Stomachs only growl when they’re hungry or preparing to bite the hand that keeps tickling them. Tame the beast within with today’s Groupon to Nola Creole Kitchen and Music House. Choose between the following options:
- For $8, you get $16 worth of creole cuisine and drinks for two or more people during lunch.
- For $15, you get $32 worth of creole cuisine and drinks for four or more people during lunch.<p>
The culinary savants at Nola Creole Kitchen and Music House quell cravings for southern flavour with a lunch menu that tempts diners to share tapas, down soups, and munch both vegetarian and meaty sandwiches. For shared andouille-sausage tapas ($8), patrons team up, sketch out detailed bite-by-bite strategies on their napkins, and then conquer meaty morsels that arrive at tables grilled in sautéed spinach, coated in creole mustard, and flanked by a baguette. Gumbo ($7) drenches palates in a spicy brew of sausage, crab, and shrimp, while companion’s teeth sink into a blackened salmon burger ($12). Handheld bites include a grilled vegetable po boy sandwich drizzled in red pepper aioli ($9), or a barbecue-beef po boy layered with crispy fried onions and slow braised meat ($9). Throughout meals, an extensive drink menu calls upon cocktails, wine, and beer to vanquish thirst. Eaters can also return in the evening to sate hungry ears with the tunes of visiting musicians who arrive six nights a week to perform eclectic styles such as swing, jazz, and traditional Celtic silent stares.