Located in a quiet Uptown neighborhood surrounded by candy-colored shotguns and an embarrassment of floral riches, Clancy’s is a hidden, old-school diamond serving Creole classics in non-stuffy, white tablecloth environs. An expansive array of veal options (including veal liver Lyonnaise and a house special “paneed veal Annunciation”) speak to New Orleans’ Italian roots, while seared sea scallops in Steen’s cane syrup–vinegar brown butter pull from the Cajun flavors of the Atchafalaya Basin.
Know Before You Go: Reservations should likely be made well in advance for the (relatively) small space. And don’t be alarmed by the quantity of people wearing what looks to be a navy-blazer-and-khakis uniform.
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