Palace Café A Dining Gem in NOLA’s French Quarter

Everything about the Palace Café oozes class. Waiters in bowties, fine linens, an historic old building with stylish tile floor—and most of all, the plates that come out of the kitchen. Dining at the Palace is always a special evening—and … Continue reading

Satchmo Summer Fest a Weekend Tribute to NOLA’s Favorite Son

With a mega-watt smile, distinctive gravely voice, and sweet-sounding trumpet, Louis Armstrong etched his place as a jazz master, and lives on as our city’s beloved native son. His charisma is still felt in the streets of New Orleans, and … Continue reading

Great Food and Mardi Gras at Arnauds in the French Quarter

Speaking of Mardi Gras, New Orleans can mix it with just about anything. Food and Mardi Gras?  You certainly have it here in the Cresent City at Arnauds! Not quite one of the city’s Centenarian restaurants (but will be added … Continue reading

Savor 100 Years of Food Tradition in NOLA

Foodies view New Orleans as a pilgrimage destination.  Our city’s quest for culinary perfection is legendary, as is the variety of flavors found here.  In fact, some of the flavors have been here for, literally, a hundred years!  Food-lovers can … Continue reading