NOLA restaurant, Emeril's to reopen in late summer
NEW ORLEANS - Internationally recognized New Orleans chef Emeril Lagasse announced Monday that his restaurant, Emeril's, will reopen its doors for dinner service beginning August 31, according to WWL-TV.
Emril's closed in March of 2020 due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
"We are excited to reopen our doors at Emeril's and return to doing what we love," Lagasse explained in a news release.
The celebrity chef owns several restaurants in the Crescent City, and two of the eateries - Meril and Emeril's Table - have already reopened.
Emeril's opened its doors in 1990 to become Lagasse's first owned and operated restaurant.
A landmark of New Orleans' fine dining scene, the eatery will begin accepting reservations on July 20 for its August 31 opening.
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