Michael Stoltzfus launched Coquette in 2008. Their Garden District building was constructed in the late 1880s and has served as a home, a grocery store, and an auto parts shop, among other things. Coquette is the ideal location for a special occasion and a neighborhood meeting place, with dining rooms on two floors and a bar that seats 12. They specialize in modern southern cuisine that draws influence from around the world and locally produced ingredients. To match the renowned food, wine, and cocktail programs, the restaurant makes an effort to set the tone with eloquent, courteous, and sincere service.
Aside from the regular cocktails, beers, ciders, and wines, Coquette offers non-alcoholic drinks, like the Brooklyn Special Effects Beer, N/A Hoppy Amber. You can also try their Lemon Ginger, made with lemon, ginger, coriander, and soda. Coquette presents a unique experience to its diners by conducting a five-course blind tasting. It requires full table participation as they organize tasting and wine pairing courses for those who join.
Stoltzfus’ creative cuisine has landed his restaurant on the Times-Picayune’s top ten restaurants in New Orleans, and for the past two years, he has been selected as a finalist for the James Beard “Best Chef: South” award.
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