The Rock & Rouge Women’s Music & Food Festival & Beyond New Orleans, Louisiana, May 13, 2020 – Unfortunately, we must announce that The Rock & Rouge Women’s Music & Food Festival & beyond 2020 has been cancelled. At first, we had hoped to postpone the festival to September 2020 in response to the outbreak […]
If you are looking for a good business, it is best to venture into food. People eat three or more times a day and choosing food as your product will guarantee you a market. But what if you have limited funds to open up a business? Venturing into any business will cost you a […]
Mayor Prohibits Outdoor Dining at New Orleans Restaurants Despite Governor’s Change to State MandateApril 28, 2020
Mayor Latoya Cantrell has stated that the city of New Orleans will still have restrictions that the governor has approved for the rest of the state beginning Friday, May 1, 2020. While Governor Edwards announced that the stay home mandate will be extended until May 15, the same day as Mayor Cantrell’s city-wide mandate, he […]
During today’s daily press conference, Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards responded to a Shreveport resident’s question inquiring as to whether there was any way to volunteer directly to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Besides the requests to stay at home, social distance, practice good hygiene and wear a mask when going out in public […]
At this time, it’s easy to feel powerless and left wondering what you can do to lend a helping hand. There are a lot of local organizations that are accepting donations and volunteers. Here’s a list a few places where you can give back. Food Feed the Frontline NOLA This non-profit organization organized by the […]
The creators of the popular app for locals, Drinker’s Edition, have stepped up to keep the community informed on the local restaurants offering takeout, delivery and curbside pickup during the COVID-19 pandemic by creating a website, Takeout Covid. The site also provides much needed resources to locals who have been laid-off during these trying times. […]
For almost a century, Phillips Bar has been nestled on the corner of Maple Street and Cherokee; a charming and sophisticated spot that stands apart from others nearby.
Jacques-Imo Café was fined $55,288 in penalties after a U.S. Department of Labor investigation found they had violated multiple child labor provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). According to an announcement by the U.S. Department of Labor, Investigators from the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor found that the restaurant […]
Creole & Vinegar is a New Orleans barbecue popup serving Creole and Cajun fare with a 40-60% vegan twist.
Here are some of the best places in town to sample the summer-friendly dishes of the Middle East and beyond.
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