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

4 - 6:30pm

 

 

GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE

About Nolé

Both Latin America and New Orleans have a deep appreciation for the celebration of everyday moments. They also find joy in the hottest summers, in New Orleans, you could be walking down the street and a parade starts – the same thing happens in Latin America. Whether through Mardi Gras or Carnival, everything is a party. They connect in the most mundane tasks, through food, art, music, festivals and literature.

It’s from these similarities and the palatable passion these cultures exude that Nolé was born. A union of two already intertwined cultures. Here to take the people of New Orleans on a culinary journey that always leads us back home.

About Nolé

Both Latin America and New Orleans have a deep appreciation for the celebration of everyday moments. They also find joy in the hottest summers, in New Orleans, you could be walking down the street and a parade starts – the same thing happens in Latin America. Whether through Mardi Gras or Carnival, everything is a party. They connect in the most mundane tasks, through food, art, music, festivals and literature.

It’s from these similarities and the palatable passion these cultures exude that Nolé was born. A union of two already intertwined cultures. Here to take the people of New Orleans on a culinary journey that always leads us back home.

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

4 – 6:30pm

GIFT CARDS AVAILABLE

Our Food

The customs and cuisine – or cocina – of Latin America parallel New Orleans’ most notable traditions, both cultural and culinary.

A love of flavorful food full, of natural heat and local ingredients pervades both places and is often accompanied by enthusiastic conversation about what the next meal will be.

Al Copeland Jr. and Chef Chris Lusk have the drive to add local ingredients by layering flavors to two similar yet different cuisines to marry the two cultures together and taste every component that creates the menu.

Our Food

The customs and cuisine – or cocina – of Latin America parallel New Orleans’ most notable traditions, both cultural and culinary.

A love of flavorful food full, of natural heat and local ingredients pervades both places and is often accompanied by enthusiastic conversation about what the next meal will be.

Al Copeland Jr. and Chef Chris Lusk have the drive to add local ingredients by layering flavors to two similar yet different cuisines to marry the two cultures together and taste every component that creates the menu.

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