The city of New Orleans has gone wild with the success of its football team. The feeling of euphoria over the team making it to the Superbowl is as unifying as was the comeback spirit that manifested after Katrina. Its universal across all citizens no matter their cultural, religious or educational background.
February 12, 2010
November 18, 2009
Thanksgiving is just around the corner…for many that means good times with family, fun, and FOOD! Food that you have to prepare for everyone else. If you (or your significant other) dread slaving away in the kitchen for hours on end, it may be time to switch things up this holiday!
October 31, 2009
New Orleans at holiday season is a great time to visit and enjoy all the beautiful sights, sounds and shopping that we have to offer. You deserve a holiday treat in our world class restaurants and night clubs and you can still get in some last minute shopping for unique gifts that can only be found in the Big Easy.
October 29, 2009
Dress it up with roast beef, spice it up with Cajun shrimp, or load it up with some crispy fried oysters; no matter how you fill it, the Po-Boy is king in the Crescent City.
October 21, 2009
Jazz up your next breakfast or brunch with these easy recipes from the Innkeepers at the Avenue Inn B&B!
Gumbo, pralines, po-boys and more! The cuisines of New Orleans are like nothing else in the world. And when you come to the Crescent City, you will quickly understand why. One taste of any of our local flavors and you’ll be hooked on all the dishes served up in our world class dining establishments.
October 11, 2009
Get ready for a music experience you will never forget! New Orleans Magazine is proud to announce Eminem’s first concert performance in four years and only scheduled show in 2009 will take place at the Voodoo Experience, Halloween weekend (October 30, 31 & November 1, 2009) at City Park.
September 30, 2009
f you are planning a trip to New Orleans, adding the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) to your “to do” list is a must. At NOMA, treasured artwork valued at over $200 million is open to the public everyday.
September 22, 2009
With its eight layered decadence sure to qualm any sweet tooth, the Doberge (pronounced Do-bash) cake has made a definite mark on New Orleans. Tantalizing taste buds for so many years, it’s natural to wonder who is responsible for all the indulgence.