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Suis Generis brings you "food evolution" with a constantly evolving menu featuring house-made pasta, prime meats, fresh seafood, vegetarian choices and fabulous brunches. They have no set dinner menu, instead they create an ever-changing array of selections with local and international influences. The atmosphere is fun and stylish, but casual. The decor is funky and unique, with faux fireplaces in the booths, Barbies dolls, a padded quilted wall, and a 1970s "hand chairs." Their full bar offers a wide selection of wines, small batch liquors, artisan beers, and craft cocktails made from house-made syrups and nectars!
The graffiti-covered exterior of this quaint restaurant is sure to catch your attention while strolling on the Jackson Avenue. As you step inside, you are welcomed into a disarmingly simple setting where pleasingly compensates for the lack of frills. At Jackson Turkey and the Wolf, sandwiches take center stage with options like the lemony yogurt infused lamb neck roti and the smoked ham laden Virginia french roll waiting to delight your palate. Cocktails such as the interesting blue curaçao and coconut milk concoction and the Julie And Candy quench your thirst and complement every item on the menu. If you have arrived with kids, the cute animal-shaped table numbers are sure to fancy them along with the limited but delicious selection of desserts served here.
Itching for a little something Irish? Head to Tracey's. This Irish Channel Bar, self-proclaimed as the "original Irish Channel bar," sits at the corner of Magazine Street and Third Street serving up cold beer, cocktails and casual food. Tracey's is known for its Roast Beef Po-Boy, but serves up a variety of sandwiches, po-boys, salads and sides including Meat Pies, Fried Okra and Gravy Cheese Fries alongside its signature dish. Check Tracey's website for kitchen specials, upcoming events and the official countdown to St. Patrick's Day.
Coquette offers local diners a place to relax and unwind in the presence of fine food and drink. The impressive French menu serves delectable Softshell Crab, Summer Squash and Tilefish that make diners return for more. The bar downstairs is where people hang out and enjoy the libations, while the dining room on top sees a quieter crowd enjoying the classy meals.
The very name, meaning the follower of Bacchus, the Greek god of wine and revelry, gives you an idea about the ambiance of Bacchanal, where the food and wine keep flowing all day and live jazz music wafts in the evening air from 7:30p to 10:30p. Sip on high quality wine and craft cocktails while nibbling on appetizers or filling up on a delicious full course American meal. With wine tastings, live jazz nights out on the patio every evening and high quality food and drink all in one place, this wine bar is a cultural experience you don't want to miss when in New Orleans.
NOLA has got an interesting story. To tell you the gist of it, owner Kirk Coco started the brewery so that New Orleans gets its own, homemade beer again, after hurricane Katrina shut down all its breweries. And now, their beer game is pretty strong. They have brewery tours and other events lined up for beer tasting. They also have a BBQ restaurant-Mcclure’s-that serves delicious ribs and wings to go with the liquids. Check their website for details about the tours and other programs.