NOSH, a new restaurant and lounge from the Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts group, is now open in the Warehouse District.
NOSH (752 Tchoupitoulas St., 504-581-1103), a restaurant and lounge from the Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts group, opened Thursday in the Warehouse District.
NOSH, which stands for New Orleans Social House, replaces Tommy’s Wine Bar at the corner of Julia and Tchoupitoulas streets. The restaurant and lounge will host live music every night.
Chef Michael Farrell, who helmed the kitchen at the now shuttered Le Meritage, created the Mediterranean-influenced menu of small plates and snacks, including fingerling potato chips with a shallot cream dip, charcuterie plates, shrimp spring rolls with charred tomato chili dip, bison sliders with cheddar and caramelized onions on brioche rolls and lobster tacos with avocado and corn salsa. A selection of flatbreads features a wild mushroom version topped with bacon, onions and Gorgonzola and one topped with pesto, marinated tomatoes, arugula and Parmesan. The raw seafood bar has Gulf oysters, salmon carpaccio, hamachi tiradito, ahi poke, ceviche and grilled octopus carpaccio.
The bar offers wine, beer and creative and classic cocktails. The Pecan Old Fashioned, is made with Buffalo Trace bourbon, bitters and cherry, and the Warehouse Cooler has Grey Goose Citron, sour mix, agave and berries.
NOSH is open Sunday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to midnight.