Whereyat - Food News http://www.whereyat.com/neworleans/articles.sec-6-1-food-news.html <![CDATA[September 2014 - ]]>  Eat to live or … Once again, the Louisiana Restaurant Association is proud to announce the return of]]> <![CDATA[August 2014 - ]]>  August can be the COOLest month of the year ...  Once again, the New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau brings us a month-long culinary extravaganza in partnership with fabulous resta]]> <![CDATA[July 2014 - ]]>  What's in a name? … The new proprietors of the previously ill-fated Fat Hen Grocery, the St. Charles Avenue diner once owned by Chef Shane Pritchett, has changed its name to Oakline Grocery. P]]> <![CDATA[June 2014 - ]]>  Where else would you find waffles? … In case you missed the blatant, waffle-like facade on the bright orange building on Maple Street, there's a new restaurant in town dubbed (appropriately) W]]> <![CDATA[Food News - May 2014]]>  Plant yourself … Located in the blue-bricked building on the corner of Prytania and Thalia Streets, Seed is serving up dishes a million miles away from “The Beast” (roast beef and brie san]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]>  Beep! Beep! … Ma Momma's House restaurant in New Orleans East is hosting their 2nd Annual Taxi Cab Appreciation Day, honoring those individuals who serve as ambassadors to the Greater New Orle]]> <![CDATA[Food News - April 2014 - ]]> Premium prix fixe …  Besh Steak, located in Harrah's Casino on Poydras Street, recently launched a weeknight, three-course, prix fixe dinner menu for only $40 per person. Chef de cuisine Paul R]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]>  Pho real? Recently, New Orleans has seen a literal explosion of Vietnamese restaurants on the East Bank, what with Magasin, Ba Chi Canteen, Pho Bistreaux, Lilly's Cafe, Namese and even MoPho all]]> <![CDATA[Food News - February 2014 - ]]>  Southeast Asian cuisine with a Louisiana twist is what Chef Micheal Gulotta’s eatery is all about. The former chef de cuisine of John Besh’s Restaurant August threw open the doors of MoPho M]]> <![CDATA[Food news - ]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]>   The weather is getting cooler, you're drinking your morning coffee hot again and All Hallows Eve is right around the corner...who doesn't love this time of year? Carve a gris]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> Festivals, food, and celebrations kick-off yet again after the comparatively slow month of September with the Louisiana Seafood Festival. Celebrate the Gulf's richest resource]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> Fall has arrived again and the circle is once more complete, but things never really stop moving in the Crescent City...the band keeps marching on and on. There's been a slew of new openings and even more on the horizon. First off, we have Mister Gregory's Fast & French, which recently threw open its doors on Rampart Street in the French Quarter.]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> Don't let the heat get you down this hottest of hot months in New Orleans! There are all kinds of things happening in the Crescent City restaurant scene that will be sure to keep you on your toes and ready for the next great, local culinary adventure.]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> Our city may be nicknamed “The Big Easy,” but no one is taking it easy, not by a mile. With the way new businesses keep popping up, and new festivals being organized, new buildings, and an infl ux of new residents, life in New Orleans has become anything but easy.]]> <![CDATA[Cocktail Gardening - ]]> My Irish ancestry did not prepare me for New Orleans summers. Sometimes I can muster up enough enthusiasm to get outside before 8 a.m. to do some weeding, but I get easily demoralized by the bugs and the jungle weeds, and I start to feel like I’m melting.]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> Spring is in full swing and we have a slight lull between festivals, but that doesn't mean anything to the restaurant industry in New Orleans, which never stops.]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> Many have been worried about the fate of Tujague's after owner Steven Latter passed away and his brother Stanford took over.]]> <![CDATA[Food News - ]]> We were put on this great, green Earth to increase and multiply, and there couldn't be a better time than spring. While the festivals roll out and the music plays on, it seems to be the season for expansion and addition, especially in the restaurant industry.]]> <![CDATA[Food news - ]]> Renewal, rebirth, rejuvenation and revival are all hallmarks of springtime, especially when it comes to the restaurant industry in New Orleans. It's time to pay homage to the delicious cuisine and excellent music that our city is so well-known for, with a slew of new festivals and restaurants.]]>