- Located just steps from bawdy Bourbon Street, this restaurant's fans come from miles around to get a taste of Creole-American combos with a modern twist. This intimate little bistro is crammed full of tables. You may even feel as though you are dining with twenty instead of just two. But the soft light of wall lamps hung to reflect light onto the Impressionist oils tends to tone down the sense of claustrophobia. In pleasant weather you may dine on the umbrella-shaded patio. Creations from the kitchen reflect a light Creole taste with modern American influences. For example: barbecue shrimp with New Orleans rice cakes, smart salads, or grilled salmon with pecan flavored wild rice.
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