Marigny Brasserie – Wine & Spirits Magazine

Marigny Brasserie


Marigny Brasserie was the dry Cafe Marigny until recently, when it moved up the street to a corner formerly occupied by a nightclub. Thanks to a long-awaited liquor license, chef/sommelier Steve Zucker now offers 130 wines, including 30 smart finds by-the-glass, like Egon Müller’s ‘97 Scharzhofberger Riesling—just the thing for the fried, bacon-wrapped oysters or Creole tomato salad. Floor-to-ceiling windows front the buzzing sidewalk all around the restaurant, where dinner is served until 2 a.m. As the night progresses, it becomes difficult to tell on which side of the windowpane rages the bigger party.

640 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, Louisiana

Cajun

504-945-4491


This story appears in the print issue of February 2009.
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