While quirky, one-off dinners are a dime a dozen in New Orleans these days, Mosquito Supper Club looks to be a game changer by creating dining experiences that are both rustic and elegant, keeping more in line with the social-club-meets-dinner-party atmosphere of an old-fashioned supper club than a fly-by-night pop-up.
The dinners, which will be held at The Tigermen Den on Royal Street in the Bywater, have limited seating, and subscribe to a menu that showcases classic Louisiana ingredients. For the next dinner on June 29, the menu features deviled eggs with lump crabmeat and a cucumber and tomato salad with Steen's vinegar.
Martin will also be making bouillie pies — a classic Cajun sweet dough pie with a custard filling unavailable anywhere else in New Orleans — from her secret family recipe.
On June 8, Mosquito Supper Club will also host a kid-friendly "fais do do" brunch at The Tigermen Den, complete with live zydeco music, boudin, and "pop rouge" ice cream.
For more information about the new supper club or to make reservations, visit the website.
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This looks great.