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"Like most people, the first time we both had sake was hot sake in a sushi restaurant," said Nan Wallis and Lindsey Brower Beard, the founders of Wetlands Sake. The New Orleans sake brand is making waves with its handcrafted lighter style sakes that can be enjoyed with or without food, anyti… Read more

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As we anxiously await for Virgin Hotels New Orleans to open its doors, the hotel is giving locals and visitors a sneak peek of Commons Club, its dynamic restaurant, bar, and lounge helmed by Executive Chef Alex Harrell. Both the hotel and restaurant are slated to open at the end of the season. Read more

For New Orleanians and visitors alike, Cafe du Monde is a wonderful place to start or end your day. Now everyone can enjoy a taste of the famous eatery through a collaboration with New Orleans-based MR EATWELL. A collection of sweatshirts, sweatpants, t-shirts, and slides became available in… Read more

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Calling all wine lovers! Copper Vine is offering two new ways to experience vino from across the globe along with its delicious and thoughtfully paired food. The restaurant's wine tastings and private wine dinners showcase the creative collaboration of sommelier Lydia Kurkoski and executive … Read more

Adore brings you the best in parties, personalities, fashion, and food with the spotlight on the stylemakers, artists, and designers that make it all happen. Join us as we celebrate with a look back at some of our favorite stories. Here's to another five years of discovering all the best tal… Read more

Join New Orleans-based fashion brand Lekha in its continued efforts to support their partners in India during the country's Covid crisis. Lekha has teamed up with Madhu Vaishnay, founder of the embroidery atelier The Saheli Women and the Institute for Philanthropy and Humanitarian Developmen… Read more

Healthy snacks don't have to be boring! There are plenty of tasty, interesting, and nutritious recipes across food blogs, cookbooks, and social media accounts. But for those who don't have the time to whip up a snack at a moment's notice, a pre-packaged option is preferred. Below, three heal… Read more

GiveNOLA Day returns next week, and Sylvain is celebrating Turning Tables, a local organization started in 2019 that the restaurant has worked with to expand its efforts for equity, diversity, and inclusion, with a fundraiser evening. The event takes place Tuesday, May 4 and will support the… Read more

With Mardi Gras behind us, our sights are set on Spring. While festivals have been postponed and life continues to be altered by the pandemic, there are plenty of food-focused events to add to your calendar. Whether you're brushing up your skills in the kitchen, perfecting a famous New Orlea… Read more

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Participating in dry (or damp) January and barely hanging on? One of these mocktails, made with fresh ingredients, may just hit the spot! Toups' Meatery provided us with a delicious twist on a lemon soda, while Compère Lapin offered an intriguing tropical beverage. Both are alcohol-free and … Read more

There's a new spot in Uptown New Orleans to sip, eat, and stay awhile, even overnight if you'd wish. The Chloe, a boutique hotel, restaurant, and bar, officially opened in late October after much anticipation. The 14-room sanctuary is the first from restaurateur and 2019 Adore A-Lister Rober… Read more

Whether you're back in the office and can't find the time to meal prep or just really tired of cooking, this new subscription service is sure to solve some pandemic-induced kitchen fatigue. Parcel brings prepared meals from a variety of local chefs directly to your doorstep. Simply heat and … Read more

When plans for a large, in-person gala were no longer feasible this season, the New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute (NOCHI) had to get creative. The school created Cooking for a Cause, an online virtual auction offering rare experiences with some of the top names in hospitality.  Read more

While celebrations these days aren't quite back to normal, Labor Day Weekend can still be a food-filled event. No matter where you're spending the holiday weekend, these flavorful recipes from two New Orleans spots are sure to take your dinner or pool day up a notch. Read more

Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean rosé drinking season needs to—especially in New Orleans where the weather would say otherwise. As we enter September, Martin Wine Cellar recommends sipping on Marietta Cellars Old Vine Rosé (OVR), a well-balanced wine with notes of stone … Read more

Looking to change up your dining experience this month? On Wednesday, August 26, join The Bower for a private, paired wine dinner in partnership with Sugar Roots Farm. Guests will enjoy a 5-course meal with a new wine to sip on with each dish. A portion of the proceeds will go to Sugar Roots… Read more

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Happy National Oyster Day! (We're looking for an excuse to celebrate anything these days!) To celebrate the August 5th holiday accordingly, Chef Isaac Toups of Toups' Meatery shared his special Roasted Oysters with Crab Fat Butter recipe which can be found in his book Chasing the Gator: Isaa… Read more

Gris-Gris is making the most of the current and ever-changing situation with new private dining experiences. Starting Friday, August 7, groups can reserve the entire Magazine Street restaurant for a seated brunch or dinner in the Samedi Room, or a cocktail party for up to 25 people in Gris-G… Read more