Louisiana Eats

I Remember Paris

None of us have been able to travel much this year, so to satisfy some wanderlust, we’re traveling back in time this week on a magical trip Louisiana Eats took to France in the summer of 2015. We begin the journey in the Loire River Valley at Château du Clos Lucé, with a personal tour…

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Louisiana Eats Explores The Northshore

Located just across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans, the area widely known as Louisiana’s Northshore is a mere 40 minute drive from the French Quarter. As close as the Northshore is geographically, in every other way it is a world apart. Made up of multiple small towns, each with its own identity, St. Tammany Parish…

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Curating Under Quarantine

Whether you’re doing scholarly research or just want to indulge in an afternoon of history, here in the Crescent City, there’s no better place for that than the Historic New Orleans Collection. When forced to close their galleries earlier this year, the nonprofit jumped into action making extensive changes and additions to their online offerings…

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Tammany Taste Quick Bite: Horst Pfeifer of Middendorf’s

When there’s a hint of fall in the air, it’s time to head to Middendorf’s to celebrate an Oktoberfest only Horst Pfeifer could possibly throw, complete with authentic German music, food and fun. Since opening a second Middendorf’s in Slidell, the Oktoberfest celebration has expanded to include both locations. This year’s Oktoberfest takes place from…

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Last Call

Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on businesses of all stripes, none more than the hospitality industry. In that struggling sector, there is one category seemingly without hope – the New Orleans neighborhood bar. These watering holes, where for generations people have gathered to celebrate and mourn, are on the brink of extinction. Since the initial shutdown in March, most Orleans Parish bars were only allowed to operate for a brief and very confusing time between June 13th and midnight on July 12th.

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