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Foodies Unite! New Orleans Wine and Food Experience 2019

March 11 2019 | News


One of most anticipated culinary events in the country is the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience. Every year, NOWFE attracts more 7,000 foodies from around the globe. Here you’ll find information about the Wine Dinners we're most excited about on April 3, 2019. Come learn about the wine and food pairings directly from the great chefs and vintners themselves. Enjoy!

Wine DinnersWednesday, April 3, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

Antoine's Restaurant, 713 St. Louis Street

We’re excited to tell you that Antoine's, New Orleans' oldest and most famous restaurant, will be part of NOWFE this year. The menu pairs wines from Pahlmeyer with delights such as Crème Fresh and Caviar, Oyster & Artichoke Bisque, Lamb Tenderloin En Croute, Roquefort Cheesecake with Stone Fruit Drizzle and Sea Salt Cookie and other exciting dishes. According to Antoine's Executive Chef Rich Lee, "It has been wonderful working with the award-winning Pahlmeyer Family of Wines. We are excited to create pairings with all that springtime has to offer in South Louisiana from artichokes, to lamb,  to fresh gulf seafood. If will make for a festive and delicious dinner."  Cost: $175 (does not include tax and gratuity). View menu.

Brennan’s, 417 Royal Street

Brennan’s, another must-experience in the French Quarter, is where old-world ambiance meets new-world cuisine. Four-time James Beard Finalist Best Chef South Slade Rushing has created an outstanding menu with wines harmoniously paired from Robert Mondavi Winery. Your six-course experience starts with a selection of canapes including Duck Boudin with Cumberland Sauce, followed by Chilled Snap Pea Soup, Grilled Foie Gras Tartine, Grouper Roasted with Smoked Paprika, Blackened W Black Kobe Ribeye, Dancing Fern Triple Cream, and "Snicker's Bar," a hazlenut crumble with nougat ice cream. Cost: $150 (does not include tax and gratuity). View menu.

Morton’s The Steakhouse, 365 Canal Street, Suite 220

The NOWFE is all about pampering. At Morton’s, indulge in dishes like Hamachi Crudo, Artisan Satsuma Salad, Smoked Pork Belly, SRF Wagyu Filet Medallion, and a Spiced Chocolate Torte with espresso mousee and raspberries – all paired with selections from the Rombauer Winery. Cost: $150 (does not include tax and gratuity). View menu.

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