New Orleans has been the city’s culinary hub since the 18th century, and it’s been one of the citys biggest culinary cities for decades.
Now the city is getting ready to launch its first ever Michelin-starred restaurant, the New Orleans madeleines menu, as well as a new series of restaurants, including a steakhouse.
The restaurants will feature fresh, locally-sourced food from local farmers.
The city is also getting ready for the debut of the Chicago madeleining, a restaurant where diners will get a chance to try out the freshest, most authentic foods from around the country.
The Chicago madeles menu will be available in June for two nights, with additional dinners coming in the months of July and August.
In June, the menu will include items like the French Madeleine from New Orleans, the Louisiana Madeleines French Fries from New York City, the St. Louis Madeleining from Illinois, and the Texas Madeleined from the United States.
The menu will also feature a rotating selection of other new and classic Chicago foods from New and other regions of the country, as seen in the menu below.
New Orleans’ food will also be featured in the restaurant series, which will feature dishes from restaurants in the New York metropolitan area, including The French Made, the Chicago-mademadeleining’s St. Francis, and The French New Orleans from the City of New Orleans.
This is a collaboration between New Orleans chef and owner, Andrew Pecoraro, and Chicago chef and restaurateur, Brian Lefevre.
“New Orleans is a city of great restaurants, and we are thrilled to be bringing the Chicago Madelein and New Orleans Madeleiners to our hometown,” said Lefievre in a statement.
“The Chicago Madeles will be a special, special New Orleans experience, and you’ll get to experience a truly local, regional, and global experience that we know our New Orleans locals love.”
The New Orleans chefs, led by chef and co-owner Andrew Peca, will be joining Chef John Taggart of New York’s Taggarts on the new restaurant’s staff.
Taggars family owns and operates the Michelin guide restaurant, The Parisian, which was launched in 2011.
The New York Times’ food critic and New York Magazine food writer, Sam Schechter, has already penned a great review of the New Louisians menu, which features a variety of local, New Orleans-made dishes.