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Classic Crescent City Eats

These old-school NOLA restaurants are so good they’ve become rites of passage<p><b>Brennan’s</b><p>The New Orleans Vieux Carre landmark returned after a refresh in 2015. The iconic pink facade and the coq are still there, but there are windows facing the street now, a bigger courtyard and bar, and a stunning …

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10 Places To Eat in New Orleans Right Now

New Orleans' dining scene has always had an embarrassment of riches, but now more than ever, the options, especially places opened just this year, …

New Orleans

First Look: A Historic New Orleans Hotel Makes a Comeback

The historic Pontchartrain Hotel reopens after massive renovations<p>On New Orleans’s oak-shaded St. Charles Avenue, streetcars still clamber and clank up to the front door of the historic <b>Pontchartrain Hotel</b>—just as they have since the Garden District landmark opened in 1927. In its heyday, the …

Barbecue oysters amaze at New Orleans' Red Fish Grill

<b>The scene:</b> At first glance, Red Fish Grill has little on the surface that would attract a devoted foodie in a city full of great hole-in-the-walls and classic eateries. Both its location, on sleazy Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, and its chain restaurant appearance from the street are …

Napoleon House: Another must-stop restaurant in New Orleans

<b>The scene:</b> New Orleans real estate does not get any more prime than the corner where the Napoleon House currently sits — and has since 1797. But it has "only" been the current restaurant for a little over a century; before that the building was the palatial home of the city's first freely elected …

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Po’ boys at Parkway: New Orleans’ best?

<b>The scene:</b> The po’ boy sandwich is a uniquely New Orleans tradition, widely sold and widely consumed throughout the city. While there are countless places that do a great job, the sandwich has not traveled or translated well. Outside of the surrounding Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi Gulf Coast …

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The Future of Iced Coffee

At its cafes, Blue Bottle might make one of the best iced-coffee drinks in America. But are artisan businesses doomed to fail when they try going mainstream?<p>I have seen the future of iced coffee.<p>There I was, wandering the grocery-store aisles—when suddenly, next to the kombucha, opposite the …

Behind the Bar: Shanghai Cocktail

Pullman train trip lives up to the possibilities and the mystique

ABOARD A PULLMAN CAR BETWEEN CHICAGO AND NEW ORLEANS — Since childhood, I've had a fascination with trains. It began with visits to my grandparents' …

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Recipe of the Week<p>With an amazingly rich barbecue base that is buttery and delicious, these shrimp are still one of the most popular dishes at …

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A Tale of Two Kitchens

From a hip joint in the Marigny to a bastion of tradition and excellence, Guy Martin reveals New Orleans’ soul, one dish at a time<p>“Come around nine. I’ve got a sous subbin’ for me, so we’ll hit a few places and mess around town,” Heathcliffe Hailey barks in his trademark field officer’s rasp over …

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