FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA— Curio Restaurant is excited to announce it has recently launched several lunch specials available Monday through Friday from 11AM until 3PM. The Curio Combos and Curio Box give diners several options for an upscale lunch at an affordable price. Chef Hayley has crafted two Curio Combos, each served with choice of either roast duck & black eyed pea gumbo or chef’s soup du jour. The entrée choices are Panéed Pork Po Boy ($10) or Chicken Confit Salad ($11). The Curio Box, which is a convenient “To Go” option for guests, features a house made sandwich that changes daily, with a bag of Zapp’s potato chips and a bottle of water for only $10.
“I think, in general, people expect dining out in the French Quarter to be an all-day affair,” states Marv Ammari, Chief Executive Officer of Creole Cuisine. “Chef Hayley’s new lunch specials give diners who are in a hurry a quicker, delicious option.”
Chef Hayley’s full lunch menu includes starters such as shrimp boulettes, steamed whitewater mussels, grit tots with roasted red pepper coulis, chilled blue crab claws, and a bistro board of artisanal cheese and cured meats. Sandwich options include grilled vegetable focaccia, roast turkey Cuban, and a Curio burger. Lunch entrees feature several salads: crispy oyster chopped salad, sweet and spicy pickled shrimp salad, and seared sushi grade tuna salad. Other options include grilled rib-eye, roast duck cavatappi, and grilled bakkafrost salmon. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays and Curio is open for dinner seven days a week.
301 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
About Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts: Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts includes upscale restaurants (Broussard’s, Kingfish, Bombay Club, Boulevard American Bistro, Tommy’s Cuisine, Tomas Bistro, NOSH and Curio), casual restaurants (The Bayou Burger & Sports Company, Big Easy Café and Daiquiri’s, Big Easy Daiquiri, Café Maspero, Chartres House, Creole House, Crescent City Pizza Works, Daiquiri Paradise, Pier 424 Seafood Market, The Original Pierre Maspero’s, Royal House and Oyster Bar), multiple Big Easy Café and Daiquiris, as well as special event venues, Bourbon Vieux and Marché. Creole Cuisine was recently named the “Top Workplace for Large Companies” in the New Orleans area by NOLA.com and The Times-Picayune. For more information, please visit CreoleCuisine.com.