Planning on coming to town for the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE)? Then you better come hungry and make sure you’re thirsty. If you’re a local, I hope you already know that y… Read More »
Over the past couple of months, we've looked at the best New Orleans restaurants by street in the French Quarter, by neighborhood throughout the rest of the city and hopefully now you have a lot o… Read More »
The major thoroughfares aren’t the only streets with great restaurants in the French Quarter. Tucked into the side streets are a number of not to be missed dinning opportunities.
On these sid… Read More »
Chartres Street, pronounced CHAR-ters, isn’t as well-known as its sister streets the festive Bourbon Street and the regal Royal Street, but that doesn’t that mean you should skip it when you visit… Read More »
Running parallel to the Mississippi River in New Orleans is Decatur Street. It’s the home to sights like Jackson Square and just steps from the Moon Walk, the riverside promenade the traces the ed… Read More »
Royal Street is one of the oldest and best-known streets in New Orleans. It dates back to the French Colonial era, but is well-known for its antique shops and art galleries, along with its lovely wr… Read More »
Here in New Orleans, locals love to have breakfast or brunch at restaurants on the weekends. We relish nothing more than to sip coffee (or cocktails) while lingering over conversation, bacon and poach… Read More »
This year's Mardi Gras season is one to remember. With the Super Bowl mixed in, it's made for not only an extended holiday but also for a bigger, more exciting season. Now that the Super Bowl part is … Read More »
Last Saturday night, Judy Weitz celebrated her parents’ 70th wedding anniversary at Broussard’s, the historic New Orleans restaurant in the French Quarter.
Judy is the CEO of Compucast, the web de… Read More »