Blog Profile / Eater: Nola

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Archived Since:September 12, 2016

Blog Post Archive

The 15 Essential New Orleans Breakfasts Spots

After all, it’s the most important meal of the day New Orleanians love nothing more than lingering at breakfast, enjoying conversation and sometimes cocktails during the most important meal of the day. For that reason, there are a lot...Show More Summary

Sad News — Mat & Naddie’s Has Turned Out the Lights

The longtime Riverbend restaurant closed permanently Tuesday Mat & Nadie’s served its final meal on Tuesday night before turning out the lights on the longtime restaurant located where Freret meets the river, reports Ian McNulty. Chef...Show More Summary

Chefs Share Gulf Coast Dining Faves

And more top dining intel Headed to the beach over Memorial Day weekend? Six chefs share Gulf Coast dining faves. [NOLA.COM] Treme Coffee Shop (1501 St. Phillip Street) got hit three times over a two day period by the same suspected burglar, police said. Show More Summary

Mizado Latin Kitchen Just Decided Not to Close After All

Your love saved it Christmas just came early for all the folks upset about the closing of taco, ceviche, and margarita hub Mizado Latin Kitchen — it won’t close after all. After an overwhelming response to the news that the popular spot...Show More Summary

Royal Brewery Cuts the Ribbon with Insane Music Line-Up in Da East

Louisiana’s newest craft brewery is opening today The 33rd licensed brewery in Louisiana, Royal Brewery, opens today in New Orleans East with a magnificently musical grand opening schedule running through Memorial Day weekend. The craft...Show More Summary

Critic Brett Anderson Annoints Central City BBQ Winner of the NOLA Barbecue Scene

Critics’ reviews are all about meat this week Brett Anderson crowns Central City BBQ the best barbecue restaurant New Orleans has ever seen, which is a big deal since the cinder block barbecue joint let its pit master go in late March (only three months after opening). Show More Summary

Queenie’s, a New Daiquiri and Pie Shop, Sweetens St. Claude Avenue

The grand opening party is on May 25 New daiquiri and pie shop Queenie’s on St. Claude is spreading joy with its opening on St. Claude Avenue with “daiquiris, mini-pies and stick-to-you-ribs food,” reports Todd Price. Amanda Bybee and...Show More Summary

Deadly Virus Threatens Louisiana Crawfish Industry

And more top dining intel The Southwest Louisiana crawfish industry is facing a deadly virus called white spot syndrome virus, a crippling disease that was first discovered in Thailand. [FOX8] Twenty-three year old man Ruiyang Zou disappeared after leaving Fahy's Irish Pub in the French Quarter on Saturday around 4:30 pm. Show More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About NOWFE 2017

The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience starts Thursday The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience (NOWFE) kicks off this Thursday and runs through Sunday, May 25-28, with a wide range of wine and food events including wine pairing dinners,...Show More Summary

Banana Blossom Moves to a New Home in Downtown Gretna

The new location of the Thai hot spot will open in October Gretna Thai gem Banana Blossom (2112 Belle Chasse Hwy., Gretna) is moving to a new location in an old corner store, just two miles away from its current home in October, reports Ian McNulty. Show More Summary

Where to Eat at Louis Armstrong International Airport

The best options in and around MSY The Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) may end up being your first or last taste of New Orleans. There’s no sense in not doing it up right. While the airport isn’t quite the dining destination...Show More Summary

Dave & Buster's Finally Arrives in New Orleans

The time-suck temple is here to destroy the city Dave & Buster’s (1200 Poydras St), the 40,000 square foot windowless national destination for drinkers, junk food diners, TV-watchers and the video game-obsessed, opens today in New Orleans. Show More Summary

Contemporary Coastal Restaurant Anchoring in the Warehouse District This Summer

Briquette will open this summer Chef Robert Vazquez and Lindsey Jo Vasquez are opening “contemporary coastal” spot Briquette at 701 South Peters, the second restaurant they have planned to open in the Warehouse District this summer, reports Todd Price. Show More Summary

Mandeville’s Opal Basil Finds a New Home in the Warehouse District

This summer, Old Mandeville’s recently shuttered Southern meets Southwestern tapas-style restaurant, Opal Basil, will move to a “revamped” home in the Warehouse District at 719 South Peters Street. Chef Robert Vazquez is originally from...Show More Summary

Watch Saints Rookies Try Crawfish for the First Time

And more top dining intel New Orleans Saints rookies try crawfish for the first time in this adorable video. [WDSU] Legendary oyster bar and oyster loaf slinger Casamento’s will lock its doors this week for an annual break that begins this Saturday at 3 pm. Show More Summary

New Orleans Now Has Non-Stop Flights to Germany

Here’s what to eat when you get there New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) recently added non-stop service to Frankfurt, Germany, on Condor Airlines. This is a big deal. It’s the second European service to launch from...Show More Summary

A New Peruvian Spot Will Bestow Pisco and Ceviche Upon Magazine Street Soon

Tito Ceviche and Pisco will open in early August The vine-covered building on Magazine Street, home to a dizzying number of restaurants over the years, is getting a new tenant: Peruvian restaurant, Tito Ceviche and Pisco (5015 Magazine St.) will open in early August, reports Todd Price. The building is also getting a makeover. Show More Summary

Sad News — Adolpho Garcia’s Primitivo Will Close

Saturday is the final day for the Central City restaurant Primitivo, restaurateur Adolpho Garcia’s Central City jewel anchored by a giant hearth and cooking sensibilities that pay homage to the caveman, will shutter this coming Saturday,...Show More Summary

Critic Declares Domenica’s Pizza ‘The Best of All Time Locally’

Plus Critic Helen Freund is sweet on Bywater Bakery While critic Tom Fitzmorris finds that the “lack of tablecloths and the use of smallish china with no underliners of any kind makes for a glaring comfort deficiency (at least to [his] sensitivities)” he still gives Domenica in the Roosevelt Hotel an overwhelmingly positive review. Show More Summary

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