Thursday, April 05, 2007

Easter brunch returns to Emeril's Delmonico, St Charles Ave, says New Orleans' OffBeat Magazine

Originally uploaded by Juston Western.
Offbeat Magazine, the Big Easy chronicle of musical culture, says, "Sunday, Emeril’s Delmonico will offer its first Easter Brunch since the restaurant reopened last fall from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The menu will include appetizer selections of duck confit and wild mushroom strudel and Emeril’s New Orleans-style barbecued shrimp with baked grits, as well as entrees that include foie gras waffle with Cognac-maple syrup, and pecan butter and fried oyster and avocado panini with tomato jam. The menu also features Delmonico’s namesake dry-aged prime beef selections including New York strip, filet and bone-in rib eye. For reservations, call 504-525-4837."

Also in OffBeat: Mr. B's Bistro, closed since Katrina, will re-open the weekend of French Quarter Fest.

Nothing like details from a Crescent City menu to make the rabbit's nose twitch.

1 comment:

trudeau said...

Everyone knows bout JazzFest, last weekend Ap, first weekend o' May.

But the French Quarter Fest is also a mojito. More than 150 musical performances - all free - on fifteen stages throughout the French Quarter over a three-day weekend. Graze the "World's Largest Jazz Brunch," featuring renowned area restaurants.
Ap 13 - 15.
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