New Orleans is a foodie’s playground, offering so many delicious restaurants, so you might find it difficult to decide where to have dinner. Let us suggest RUE 127 – New American Bistro. This amazing little restaurant can be found in a renovated New Orleans style shotgun home right across the street from 1896 O’Malley House and is a highlight of our neighborhood. The upscale menu options provided at RUE 127 may prove to be pleasantly surprising, and they certainly do not disappoint.
Chef Ray Gruezke designed a delectable menu sure to delight your taste buds. When possible, the restaurant uses sustainably grown produce and the freshest meats and seafood. To ensure that each of RUE 127’s menu items are made from fresh ingredients, the offerings change weekly. Save room for dessert, Chef Joanna Parker is the pastry chef responsible for each delectable creation including a House Made Sorbet of the Day. Finally, local artist Natalie Boos’ art compliments the cozy atmosphere in this welcoming restaurant.
RUE 127 is open Tuesday through Friday for lunch, and Monday through Saturday for dinner. Call for reservations, or make them online. You can also view their menu on their website.
If you still need convincing, see what contributors to Urban Spoon are saying. We know you won’t be disappointed in the amazing cuisine available at RUE 127 – New American Bistro.
127 N. Carrollton Avenue
New Orleans, LA