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Capdeville

504-371-5161  •  $$
ADDRESS: 520 Capdeville St, New Orleans, LA 70130
CUISINE: Contemporary, Late-Night Dining, Burgers, Pub Food, Sandwiches, Gastropub
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
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Warehouse District favorite Capdeville features beer- and whiskey-friendly upscale comfort food such as fried red beans and rice, meat pies, black and bleu burgers, fish tacos, and shrimp and grits.

"Burgers and fries form the bulk of the menu, and these too are offbeat. Fries are hand-cut and very good on their own, but Capdeville also prepares them as poutine, a style of gravy cheese fries popular in Quebec where the term is slang for mess. Capdeville's laudable "mess" has a rich sauce au poivre and springy mozzarella curd. Burgers show impressive character with thick, crumble-textured patties and chewy onion rolls. The duck confit club on brioche with duck crackling replacing the bacon is another successful innovation."

— Ian McNulty, Gambit, July 12, 2010
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Fri dinner Mon–Sat. Late night Fri–Sat. Closed Sun.

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Warehouse District favorite Capdeville features beer- and whiskey-friendly upscale comfort food such as fried red beans and rice, meat pies, black and bleu burgers, fish tacos, and shrimp and grits.
 

"Burgers and fries form the bulk of the menu, and these too are offbeat. Fries are hand-cut and very good on their own, but Capdeville also prepares them as poutine, a style of gravy cheese fries popular in Quebec where the term is slang for mess. Capdeville's laudable "mess" has a rich sauce au poivre and springy mozzarella curd. Burgers show impressive character with thick, crumble-textured patties and chewy onion rolls. The duck confit club on brioche with duck crackling replacing the bacon is another successful innovation."

— Ian McNulty, Gambit, July 12, 2010
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon–Fri dinner Mon–Sat. Late night Fri–Sat. Closed Sun.

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