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Taking Festival Food to a New Level at the French Quarter Festival

April 4, 2011 Articles

When you think of festival food, what usually comes to mind? Around the country, most people are eating hamburgers and hotdogs, some funnel cakes, and maybe a few slices of pizza. Not here in the Fren… Read More »

 

The French Quarter Wine Festival Opens Tonight

March 18, 2011 Articles

Tonight marks the opening of the French Quarter Wine Festival at the Maison Dupuy Hotel. Over 50 wines will be available for sampling from this year's featured wineries. Chef Michael Farrell will also… Read More »

 

Vegetarianism in the Big Easy

February 21, 2011 Articles

By: Marica Mackenroth Being a vegetarian for over 8 years, I have had time to learn the "ins" and the "outs" of dining meatless in the Big Easy. Some may think this is quite a feat, impossible even, b… Read More »

 

Staff Luncheon at Broussard's

December 21, 2010 Articles

The Compucast staff recently had the opportunity to play tourist and dine at Broussard's Restaurant on Rue Conti in the French Quarter. Not only was it a wonderful day to get out of the office, it was… Read More »

 

Chef's Christmas Corral and Charity at Broussard's

December 8, 2010 Articles

Chef Gunter Preuss, German-born chef/owner of Broussard's Restaurant, and Chef Horst Pfeiffer, German-born chef/owner of Middendorf's Seafood Restaurant, invite you to celebrate the season of good ti… Read More »

 

December Revellion Menu from Antoine's Restaurant

November 23, 2010 Articles

Antoine's Restaurant has announced their December Revellion Menu. Starting December 1st and available for Lunch and Dinner, a true New Orleans Holiday tradition. Click here to view Antoine's Restauran… Read More »

 

Fun, Affordable Times at Margaritaville

November 8, 2010 Articles

While walking in the French Quarter this past weekend, my wife and I decided to try something different for dinner. We checked several menus posted near front doors for selection and pricing, but we … Read More »

 

CREOLE vs. CAJUN

November 1, 2010 Articles

By John DeMers & Rhonda Findley RHONDA: Creole vs. Cajun? John, you make it sound like Ali vs. Frazier or something. Is it a championship bout at the Louisiana Superdome, or are we talking great N… Read More »

 

Tomatoes? We're not scared!

June 16, 2008 Articles

By: Marica Mackenroth With recent news of a tomato health scare, we at NewOrleansRestaurants.com think that it’s a perfect opportunity to shed some light on our beloved Creole tomatoes. Grown only i… Read More »

 

"I love you once, I love you twice, I love you better than beans and rice": A Look at the New Orleans Red Bean Tradition

May 16, 2008 Articles

By Marica Mackenroth Typically the start of the work week brings things like morning traffic or football to mind. In New Orleans, this is true, but it also makes our tummies growl, as Mondays… Read More »

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