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Take a Look at the Elysian Bar’s Opening Menu

What’s on the menu at new arrival from the Bacchanal team

The much anticipated new project from the people behind wine-centric Bacchanal has been open about a week now.

Named The Elysian Bar, it’s part of the Hotel Peter and Paul in the Marigny, and takes over a stunning former Catholic church on Burgundy Street, and also features a coffee shop inside.

But the part-French, part-Southern food is likely to be as much of a draw, from chef Alex Harrell (formerly of Sylvain, and his own restaurnat Angeline). Some dishes, like mussels escabeche, chicken liver mousse, and a classic French omelet with duck egg have been teased — now the full menu is here.

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Centered more around seafood and vegetables, it consists entirely of small plates, mostly at $15 or less — and mixes tradition (on dishes like chicken leg confit and msussels escabeche) with freshness and creativity on many of the vegetable dishes.

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Biscuits from the Elysian Bar’s coffee shop
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The Elysian Bar is playing coy about its interior — no photos have been published as yet, but that hasn’t stopped the Instagrammers, so here’s a small peek from the few people who have managed to snap some images.

The Elysian Bar

2317 Burgundy Street, , LA 70117 (504) 356-6769 Visit Website
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