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The menu at Table 10 is ingredient-driven and high quality, sourced from artisanal producers. Dishes at the Emeril Lagasse restaurant focus on seasonality, and even more on immediate freshness with daily specials. A chalkboard inside the restaurant tells you which local producers supply a number of the ingredients, so you’ll know exactly what you’re eating and where it came from. The casual, New Orleans-influenced food showcases many of Emeril’s favorite dishes, as well as the executive chef’s choices, such as the fried Great Lakes smelt; it’s not a fancy snack, but the smelt hits the spot as well as any soul food could. You’ll see New Orleans traditions, such as a chicken and Andouille sausage gumbo, with more original takes, such as the Iowa-raised whole roasted suckling pig “porchetta.” And the desserts at Table 10 include a range of rich, filling favorites and international influences, from the traditional New Orleans bananas fosters to the white chocolate malassadas. Emeril’s restaurants are known for their distinct New Orleans flair, and Table 10’s menu doesn’t disappoint.