The fate of LGD wine bar The Tasting Room was unclear when its founders closed up shop and moved to California last spring, but it’s now reopened with a new owner, a revamped look, and a whole bunch of
A former service station at the corner of Freret and Valence Streets that’s sat empty for the past four years is currently undergoing construction to turn it into a restaurant, reports UptownMessenger.com.
Chef Carl Schaubhut, the lauded culinary visionary behind DTB and Bacobar, and Eater’s 2017 Chef of the Year, died last night after a five-year battle with cancer. Schaubhut was known for his fresh, modern
Ajun Cajun, the ever-popular food booth found annually at the likes of Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest (among others), is bringing its soft shell crab po-boys and seaweed salad to Oak Street this fall.
New Orleans restaurant openings typically ramp back up with the end of August, and this fall is shaping up to be no different. From a St. Roch vendor’s first restaurant to a beloved pop-up chef’s omakase
Sassafras, a longtime New Orleans restaurant known for Creole soul food like smothered okra and stuffed bell peppers, no longer has a second location in the CBD’s Wyndham Garden Baronne Plaza Hotel. The
A touring Pokémon-themed pop-up bar that’s making the rounds nationwide and throughout cities in England next year will make a stop in New Orleans, January 11 and 12, 2020. The PokéBar pop-up touts themed
New Orleans learned late last summer that a location of the rapidly-expanding, Oprah Winfrey-backed True Food Kitchen was heading to town. After a year of anticipation, an opening date has been set for
Seed, the chic cafe opened in the Lower Garden District in 2014 with a menu of vegan takes on American comfort food like nachos and fried green tomatoes, has been sold to new owners. The sale comes just
When Uptown Cuban restaurant El Libre closed at the end of July, its owners simultaneously announced that an expansion of Auction House Market’s sushi stall Aloha Lei would open in its place. Less than
A sleek, Instagram-able hybrid beauty and matcha bar opened last week on Magazine Street, the first matcha-focused cafe to land in New Orleans. Drink Beauty is from co-owners Melissa Coleman and CeCe who