Poydras & Peters
Offering approachable and affordable American fare that invokes curiosity and fun, Poydras & Peters uses fresh and locally sourced ingredients, reflecting the dynamic landscape of New Orleans cuisine.
Our new restaurant pays homage to the cultural diversity and historical significance of the Poydras Market of 1838. Poydras & Peters takes inspiration from the melting pot of cultures represented at the Market, and brings beautifully diverse flavors to each dish on the menu. The bar program at the restaurant serves up seasonal craft cocktails and locally inspired small plates, while also offering local craft beers, over 45 whiskeys and a local rum flight.
About Poydras Market
The Poydras Market (1832-1938) occupied the land in the center of Poydras Street between South Rampart and Baronne Street, featuring local seafood and produce brought to the area by the New Basin Canal.