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Couvant Reopens in CBD with New Chef & Refreshed Menu

Couvant New Orleans

After a 2-year closure due to COVID-19, Couvant reopened their doors for business with a new Executive Chef, but the same gorgeous atmosphere that locals loved. Leading the charge is New Orleans native and Executive Chef Ryan Pearson

Couvant Reopen Chef Ryan Pearson

The French-inspired Brasserie features fare inspired by New Orleans’ French roots with a twist, a la Chef Pearson. After working abroad in Paris and New York, Chef Ryan Pearson returned to the New Orleans culinary scene. In France, Pearson was a Chef Consultant helping open the first high-end New Orleans Brasserie in Paris. He curated dynamic dishes inspired by New Orleans, but with original French products and ingredients.

Couvant is now open Wednesday – Sunday with varying hours. Check their Facebook for most up-to-date hours as they are subject to change from the below.

Wednesday: 7am – 11am
Thursday: 7am – 11am
Friday: 7am – 11am, 5pm – 10pm
Saturday: 7am – 11am, 5pm – 10pm
Sunday: 7am – 11am 

Enjoy delectable snacks in Couvant’s spacious courtyard tucked away in the back of the restaurant – perfect for New Orleans date nights and larger celebratory dinners.

Couvant New Orleans
Photo via Couvant

For dinner, the Poached Royal Red Shrimp with French cocktail sauce spiced with brandy is a treat, though you can’t go wrong with other French-inspired dishes. Other highlights include Brioche Crusted Veal with milk-fed veal in a crisp brioche crust, crushed potatoes, king trumpet mushrooms, and sauce diable; Ponchatoula strawberry & Baby Beet Salad with Creole cream cheese; Crawfish Gnocchi with Louisiana crawfish & potato gnocchi, and other delicious dishes. View Couvant’s full Dinner menu here.

Brioche Crusted Veal
Brioche Crusted Veal
Baby Beet Salad
Baby Beet Salad

Couvant is currently looking to expand their team with a $250 sign on bonus. Apply to work at Couvant here


All images via Couvant.

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