Cuisine de las Americas

2001 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 593-9955
info@nolerestaurant.com

MONDAY
Closed

TUESDAY– THURSDAY
11am – 2pm & 5pm – 10pm

Hotel Bar open 2pm - 5pm

FRIDAY – SATURDAY
11 am – 11 pm

SUNDAY
10 am – 9 pm

 

 

JOIN US FOR HAPPY HOUR

TUESDAY - SUNDAY

2 - 6:30pm

 

 

GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE

About Nolé

Nolé Cuisine de Las Americas, where New Orleans and Latin American cuisine meet, is the newest restaurant by the famed Al Copeland family. Paying homage to the traditions, richness of flavors, and tastes of both cultures, Chef Chris Lusk takes an innovative approach to familiar fare, such as guacamole with smoked pecans, blue crab street corn with Creole cream cheese, and cochon de lait paella.

Situated on St. Charles Avenue in the heart of the Garden District, Nolé is a neighborhood restaurant that offers lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday, along with a special Sunday brunch menu. Happy Hour every day from 2 PM – 6:30 PM showcases housemade margaritas and frozen beverages, as well as Latin-inspired cocktails, New Orleans classics and an extensive tequila selection.

About Nolé

Nolé Cuisine de Las Americas, where New Orleans and Latin American cuisine meet, is the newest restaurant by the famed Al Copeland family. Paying homage to the traditions, richness of flavors, and tastes of both cultures, Chef Chris Lusk takes an innovative approach to familiar fare, such as guacamole with smoked pecans, blue crab street corn with Creole cream cheese, and cochon de lait paella.

Situated on St. Charles Avenue in the heart of the Garden District, Nolé is a neighborhood restaurant that offers lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday, along with a special Sunday brunch menu. Happy Hour every day from 2 PM – 6:30 PM showcases housemade margaritas and frozen beverages, as well as Latin-inspired cocktails, New Orleans classics and an extensive tequila selection.

2001 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 593-9955
info@nolerestaurant.com

MONDAY
Closed

TUESDAY – THURSDAY
11am – 2pm & 5pm – 10pm

Hotel Bar open 2 pm – 5 pm

FRIDAY – SATURDAY
11 am – 11 pm

SUNDAY
10 am – 9 pm

JOIN US FOR HAPPY HOUR

TUESDAY – SUNDAY

2 – 6:30pm

GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE

Our Food

The food at Nolé is unique, yet not unfamiliar. It simply showcases Latin American influences on traditional New Orleans cuisine.

Both cuisines share a passion for natural heat and flavor that come from local ingredients. They also bare similar cooking methods and traditions—a Louisiana seafood jambalaya resembles a Mexican seafood paella, a south Louisiana crawfish boil has as many nuances as a Latin American asada, and New Orleans families pride themselves on their gumbo recipe while in Latin America the familial mole recipe is presented with pride.

As consulting chef, Chris Lusk used his personal experiences working and traveling with chefs from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Cuba, and other Latin American countries and layered it with familiar, local fare to create the Nolé menu. He utilizes red beans in salsa, combines chorizo and cochon du lait in the paella, and uses cracklins in a traditional Latin American pork stew. Other highlights on the menu include Latin street corn with lime aioli, blue crab, and Creole cream cheese, and queso with corn fried pickled okra and okra-jala-pico.

Our Food

The food at Nolé is unique, yet not unfamiliar. It simply showcases Latin American influences on traditional New Orleans cuisine.

Both cuisines share a passion for natural heat and flavor that come from local ingredients. They also bare similar cooking methods and traditions—a Louisiana seafood jambalaya resembles a Mexican seafood paella, a south Louisiana crawfish boil has as many nuances as a Latin American asada, and New Orleans families pride themselves on their gumbo recipe while in Latin America the familial mole recipe is presented with pride.

As consulting chef, Chris Lusk used his personal experiences working and traveling with chefs from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Cuba, and other Latin American countries and layered it with familiar, local fare to create the Nolé menu. He utilizes red beans in salsa, combines chorizo and cochon du lait in the paella, and uses cracklins in a traditional Latin American pork stew. Other highlights on the menu include Latin street corn with lime aioli, blue crab, and Creole cream cheese, and queso with corn fried pickled okra and okra-jala-pico.

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