Restaurant R’evolution: Reinventing Cajun and Creole Flavors

Pushing the boundaries of what’s expected is something Chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto have built careers on. Think you know what Cajun & Creole dishes taste like? A visit to their Restaurant R’evolution will show you a whole new … Continue reading

New Orleans Oyster Fest Shucks Formality For All-Out Fun

Come hungry and ready to party to the New Orleans Oyster Fest, May 30-31, 2015. NOLA’s French Quarter touts itself as the Oyster Capital of America, and for two delicious days participants can experience why. Restaurant specialties, live music, contests … Continue reading

Quirky Jacques-Imo’s a Top Draw for New Orleans Cuisine

It’s not every restaurant that leads its guests through the kitchen on the way to their table. But Jacques-Imo’s is not like any other restaurant. Its quirky atmosphere is just part of the reason Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast guests … Continue reading

NOLA Diners Find Lots to Love at Restaurant Patois

When guests at Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast want recommendations for a cozy neighborhood spot, Restaurant Patois always comes to mind. Its setting is quintessential New Orleans: a pretty once-private home with high ceilings and all the charm one expects … Continue reading

Food, Football & Fun. Thanksgiving NOLA Style!

Turkey Day festivities in the Crescent City start early and, fitting a city that loves its parties, end a few days later. In between, visitors will be treated to great food, a fun parade, races and one of the greatest … Continue reading