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Here's Alex Harrell's Opening Menu For Upcoming Quarter Hot Spot Angeline

Southern fried quail, baked farmer's eggs, Mississippi rabbit leg, and more Southern specialties round out the chef's debut menu.

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This month chef Alex Harrell will open the doors to his highly-anticipated refined Southern restaurant Angeline in the French Quarter.  Debuting inside the former Stella! space come Mid-March, Harrell and team will focus on creating dishes that respect New Orleans culinary tradition while blending in a wider range of Southern dishes (from Alabama and elsewhere) and mixing in some northern Mediterranean influences. On the beverage side, Jeff Grdinich, a bartender who has worked with Death & Company and Sylvain, will turn out food-friendly cocktails.

Harrell recently told Eater the food itself will be "super seasonal, super fresh, local" and "minimally prepared." Here's the menu.

Here is the menu.

Angeline Dinner Menu

1032 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
Projected Opening: mid-March

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