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

Big Names, Cool Music Mix at NOLA Jazz & Heritage Festival

Mark your calendar for April 24 through May 3, 2015, because you’re not going to want to miss this: the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Big-name national and local musicians carry on the tradition of Mahalia Jackson and Duke … Continue reading

NOLA Diners Find Lots to Love at Restaurant Patois

When guests 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 from our ultra charming city. But … Continue reading

Discover Charm of New Orleans in Its Historic Neighborhoods

Guests are a curious lot—they love to hear stories of New Orleans and learn more about its intriguing history. One way to do that is to study the city’s architecture, and explore NOLA’s many historic neighborhoods. To get started, plan … Continue reading

Mardi Gras in Nola: The Best Valentine’s Gift of All!

Give your sweetie the gift of a lifetime, Mardi Gras in New Orleans! Mardi Gras 2015 runs from February 6-17, and rooms are going fast, so book yours today. Call Joe or Bebe at and they’ll help you plan your … Continue reading

NOLA celebrates 2015 Bicentennial Battle of New Orleans

History buffs and New Orleans devotees alike will want to head to the Crescent City January 6-8, 2015 for celebrations saluting the 200th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, the final and decisive battle in the War of 1812. … Continue reading