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A Food Hall is Coming to the Warehouse District

The folks at St. Roch Market are behind the project The folks behind St. Roch Market are planning a new food hall for the Warehouse District, reports Ann Maloney of NOLA.Com. The Auction House Market (801 Magazine St.) will house 10 independent food purveyors and space for special events. Show More Summary

Due North by Legacy Kitchen Lands in Mandeville

It’s bringing a disco brunch with it. Due North by Legacy Kitchen (2891 Hwy. 190, Mandeville) has swung its doors open in Mandeville to the tune of disco brunches, music and martini nights, and lemon icebox pie. The new “polished casual”...Show More Summary

16 Essential Spots for Boiled Crawfish

Where to eat crawfish in and around New Orleans Narrowing a list of crawfish spots in and around the Crescent City to under two dozen is a nearly impossible task. There are tons of places and many, many of them are excellent. This group,...Show More Summary

Take a First Look at Cavan’s Exciting New Menu

Chef Nathan Richard debuts the new menu tonight Cavan is completely overhauling its menu tonight, with major changes courtesy of new chef Nathan Richard. Since Richard took the helm as executive chef at Cavan in early March, he’s been running specials as a way to audition dishes for a sweeping menu change that debuts tonight. Show More Summary

Hansen’s Beat Starbucks at the Unicorn Game a Long Time Ago

The Creambow snoball was the OG magical drink The Unicorn Frappuccino’s days are over and Hansen’s Sno-Blitz is quietly reminding the people of Instagram that it doesn’t really matter because Hansen’s has been delighting everyone with...Show More Summary

Casamento’s Tops List of Seafood Dives — But it Isn't a Dive

And more top dining intel Coastal Living magazine has listed the “20 All-Time Best Seafood Dives” in the U.S. Casamento’s is listed as number eight on the list. Perhaps the bigger news is that Casamento’s is a dive (really?). “Seafood...Show More Summary

Saint Cecilia Throws Open Its Doors Across From French Market

The new restaurant and bar is from the team behind St. Lawrence Saint Cecilia (91 French Market Place, New Orleans), the newest offering from the owners of Saint Lawrence, quietly opened across the street from the French Market. IanShow More Summary

15 Must-Try Sno-Ball Stands in New Orleans

With the winter already feeling like something from a distant past, it's time to turn our hearts and minds to the only snowballs that ever really mattered. Eater is here to map the way to your next New Orleans "sno-ball." For the uninitiated,...Show More Summary

Critic Tom Fitzmorris Doesn’t Like His Food “Too Fresh”

Coquette, Toups South, and Cafe Henri Reviewed Tom Fitzmorris heads out to Coquette, where he finds the culinary chemistry between Chef Kristen Essig and Chef Michael Stoltzfus “fascinating.” He applauds the constantly changing menu and advises diners to fully embrace the blind tasting menus. Show More Summary

Portside Lounge Storms Into Central City

Ooh Pooh Pah Doo bar shutters in Treme; and more top dining intel Portside Lounge (3000 Dryades St., New Orleans), the Caribbean drink and tiki bar, opened its doors in Central City at the beginning of the month, reports Todd Price of Show More Summary

Krewe of Chewbacchus and its Shoe Box Parade Land at Dat Dog

Shoeboxus parades on May 4 It’s now been a while since Mardi Gras parades winded down and maybe, just maybe, it’s time for a little parading again. A very little parading. The Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus returns with its Shoeboxus parade on May 4 at Dat Dog’s Frenchman Street location. Show More Summary

d.b.a. Plans to Make Fans of La La Land Very Happy

Seb’s sweeps into d.b.a. for just one night “La La Land” has won many awards, but the PR team deserves at least a round of applause for keeping the promotional festivities going, and Frenchman Street spot d.b.a. is part of it. (Extra credit for making the event coincide with the first week of Jazz Fest). Show More Summary

New Orleans' Essential Coffee Shops

New Orleans has seen exponential growth in the last three years when it comes to coffee. While shops focused on quality, third wave (ie. tree-to-cup) programs have become ragingly popular here, there are still many coffee shops thatShow More Summary

Popeyes Biscuits Steal Headlines at Coachella Party

Texas rapper Post Malone knows who to call for catering Texas rapper Post Malone, of White Iverson fame, called Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen when he wanted to throw a Coachella party this past Sunday, reports The rapper ordered 10,000 biscuits and had them delivered to the festival. Show More Summary

The Daily Beet Has Opened

Say hello to cold-pressed juices and avocado toast in the CBD. The Daily Beet, the eagerly anticipated expansion from JuiceNOLA is now open in the Central Business District, reports Owner Dylan Maisel opened JuiceNOLA at St. Show More Summary

State Lawmakers Not Big on University-Affiliated Brews

A new bill is putting brewery-university partnerships under fire Bayou Bengal Lager and Ragin’ Cajun Beer could be no more if one Louisiana state lawmaker has his way, reports The Advocate. House Bill 610, introduced by Democratic Representative...Show More Summary

13 Spots to Sample Rabbit

You could take pix with the Easter bunny, or you could... Feeling like celebrating Easter in a slightly more sinister way? The Easter bunny and his candy-filled basket is one way — chowing down on rabbit is certainly another. Here are 13 places around the city with rabbit on the menu — from deep fried to gumbo ingredient and many, many dishes in between.

The Advocate Releases Its 100 Essential NOLA Restaurants

Plus more top dining intel Ian McNulty over at the Advocate has released his “The Essential 100” — his 100 must-visit restaurants in New Orleans. McNulty explains in his intro that the list is very subjective, and tries to get ahead of any criticism: “Not all of your favorite restaurants are here,” he writes. Show More Summary

Blake’s on Poydras Is Coming Very Soon

The spot should open in about two weeks We now know what will replace the Japanese restaurant Horinoya in the Central Business District, reports Todd A. Price over at Blake’s on Poydras is expected to open its doors at 920Show More Summary

Hammond Trey Yuen Closing at the End of May

After 46 years in the city. The Hammond location of Trey Yuen Cuisine of China will close at the end of May, reports Kim Chatelain over at, after 46 years of service in the city. Happily, the other Trey Yuen location — at 600 N. Show More Summary

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