Things We Adore: Bridal 2020

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A few places and things that have caught our eye...

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New Orleans native Cheryl Gerber presents her latest book, which includes over 200 photographs of women across the city. gardendistrictbookshop.com


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New Orleans stationer Alexa Pulitzer created a boxed assortment that is all about the message. alexapulitzer.com


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Double Dealer, New Orleans’ newest speakeasy, offers authentic and one-of-a-kind 1920s-era cocktails, music, and entertainment beneath the Orpheum Theater. doubledealernola.com


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The Link Stryjewski Foundation, founded by chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski, aims to nourish, educate, and empower the youth of New Orleans. linkstryjewski.org


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Seed, the plant-based Prytania Street restaurant, reopened under new ownership last month and features tasty fare, innovative cocktails, and stunning interiors. seedneworleans.com

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On Saturday, February 15, the Krewe of Freret Parade will roll up to Mardi Gras World and Shorty Gras Ball, headlined and curated by Trombone Shorty, will commence. shortygrasnola.com

This article appeared in the Bridal 2020 Issue of Adore Magazine.