Justine -225 Chartres St.

Just a few blocks inside the French Quarter from Canal Street, sits one of New Orleans’ hottest new restaurants. From James Beard award-winning chef, Justin Devillier, Justine serves up classic French cuisine in a lively, sexy setting that makes you want to stay a while. The menu has offerings such as French Onion Soup, Moules […]

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réveillon 2018

Ah, the ghosts and ghouls are upon us here in New Orleans, and everyone knows what that means: it’s time to start thinking about Christmas! At this point, we depart the haunted New Orleans, and say Bienvenue a le réveillon de Noël; Louisiana’s creole take on the advent season. While the words literally mean: “eve,” […]

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Stein’s Deli: Voted Best Sandwich In Town

Stein’s Deli, 2207 Magazine Street, may not be the first thing on folks’ radar when they come to town, but it should be one of the first stop-offs on Magazine Street. To channel the late Anthony Bourdain “But why, you may ask, should one go to a Jewish Deli in New Orleans?” The first and […]

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Ranking the Jazz Fest lineup by day

This year’s Jazz Fest is as jam packed and star-studded as ever. Featuring acts that vary from legacy headliners Aerosmith and Smoky Robinson to modern-day stars like Sturgill Simpson and Cage the Elephant, the festival takes place over two weekends from April 27th to May 6th. Those who have attended the music festival before know […]

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How Tennessee Williams made New Orleans his home

New Orleans has a certain kind of appeal for the unfulfilled people of the world. Writers, painters and musicians alike have made the city their adopted home because the city breathes inspiration all over the place. It radiates this energy that can be both excitingly new and reassuringly familiar depending on what kind of inspiration […]

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