I was born and raised in south Louisiana, and I’ve always been fascinated with our region’s unique cultural traditions. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, I decided that I would work to preserve and celebrate those traditions through food.

At Eat New Orleans, we make local dishes with farm-fresh ingredients, serving the best versions of the family favorites we grew up eating.  We use local seafood and seasonal produce whenever possible to help support the fishing and farming ways of life that are integral to Louisiana culture. The work of local artists is featured on our walls.  Every day, we strive to create a friendly and comfortable environment that welcomes visitors and appreciates locals. Please join us.

— Jarred Zeringue