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Get Your Fill of Soul at the Congo Square Rhythms Festival

March 7, 2019 What's New

Where: Armstrong Park When: March 30 & 31. 2019 In the days before the Emancipation Proclamation, the only place enslaved Africans and free people of color were permitted to gather to practice t… Read More »

 

Café Beignet at the Old Coffee Pot to Open by Jazz Fest

February 24, 2019 What's New

Coming into town for Jazz Fest? Stop by Café Beignet at the Old Coffee Pot, next to Pat O’Brien’s and Preservation Hall. The new restaurant is slated to open before the first band t… Read More »

 

5 Top Dishes From Classic New Orleans Restaurants

January 7, 2019 What's New

  Commander's famous Bread Pudding Souffle When you arrive in New Orleans there are so many restaurants to choose from. It's even harder to pick items off the menu since there a… Read More »

 

19 Things You Have to Taste in 2019

January 1, 2019 What's New

Instead of making a list of things you shouldn't eat in 2019, here's a list of culinary experiences you shouldn't miss – in no particular order. In fact, we're going to start wit… Read More »

 

Did Somebody Say King Cake Festival? Oh, Baby!

December 22, 2018 What's New

In New Orleans, we have festivals celebrating oysters, po-boys, seafood, wine, fried chicken, BBQ, cocktails, gumbo, beignets, Creole tomatoes, boudin and tacos but, BABY, there’s still room on … Read More »

 

Landry's Presents A Celebration of the Centuries with Chef John Folse

November 9, 2018 What's New

A Journey Through New Orleans' Culinary History  Thursday, Dec. 6, 6:30 p.m. While there have been several Tricentennial events in New Orleans this year, we have to admit we're extr… Read More »

 

Get IneBRIEated at Fête des Fromages

November 1, 2018 What's New

This year, the French-American Chamber of Commerce of the Gulf Coast Region is sponsoring Fête des Fromages, A Festival of Cheeses, Wines & Music. The event will be held in the French Quarter on… Read More »

 

Café Degas: Our Impression

Restaurant Reviews

We’ve never been to Paris but after Saturday Brunch at Café Degas, we feel like we have been. Why wait for Sunday when you can brunch at this sweet little eatery on Esplanade on Saturdays… Read More »

 

A Tip of the Toque to Tujague’s New Chef, Thomas Robey

September 12, 2018 What's New

Chef Thomas Robey Chef Thomas Robey, who attended Johnson and Wales University for Culinary Arts, has found a new home at Tujague’s, the second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans.   … Read More »

 

Your Go-To Summer Salads Guide

July 1, 2018 What's New

Where To Find Great Salads in New Orleans When it’s hot and humid in New Orleans, nothing satisfies like a cold, crisp salad with just the right amount of crab meat, shrimp, Creole tomatoes a… Read More »

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