Two New Vendors at St. Roch Market

Marigny foodhall St. Roch Market has added not one, but two new Caribbean-influenced vendors to their roster, Hype Eatz and Tropical Cabana. New Orleans-native and Delgado graduate Brandon Robinson has launched Hype Eatz, a new stand at St. Roch. As evidenced by their singular tacos, the menu blends the flavors […]

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Brunch di Gianna

Gianna, the Italian arm of Link Restaurant Group, has just announced they’re serving brunch Saturdays and Sunday from 11am – 3pm! And this isn’t your typical brunch fare . . . self-touted as “rustic Italian,” the new menu features semolina pancakes with Louisiana strawberries and lemon mascarpone, lamb sausage gravy […]

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Getting Its Glow Back: Couvant

About four years ago, an inventive renovation combined a cluster of warehouses on Magazine Street into a fascinating hotel named after an equally fascinating woman, Eliza Jane. Inside this unique space, the developers (a.k.a. HRI Properties) also launched Couvant, a casual French brasserie with Mississippi-born chef Brad McDonald at the […]

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Sushi at St. Roch

Chef/owner Than “Lin” Regules and her husband Alex, the masterminds behind the Burmese and Malaysian-food stall Laksa NOLA, is now doubling your dining pleasure with the launch of Lin Sushi & Poke at St. Roch Market. “The inspiration behind these dishes comes from our experiences cooking throughout Asia. We love […]

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Hyped for Hogs!

Hogs for the Cause, the annual Spring pork-out founded to raise funds for families battling pediatric cancer, has announced their 2022 lineup! After a banner year in 2021 when they managed to raise nearly $3 million, the festival is excited to return to the UNOΒ Lakefront Arena Festival Grounds again this […]

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The Illustrious KPB is Behind the Stick at Palm&Pine

One of the coolest restaurants in the French Quarter just got a whole lot cooler. Palm&Pine‘s purveyors (and chefs) Jordan and Amarys Herndon have tapped the talented Kimberly Patton-Bragg to rule the Pine Bar. Patton-Bragg, appropriately dubbed the “cocktail queen,” has reigned behind the stick at local spots like Three […]

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Fall Into Brunch at SoFAB

If you’re seeking new and interesting ways to get your brunch on, the Southern Food & Beverage Museum may have the answer. All October long, the museum will be celebrating the Southern tradition of brunch, invented in the 1870’s by Madame Begue, by hosting weekly pop-ups. Each three-course brunch is […]

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Meril Names a New Chef de Cuisine

Former pastry chef Bergen Carman has been promoted to chef de cuisine at Emeril’s Girod Street restaurant Meril. Carman has long been a valued employee within the Lagasse empire, starting as pastry cook in 2008 at Emeril’s Delmonico. She’s also been whipping it up as pastry chef at Meril since […]

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