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Eric Cook opens Saint John restaurant in the French Quarter

Chef Eric Cook is channeling the Creole wayback machine with the food he is serving at Saint John, the folk art-filled restaurant he opened on Oct. 6 at 1117 Decatur St. Despite the pandemic and Hurricane Ida, Cook was laser focused on the dishes he wanted to create with chef de cuisine Daren Porretto.
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Read the latest Gambit: The Fall 2021 Dining Issue

The temperatures may have dipped below 80 degrees only a handful of days so far in New Orleans, but the 12-foot skeletons and the pumpkin patches are back to remind us that yes, in fact, it is fall. And with the new season, restaurants are looking to fill their seats again as we get further away from Hurricane Ida.
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Family-Run Vietnamese Restaurant Lilly's Cafe Is Still a New Orleans Staple 10 Years Later

Family-Run Vietnamese Restaurant Lilly's Cafe Is Still a New Orleans Staple 10 Years Later. Our series celebrating the best neighborhood restaurants across the country, as chosen by you, continues! Next up, discover Lilly's Cafe, a family-owned Vietnamese restaurant in New Orleans recommended by Marisa and Brian. "When you think of New Orleans, you might not necessarily think of Vietnamese food, but it's really good comfort food," Marisa says.
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COVID inspires kindness among bar patrons

Nothing in life is certain except death, taxes, and bars in New Orleans. In the continued presence of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Uptown bars are seeing fewer patrons as well as changes in customer attitudes. “I felt like before, there was a lot of disrespect and blatant ignorance, but after...
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Where Should I Eat in New Orleans?

If you have ever traveled to Louisiana (or if you live there), you've probably included New Orleans on your list of cities to visit. New Orleans is famed for its music, its history, its architecture, the accents of its residents, and its food. Many of the things New Orleans is...
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Business Profile: The Next Evolution of Church Alley Cafe

Church Alley Cafe & Grocery, already ranked one of New Orleans’ top coffee shops by Eater Nola, is growing in it’s beloved Canal Street space. The Mid-City cafe is now offering an array of retail items alongside its classic hand brew, cold brew, espresso drinks, teas and menu of creative sandwiches, pastries, salads, snacks and 6-pack growlers of cold brew that are capped to be enjoyed later.
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Nominations and recommendations open for 2022 Beard Awards

Here’s something for those of you who are fond of banging your head against a wall: The James Beard Foundation is accepting recommendations for its 2022 chef and restaurant awards. Bang lightly, however, as this will be the first award program following an audit conducted by the foundation to attempt...
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The Best Roast Beef Po’Boy In The State Is Found At Bear’s, An Unassuming Little Eatery In Louisiana

If you ask 20 different Louisianians where to get the best roast beef po’boy in Louisiana, you’ll get 20 different answers. Sure, there are the iconic po’boy restaurants in New Orleans like Parkway Tavern, Crabby Jack’s, and Domilise’s, but there are also some delicious po’boys outside of the Crescent City, like Darrell’s in Lake Charles […] The post The Best Roast Beef Po’Boy In The State Is Found At Bear’s, An Unassuming Little Eatery In Louisiana appeared first on Only In Your State.
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