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Mikimoto

It’s a sugar cube! It’s a garage! It’s a … sushi bunker? The exterior of the building that’s housed the Japanese restaurant Mikimoto on Carrollton Avenue for the last 19 […]

Café Abyssinia

It’s common knowledge that anything marked with a neon highlighter deserves attention, and this is true for the low-slung building just off Magazine Street (a literal gravel throw behind Imperial […]

Cure

For those New Orleanians with memories shorter than a decade, it’s hard to fathom that there once was a time when a cocktail list was not delivered along with the […]

DTB

Over the past decade, the Oak Street corridor has evolved into one of the city’s most vibrant food and beverage scenes. Just over a year ago, DTB (acronym for Down […]

Pho Cam Ly

Some foods are for moods. I love cheese, for example, but only crave fondue on rare occasions when I’m neither particularly hungry nor full and the thing I’m after is […]

Dining Out: The Daily Beet

For many of us, the start of a new year signals an annual rejuvenation of our health consciousness. Following a six-week (or longer) stretch of celebratory dinners, wine-soaked holiday lunches […]

Dining Out: El Pavo Real

Chef Lindsey McLellan spent nearly a decade overseeing the kitchen at Lola’s, churning out pans of paella to customers willing to “suffer” hour-long waits spent sipping sangria. Then one day […]

Dining Out: Bratz Y’all

For over a decade, a local taste of German food and culture was a fleeting experience found only on weekends in October at the Deutsches Haus. Although no one can […]

Dining Out: Central City BBQ

Over the last several years, the number of Saints pre-game drinking and dining options has exploded along with the development of the southern portion of the Central Business District corridor […]

Dining Out: Piccola Gelateria

Despite Jon Snow’s Sunday evening proclamations, winter is certainly not here. A newcomer to the list of local summer oases is Piccola Gelateria, which Ross and Ria Turnbull opened late […]