• New Orleans Oyster Festival 2019

    The two-day, free fest, showcases all the amazing ways you can prepare an oyster. Held along the Mississippi River at Woldenberg Park, Oyster Festival includes lots of eating and music, with a spectacular view of the city. Make sure to check out the cooking demonstrations around the fest, three contests, and a slew of local […]
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  • Crawfish 🦞 Festival 2019

    Buy Tickets: for nolacrawfish fest here.  The NOLA Crawfish Festival will be a true feast for the senses. Attendees can loosen up and hang out every day from 3pm till 10pm within the carefree backdrop of Central City BBQ, while enjoying the mouthwatering scents and flavors of over 6,000 pounds of hot boiled crawfish prepared […]
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    • 26 Days ago
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  • Soul food without compromising the SOUL /// Vegan With A Twist

    Through the ever-evolving lifestyle of living in New Orleans, we see the food industry changing; some for good and some less favored. But for Roy Joseph, Founder of eatery, Vegan Wit a Twist, he saw a void in healthy eating in New Orleans that needed to be filled. After opening up in October of 2018, […]
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    • 1 month ago
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  • NOLA EATS: Insomnia Cookies To Solve Ya Late Night Cravings

    When craving a late night dessert one option is always the insomnia cookie shop that always delivery located uptown  7527 Maple Street. Insomnia Cookies has over 100 locations around the U.S. The New Orleans location of Insomnia Cookies is in the longtime home of Maple Street Book Shop open everyday from either 9 or 10 a.m. […]
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    • 1 month ago
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  • NOLA LIVE: Freret Street Festival 2019

    This Saturday April 6th one of New Orleans uptown historic neighborhood’s hosts the Freret Street Festival. The festival includes Over 200 Local Vendors showcasing Local Arts, Crafts and Wearables, Live Music On 3 different Stages, and plenty of  food, drinks and family fun. To learn more visit http://www.freretstreetfestival.com/  
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    • 2 Months ago
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  • Mardi Gras Season Hangover cure Yaka-Mein aka “Old Sober”

    If you are looking for a hangover remedy to get you through this Mardi Gras weekend.. have you ever considered Yaka-Mein? Check it out below.. Article written by: JUSTINE STERLING (foodandwine.com) Yaka-mein, or “Old Sober,” is a Cajun-Chinese hybrid noodle soup made with spaghetti, beef, broth, hard-boiled eggs, green onions and hot sauce. It’s also […]
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    • 3 Months ago
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  • Saints Vs. Sinners (TheJDSeries Birthday Experience)

    Article written by: TheJDSeries Typically I don’t make a big deal about my birthday but I am always looking for reasons to dress up! I decided to do a Saints vs Sinners themed dinner party. Not sure why but the idea just came to me. I wanted the dinner to be a little fancy so […]
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    • 3 Months ago
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  • New Orleans activities for Lundi Gras!

    Via.GONOLA.COM Fat Monday Luncheon – The oldest tradition in Louisiana LGBTQ history, the Fat Monday Luncheon has been celebrated since 1949 when a local crowned one of his out-of town guests Queen of the luncheon at Brennan’s restaurant. Eventually, the group moved to Arnaud’s restaurant where the event is held today. Every year two queens are crowned: […]
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    • 3 Months ago
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  • NOLA LIVE: King Cake Contest @ Eiffiel Society

    Looking for something to do locally in New Orleans a=how about a King Cake Eating Contest? This King Cake Eating Contest features multiple local vendors and artists. It’s Free admission and $10 for contest entries. There also will be giving away $100 to the winner and prize giveaways through out! Location: Eiffel Society New Orleans […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • NOLA LIVE: MARLEY GRAS FESTIVAL Happening Feburary 9th

    NOLA Foodies looking for something to check out and grab some good eats! look no further than ‘The NOLA Caribbean Festival celebrates Caribbean’ The festival includes cuisine, music, dance, and culture while highlighting New Orleans’ deeply-rooted connections as the Caribbean’s northern-most city of New Orleans! To learn more about this event or register to be […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • GAMBIT Releases its Annual Winter Resturaunt Guide (NOLA FOODIE NEWS)

    Gambit’s Digital Edition: Winter Restaurant Guide – February 5, 2019 To view the entire digital guide check it out here.   
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • New Home, Same Hospitality for Chef D’z Cafe

    Prized New Orleans Restaurateur, Donald “Chef D” Smith hosted the Grand Opening for his newly relocated Chef D’z Cafe on Sunday, January 6th. Now, in the heart of the historic Treme neighborhood, he looks to win the hearts of residents and tourists alike, through their bellies. Chef D’z Grand Opening was unlike your traditional restaurant […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • NOLA LIVE: King Cake Festival This Sunday Jan.27

    NEW ORLEANS— King Cake Festival – Cream cheese-filled, bananas foster-style, or traditional – this festival has all the king cakes you can  imagine. On Sunday, Jan. 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., head to Champions Square for the King Cake Festival, which benefits Ochsner Hospital for Children. If you can’t decide which to try, […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • Heineken Introduces A Zero-Alcohol Beer

    Despite what one make think there are undoubtedly plenty of individuals interested in drinking alcohol-free beer. Heineken is catering to that audience with the new Heineken 0.0. Heineken launches a new campaign for the Zero Alchol beer. The beer’s initial ad campaign features a series of #NowYouCan scenarios, including drinking a beer during a work […]
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    • 4 Months ago
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  • Element Beverage Company Introduce two new flavors Tropical and Strawberry

    New Orleans’ trailblazing juice brand, Element Beverage Co is spear heading into 2019 with two new flavors added to their arsenal. The Tropical and Strawberry varieties join the original Pineapple Lemonade recipe with all natural flavors and reinforcing its stance on no GMO additives. The Captain’s of Cool, Founders Devin Espadron & Danion Green, previously […]
    • by Yoey
    • 5 Months ago
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  • Food Spotlight First time at Pappadeauxs {Dallas-Forth Worth Location}

    Mario “Yoey” Martin of Myhellofalife Media recently just traveled to Dallas, Texas to attend the New Orleans Saints vs Dallas Cowboys on Thursday Night Football. Unfortunately for myself I watched my sports team come up short and lose in Texas, but while in town I knew there was a place I wanted to finally taste […]
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    • 6 Months ago
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