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 Located in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans, N7 is a neighborhood French restaurant and wine bar. Founded by filmmaker Aaron Walker and chef Yuki Yamaguchi, N7 specializes in French cuisine, often infused with a Japanese touch.  The restaurant is set off the street behind a tall fence amidst a garden, with indoor and outdoor seating. The building was previously home to a tire shop. Before that it was a stable for carriage horses.  The wine menu is focused on small European winemakers who adhere to a natural, handmade approach to winemaking: little or no added sulfites, natural yeasts and the use of no pesticides.  N7’s name derives from Nationale 7 (N7), the highway that once ran from Paris to the border of Italy. Known as the “Route des Vacances”, vacationing Parisians would take the road on their way South. Along the way, the Michelin Guide would direct them to the mom and pop restaurants which began to appear in farmhouses and hotels along the way to cater to them. Hence the origin of the Michelin Star.

Located in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans, N7 is a neighborhood French restaurant and wine bar. Founded by filmmaker Aaron Walker and chef Yuki Yamaguchi, N7 specializes in French cuisine, often infused with a Japanese touch.

The restaurant is set off the street behind a tall fence amidst a garden, with indoor and outdoor seating. The building was previously home to a tire shop. Before that it was a stable for carriage horses.

The wine menu is focused on small European winemakers who adhere to a natural, handmade approach to winemaking: little or no added sulfites, natural yeasts and the use of no pesticides.

N7’s name derives from Nationale 7 (N7), the highway that once ran from Paris to the border of Italy. Known as the “Route des Vacances”, vacationing Parisians would take the road on their way South. Along the way, the Michelin Guide would direct them to the mom and pop restaurants which began to appear in farmhouses and hotels along the way to cater to them. Hence the origin of the Michelin Star.

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N7's menu changes as the seasons do, according to what is available from our purveyors and what we grow in our own garden.

We also offer nightly specials, which change every few days or so. The chalkboard gives a sample night.

Our dishes are generally served family style for the entire table, meant to be shared. We do not course our dishes in the general sense, but let them flow from the kitchen as they are ready.

If you want your meal coursed or want your dishes served all at once, each person to their own plate, please alert your server.

 

 

RESERVATIONS and QUERIES

N7 accepts limited reservations throughout the week and on weekends. Reservations are accepted up to 30 days in advance.

For larger parties of ten or more, we offer a pre-fix menu with appetizers, first and second courses, and dessert. Please inquire.

For information about private events, please contact us with details of your request.

For press inquiries, to purchase gift certificates, or to request a reservation, please email: contact@n7nola.com.

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HOURS
Mon-Thurs 6pm-10pm
Fri and Sat 6pm-11pm

LOCATION
1117 Montegut Street, New Orleans, Louisiana 70117