Food & Drink
Lucky for you, it’s hard to find a single night in which at least one of this city’s awesome neighborhood bars isn’t throwing a holiday party.
It happens every year; someone in the office doesn’t like the strawberry cream cheese filled cake that you stood in line for hours to bring. We’ve got a solution.
The first time people had a chance to get a hold of her sparkling rosé back in April, Ca’Di Freedia, the six cases sold out before the star could even make it to the venue.
Messina’s Runway Cafe makes it a little easier to stomach on diners and their wallets, with an abbreviated B’Reveillon 3-course menu at $35.
Bottomless mimosas, TVs for the Saints game, range of brunch options
The next time someone says there’s no real Latin food in New Orleans, take them to New Orleans East.
So, what’s the point of the new Brother’s? We were really looking forward to that chicken, to be honest.
Réveillon was born out of the feast and fast, fast and feast, cycle that informs so many New Orleans traditions. Translated it means “awakening or arousal.”
The word reveillon comes from the French word for ‘awakening.’
Between two circular pieces of fried dough and powdered sugar sits a burger, dressed with cheese, bacon jam, lettuce, pickles and onions.