Working lunches at NOLA

Dig into smoked meats, while you devise a strategy to smoke your competitors...

It’s hard to beat the deep south for a good feed, heart-warming spirits and generous hospitality; and they're the same ingredients that contribute to a successful and satisfying working lunch at NOLA Smokehouse and Bar. With newly installed data connections and a television in their private dining room, working lunches just became a whole lot more enjoyable.

Up to eighteen people can share the space, talking shop over southern-style meats, ethically-sourced seafood and maybe the odd Sazerac, before retiring to the bar to toast the day’s successes with one of 600+ American whiskies. If you prefer a little more privacy and table service, then secure a spot in the French Quarter, where the NOLA team will take care of your every need.


Set menus in the private dining room commence from $100 per person and offer a selection of some of NOLA’s signature dishes to choose from. In addition, snacks and canapés can also be provided to ease you and your team through the session.

To add some Southern Style to your next business lunch, get in touch with the NOLA team on (02) 9188 3039 or info@nolasydney.com.


NOLA Smokehouse and Bar is located in Tower One (Level 1, enter from Shipwright Walk)

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