Costa Rican Chef Lydia Solano will be featuring an Elote Crawfish Bread from Friday, April 28 – Sunday, May 7th. Keeping in tune with Bakery Bar’s Latin American-meets-New Orleans cuisine, the Elote Crawfish Bread combines a Jazz Fest favorite (which will be sorely missed) with classic Latin American street food and features housemade crawfish dip served atop half a New Orleans French Bread loaf with grilled corn, queso fresca, sliced jalapeños and crema. Bakery Bar is located at 1179 Annunciation. For hours and information, visit www.bakery.bar.
The restaurant will feature an array of Jazz Fest Specials, perfect for indulging pre or post fest. Available during dinner and weekend brunch April 28 – 30 & May 4 – 7, specialty dishes follow:
Dirty Rice Arancini
bbq aioli, pepper jelly
seafood fumet, mascarpone
Smoked Double Cut Pork Chops
Creole beans, braised greens
Jack Rose is located at the Pontchartrain Hotel, 2031 St Charles Avenue/www.jackroserestaurant.com
In addition to the very intimate and special Jazz Fest Dinner & Show on April 30th, Bayou Bar will also run a variety of specials both weekends. Guests can enjoy free live music Tuesdays – Sundays, featuring all-star ensembles curated by Peter Harris, along with the following Jazz Fest-inspired treats:
lemon, cherry peppers
Hot Sausage Po Boy
creolaise, lettuce, tomato, pickle
Alligator Sauce Picante
smoked sausage, crispy duck confit
Bayou Bar located at 2031 St. Charles Avenue in the Garden District / www.bayoubar.com
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