- $29 for $40 worth of oysters and creole cuisine
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The Parish works directly with small oyster farms along the northwest coastline, ensuring its kitchen remains stocked with the freshest oysters on the market. These protein-packed morsels are the star of the restaurant's raw bar, where they pair with a selection of accoutrements ranging mushroom béchamel sauce to chili-laced bourbon.
However, diners who scan the menu past the oysters will discover a treasure trove of authentic creole delicacies. A roster of small plates features crispy frog legs, turtle soup, and crawfish pie baked in a homemade crust. The entrees carry that same New Orleans tune, especially in wild boar gumbo and shrimp po' boys served on french rolls that are soft enough to replace a stolen bike seat.