Our New Orleans Street Food Menu
Lite & Fresh
Grilled shrimp, seasoned street corn, pickled carrots, onions, and jalapeno, served over a bed of crisp Romaine lettuce with cojita cheese and finished with Cajun ranch dressing. You don’t always have to punish your body with decadent meals; sometimes, lighter fare is just what you need to keep the party going.
Cajun culture has evolved since Acadians settled the bayous of South Louisiana in the 18th century. Today, they have cell phones, MySpace pages, and they’ve taken some of their ancestral ingredients and put them in a trendy poke bowl. Spicy shrimp, pickled red onion, carrots, and jalapeno, served over Louisiana popcorn rice with house-made ponzu, brings tradition into the modern…
Also known as elote, this south-of-the-border street food champion is literally flavor on a stick. We serve it a little differently and do the heavy lifting for you. Grilled corn cut off the cob smothered in cotija cheese and seasoning; enjoy this street food classic topped with Cajun fried gator. It begs the question, which came first; the street or…
Often overlooked, hot sausage never gets the respect it deserves. A popular po-boy filler for generations, we decided to let it shine by grilling savory, spicy sausage served slider style. Alliteration aside, these might change your life.
This sandwich, made famous by Italian immigrants in the French Quarter, features mortadella, salami, ham, mozzarella, provolone, and olive salad served on a heaping slice of Sicilian sesame bread.
If our standard shrimp roll didn’t catch your eye, try its warm, saucy cousin. Served on a freshly baked split bun and served with chips, grab one to go, but don’t forget the napkins.
Our southern take on a Lobster Roll. We make ours with fresh boiled shrimp(served cold), lemon aioli, on a warm split bun, and a fresh squeeze of lemon. Served with chips.
Try a new Orleans Sno-Ball
During the summer months, New Orleans moves within three miles of the sun’s surface. Sweltering is a good word, but it doesn’t quite do justice to the oppressive heat. Snowballs came into being out of necessity, and the tradition remains strong when the calendar flips to June, and the heat index hits the triple digits.
Back in the day, snowball vendors used to shave the ice by hand, carefully maintaining the powdered consistency for maximum flavor retention. Today, the practice remains unchanged except for incorporating technological advancements to ensure the perfect texture. Flavor recipes throughout the Big Easy are fiercely guarded secrets kept under lock and key for generations.
Out of respect, our snowballs only use the finest syrup mixtures, and we shave our ice using New Orleans’ own SnoWizard machines, which have been grinding up the perfect snowball since 1936. We offer classic flavors like grape, dreamsicle, and king cake; everything you need to stave off heat stroke on an August afternoon. If you’re looking for something with a little more kick, we also offer adult versions with spiked snowballs like Whisky Dreams, Kingcake Rumcake, and Tequila Coconut. In humanity’s never-ending battling against the sun’s torment, snowballs may be our most effective weapon. While it’s a war we’ll never win, it’s nice to celebrate little victories when we can.
Beignets & Dessert
Bananas Foster Beignets Much like when Simon met Garfunkel or Birdman met Lil Wayne, their encounter was unavoidable, and the world is better for it. You’ve met these two definitive desserts, but until you’ve tasted their harmonies, you don’t know either of them; maybe you never did. Decadent and soulful, you’ll need confession after this sinful combination. Come try our…
These you might not be so familiar with; also known as Creole rice fritters, calas used to be a permanent fixture in the New Orleans’ food landscape. Unfortunately, they’re slowly disappearing, but we don’t forget the past; we embrace it. Perfect with a cup of coffee, these deep-fried pleasures are crucial morning fuel in the French Quarter.
Beignets You know them, you love them, but you’ve never had them from us. Skip the lines down the street, grab a couple of beignets, and instead of hot chocolate, get a beer or cocktail.
American Pale Ale
An unfiltered, kettle soured wheat beer with kosher salt. This refreshing beer is made even more thirst quenching with the addition of key lime and fresh cucumber juice.
This Baltic Oatmeal Milk Porter will change the way you think about porters and dark beer in general. From its sweet coffee and chocolate flavor, to its silk smooth finish, this is one unique brew. So sit back and enjoy her sultry sweet side. STYLE: Baltic Oatmeal Porter ABV: 6.2% FERMENTABLES: 2-Row, Munich, Brown, Caramel Malt, Chocolate Malt, Crystal 30,…
A true original, Canebrake has been our best-selling beer since 2010. This refreshing American wheat drinks easy and highlights honey-sweet remnants of Louisiana sugarcane and notes of citrus on the finish from Cascade hops picked from our favorite farm in Oregon. STYLE WHEAT ALE FLAVOR PROFILE CRISP MALTY ABV 5% AVAILABILITY YEAR ROUND HOPS CASCADE STERLING OTHER INGREDIENTS SUGARCANE SYRUP
A devilishly delicious hop bomb that makes your nostrils flair and your tail point. Dry-hopped with massive amounts of Citra® and Mosaic® hops for a truly delicious treat. Impressions of tropical papaya, mango, and grapefruit wash over your taste buds. Fermented with our house hazy yeast for a soft mouthfeel that will keep you wanting more. All Hail Jucifer! STYLE:…
Paradise Park American Lager ABV: 4.5% / IBU: 10 Brewed with pilsner malt and Huell Melon hops, this easy drinking lager is the perfect beer for the Louisiana climate. Named after a trailer park in our founder’s hometown, this lager doesn’t take itself too seriously. We worked tirelessly to make this an affordable local lager for the everyday beer drinker.