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Sylvain
French Quarter
Reveillon Contemporary

REVEILLON CONTEMPORARY encourages new and innovative food products, trends and techniques. Ingredients are not limited to the historic time frame that would have been available. Chefs are invited to interpret Reveillon Menus for the modern-day patron. Think molecular gastronomy, small plates, deconstruction of classic dishes and nouvelle cuisine.

On May 22nd, 1796, Jean-Francois-Marmontel and Andre Getry's one-act comic opera Sylvain was performed in New Orleans. Residents hungry for something culturally rich, inventive and unpredictable were captivated by the performance. That same year, construction was completed on a three-story carriage house at what is now 625 Chartres Street by local landmark developer Don Andres Almonaster y Roxas. In the fall of 2010, Sylvain, a unique and sophisticated restaurant concept, was introduced to one of the world's most celebrated neighborhoods at the very site of Mr. Almonaster's Chartres Street carriage house. By celebrating the city's storied history as well as creating a menu and design aesthetic that blends both the past and future, Sylvain will provide an oasis of style and unmatched quality.
Open on these Holidays:
• Christmas Eve (NOT Serving Reveillon)
• New Year's Eve (NOT Serving Reveillon)
• New Year's Day (NOT Serving Reveillon)
$65
Five courses
www.sylvainnola.com