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Dining Out: True Food Kitchen

Locals don’t have to go too far back in time to remember just how challenging it was to find restaurants that offered a variety of healthy options, let alone cater […]

Leyla McCalla, The Capitalist Blues (Jazz Village)

Leyla McCalla’s third solo release The Capitalist Blues is remarkable in terms of ambition, scale, and realization. Whereas her first efforts focused on her solo work and small cello ensembles, […]

The Elysian Bar

After a four-year, $20 million rehabilitation project, ASH NYC and New Orleans resident Nathalie Jordi transformed the 19th century St. Peter & Paul compound in the Faubourg Marigny—consisting of a […]

Dining Out: Banana Blossom

Banana Blossom opened at its original location in an unassuming strip mall in Gretna a decade ago. It quickly became a word-of-mouth destination dining hot spot for some of the […]

Dining Out: Brigtsen’s

The culinary experience at Brigtsen’s is living testament to the late great Chef Paul Prudhomme’s profound legacy. Chef Frank Brigtsen was an integral part of Prudhomme’s revolutionary, game-changing impact on […]

Dining Out: Palm&Pine

At the open kitchen counter at Palm&Pine, sauté pans and sizzle plates sway to a rhythmic flow as chefs Amarys and Jordan Herdon reveal their story through touch and taste—where […]

Eat New: A dozen recommendations for new restaurant dining choices

The vibrant restaurant scene in New Orleans continues to expand with some truly exciting new dining options. Here’s a little taste. Addis Nola  Ethiopian cuisine is one of the most […]

Dining Out: Dian Xin

Since opening at the beginning of the year, Dian Xin has been wildly successful, and deservedly so. Created by the family that operated the beloved Little Chinatown in Kenner, Dian […]

Like a Cobra in the Dark: A conversation with Alex McMurray

  Alex McMurray is rightfully recognized as a great guitarist and singer-songwriter, but beyond that he is also a tremendous navigator of the New Orleans music scene. Besides being a […]

Deanie’s Seafood: old-school New Orleans in the best way

The roots of Deanie’s Seafood go back to 1961, when John and Alma “Deanie” Livacari opened the first seafood market in Bucktown, located where the 17th Street Canal today intersects […]