BOUCHERIE

Contemporary Southern Cuisine

Thank you for the love and support of Boucherie. As always, we welcome you back to join us in our indoor and our covered outdoor dining area.    We are now offering Family Style takeout options, call-in or online ordering. We are also partnered with D’Livery Nola for any delivery needs. All menus can be found under the ‘Menu’ tab. Please wear a mask when entering the building or interacting with our employees. Our restaurant is socially distanced, inside and outside, and will accept parties up to 6, in guidelines with Phase 1 Nola. You can call the restaurant or reserve through Resy. We look forward to seeing you!

Our History

When Southern Louisiana was still new, the tradition of a Boucherie must have been as ritual to the first Cajun peoples as Mardi Gras and Jazz fest are to us now.

Communities would gather at the beginning of the more difficult times of year to help one another complete their seasonal stores born out of the feast made possible by the whole of the people gathered. Each family that took part in a Boucherie would take home a portion of the hogs slaughtered during the celebration, and every community that held one did so in turn; ensuring that the rotation of the pigs that made up the celebration could last through the winter.

Today, as in the past, Boucheries are both preformed as traditional intimate family affairs, as well as being the basis for huge festivals and celebrations throughout Southern Louisiana.

About Boucherie New Orleans

Our History

When southern Louisiana was still new, the tradition of a Boucherie must have been as ritual to the first Cajun peoples as Mardi Gras and Jazz fest are to us now.

Communities would gather at the beginning of the more difficult times of year to help one another complete their seasonal stores born out of the feast made possible by the whole of the people gathered. Each family that took part in a Boucherie would take home a portion of the hogs slaughtered during the celebration, and every community that held one did so in turn; ensuring that the rotation of the pigs that made up the celebration could last through the winter.

Today, as in the past, Boucheires are both preformed as traditional intimate family affairs, as well as being the basis for huge festivals and celebrations throughout southern Louisiana.

About Boucherie New Orleans