San Antonio foodies who have been crushed when New Orleans-inspired idea Cookhouse closed in 2020 may have a number of possibilities subsequent month to relive its decadence.
In a social media submit, chef-owner Pieter Sypesteyn stated he is bringing Cookhouse dishes again for a restricted dinner collection on Saturdays, Dec. 2, 9 and 16. The dinners will happen at NOLA Brunch & Beignets, 720 E. Mistletoe Ave., the noon eatery working contained in the constructing that was once Cookhouse.
“You’ve requested for it, we listened! Nola Brunch & Beignets is happy to announce Cookhouse Nights, a restricted dinner collection that includes basic @the_cookhouse favorites,” a Nov. 16 submit learn. “Laissez les bon temps rouler!”
The four-course, prix-fixe menu will function previous Cookhouse favorites equivalent to duck and andouille sausage gumbo, New Orleans barbecue shrimp and bread pudding. Oysters — each charbroiled and uncooked — additionally will likely be out there for buy.
Tickets for the dinners will run $129 per individual, and visitors can add a wine pairing improve for $64. Costs embrace tax and gratuity.
Cookhouse opened in 2014, providing Sypesteyn’s tackle Cajun and Creole fare. His barbecue shrimp, po’boys and pork cutlet dishes — the latter of which Present restaurant reviewer, Ron Bechtol known as “skinny, tender and fantastically crusty” in a 2020 evaluate — shortly grew to become fan favorites.
Cookhouse closed on the finish of 2020 to make approach for Golden Wat Noodle Home, a Cambodian idea that includes the take of Susan Sypesteyn — Pieter’s spouse and enterprise associate — on the Cambodian fare of her upbringing.
NOLA Brunch & Beignets moved into the area in February 2021. Tickets for Sypesteyn’s dinner Cookhouse dinner collection are out there on the NOLA web site.