Don't leave your desires for a gourmet lunch up to chance -- direct yourself toward Serendipity on Orleans Avenue and discover delectable fusion fare, courtesy of chef Chris DeBarr.
o $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at lunch
o Menu blends local Acadian and Creole flavors with Spanish, Indian, & Caribbean cuisine
o Solid 4-star rating on OpenTable, where diners praise the "unique combination of flavors"
o Notable dishes: Tequila-Mango Shrimp Poor Boy, dressed with lively Vietnamese pickled vegetables, and Bison & Bacon Meatloaf, boasting a unique twist on a hearty winter favorite
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With more than two decades of experience, Chris DeBarr takes to the kitchen with a flair for borrowing flavors from the world over to produce surprisingly incredible results -- which made him a natural as a contestant for the Food Network's Chopped. This newly opened restaurant in the old American Can Company building offers an urban atmosphere accented by exposed pipes and an impressive wine-bottle chandelier.
"Serendipity is a great addition to the vibrant restaurant scene... the flavors are savory, complex, and creative. A delightful new destination for foodies!" -- OpenTable
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