Bayona in New Orleans Inducted by the Culinary Hall of Fame


Centennial, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/09/2013 -- Culinary Hall of Fame, LLC announced today that Bayona, a restaurant in New Orleans, has been inducted into the Culinary Hall of Fame.

About the Bayona Restaurant
In 1990 Susan Spicer and partner Regina Keever opened Bayona in a 200-year-old creole inspired cottage nestled in the French Quarters of New Orleans.

Chef Susan Spicer's french inspired cuisine soon earned national attention in Food and Wine, Saveur, and Food Arts, to Travel & Leisure, Bon Appetit, The New York Times and others.

After more than 21 years, the menu prices remain an outstanding value for a world class restaurant. Awards and and Accolades include:

Top Ten in New Orleans (Lagniappe), Top 50 in the World (Restaurant Magazine), Four Stars (Mobil Travel Guide), America's Top Tables (Gourmet Magazine), Ivy Award (Restaurant and Institution Magazine), Culinary Award of Excellence (Robert Mondavi), Top Five Restaurants (Zagat), and others.

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