Beloved Noble Savage Tavern reopens in downtown Shreveport
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - The much-loved Noble Savage Tavern is officially back in downtown Shreveport.
The bar and restaurant, which closed in November of 2021, reopened its doors to customers Wednesday, Sept. 21. This will be the third go-round for the establishment, as it is now under new ownership; the kitchen is also under new leadership.
The new executive chef, Brandon Sooter, says some fan favorites on the menu will be returning, such as the muffulettas and French onion soup. They’ll also be bringing in some new dishes, like marinated crab claws.
“To me, it’s all about creating that perfect bite, and that’s what almost every single entrée or appetizer has on the menu,” Sooter said. “I’ve curated a menu that I feel is encompassing, that has something for just about anyone that comes in. Anywhere from flatbreads, to marinated crab claws. We’ve got my take on if filet Oscar and shrimp and grits had a baby. It’s called the ultimate answer.”
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