October 28: “Laissez les bons temps rouler!”

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Laissez les bons temps rouler! Join us on October 28 for an authentic taste of New Orleans.

Reserve Your Table



October 28, 2022


The French Market Salad 16
mixed greens, giardiniera, artichoke hearts, mortadella, parmesan, croutons, creamy caesar dressing

Seafood Gumbo
shrimp, andouille sausage, and chicken served w/ rice
cup – 8
bowl – 12

Oysters Eugene
charbroiled oysters on the half shell w/ garlic butter, parmesan, herbed bread crumbs
half dozen – 16
dozen – 28

Grilled Bread 8
served with toasted creole spice butter


classic New Orleans-style French baguette, dressed with lettuce, tomato, pickles, creole-dijon mayonnaise, served with cajun potato chips and coleslaw

Fried Shrimp Po’Boy 22
classic New Orleans battered and fried shrimp

“Pot Roast” Jackfruit Po’Boy 22
vegetarian version of a New Orleans original po’boy with savory jackfruit standing in for roast beef

Large Plates

Red Beans and Rice 26
classic Louisiana-style red beans and rice with smoked andouille sausage

Shrimp and Grits 30
creole tomato cream sauce and grits

Blacked Chicken Evangeline 34
grilled chicken breast, pappardelle pasta, tomatoes, mushrooms, garlic cream sauce


Beignets 14
brown sugar pear butter, vanilla crème anglaise

Rum Bread Pudding 14
praline ice cream and a bananas foster caramel


Creamy Grits 8
Cajun Potato Chips 6
Coleslaw 6

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