From the September 2010 Issue: NEW ORLEANS:Â A MANO Until recently, the Italian restaurants in New Orleans were the kind that served red sauce by the truckload. Now, with the opening of the terrific A Mano, the city’s Italian-food scene is a lot more interesting. Chef Josh Smith spends a lot of time shopping at the [...]
Semi-finalists for this yearâ€™s James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards were released this morning … among them was Chef Adolfo Garcia.
New Orleans Magazine -Restaurants Nouveaux best among newest Editors and Food Writers Select Favorite New Restaurants Excerpt featuring a Mano July 2010 a Mano By: Jay Forman Since a Mano opened last fall it has quickly found its stride, turning out authentic regional Italian cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere that manages to feel airy and [...]
New Orleans Experiences a Restaurant Renaissance By David Lee Simmons For the Atlanta Journal Constitution 12:24 p.m. Thursday, April 29, 2010 When it comes to dining in New Orleans, visitors arenâ€™t all that different from the locals. Both want to find their tried-and-true favorites where they can establish a relationship with a place and its [...]
At A Mano, Adolfo Garciaâ€™s latest culinary contribution to New Orleans’ Warehouse Arts district, the dining space offers a view to a salumi aging room. The guanciale thatâ€™s used to season bucatini all’Amatriciana hangs there, as well as various other cured meats prepared in-house to Italian tradition. Garcia and his co-chef, Joshua Smith, go hard [...]