I like being the guinea pig because I’ll eat about anything.
SFA has teamed up with New Orleans photographer and NOLAbeings creator Claire Bangser to share the stories of everyday New Orleans residents.
New Orleans resident and photographer Pableaux Johnson describes how he fell in love…with his favorite gumbo.
Keeping up the virtual cocktail crawl, today’s Thirsty Thursday features a few fun NOLA staples that merit an honorable mention.
Two of Bourbon Street’s signature drinks — the Hurricane and the Hand Grenade — not only have distinct flavors, but distinct shapes, bold images that have carved a deep space into the collective memory of New Orleans.
Trey Monaghan’s grandfather Jim Monaghan has a signature drink still served at Molly’s on the Market in the French Quarter of New Orleans. He also designed the best people-watching spot.
Our new oral history project documents the lives and drinks of the French Quarter’s past and present.
When money got tight, Keng Harvey decided to sell catfish plates out of his home to the thirty or so folks that got the Facebook memo. That first meal was last Halloween, and Harvey’s Big Frickin’ Fish Fry has done nothing but grow in popularity since.
It’s never a bad time for some Willie Mae’s fried chicken.