Everything You Should See This Fall at New Orleans' Historic Theaters
The historic theaters that date back to the turn of the 20th century are unquestionably some of New Orleans’ best venues, but many in their daily audiences are completely unaware of how close they came to losing these town treasures.
By Andrew Paul
One of Louisiana’s Top Chefs Reveals the Truth About Cajun Food
Cajun food is one of the most misunderstood cuisines out there -- usually it’s mistaken for extra spicy fish that’s been blackened (aka burnt) beyond all recognition, or anything with a little cayenne pepper thrown on top.
Everything You Must Know About Bananas Foster
A staple at the French Quarter’s legendary Brennan’s restaurant since 1951, bananas Foster is New Orleans in dessert form: bananas, butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, vanilla ice cream, and rum, set afire for both taste and spectacle, served for breakfast because why the hell not.
The Mixologist's Guide to Drinking in New Orleans.
There's a very good reason our city is the perfect place to play host to thousands beverage professionals during Tales of the Cocktail each summer: New Orleans cocktail culture is deeply ingrained in our daily life, after all, and visitors have so many relevant opportunities to explore (with a cocktail in hand, no less -- open container laws simply don't plague our city).
An Incomplete List of Cities That Are Inferior to New Orleans
New Orleans holds a special place in the American urban landscape, mostly because there isn’t a single other city in the rest of the country that can truly rival us on the fiery battlegrounds of food, culture, or ability to have an open alcohol container outdoors... so we’ll just have to take on ALL of them.