Jacq Francoi$ is a local artist who pays homage to Black New Orleans culture with his limited runs of highly-collectible and buzzworthy art pieces.
Rosalita’s Backyard Tacos, a popup-style food stand that’s been navigating pandemic-era protocols to bring food like tacos, burritos, nachos and tostadas to the neighborhood and beyond.
No small market seems to define its neighborhood more than Hank’s Supermarket in the Bywater. While you might not find it listed in any tourism brochures, Hank’s is a place of legend; from the locals who darken the door, to the fried chicken and daily food specials. It’s served as a place of comfort for many New Orleanians for about 50 years.
Bars are closed again and the maximum size of group gatherings has been reduced, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had online while get those COVID cases back under control. Here are some of the events we’re most looking forward to in Virtual New Orleans this week.
It wasn’t flooding that forced The Broad Theater to close its doors this time around. But when it does reopen, the owner is looking to provide new comforts and an outdoor screening area.
With social distancing happening our regular movie experience is going back a few decades and changing the way we watch movies. Here’s all you need to enhance your movie experience.
Eric Cook is one of many restaurateurs publicly addressing the challenges of reopening during a pandemic that has no end in sight. Collectively, some grievances are with the government, while others are with folks failing to do their part in flattening the COVID curve.
From the moment you enter, photographs and memorabilia adorn the walls, telling stories about New Orleans culture that, while acknowledged, is rarely appreciated by those on the outside looking in.
The Commissary, a new eatery and market by restaurant group Dickie Brennan & Co., located at 634 Orange St., is set to be the coolest new lunch spot Uptown. The eatery will be offering signature meals for dine-in or easy takeout.
Bars are closed again and the maximum size of group gatherings has been reduced, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had online while we get those COVID cases back under control. Here are some of the events we’re most looking forward to in Virtual New Orleans this week.
The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas opened its doors to visitors since closing down four months ago for the COVID-19 pandemic. Visitors to the aquarium are required to wear masks at the indoor facility and must purchase a timed ticket ahead of time to limit capacity and encourage social distancing.
Tujague’s, the second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans, un-shuttered its doors at 823 Decatur St., where it has operated since 1914, for a special five-night dinner series with its traditional five-course menu in late June. It will formally reopen, bigger and better than ever, at 429 Decatur St. in September.
After shutting down in May over the COVID-19 pandemic, K Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen will not re-open its doors — ever.
Blackberry and cream, rosemary lemonade, mango — one dad’s quest to spend more time with his kids as turned into a refreshing treat in the Bywater.
Kyoto, Zambia, the Canary Islands — all the travels of two women brought them to New Orleans. Their friendship birthed the Mobile Music Box, an ethereal and unique way to bring music to the people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What started as a way to continue a serving at a neighborhood bar has now turned into a way to give back to the community with more than a drink.
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the ghost of Madame Mineurecanal and her terrier began to appear.
Nestled in the serene Homochitto Forest in Mississippi, The Forest Retreat is a gorgeous, secluded spot for New Orleanians to unwind and take a breath of fresh forest air.