|Sunday, 10 July 2005||11:19 PM|
|Maria Vieages -- Maria's Multi Regional Cuisine|
|Saturday, 2 July 2005||1:51 PM|
|Todd A. Price -- Food Writer -- Gambit Weekly|
|Monday, 27 June 2005||1:02 PM|
|Frankie Sobol -- Bell Foods|
|Sunday, 19 June 2005||1:22 AM|
|Kevin Lacassin -- The Columns Hotel|
|Sunday, 12 June 2005||10:04 AM|
|Liz Williams -- Southern Food and Beverage Museum|
|Monday, 6 June 2005||10:13 AM|
|Harold Breaux -- Louisiana Seafood Exchange|
|Sunday, 29 May 2005||12:28 AM|
|Meghan Donahue -- Food Art|
|Monday, 23 May 2005||1:06 AM|
|Kevin R. Roberts -- Restaurant Critic/Photographer|
|Sunday, 15 May 2005||11:39 PM|
|Sara Roahen - Food Writer|
|Sunday, 1 May 2005||10:59 PM|
|Arthur Hebert -- Pujo St. Cafe (Lake Charles), Restaurant Reviewer|
|Sunday, 17 April 2005||12:37 AM|
|Greg Prasker -- Big Apple Deli|
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||3:14 PM|
|Maria Vieages - Chef/Owner, Maria's Multi-Regional Cuisine|
1919 BURGUNDY STREET (Elysian Fields to Burgundy (2 blocks past St. Claude) (Doerr Furniture Sign and Latter and Blum). Rt. on Burgundy. 3rd Block on right.
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||3:09 PM|
|Julie Brignac - Marketing Director, Mr. B's Bistro|
201 Royal Street , New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(at the corner of Iberville Street - in the French Quarter) 504-523-2078
Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, Mr. B's Bistro is located at the intersection of Royal Street and Iberville, one of New Orleans' most celebrated food corners. Since 1860's, this corner has been a New Orleans landmark. In 1868, this once quiet corner was transformed into Solari's Market. New Orleanians came from all over town to visit this soda fountain and lunch counter which also specialized in merchandise not found anywhere else--like out-of-season fruits and vegetables, rare liquors, exquisite candy and imported cookies. Solari's closed it's doors for the final time in 1965, but fourteen years later, in 1979, John, Ella, Dick, Dottie and Adelaide Brennan resurrected this celebrated food corner into Mr. B's and beckoned the culinary world inside.
Since 1979, Mr. B's has been an integral part of an on-going process of redefining New Orleans cooking. Louisiana Cuisine is a melting pot of diverse cultures including French, Spanish, Italian, African, American Indian and Caribbean. New Orleans' location and growth as a port city has allowed these various cultures to harmoniously blend together, utilizing the foods of South Louisiana, to create a style of cooking referred to as "Creole Cuisine." Our kitchens have attempted to revive the distinct qualities of Louisiana's varied cultural influences... adapting and incorporating local and regional ingredients into innovative culinary creations. Quality and farm freshness predominate; our own homemade sausages, cured and smoked meats, pickles and chutneys are evidence of our dedication to distinction.
Our commitment to the best has inspired a sincere concern for our environment. We have begun to search out products which are organically grown to help preserve the natural freshness which has so greatly enriched our cooking.
Mr. B's is proud to offer regional Creole cuisine strong in its flavorful ties both to New Orleans and to South Louisiana. We embrace the challenge for simple and honest food in a "bistro" style. For an all occasion business lunch, a festive jazz brunch or dinner accompanied by live piano music, we strive to deliver a great dining experience to our guests. We hope that you will be pleased with the continuing tradition of creativity which has made Mr. B's a culinary leader thus far!
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||3:06 PM|
|Darlene A. Wolnik - Associate Director of the Crescent City Farmers Market|
Tuesdays / year round / rain or shine
10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Uptown Square parking lot, 200 Broadway
Thursdays / year round, 3-7 p.m.
(Thanksgiving - Mardi Gras, winter hours, 3-6 p.m.)
3700 Orleans Avenue
Saturdays / year round / rain or shine
8 a.m. - 12 noon. 700 Magazine Street
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||3:02 PM|
|Brian Zar - Hotel Assistant Manager, The Columns Hotel|
The Columns Hotel
3811 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70115
The Columns Hotel, New Orleans' favorite historic hotel, welcomes you to experience a timeless and memorable stay in the South.
Claire and Jacques Creppel
The Columns Hotel - Proprietors
Built 1883 | Listed in the National Registry of Historic Places
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||2:57 PM|
|Harry Tervalon Sr, - Waiter for 48 Years, Camellia Grill|
626 S. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA 70118-1008 Phone: 504/866-9573
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||2:52 PM|
|Chris DeBarr - Chef, Vincent's Italian Cuisine ( St. Charles Avenue)|
7839 Saint Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118-3848
Phone: (504) 866-9313
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||2:48 PM|
|Craig Cassiopi - General Manager, Charlie G's (Metairie)|
With regrets, we report that Charlie G's in Metairie is no longer open. The Lafayette location is still open for business.
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||2:32 PM|
|Pete Vazquez - Chef/Owner, Marisol|
"I like to cause a ruckus. I want to challenge the complacent palate!."
437 Esplanade Ave.
Free Validated Parking
Marisol Restaurant, at the edge of New Orleans' historic French Quarter, is a contemporary American International bistro. Owners Janis Vazquez and Chef Peter Vazquez offer highly refined & inventive cuisine, an award - winning wine list, New Orleans' largest cheese list, a serenely beautiful dining room, and a tropical courtyard. These features, combined with a courteous, professional wait staff, and safe, well-lit, FREE validated parking, offer locals and tourists alike a very unique dining experience. Dine with us and find out for yourself what everybody is talking about! For information or reservations, call 504-943-1912 or visit Marisol at 437 Esplanade, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||2:30 PM|
|Danny Benn - Chef/Owner, Kelsey's|
We're very sorry to report that Kelsey's has closed.
|Wednesday, 25 February 2004||2:29 PM|
|Dana Deutsch - Chef/Owner, Sunray Grill|
1051 Annunciation Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 566-0021, fax (504) 566-0041
619 Pink Street, Metairie, LA 70005
(504) 837-0055, fax (504) 835-2555
2600 Belle Chase Highway, Gretna, LA 70056
(504) 391-0053, fax (504) 391-7406
Embark with us on a dining journey where culinary styles from near and far are matched with the finest ingredients from our local markets. Every plate of food crafted in our kitchens has been developed with care and detail. Our service personnel is dedicated to delivering you a rich experience without delivering an over priced bill.
Sip fresh squeezed lime Margaritas or other potent potions that conjure images of tropical paradises.
Eagerly weigh wonderful menu options against the chef's daily specials.
Watch your waiter prepare taqueria style guacamole fresh at your table.
Wind down with one of our pastry chef's decadent desserts.
Whether you join us in New Orleans, Old Metairie, or the West Bank, you will find well balanced meals with quality ingredients, prepared and served by a knowledgeable staff, all in an atmosphere that's refined but funky.