Pythian Market is a food hall and gathering space in Downtown New Orleans. In here you’ll find local food purveyors, a fast craft bar, and curated retail vendors. More than a food hall, Pythian Market is a place for community and a celebration of culture and the arts.
Want to learn more about what you’ll find at Pythian Market and the krewe behind it?
Meribo, pronounced "Muh-REE-bo" is a word we coined by combining two Italian words: Meridionale (southern) and Cibo (food). We like to think if an Italian chef was dropped off in south Louisiana this is the type of food they would cook.
Jason King, who founded Frencheeze, will operate a stall at The Pythian market serving an extended version of his truck menu. His sandwiches include the Rachel (smoked Gouda, provolone and rosemary pesto), the Bootz (cheddar, Colby and Swiss) and the Molly (goat cheese, avocados and tomatoes). The extra space at the market will let King offer more soups and specials.
Bringing Fresh, Delicious Vietnamese Food to Downtown NOLA
La Cocinita (“The Little Kitchen”) serves contemporary Venezuelan-inspired Latin American street food. The fresh, gourmet cuisine ranges from traditional Mexican tacos and tamales to less familiar Venezuelan fare such as arepas and cachapas.
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