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Apolline

4729 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

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Apolline, the contemporary Creole restaurant and bar located on Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans, opened its doors November 2011. Apolline, a popular name for daughters in French-Creole culture meaning “gift from Apollo” comes from the ladies featured in John Preble paintings adorning the walls of the converted double shotgun house. Led by an experienced team of fine dining veterans, both the space and the cuisine are a celebration of New Orleans culture.

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4729 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

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icon-cuisine-typeCuisine Type
Cajun
Contemporary American
Creole
icon-meals-servedMeals Served
Dinner
Brunch
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Brunch
Tue-Fri • 11:00 am-2:00 pm
Sat-Sun • 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Dinner
Tue-Thu • 5:30 pm-9:30 pm
Friday • 5:00 pm-10:30 pm
Saturday • 5:30 pm-10:30 pm
Sunday • 5:30 pm-9:30 pm

Closed Monday
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$$
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Casual
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Street
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Extensive Wine List
Full Bar
Outdoor Dining
Seasonal Menus
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Bar
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Private Parties
Private Rooms
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Executive Chef, Matthew Farmer

Chef Matthew Farmer was born in Metairie, Louisiana and has loved cooking since the age of 6 when his Aunt Carol gave him his first cookbook entitled "Strictly for Boys". After graduating from De La Salle high school, it took him a brief stint studying business at LSU to make him realize that cooking should be his career not just his passion. After enrolling in a local culinary program, he began working at Sandro's Trattoria, and after graduation became the Head Chef. Eventually his thirst for knowledge and experience led him to other kitchens throughout the city, until he settled in as the Sous Chef at Salu in Uptown New Orleans. In late 2011 he accepted the Executive Chef position at Apolline Restaurant where he continually strives to make creative dishes with fresh, locally grown ingredients. He is known for his French Contemporary cuisine with Creole influences.

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brunch, dinner, contemporary american, cajun, creole, uptown, new orleans, magazine street, outdoor dining, seasonal menu, extensive wine list, full bar, smart casual

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