Dinner — Served 5:30pm to midnight daily.
Our menu is based on seasonal ingredients and changes daily based on availability.
Gougeres - 9
Sweet Potato Pudding
Murder Point Oysters - 12
English Pea Pods - 14
Mint, ricotta, lemon
Broccoli - 15
Labneh, roasted & raw seeds & nuts
Salt-Baked Celeriac - 12
Turnip, soft egg, cheese & crunch
Mozzarella - 15
Bitter lemon puree, salted cucumber, herbs & seeds
Tete du Fromage - 12
Fennel, apple, dill
Bourgeois Blood Boudin - 16
Beef Tongue Pastrami - 17
Sprouted & fermented things, various squash
Roast Bone Marrow - 17
Potato, chive, caviar
Braised Pork Bao - 15
Dressed cucumber, crisp skin
Veal Sweetbreads - 20
Pea plethora, smoked beef, broth
Gumbo - 17
Daily preparation, buttered rice, potato salad
Eccles Cake - 18
Colston Basset Stilton, a suitable conserve
Calas - 12
Malted ricotta, Earl Grey prunes
Cocktails — Served 4pm to midnight daily.
Brandy Crusta - 15
The first cocktail to incorporate fresh citrus and an iconic classic that captures the joie de vivre of New Orleans classic cocktails like no other. Remy 1738 Cognac, Pierre Ferand Curacao, maraschino liqueur, and Angostura Bitters.
Second Line Season - 14
From Labor Day to Father's Day in New Orleans you will find a Second Line each Sunday and whether you like the Jolly Bunch or the Money Wasters more, you'll want to take this drink to the streets. Laird's Apple Brandy, lemon, Amaro Montenegro, maraschino liqueur, Abbot's Bitters.
The French 75 - 16
Mr. Hannah has made nearly one million French 75s. This one is worthy of taking him to that goal. Laurent Perrier Brut Champagne, D'usse VSOP Cognac, lemon.
Roffignac - 11
A drink named for the mayor that brought gaslights to the French Quarter, this bracing brandy collins is just right for all NOLA seasons. Brandy St. Louise, raspberry shrub, sparkling water.
Sherry Cobbler - 12
The most popular drink of the nineteenth century, this version combines Palo Cortado and Amontillado sherry with orange and quince paste.
Night Tripper - 12
Built to move through the night like its namesake Dr. John. A stout Manhattan variation with Bourbon, Strega, Amaro Averna, Peychaud's Bitters.
Jewel Sazerac - 12
The house version combines our favorite flavors for a Sazerac into a deeply flavored version. Rittenhouse Bonded Rye, Tobacal Rancio Sec, Peychaud's Herbsaint Legendre.
Tuxedo Tails - 13
An elegant Martini riff with J Rieger Gin. Manzanilla Sherry, maraschino liqueur, Orange Bitters, and a quail egg.