Red Square is now Parish Public House
Red Square has recently rebranded and expanded into Parish Public House, a “Louisiana Eatery & Drinkery”.
“It was always the plan to open our kitchen and expand the business beyond just our live music events, explains Verret. “That plan has finally come to fruition with the launch of Parish Public House. It is not just the menu that is inspired by Louisiana, but also the name itself. It’s well known in that region of the country that the parish in the Pelican State is akin to a county in New York; meaning, it’s an identity, a home and a community. With that in mind, a business that brings Cajun culture to the Capital City with a focus on freshness – in food, drink and performances – was created.
You know their head is in the right place because Bread and Honey on Madison is responsible for their Po Boy rolls. Check their menu and upcoming shows and pay them a visit soon.