Fried chicken was obviously the reason so many people flocked to Woldenberg Park, but you can’t have hot, salty fried chicken and sides without something to wash it down. The Crown Royal Lounge was an amazing respite in the midst of the fest. They had their own DJ who kept things spinning, a Crown Royal throne to take pictures on, their own Gus’s Fried Chicken booth, and of course, copious amounts of Crown Royal, Crown Royal Vanilla, and Crown Royal Apple.
Cafe Sbisa is the third oldest restaurant in the French Quarter; it’s over 100 years old. But they haven’t always featured the same menu as other old restaurants in the city have.
Annunciation is a bright, comfortable, and lovely place in the midst of the Warehouse District. In the airy and pleasant bar and dining area, you will feel transported to a serene, yet friendly heaven with southern-inspired favorites to eat and drink.
Oysters are a necessity down here in New Orleans, although they are available in many part of the U.S. And the New York restaurateurs behind Seaworthy like to showcase the variety of oysters that this great country has to offer.
Sac a Lait was the proud host of a deer and beer-paired dinner on this December evening. The staff even went so far as to wear camo clothes to give us the full hunting experience.
Lakeview, especially around UNO’s campus, has been in dire need of restaurants that aren’t serving fast food to broke college kids and will last more than six months. Places have come and gone, or hung quietly under the radar, but Füd Bar seems to be the first place in a long time that has created such excitement around it, and it’s not just because it’s new food in an under-served neighborhood.