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July 18 is Caviar Day

Pierre St-Jean

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - Caviar Day is coming soon. Yes, there is a day dedicated to the delicious roe and it is celebrated on July 18. So, the obvious way to celebrate Caviar Day is to eat caviar and here are some of the places you should visit to enjoy the savory luxury.

Effervescence

Located on the edge of the French Quarter at 1036 North Rampart, Effervescence is a "bubbles and bites" lounge. They offer dishes such as Grilled Octopus, Grilled Cheese Wheel, Fruits de Mer, and others. Pairing those dishes with wine and bubbles would be great for the occasion. The restaurant operates with a limited capacity from Friday to Sunday.

Restaurant R'evolution

Restaurant R'evolution offers indoor dining with dishes such as Crab Beignets, Turtle Soup, Death by Gumbo, Seared Sea Scallops, and more. The restaurant opens from Wednesday to Sunday.

The Tasting Room

It is a wine and cocktail bar located in the Lower Garden District. The Tasting Room offers a mélange of flavors with live music on weekends, features a full bar with various scotches, bourbons, and whiskeys, and offers exceptional wine choices.

Seaworthy

Seaworthy offers seafood, oysters from all three coasts, and cocktails. It is an oyster bar and its menu features wild-caught and sustainably harvested oysters, and locally sourced fish. Seaworthy is open from Wednesday to Sunday.

Restaurant August

The cuisine here, which focuses on local ingredients, is contemporary Creole. The restaurant was included in "Guide to America's Best Restaurants" and "Top 50 Restaurants" from Gourmet Magazine with dishes such as Crispy P&J Oysters, Crispy Louisiana Soft-shell Crab, and Potato Gnocchi. It is open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 5 p.m to 10 p.m.

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