thursday January 1st, 2015, we will be open for brunch 10am-3pm and closed for dinner.

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A Celebration of the New Year

As 2014 draws to a close, we reflect upon what an amazing year it’s been, and our thanks go to you for helping make it happen. This year as always, we are throwing a special dinner party to close out the year, and as always it is a unique one. We let loose a little […]

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A Christmas Eve Reveillon

Wednesday December 24, we continue our tradition of offering a Creole Reveillon dinner in the true spirit of New Orleans holiday dining. Through most of the 19th century, Reveillons were held in the homes of the French Quarter’s Creole population, when churchgoers would arrive home after midnight mass famished, ready to break the pre-communion fast. […]

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