New Orleans Sweet Treats

In a town known for decadence and overindulgence, it’s important to know where to score your next sugar fix. Fortunately, there are some hidden gems whether you crave your sweets hot, cold, or in-between.  Here is a sampler of some … Continue reading

Uptown Brunch: Dante’s Kitchen and Atchafalaya

The lazy weekend brunch, which likely includes signature morning cocktails, is a venerable New Orleans tradition. A fine brunch is a great way to fit in one more meal to your NOLA eating agenda — or it might help you … Continue reading

Peche Seafood Grill

Pêche Seafood Grill is a James Beard award-winning seafood restaurant in the Warehouse District. In 2014, Pêche was voted Best New Restaurant in the nation— surpassing heavy-hitter nominees from New York and San Francisco. Two years since it opened, Pêche continues … Continue reading

La Boulangerie Bakery on Magazine St.

La Boulangerie is an amazing artisanal bakery and lunch spot in Uptown that’s a Francophile’s dream come true. Sure, there are plenty of places in town that have a French influence, but La Boulangerie (whose proprietors came from France) truly … Continue reading

Nirvana Indian Cuisine in New Orleans

New Orleans may not have many Indian restaurants, but when it does, the food is done well. Nirvana Indian Cuisine on Magazine St in the Uptown neighborhood is no exception. Nirvana stays true to traditional Indian dishes in both ingredients … Continue reading

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at Sucré Sweets Boutique

Since 2007, Sucré has delighted New Orleans as a refined dessert boutique serving up fine chocolates, macarons, king cakes and other specialty items. Sucré features an award-winning executive chef, Tariq Hanna, who has worked closely with a team of expert … Continue reading

Treat Mom to a Special Mother’s Day New Orleans Trip

Looking for something special to do for Mom this Mother’s Day? Why not plan a trip to New Orleans, one of the most cultured cities in the country? You and your mother will find plenty to do, from seeing the … Continue reading

Cours de Cuisine: A New Orleans French Cooking Class

New Orleans cuisine is a compendium of different food ethnicities, from the Caribbean to Africa to Europe, and that includes French cooking. French culture was vital in the founding of New Orleans as a city and its vibrant culture, and … Continue reading

Dining at the Court of Two Sisters

If you read the long history of this extremely antiquated building, with records of the property dating back to at least 1726, you’ll find that 613 Royal St (once known as 613 Rue Royale) has been everything from a governor’s … Continue reading