Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $40 worth of Cajun food for two or more
- $50 for $75 worth of Cajun food for four or more
Since opening its doors in October 2014, Epiphany Bistro has exploded into a celebration of Cajun and Creole cuisine. But while some items, like spice-dotted jambalaya, golden fried chicken, and slaw-heaped po' boys can be expected, Epiphany chefs boast a creative spirit that makes the whole menu unpredictable. For example, a brunch, lunch, dinner, or catered event might also incorporate veggie spring rolls, mango ceviche, or lasagna. Chefs sometimes even build deconstructed takes on NOLA classics. For example, at one event, they placed fried bites of Cajun mustard tilapia on lemon slices, garnished each with a parsley sprig, and served the little sculptures with house-made remoulade and tartar sauce.