Dining

Casual Eats for New Orleans Festival Season

January 30, 2013
Festival season lures hundreds of thousands of visitors to New Orleans every year for a concentrated dose of the city's best music, food, art and culture. After long days and nights of soaking up New Orleans and dancing in our streets, sitting down to a full-blown meal in one of the city's top restaurants might not fit the bill. If you're looking for easy eats - great bar snacks, small plates and casual, local fare - head to these restaurants.

Killer Po-Boys at Erin Rose Bar (811 Conti, 504.252.6745)

Spirit of the Season

November 07, 2012
The French Quarter has long been epicenter of New Orleans' historic restaurants. Some of the city's (and the country's) oldest, most revered restaurants are scattered along the cobblestone streets of the Vieux Carre. Nestled near these bastions of New Orleans dining, a batch of new restaurants has joined the culinary gumbo of the French Quarter.

Follow Restaurant R'evolution to Blackberry Farm this November

October 19, 2012
Join Restaurant R'evolution at Blackberry Farm for a 3 day Interactive Cooking School & Epicurean Event that includes cooking demonstrations, wine tastings & meals with pairings. November 4-7, 2012 featuring Chefs Rick Tramonto and John Folse!

The event will include cooking demonstrations by R'evolution owners Chef Folse and Chef Tramonto and Blackberry's own Chef Joseph Lenn. Participate in these demonstrations and enjoy tastings of vintage wines in the Barn Cellar.

"Tastefully Done" - Vieux Carre's Newest Restaurants - Fall 2012

July 31, 2012
The French Quarter has long been epicenter of New Orleans' historic restaurants. Some of the city's (and the country's) oldest, most revered restaurants are scattered along the cobblestone streets of the Vieux Carre. Nestled near these bastions of New Orleans dining, a batch of new restaurants has joined the culinary gumbo of the French Quarter. Here's a look at the latest.

R'evolution at Royal Sonesta (777 Bienville Street, 503.553.2277)