A Southern Oyster Bar Revival
"When the husband and wife chefs Brandon Blackwell and Jennifer Sherrod-Blackwell took over the eight-seat oyster bar inside historic St. Roch Market, they created a streamlined menu of much-loved standards..."
These 10 Restaurants Serve the Best Oysters in New Orleans
“Due to its location in between the Mississippi and the Gulf of Mexico, New Orleans cuisine is all about seafood. Home to centuries-old oyster bars, NOLA restaurants are shucking the some of the country's best. New Orleans is also the birthplace of the famous dishes Oysters Rockefeller and Oysters Bienville. These 10 spots are serving the best oysters in New Orleans, and they won't disappoint.”
From Le Zoo to St. Roch Market, Lisa Chadwick Has Made Oyster-Shucking an Art Form
"It's a busy evening at St. Roch Market, the elegant collection of a dozen or so small restaurants hidden on a top floor in the Design District. A pride event is happening, and the usual after-work crowd is peppered with drag queens sipping drinks garnished with rainbow flags.”
These 13 restaurants are helping build an oyster reef - and restore Louisiana's coast
"Twelve New Orleans restaurants and one catering service are helping build an oyster reef and restore Louisiana's threatened coastline in the process. They're saving and donating oyster shells -- tons of them -- to the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana."
9 best crab cakes in New Orleans
“The crab cake at Elysian Seafood, at St. Roch Market, is a meal unto itself, served over a generous spill of roasted potatoes, onions and poblano peppers. The dish is Elysian’s best-seller, though Brandon Blackwell, the business’s co-owner and chef, changes the recipe with the seasons. He’s currently finishing the cake with a thick corn-cream sauce. The sauce on the pictured cake, from June 2015, is poblano-tinted aioli."
A Definitive Guide to St. Roch Market Food Hall
“The only concept in both the New Orleans and Miami branches of St. Roch Market, with good reason. Their oysters are go-to back in The Big Easy and their limitless knowledge of seafood is not to be questioned. "