By the top of the yr, Paloma might be serving Latin American-impressed food and drinks on the nook of Dauphine and Louisa streets in Bywater.
The restaurant, created by the Birmingham-based mostly espresso roaster Revelator, will take over the area that lately housed Cafe Henri and earlier than that Booty’s Road Meals.
“We all the time although the neighborhood and that area have been actually magical,” stated Colleen Connor, regional director for Revelator.
Revelator has an area coffeeshop on Tchoupitoulas Road within the Warehouse District.
At Paloma, two cooks will lead the kitchen: Danny Alas, who was born in Venezuela, and Justin Rodriguez, whose household is from the Dominican Republic. The pair each labored for chef Nina Compton at Compère Lapin. They presently run the Latin road-meals pop-up Melao.
The menu at Paloma, which may have vegan and gluten-free choices, consists of empanadas, pastelitos, churros, tortas, ceviche, soups and tapas.
The cocktails will even have Latin and Caribbean spirits and flavors.
“It is a gathering spot,” Connor stated. “The thought is to be tremendous approachable and tremendous reasonably priced.”
No glass of wine, for instance, might be greater than $9.
The 60-seat Paloma will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’ll open every day at 7:30 a.m.
“You’ll be able to come and do your espresso and WiFi within the morning,” Connor stated.
The restaurant plans to open in late December.
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Paloma: 800 Louisa St., New Orleans (opens late December), 504.304.3062
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