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Three Muses

536 Frenchmen St. (Decatur St.) Send to Phone
504-252-4801 | Menu
Lively Three Muses offers an array of internationally inspired dishes.
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Lunch Sun., Dinner Wed.-Mon.
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Three Muses Restaurant Review

: Three Muses is a collaborative work of chef Daniel Esses and musician Sophie Lee. The tiny stage just inside the front door is the focal point of the long, narrow room. On that stage, from early in the evening (sometimes as early as 6 p.m.), local jazz musicians draw a crowd at a time when most nearby competitors haven’t quite fired up yet. Esses turns out such small plates as lamb sliders with tomato chutney, four-cheese herb ravioli, and sugarcane shrimp with chilled noodle salad. For dessert, there’s banana mascarpone strudel with banana, caramel and Mexican chocolate ice cream, and a real standout: peanut butter ecstasy pie. This is a good place to stop in for a cocktail after anywhere else you spend an evening, and there’s a brief wine list, too. And don’t be afraid to make a joyful noise --- that’s what this place is all about.

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