This is a charming restaurant in an old warehouse and boasts three floors an old glass elevator that gives the place an unusual and interesting vibe.
The bread is to die for (and I don't usually like bread). The beet salad is nice, but nothing to write home about. I ordered the mussels and enjoyed them, although in retrospect I wish I'd ordered a variety of small plates instead. The entree selection is light on interesting fare that isn't meat or fat heavy, so I found the menu a little limiting.
The bottom line: a charming and above average restaurant. If you are going with a group with whom you can share dishes, this is a good place because you'll get to sample upscale takes on a variety of classic New Orleans dishes. It is a lively place and makes for an enjoyable evening out. If, however, you are expecting a traditional New Orleans dinner that will knock your socks off, perhaps best to look somewhere else.
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