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Today 10:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PM
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625 Chartres St New Orleans, LA 70130
625 Chartres StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70130
$$American Restaurant, BarToday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PM
Sunday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30–10PMMonday 5:30–11PMTuesday 5:30–11PMWednesday 5:30–11PMThursday 5:30–11PMFriday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30PM–12AMSaturday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 5:30PM–12AM
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Elegant gastropub with cocktails & American fare in a former carriage house with courtyard seats.- Google
"Very good food - try the veal sweetbread, grilled pork shoulder and beef cheeks."
"We repeatedly asked for sparkling water, but never received it."
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Everything about this place is worthy of 5 stars. Atmosphere, food, servers, bar, and staff. I had the Shitake mushroom bruschetta and a burger, among other appetizers that were enthusiastically shared at my table. It is a little on the dark side, I had to use the table candle to read the menu, but the candles add to the atmosphere and contributes to the charm. Everyone who works there that we came into contact with were very attentive, friendly and warm, making us feel like valued guests, not customers. I wish I can remember the drink I had or what was in it. I am not a drinker, but I had three of them (I wasn't driving) and thoroughly enjoyed myself. I topped off the night with a root beer float and needed a wheelbarrow to leave this fun, fantastic establishment. It's one of those places where you want to tell everyone you know to try it. Sylvains was a highlight and memorable evening on what was a great 4 day trip to Nawlins. I highly recommend and would love to know what your thoughts and dining experience was like.
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Scott Burlington
3 months ago
Chef Martha Wiggins is a dynamite follow up to the original Chef (who graduated to open up his own place.) She's put her own spin on the place, and it is shining more than ever. This food, as well as the drinks and most of New Orleans, is meant to be enjoyed, not rushed through. Sit back in the intimate and beautiful space and dig into some classic and crafted cocktails, comforting and finely composed dishes, and chat with the friendly staff. These guys know what they're doing from start to finish.
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André Bortolini
3 months ago
Octopus appetizer is perfect. Steak with balck beans and sprouts is unique and perfectly cooked. Chocolate mousse is flavorful and not overly sweet. Amazing meal, 5 stars.
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Adam Spey
5 months ago
This place is one of the reasons I travel to New Orleans every year. The bar is everything that mixology should be and the creative menu is great. My only complaints are that it can be hard to find a seat at the bar or a table because this popular place is quite small and they keep the place very dark. Once you've found the alley that leads to this promised land, order up and enjoy.
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Lucas Rifkin
5 months ago
Great cocktails, and one of the best (albeit uppity) chicken sandwiches I have had. Try the monkey hour. Try the other cocktails too - they are creative and worth the visit alone. The food is equal in quality if not originality. Great for a date or a night out with friends.
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jimmy hoxie
2 months ago
Great drinks, friendly staff, hardy fare, and interesting space. If the pork sandwich with candied greens is on the menu, get it! Filling and delicious with the extra crisp fries and a few shots of bourbon.
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Amber Fontenot
a month ago
The absolute worst meal I've had in New Orleans. The hostess was way too rude, the lighting is way too dark, the music is way too loud, and the food is way too terrible to make up for anything. I would never recommend it.
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Emily Betts Susanin
a year ago
Shaved brussel sprout salad was the best I've ever encountered and one of the freshest things I had in New Orleans. Ambiance is warm and romantic. The service was great. We sat at their beautiful copper bar and watched them make drinks in beakers. Delicious craft cocktails. A fun place that isn't as serious as the surrounding restaurants and is much more down to earth.


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