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Addis NOLA Prepares for Restaurant Move to Bayou Road

Addis NOLA

Addis NOLA, one of our favorite restaurants open on Mondays in New Orleans, is planning a major (and much-needed) move to a new spot on Bayou Road! Leaving their old digs on Tulane Avenue / Broad Street, Addis will take over the former location of Cajun King. They are expected to open in October, and will remain open at the Tulane Avenue restaurant in the meantime. 

Addis NOLA, an Ethiopian restaurant, connects you to the food and culture of Ethiopia. They serve a wide array of options from vegetarian to lamb. Chef’s favorites include Veggie Combo – an all vegan/veggie combo with red lentils, yellow split peas, collard greens, cabbage, green lentils, and potatoes, and Doro Wot – a “true crown jewel of Ethiopian culture” with chicken slowly simmered with carmelized onions in a blend of robust spices and a boiled egg.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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With the move, Addis will have a much larger restaurant and double their capacity. A new bar for cocktails and dining room is also on the agenda, as well as a coffee ceremony stage.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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If you haven’t been yet, now’s the time. They just announced a killer collab with Banh Mi Boys – coming soon!  

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Featured image via Kat Kimball Photography. 

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