New Orleans Dining

  • Supporting the Industry You're In: POB United

    Supporting the Industry You're In: POB United

    Through all of the fear, anger and despair we're all feeling right now, it is uplifting to see people and businesses in our community helping each other. It helps restore our faith...

  • A Multifaceted Solution: #FeedTheFrontLineNOLA

    A Multifaceted Solution: #FeedTheFrontLineNOLA

    Inspired by the simple joy that sharing good food can bring, Krewe of Red Beans founder Devin De Wulf created Feed The Front Line NOLA, a non-profit organization that is garnering...

  • The Toups step up with daily, free ?family meals?

    The Toups Step up With Daily, Free “Family Meals”

    Mid-City neighborhood restaurateurs Isaac and Amanda Toups of Toups' Meatery are doing their part to support the community, cookin' up free "family meals" daily to anyone in need,...

  • Copeland's encourages feeding friends in need

    Copeland's encourages feeding friends in need

    Copeland's Family of Restaurants just announced a new program, #FeedYour___. In an effort to help local healthcare workers, first responders and pretty much anyone who is in...

  • NOCHI offers ?Cooking in Quarantine? classes

    NOCHI offers “Cooking in Quarantine” classes

    Seeking creative ways to reach out to the community and beyond, the New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute is offering "Cooking in Quarantine," a lineup of office hours...

  • Lenten Curbside ?Fish Fry?

    Lenten Curbside “Fish Fry”

    Over the next several Fridays (including tonight!), Craig Borges and Drew Knoll of New Orleans Seafood Co. are teaming up with six local restaurants to offer take-out "fish fry"...

  • INTERNATIONAL BITES IN THE BIG EASY: Expanding Your Culinary  Horizons with Global Cuisine

    INTERNATIONAL BITES IN THE BIG EASY: Expanding Your Culinary Horizons with Global Cuisine

    Editor's note: At the time of this posting not all of these places are currently open due to the city's health precautions, though the restaurants listed may offer take-out or...

  • $20 & UNDER: Prodigious Plates:  For the Love of Leftovers

    $20 & UNDER: Prodigious Plates: For the Love of Leftovers

    Though there's many a snob who would scoff at a dish piled high with more food than any average person could eat in one sitting, there are also those who seek to "supersize."...

  • ONE FOR THE ROAD: St. Patty Snacks on Metairie Road

    ONE FOR THE ROAD: Snack Places on Metairie Road

    If you're heading to Metairie, it would be a mistake not to consider grabbing a meal at one of the many excellent restaurants on and around Metairie Road. No suburban wasteland of...

  • Food News: March 2020

    Food News: March 2020

    Arbor eats … Southern brasserie and bar Laurel Oak opened recently inside the new Magnolia Hotel on Gravier Street Downtown. Chef and restaurateur Troy Guard was tapped to...

  • The 20 Best Places to Get Boiled Crawfish in New Orleans

    The 20 Best Places to Get Boiled Crawfish in New Orleans

    Lent is here, which means that crawfish season is in full swing in New Orleans. Look forward to meatless Fridays with fresh and delicious boiled crawfish, which is starting to...

  • EATING IN THE EAST: Great Restaurants  in New Orleans East

    EATING IN THE EAST: Great Restaurants in New Orleans East

    New Orleans East has suffered in more ways than one following Hurricane Katrina, with businesses leaving and struggling redevelopment efforts. It's the largest area of land in New...

  • The Louisiana Shell Game: 2020 Oyster Outlook

    The Louisiana Shell Game: 2020 Oyster Outlook

    Copey Pulitzer is hooked. His family has feasted on fresh Louisiana Gulf oysters at Pascal's Manale for three generations. "However they cook their oysters, they're always...

  • Union Ramen Bar Coming to the Lower Garden District

    Union Ramen Bar Coming to the Lower Garden District

    Following a few years of highly anticipated pop-ups, a small operation known as "Union Ramen" will be evolving into a brick-and-mortar restaurant in the Lower Garden...

  • Food News: February 2020

    Food News: February 2020

    Ho, ho, hot and sour soup? … The Lower Garden District is booming with the recent opening of Blue Giant (@bluegiantnola), an American-Chinese restaurant by Bill Jones and...

  • $20 and Under: Low-Priced Lunch by the Boxful

    $20 and Under: Low-Priced Lunch by the Boxful

    Though you'd like to believe that the plate lunch, sometimes called a "meat and three," is a down-home, Southern, or Midwestern invention, its origin is actually Hawaiian. Even...

  • Food News: January 2020

    Food News: January 2020

    One cat, two cats … Bearcat Cafe, the super-hot brunch and lunch spot just off Freret Street, recently announced on Instagram that a second location in the CBD was imminent. The...

  • Being Resolute with Ingrid Rinck

    Being Resolute with Ingrid Rinck

    To say that Ingrid Rinck is busy would be the understatement of the year. She's mom to several kids­-including one with Type 1 Diabetes-the partner to a comedian and National TV...

  • New Recipes for  New Year's Day

    New Recipes for New Year's Day

    It's New Year's Day, and you probably got home from your raucous New Year's Eve festivities only hours before the sun rose. You're jarred awake by the sound of your phone ringing....

  • Humble Bagel Fills a Hole in the New Orleans Food Scene

    Humble Bagel Fills a Hole in the New Orleans Food Scene

    Humble Bagel opened in 2016 to fill a hole in the New Orleans food scene: fresh, fast breakfast food. In fact, according to the founder of the bakery, he learned much of what he...

  • Food News: December 2019

    Food News: December 2019

    Man vs. Fire … Across Lake Pontchartrain in Covington, a new restaurant named Pyre Provisions has ignited the appetites of Northshore denizens. Located in the space that formerly...

  • Revel in R?veillon  & Other Holiday Feasts

    Revel in Réveillon & Other Holiday Feasts

    All year round-from winter to summer and back again-there's always something to celebrate in New Orleans. Whether you're barhopping on Bourbon Street or relaxing in City Park, a...

  • Fried Catfish: A Southern Secret

    Fried Catfish: A Southern Secret

    Like the recipe for your Great Aunt Edie's flaky, buttermilk biscuits, many chefs and restaurants jealously guard the secret behind their signature dishes. Consider Olive Garden's...

  • Taking It Light:  Try A Mocktail

    Taking It Light: Try A Mocktail

    Whether it's to regain some health or save some wealth, we all like to take it easy on the alcohol from time to time; however, living in a place where imbibing is nearly expected,...

  • Make Your Way Down the Oyster Trail

    Make Your Way Down the Oyster Trail

    The Taste of Louisiana Oyster Trail is the perfect place to find the best of this local favorite dish. On November 13-14, visitors and locals alike are invited to enjoy this day...

  • Great Date Night Bars

    Great Date Night Bars

    Whether it's a first date, the 50th, or a celebration for your spouse's new promotion, these date night bars all have a few things in common that go beyond carefully crafted drink...

  • Food News: November 2019

    Food News: November 2019

    Preserving a classic … The beloved neighborhood spot Parasol's Restaurant & Bar has changed hands again after the previous owners were unable to renew the liquor license due to...

  • Where to Get a Bite Before Your Flight: The Restaurants at the New Terminal

    Where to Get a Bite Before Your Flight: The Restaurants at the New Terminal

    At last, the new terminal at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is open! The $1 billion terminal offers many amenities, but the new restaurant row takes...

  • Food News: Halloween 2019

    Food News: Halloween 2019

    It's so hard to say goodbye … Accomplished chef and entrepreneur Carl Schaubhut passed away early last month after a long battle with esophageal and gastric cancer. A...

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