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Justine

225 Chartres St French Quarter


Sample Menu

HORS D’OEUVRES

ONION SOUP GRATINÉE 

caramelized onions, broiled gruyere and french bread crouton $12 

FRIED PORK BELLY

Black garlic-plum sauce, chili crisp, cilantro $17 

SALAD MAISON

local peaches, toasted almonds, grana padano, champagne vinaigrette $15 

BURRATA

local tomatoes, chimichurri, togarashi $15 

ESCARGOT

garlic-parsley butter $16 

‘BARBEQUE’ SHRIMP TOAST

ginger, garlic, chili butter, grilled bread $17 

SNACKS

WHIPPED GOAT CHEESE 

Summer vegetables $15 

BAKED CRAB AND BRIE AU GRATIN

baguette $18 

FROMAGE PIMENTON

pickled vegetables, espelette, fennel crisps $14 

ENTRÉES

PAN ROASTED GULF FISH

Chorizo braised cannellini beans with clams, sauteed spinach nardello and tomato, sofrito MKT

CHICKEN CONFIT

Roasted baby carrots, sauteed kale, bacon lardon, peach mostarda, caramelized yogurt $25 

JUSTINE BURGER

8oz peppercorn crusted wagyu patty, gruyere, arugula, pommes frites, au poivre sauce for dipping $20 

STEAK FRITES

butcher’s cut, au poivre sauce $35 

PARISIAN GNOCCHI

grana padano, roasted mushroom salsa verde $24 

FISH & CHIPS

tandoori spiced flounder, pommes frites, cilantro green chili tartar sauce $25 

SIDES

POMMES FRITES

sauce justine, sea salt $

GRACIOUS BAKERY BAGUETTE

french cultured butter $

PAN ROASTED SHISHITO PEPPERS

sherry vinegar $12 

CRAWFISH MAC N CHEESE

fromage tartú, mornay $15 

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About (from their website)

Justine is a brasserie in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. Opened by husband-and-wife team Justin and Mia Devillier, Justine combines the sophistication of Parisian brasseries with the playfulness of the South’s most lively district. 

“A French Quarter restaurant has been a longtime dream of ours, and finding this space conjured up a vision for a boisterous, glamorous French restaurant,” says Chef Justin Devillier, the 2016 James Beard Award-winner for Best Chef: South.

Located in the May & Ellis building (formerly the Hurwitz Mintz building), recently the recipient of a historic preservation design award, the café side opens to the Chartres Street sidewalk, emulating the quintessential Parisian-street experience with daytime fare. The kitchen room is anchored by two large communal tables for a shared dining experience, overlooking the kitchen led by Chef & Owner Justin Devillier. Two additional spaces, an intimate back dining room and outdoor dining area lush with greenery, provide ample dining options in the 200-seat restaurant. In the antique-brass and smoked-mirror embellished bar room, Bar Director Jesse Carr has crafted a menu driven by the drinking culture of France: simple and classic, with a focus on the spirits beloved by French families.

True to the heart of French brasserie culture, the bustling, multi-roomed restaurant offers a versatile space to be enjoyed by all, whether it’s for a weekday lunch, afternoon glass of wine, or celebratory dinner. 

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