|Estelle's is launching as a daytime "burger joint" Monday, April 15.|
The focus of the simple menu is burgers and salads. Executive chef Eric Gburski has created a menu with five different burgers: Estelle’s B n’ B pickles ($7.95); Double Trouble with double American cheese, tomato, onion, Estelle’s B n’ B pickles ($12.95); Cajun turkey burger ($9.95); crispy catfish burger ($10.95); and, vegan burger, a black-eyed pea and corn burger with lettuce, tomato, onion, Estelle’s B n’ B pickles ($8.95) - all on potato rolls, except for the vegan burger. There will also be four salad options, priced $9.95-$11.95.
“We’re building a neighborhood restaurant,” said Gburski. “Trying to get activity in the neighborhood, get some foot traffic here.” Plus, added Gburski, the burger and salad menu doesn’t compete with the nearby Parish Café, which is known for its broad sandwich menu.
Estelle's owner Gordon Wilcox also owns the Parish Cafés along with other restaurants, including Poe's Kitchen at the Rattlesnake, The Tip Tap Room and Flash's.
Estelle’s features 30 beers on tap and 70 by the bottle.
Estelle’s opened last winter. It has been serving brunch on the weekends, and lunch on Saturday. The new lunch hours will be Monday through Saturday, 11:30 AM to 5 PM. Estelle’s is open for dinner, with the bar serving until 2 AM (857-250-2999).