The French Quarter’s famous watering hole is clinking hurricane glasses as they toast to 80 years of roaring pianos and courtyard cocktails. Like wine and whiskey, Pat O’Brien’s is getting better with age by celebrating the big 8-0 with a huge block party outside it’s home base in New Orleans on St. Peter Street from 5 pm until, well, tomorrow […]
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As Mardi Gras comes to a close, we reached out to our friends in the Gulf to see how the South celebrated Carnival season this year. From Mobile to the Crescent City the crowds didn’t disappoint.
Since we can’t all be at Mardi Gras — we bring you the inside scoop straight from New Orleans native Taylor Morgan. She is a fashionable girl about town and editor of the newly launched New Orleans’ Scout Guide – a consortium of super-chic city guidebooks that are dedicated to “capturing the best of local.” Who better than a Scout Editor to […]
On Sunday morning, Chuck Rogers climbed in an empty beer bin and slept for two-and-a-half hours. That was his most memorable moment from Hurricane Isaac. For almost a week, he and his family, who own the 73 year-old Buffa’s Bar and Restaurant, kept their neighborhood going with food, laughs drinks, and most importantly: electricity.
Amidst the fallen trees and chaos, there is hot boudin being served (again). Seven years ago, Herbsaint was the first fine dining restaurant to reopen after Huricane Katrina.
One the South’s favorite ways to chill out is also the most delicious–fruit based ice pops. They’re just what we need during one of the hottest summers on record, and their icy goodness has spawned shops from North Carolina’s Outer Banks to heat-parched Austin.