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Restaurants Open Christmas

November 26, 2018 What's New

'Tis The Season to Let Us Do the Cookin' If you’re in town this holiday season but aren’t able to make a big feast, don’t fret! Some of our favorite restaurants will be se… Read More »

 

Reveillon Tradition Continues

November 12, 2018 What's New

    Réveillon is a New Orleans tradition dating back to the mid-1800s. Back then, Creole families celebrated Réveillon twice during the holidays, Christmas Eve and ag… 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 »

 

Stuffed with NOLA: Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving Day

October 12, 2018 What's New

In New Orleans, great food isn't reserved for holidays. We give thanks for our world-renowned chefs. award-winning restaurants, and fresh Gulf seafood every day. Many restaurants in Greater New Or… Read More »

 

October is Stein Time.

October 1, 2018 What's New

Here's To Beer! New Orleans, the land of the go cup, is slowly but surely becoming America’s next craft beer destination city. It seems like every time you turn around a new brewery or br… Read More »

 

Beignet Fest Proves There's More Than One Way to Beignet

October 1, 2018 What's New

Last year, Cafe Beignet placed first in the "Best Traditional Beignet Category. Take a sweet break from the same-old, same-old and join us on the Festival Grounds in New Orleans City Park for the… 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 »

 

Fun by the Forkful: Restaurant Week New Orleans

September 1, 2018 What's New

Mark Twain once said, “New Orleans food is as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin.” We think he’d approve of Restaurant Week New Orleans from September 10-16. Some of New … Read More »

 

COOLinary New Orleans 2018

July 17, 2018 What's New

Let your taste buds explore the city. Taste the best of New Orleans at the best prices of the year at COOLinary New Orleans. Join us for this annual culinary tradition featuring prix-fixe lunch… Read More »

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