The small room's tables and leather banquettes recall Parisian neighborhood restaurants; a mirrored wall with Impressionist paintings complements the dark-wood bar and accents. In warmer weather, patrons enjoy outdoor dining in the courtyard. Continental influences are evident in the food, but variations on New Orleans' classics or experimental dishes with bold spices are just as likely. Entrees range from herb-crusted lamb with lavender mashed potatoes to Louisiana Gulf fish filled with barbecue oysters and eggplant kamut spirals.
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