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lunch cbd new orleans

Lunch cbd new orleans

Domenica translates to “Sunday,” in Italian, it is the day of the week to explore and cook leisurely, abundant meals. At Domenica restaurant, our chefs seek to transport guests to those coveted moments, offering passionately prepared dishes that marry pure, local ingredients with revered techniques.

While the menu is rooted in tradition, our chefs focus on elevating Italian ingredients and classic flavors to create modern classics, adapted for the contemporary palate of New Orleans. The fresh pastas made by hand daily, roasted vegetables, meats and Napolitano style pizzas, all prepared in the restaurant’s iconic wood oven, are perfectly complemented by custom-brewed beers, seasonal craft cocktails and an Italian-focused wine list.

Lunch cbd new orleans

Updated on 12/28/2021 at 2:26 PM

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The gist: The Austin outpost from McGuire Moorman Hospitality gets a New Orleans location inside the hip Saint Vincent Hotel. The property is also home to the high-end coastal Italian restaurant San Lorenzo, but try giving Elizabeth Street Cafe a spin for a night of no frills, drop-in fun.
The food: The vibe here is neighborhood French-Vietnamese bakery. Expect Vermicelli Spring Rolls stuffed with poached shrimp, and Banh Mi with fried egg and crispy pork belly, all complemented by an array of natural wines and inventive cocktails.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating or call 504-350-2435 for take-out.

Elizabeth Street Cafe

The gist: Chef Ana Castro took over the space vacated by the brief pop-up Here Today and Thalia, where she was co-sous chef, to create something entirely her own: A Mexican restaurant featuring a nightly tasting menu that serves as an exploration of the people and places that fueled her passion for cooking.
The food: Expect a five-course tasting spread with an optional wine pairing. There are no menus in sight, but each dish arrives with a story detailing its origin. On a recent night, the meal began with a small clay vessel of Shrimp Caldito, a briney broth imbued with an unexpected kick of spice, and cheese-filled Tetelas that left us wondering if we could buy them by the dozen.