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In case you missed it in our monthly newsletter, meet the latest edition to our specialty cocktails.

The Pocket Square

"The Pocket Square features local distillery Atelier Vie​'s Euphrosine Gin #9. I wanted to celebrate this delicious gin (infused with savory bay leaf, juniper and other choice botanicals) without masking it. La Quintinye Vermouth Royal blanc rounds it out with its herbaceous qualities and the La Face Cachée de la Pomme​ Neige Apple Ice wine offers a touch of sweetness. No cocktail, in my opinion, is balanced without acid; so the lemon and lemon bitters bring it all together to make this drink pop. Enjoy!" - Robby Farmer, Bar Manager, Bayona

Pocket Square
1 oz. Euphrozine Gin
1 oz. La Quintinye Royal Vermouth Blanc
1 oz. Neige Apple Ice Wine
.5 oz. Lemon Juice
Several dashes of Lemon Bitters

Shake all ingredients and strain into a coupe. Garnish with a lemon twist.

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Sneak away for lunch today, you deserve it.

25¢ Martinis, Manhattans, and Lemondrops
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$25 3-Course Menu

‪#‎eatnola‬ ‪#‎NOLA‬ ‪#‎noladining‬ ‪#‎nolaeats‬ ‪#‎fqnola
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Bayona is closed through July 9th for summer vacation and renovations.  We will re-open for Dinner Friday, July10th.

While some of us travel, many of us will be vacationing around our own beautiful city.  Look for us at any of these great #NOLA spots: Tableau​, Restaurant R’evolution​, SoBou​, Café Adelaide & the Swizzle Stick Bar​, Ralph's on the Park​, Pearl Wine Co.​, Oak​, The Queen and Crescent Hotel​

Thanks for the great, local advice St. Charles Avenue Magazine​.
#happyhour #eatnola #drinknola
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+Restaurant Hospitality named Bayona's Smoked Duck Sandwich with Peanut-Cashew Butter and Pepper Jelly as 2015's Best Sandwich: Duck. You are now more validated in making a trip to the French Quarter just for "that Duck PB&J" at Bayona.

‪#‎ducksandwich‬ ‪#‎susanspicer‬ ‪#‎bayona25‬ ‪#‎nola‬ ‪#‎eatnola‬
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Ratatouille Lasagna with Bellwether Farms Ricotta, Zucchini, Eggplant, Tomato, and Pecorino

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Our 200+ year old cottage features multiple dining rooms. We call this one the Bayona Room (for obvious reasons). Every table in the Bayona Room enjoys a beautiful view of a French Quarter still life.

#nola #Bayona25 #frenchquarter   #followyournola   #eatnola   #noladining  
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Happy Fall Ya'll!

Your favorite #FrenchQuarter #courtyard is open for lunch.

#outdoordining #noladining #eatnola #nolaeats #nola #fqnola
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Sautéed Pompano, Aji Amarillo Creamed Kale, Fried Yucca, Peanut Salsa Verde

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Celebrate Bastille Day in the Vieux Carre!

Been saving a bottle for a special occasion? Bayona will be offering wine amnesty July 13th,14th, and 15th. Bring Your Own Bottle and celebrate with us.

#bastilleday #fqnola #byob #wine
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Join Bayona in celebrating 25 years with a special lunch featuring:

25¢ Classic Martinis, LemonDrops, and Manhattans.
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$25 3-course Menu

Wednesday-Friday at Lunch starting June 3rd.
Reservations on Bayona.com or by calling 504-525-4455.

(Available for a limited time.)
#martinilunch #nolalunch #eatnola #noladining
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Saturday Night Oyster Fry with Lemon & Remoulade

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Happy Spring, from your favorite French Quarter Courtyard!

#nola #courtyard #eatnola #fqba #fqnola #noladining
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430 Dauphine St New Orleans, LA 70112
430 Dauphine StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70112
(504) 525-4455bayona.com
$$$Mediterranean Restaurant, American Restaurant
Mediterranean Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today Closed
Sunday ClosedMonday 6–9:30PMTuesday 6–9:30PMWednesday 11:30AM–1:30PM, 6–9:30PMThursday 11:30AM–1:30PM, 6–9:30PMFriday 11:30AM–1:30PM, 5:30–10PMSaturday 11:30AM–1:30PM, 5:30–10PM
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Susan Spicer’s team creates food that moves across a spectrum of styles and influence. Using the best local ingredients to create flavorful, balanced yet complex dishes is Bayona’s specialty.
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Chef Susan Spicer cooks creative Louisiana fare in a charming old cottage with a lush courtyard.- Google
"Superb wine list, excellent food and wonderful staff."
"It did not look like any pompano that other restaurants in New Orleans sever."
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Gary Houle
2 months ago
Unlike some of the other reviews, the wait staff was very accommodating, polite and professional. We had a late reservation but popped in early. The host got us a table with no questions asked. The food was great. The only nitpick, along with another reviewer earlier, the duck could have been prepared better. The skin could have been crisper and the flesh more tender. That said, it was still a wonderful meal.
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lacarriao cavalier
3 months ago
Sweatbread is the house specialty, Very good! Overall the meal was good and service was great, but there were a few cocktails that weren't available (not enough booze I guess). The duck breast could have been rendered a little bit better. The apricot stuffed rabbit leg was amazing. Portion size was spot on. I highly recommend Bayona for an early evening dinner before a night walk in the French Quarter!
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Olga Zh
a month ago
Food was really good. One of the managers was terrible and very rude although our waiter was good. The wine was from 2011 but was fermeted as if it was 20 years old and tasted weird.
rejoyce4perkins
10 months ago
My sister, who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, had seen Chef Susan Spicer on a morning talk show and was adamant about visiting her restaurant when we visited New Orleans in 2003. She begged our way into a last minute reservation, telling the maitre d’ about how impressed we were with Chef Susan Spicer. Chef Spicer was kind enough to take a picture with us and insisted on making a special meal for us, which was a delicious rabbit dish. I plan to return when I visit New Orleans in October.
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Rhonda P
a month ago
We ate at Bayona with our friends from out of town last night. Our experience was poor...at best. The service was poor. There were several waiters but they seemed distracted. The food was also poor. Two of us had roasted chicken which was visually unappealing, under cooked, and cold. My friend ordered the pork cop medium which also was under cooked and dry. Our bill was almost $250. I think I would have had a much better experience at the local cafe in the Marigny.
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Emmett Hennessey
4 months ago
My wife was served a fish that they called pompano that was not eatable. It did not look like any pompano that other restaurants in New Orleans sever. It was tick with black skin and was thicker than I have ever seen. To make matters worse it was very over cooked and served with a side of kale that was badly over salted. My sweetbreads were prepared in the classic matter and were very tasty.
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Jim Leonard
2 months ago
Thanksgiving dinner at Bayonne again, always fabouls. The courtyard is terrific in nice weather.
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Carol Harkins
a year ago
Wonderful ambiance. Delicious menu. This place was quite a find for us on our recent visit to New Orleans. The locals seemed to want to keep it a secret. I don't blame them!