A number of new restaurants are being reported around Uptown New Orleans, including organic burger and a bakery in the Carrollton area, and an “arty” breakfast and sandwich shop and a barbecue joint in the Lower Garden District.
A glimpse at each:
- Juicy D’s will serve steamed organic burgers, fish sandwiches and gourmet salads at Carrollton and Oak, reports Eater NOLA.
- Breads on Oak will be a bakery at the opposite end of the street, reports Eater NOLA in another find.
- Delta Angel serves vegetable-based breakfast and lunch inside St. Vincent’s Guest House on lower Magazine Street, reports Susan Langenhennig of The Times-Picayune.
- McClure’s Barbecue, previously a pop-up restaurant, may be eying a permanent location at 1512 Carondelet, just off St. Charles Avenue, Eater NOLA reports.
Update, 1:22 p.m.: Add one more to the Lower Garden District list. Chef Phillip Lopez of Root plans “Square Root” in an as-yet-undisclosed location off Magazine Street, with techniques “at another level from what diners have already seen at Root,” writes Todd A. Price on nola.com this afternoon.