You can tell that the food here is made with care and love, and from that moment on you will have no other option than to return that devotion.
This isn’t your average coffee shop in any sense of the word. The high ceilings, light fixtures, furniture and every inch of the community space has been thought out.
Hundreds of New Orleanians came out Monday to pay their final respects to the Queen of Creole Cuisine, Leah Chase.
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On Magazine Street, tucked in a bustling corner is a facet of one of the nation’s top-ranked bakeries.
Family and well-wishers attend a Celebration of Life Service for Chef Leah Chase at the Xavier University Convocation Center in New Orleans, La. Saturday, June 8, 2019.
Great food comes from great people.
BrunchFaced, Evergreen, Food
Tucked on the border of the City Park and Lakeview hoods, legendary chef and culinary queen in her own right Susan Spicer’s new restaurant looks and feels like home, dripping...
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Since 2014, these lovely lady shuckers based out of the Bywater have been convincing folks to swallow their fears and mingle with mollusks.
Evergreen, Food/Drink, New Orleanians
Leah Chase gave everyone she met something they never had before.
Drinks, Know Your NOLA, Small Business
There are at least 29 different beer places in town where you can get craft beer, but one in the Marigny offers a totally different brew experience almost daily. Here,...