With so many restaurants in New Orleans, how do you choose which to visit during your New Orleans bed and breakfast getaway? What we consider when recommending an eatery to our guests is, of course, food quality. But we also consider ease of access, and our ability to obtain great service for you. With [...]
May 8, 2012
April 12, 2012
What do you do with a big-windowed building that has been boarded up for 6 1/2 years? Why, you place a French bistro-styled New Orleans eatery inside that is one of the best local destinations for oysters, of course! Superior Seafood & Oyster Bar opened up its doors (and tall, bright windows) in January 2012. [...]
February 17, 2012
Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast recommends New Orleans’ Red Fish Grill – a mid-priced, casual eatery which is known to be the best option for Bourbon Street dining. Owned by Ralph Brennan, a well-known gourmet restaurateur in New Orleans, this eatery puts great Gulf seafood on your place at a great price! The internet is [...]
August 30, 2011
For the fifth year in a row, visitors to New Orleans and locals alike will dive into the “Louisiana Seafood Festival” at Lafayette Park downtown on Friday, Saturday and Sunday Sept 9,10 & 11 2011. We went last year and had a blast sampling all the food and tasting the great local beers that were [...]
August 26, 2010
Martinique is not your typical NOLA bistro; it is more like a testament to a multi-cultural food experience. But it remains a top choice among bed and breakfast Innkeepers in New Orleans. And for good reason.
August 18, 2010
Many locals can attest to Gautreau’s wild popularity. Nestled in a charming historical building that was once a drugstore, this little bistro has a certain je ne sais quoi that captivates guests. Through potentially devastating circumstances such as a bad economy and changes in the kitchen, Gautreau’s has managed to remain at the top of its class.
August 14, 2010
Upon walking into this Uptown landmark, you feel right at home. You will never encounter the initial waves of faux affection that greet customers at select nouveau modern bistros or have to deal with a pretentious waiter sporting a fake French accent.
August 8, 2010
La Petite Grocery, led by executive chef Justin Devillier, is making a name for itself among NOLA’s finest establishments. When you dine at La Petite Grocery you are not only indulging in the crème de la crème of New Orleans inspired fare, but also partaking in the rich history that surrounds the restaurant, from the name to the location.
July 30, 2010
There are many restaurants on Magazine Street, but there is only one that got voted “sexiest dining room in New Orleans” by Travel and Leisure Magazine. That one restaurant is a quaint little place offering some out-of-this-world French-Italian cuisine.
June 27, 2010
In New Orleans, Loretta’s, one of the better makers of pralines, has pecan, coconut, chocolate, and rum flavors of pralines. At Aunt Sally’s in the French Market, her original product has a beautiful vanilla note and creamy texture. One can watch the manufacturing process in the window, or go in and take in the aroma.
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