Naw'lins Cajun, creole, and more

Gumbo and beignets. Second-line strutting and Mardi Gras beads. A mixture of French, Spanish, African, Catholic and Protestant, fused by musical groove and American soul. New Orleans is the birthplace of America’s great cultural contribution – Jazz. 


A tantalizing New orleans feast enjoyed to the sounds of big easy music


  • Blackened Catfish Spring Rolls
  • Oyster Bar
  • Seafood Jambalaya
  • Molasses Rubbed Chicken Breast
  • New Orleans Cocktails
Naw'lins spices & flavors

A melting pot of flavors, New Orleans’ Cajun and Creole cuisines, of European, African and Native American roots,  with vestiges of Italian, Spanish, German, and even Caribbean influences, produces its distinctive, truly unique dishes that are a food-lovers dream ...


Jazz like only N'Orleans does!

Collective improvisation, in which individuals fit in and where solos shine, is the hallmark of Jazz in New Orleans, where musical kings from Buddy Bolden, King Oliver and Louis Armstrong trumpeted the sound of freedom.



Smoked catfish  celery root chip, beets, pistachio

Sweet Potato Beignets 

Shrimp Remoulade

Blackened Catfish Spring Rolls w/ jicama, bibb lettuce wraps, thai chili vinaigrette 

Chef’s Oyster Bar   

Lobster Dumplings, Lobster & white fish mousseline, shaved fennel, tomato concasse, lobster butter

Green Tomato Salad w/ baby beet greens, goat cheese, bacon shallot dressing


Seafood Jambalaya w/ lobster, crayfish, shrimp, salmon, holy trinity, rice pilaf, seafood broth

Molasses Rubbed Chicken Breast w/ fava beans, pink grapefruit, opal-basil

Grilled Leg of Lamb w/gumbo style, smoked tomatoes & sassafrass 

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