A few things that have caught our eye...

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Following Hurricane Ida, Melissa Martin of Mosquito Supper Club called on New Orleanians to aid and support the bayou communities that suffered during the devastating storm. Through Bayou Fund, those in need have directly received water, ice, and gas as well as nourishing meals and money as they begin to rebuild their lives.



Beard Papa's, a cream puff bakery founded in Japan, landed on Magazine Street this Summer and has already made a delicious first impression. The location offers a variety of fillings and toppings and carries two New Orleans-inspired filling flavors — Bananas Foster and King Cake — as well as mini chocolate lava cakes, cheesecakes, and more.



Support hurricane relief efforts with these t-shirts. The Times-Picayune revived its popular option from Hurricane Katrina (unisex sizing is available) and all proceeds will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank. Fleurty Girl's option supports the Bless Your Heart Foundation, a nonprofit directly supporting people in Houma, Thibodaux, and the surrounding region.

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A five-star experience awaits at the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans located along the Mighty Mississippi. From luxurious guest rooms to innovative Louisiana cuisine by Chef Alon Shaya, a stylish staycation has never sounded so appealing — or well deserved.


This article appeared in the A-List 2021 Issue of Adore Magazine.