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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Erzulie

485 Pine St. (Belden Ln.) Send to Phone
415-362-3997
Louisiana lovers rejoice. The latest in Creole cooking is garnering a fierce lunch crowd on the popular Belden Lane near the Financial District. On sunny days, the outdoor tables are packed with revelers ordering up succulent po'boy sandwiches and two styles of gumbo---one with seafood, the other with andouille sausage and smoked duck.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Erzulie Restaurant Review

: Louisiana lovers rejoice. The latest in Creole cooking is garnering a fierce lunch crowd on the popular Belden Lane near the Financial District. The dining room has a clean, comfortable feel with exposed brick walls lined with photos of San Francisco and nicely-spaced tables covered with white linen. On sunny days, the outdoor tables are packed with revelers ordering up succulent po'boy sandwiches and two styles of gumbo---one with seafood, the other with andouille sausage and smoked duck. Other dishes worth a visit include moist crawfish cakes topped with a spicy mustard sauce and the smoky but sweet jerked chicken sandwich. The more relaxed evening crowd can start the night off with a house-made hot pepper-infused tequila or the vanilla vodka, which is mixed with root beer into an adult version of a float. Try the blackened snapper with pecan rice. Of course, beignets are the perfect end.
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