Brunch and People Watching? ! Besides Beads and Beer, two of the most popular activities in New Orleans are Brunch and People Watching. Let’s start with Brunch which is a combination of Breakfast and Lunch. Brunch originated in England around the late 1800’s and since has become a part of […]

Daisy Dukes: Brunch and People Watching

Weather…it’s a force of nature. Love it or Hate it, it’s an uncontrollable element that can change the mood of any activity. And the most powerful element in New Orleans is Rain. For anyone who remembers the movie Singing in the Rain, it was a festive mood of song and […]

French Quarter Fest Singing in the Rain!

Hole in the Wall…the search for that place that satisfies both your Hunger and Heart. What makes these types of places so special? Typically, a Hole in the Wall is often older, smaller, and virtually unknown to outsiders. But why do people seek out these places and keep coming back […]

Majoria’s Commerce Neighborhood Diner

Mardi Gras…it’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of New Orleans and quite often, it’s the only thing. But, New Orleans and Louisiana is much,much more than just Mardi Gras! Festivals or Fests are abundant throughout New Orleans and Louisiana as it seems like a neverending […]

More than Mardi Gras…it’s Festival Time!

In the middle of the New Orleans Concrete Jungle, lies a Square that is both Peaceful and Musical. It’s not uncommon for many major Metropolitan cities to have a little bit of Nature giving life to the sometimes cold and artificial atmosphere of many downtown cityscapes. But amidst the towering […]

Lafayette Square Surprise

Besides Mardi Gras, New Orleans in known for its abundance of Food and Bars. There’s probably more choices on where to eat or drink in the French Quarter alone than there are in some cities! Whatever type of Restaurant you prefer, whether it’s Fine Dining or even Franchises(what’s wrong with […]

Hobnobber’s Hidden Breakfast

Music is the Heart, Soul, and Spirit of New Orleans, but it’s almost always about the Grown-ups. Well, Nawlins music isn’t just for the Big Kids it’s also home to some of the most spectacular Kid Talent in the entire Universe! Kids of NOLA are born and raised in a […]

Random Acts of Music: Kids Rule the Quarter!

Now that Mardi Gras 2015 has passed ¬†and people are still recovering from their endless Hangovers, it’s time to reflect on some random memories for those who still remember what happened. Now typically, we’ll see images of floats, beads, partiers, and drunkies galore, but I’d like to focus on some […]

Mardi Gras 2015 Memories

Beer and Beads…sounds like a Perfect match just like Peanut Butter and Jelly except with the special ingredient of FUN!!! There’s absolutely no shortage of Bars and Restaurants in the French Quarter, but there’s only ONE that actually makes their own Beer. Crescent City Brewhouse is the special place where […]

Crescent City Brewhouse

A Brewhouse is probably not the place you would expect to here some Soulful Saxophone and Jazz Cello…but this isn’t just any place, it’s New Orleans! Out on Decatur Street in the French Quarter, you’ll find the Crescent City Brewhouse which is the most popular MicroBrewery in the Quarter. While […]

Random Acts of Music: Brewhouse

Things that go “Bump in the Night” are often things we’d all like to avoid. But in New Orleans, Ghosts and Goblins aren’t only residents, but they’re also Big attractions. Well maybe not the Ghosts themselves, but definitely the places they roam especially in the chilling cemeteries of New Orleans. […]

City of the Dead, New Orleans

Mardi Gras is Coming…It’s that time of the year again! Actually, Mardi Gras falls anywhere between February and March here in New Orleans. This year the Final Day of Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, falls on Tuesday, February 17th. But before all the Craziness begins, or maybe it never ends, it […]

Mardi Gras is Coming…