Chilean Wine Dinner!
Join us Wednesday, October 1 for a wine dinner featuring some delicious Chilean wines from Vine Connections Importers. Here’s a sneak peak of our menu… All four (and a half!) courses come with carefully selected wine pairings. The dinner starts at 7 so we ask guests to arrive around 6:30pm. Feel free to call with any questions! The dinner costs $100/person which includes both tax and tip.
Join us next week, September 8-13, to celebrate Restaurant Week! Restaurants across the city have designed special three-course menus specifically for the festivities of Restaurant Week. Below is a copy of our menu (we also have it posted on our Facebook page!) You can find out who else is participating and view their menus here: http://www.welivetoeatnola.com/restaurant-week/ Help support your local restaurants!
Rum Dinner with Old New Orleans Rum
This Wednesday, August 6 come join us at Rue for a Rum Dinner! We’re teaming up with Old New Orleans and creating a cocktail and food menu highlighting all of their products. Check out a copy of our menu here.
Starting this June, come check out our new Summer Prix-Fixe Dinner! MONDAY-THURSDAY, $35 CHOICE OF ONE APPETIZER, ONE ENTREE, AND EITHER A GLASS OF WINE OR A DESSERT APPETIZERS TOMATO SOUP Heirloom Tomatoes / Basil / Garlic / Grilled Cheese Crouton ARUGULA AND STRAWBERRY SALAD Spiced Candied Pistachios / Goat Cheese Puffed Quinoa / Balsamic Vinaigrette PASTA CON CARCIOFO Papardelle / Artichokes / Sun-dried Tomatoes / Pancetta Caper-Bread Crumb Gremolata ENTREES PAN SEARED PUPPY DRUM Mussels / Bacon Lardons / […]
EATER GUIDES 25 of the Most Underrated Restaurants Across America
Here are twenty-five restaurants around the country that are underrated. The following map consists of places that — in the opinion of local Eater editors and friends of the site — should get more national attention. In some cases, the restaurants are beloved locally but can’t quite get the buzz that similar peers do across the country (Rue 127 in New Orleans, Hearth in New York, Fond in Philadelphia, Estadio in Washington, DC). In others, as with Naoe in Miami […]
Q on the Rue
Pale and potted, the little tree outside Rue 127 may look unassuming, but the kumquats plucked from it add a sweetly sour tang to the punchy Quat, You Like cocktail on the restaurant’s drinks list. On the bar, the kumquats rest in a jar of grain alcohol; simple syrup will be added to that infused base to make a kumquatcello. Since last fall, Rue 127’s bar menu has been in the hands of John Slavich, who’s here by way of […]
The Gatekeepers: In a Small Place, Rue 127’s Ray Gruezke Does It All
Welcome to The Gatekeepers, a regular feature wherein Eater talks to the men and women who stand between you and those coveted tables. This month: Ray Gruezke from Rue 127. Tucked snugly between the Italian Pie and Juicy Lucy’s, the renovated teal shotgun housing Rue 127 seems like a colorful sprinkle caught in the teeth of the 100 block of Carrollton’s Mid City bars and restaurants. Yet even with so many neighborhood fixtures at the ready, residents have embraced the […]
Rmgt Restaurant Management: 20 Hottest New Restaurants
Independent picks run the gamut from casual to fancy fine-dining spots From the North to the South and from sea to shining sea, we scoured the country for the hottest new independent restaurants. This list highlights a wide range of establishments, including casual concepts and fancy fine-dining hot spots, single-item formats and intricate tasting menus, and big-city ventures alongside small-town endeavors. These 20 top picks stood out above the considerable competition, helping make 2011 one of the most vibrant years ever […]