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Chef Michael Farrell Opens New Orleans Bistreaux Photo

Chef Michael Farrell Opens New Orleans Bistreaux

February 4, 2011 Dining

“This will be a fun place to hang out with your friends,” said Farrell. “Pianist Paul Longstreth—who frequently performs with guys like Kermit Ruffins, Trombone Shorty, Charles Neville, Bob French, John Boutté a… Read More »

A Perfect Pairing Photo

A Perfect Pairing

February 4, 2011 Dining

Le Meritage opened in early 2009 in the space in the Maison Dupuy hotel formerly occupied by Dominique Macquet’s eponymous restaurant. Chef Michael Farrell is from Virginia originally and plied his trade in such diverse locations as Colorad… Read More »

A Night at Le Meritage in New Orleans by John DeMers Photo

A Night at Le Meritage in New Orleans by John DeMers

July 19, 2010 Dining

The simple good sense behind the concept at Le Meritage, a hip new restaurant in the New Orleans French Quarter, tends to disguise just how edgy the notion actually is. After all, even in a world with lots of “small plate” restaurants,… Read More »

Review by Satisfied Customer Photo

Review by Satisfied Customer

July 16, 2010 Uncategorized

I just wanted to drop a note to say what an excellent dining experience we had. We were in town for my 40th birthday and decided to check out the restaurant. The food was excellent and the service was perfect. I especially like the effect of havin… Read More »

Pairing wine and food at New Orleans restaurants Photo

Pairing wine and food at New Orleans restaurants

May 18, 2010 Uncategorized

By Benda Maitland for BestofNewOrleans.com At Le Meritage in the Maison Dupuy Hotel, Mark Nelson pairs wines with chef Michael Farrell’s eclectic, French-inspired cuisine. A veteran of resorts including California’s La Costa Resort… Read More »

Wall Street Journal Photo

Wall Street Journal

April 26, 2010 Uncategorized

New Orleans Editor Marisa Wong on what to do, where to stay and what to eat in New Orleans. Where to stay: The Roosevelt New Orleans (123 Baronne Street; 504-648-1200; therooseveltneworleans.com), off Canal Street, was bought by the Waldor… Read More »

James Beard Foundation to announce award nominees, stage benefit at Kingsley House in New Orleans Photo

James Beard Foundation to announce award nominees, stage benefit at Kingsley House in New Orleans

March 23, 2010 Uncategorized

New Orleans chefs, restaurateurs and writers have been amply decorated over the years by the James Beard Awards, the prestigious program run by the James Beard Foundation in New York City. Next week, the Foundation will be descending upon New Orle… Read More »

Maison Dupuy announces the 4th annual 2010 French Quarter Wine Festival Photo

Maison Dupuy announces the 4th annual 2010 French Quarter Wine Festival

December 21, 2009 Uncategorized

By Todd A. Price/The Times Picayune December 14, 2009, 3:00PM The Maison Dupuy announced this week its fourth annual French Quarter Wine Festival. The series of intimate wine dinners each highlights a vineyard from Oregon, California, Wash… Read More »

HIGH CONCEPT - Le Meritage's attention to flavor and detail make it one of the city's best new restaurants Photo

HIGH CONCEPT - Le Meritage's attention to flavor and detail make it one of the city's best new restaurants

October 9, 2009 Uncategorized

"Artfully Scrumptious Le Meritage" Friday, October 09, 2009 By Brett Anderson Restaurant writer You know how restaurant employees across the nation secretly agreed to greet every customer with the question, "Have yo… Read More »

Le Meritage puts emphasis on fine wines, upscale fare Photo

Le Meritage puts emphasis on fine wines, upscale fare

September 8, 2009 Uncategorized

by Tom Fitzmorris Few new restaurants in the past couple of years have been in the white tablecloth category, but that seems to be picking up. Le Meritage has had to push harder than the others for recognition. The Maison Dupuy assiduously… Read More »

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