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. [...]
April 12, 2012
April 3, 2012
In 1970, Mahalia Jackson and Duke Ellington took part in a spontaneous jazz parade during the Louisiana Heritage Fair, and the NOLA Jazz Fest was born! April 27- May 6, 2012 marks the 43rd annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, commemorating the unique spirit of Jazz and Louisiana heritage during this annual event. What [...]
March 9, 2012
New Orleans is very excited to be the host city of the 2012 NOLA NCAA Championships, the pinnacle of the NCAA season. Last year’s hosting of the Southeast regional championships were but a dress-rehearsal for this year’s championships. The 2012 NCAA Men’s Division Basketball Tournament began with 68 teams, and progresses to the Final Four, [...]
October 19, 2010
Bedandbreakfast.com, a leading national authority on all things B&B, has recognized the Avenue Inn as one of the best bed and breakfast lodging destinations in the South! This was their sixth annual web-based awards ceremony for its bed and breakfast membership of over 7000 properties around the world.
October 4, 2010
If you haven’t picked up the latest copy of Air Tran Magazine you may not be aware that this New Orleans bed and breakfast was featured in the September issue! The Avenue Inn B&B “Breaking Up” package, which has saved many a broken heart, was the topic of interest this month.
September 21, 2010
Fourth Annual New Orleans Seafood Festival took place this year at Lafayette Square on September 10th, 11th and 12th, 2010 across from Gallier Hall in downtown NOLA. Proceeds from this event benefited the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation.
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.
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