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4128 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115

The flavors of Indian cuisine have always intrigued me, so aromatic and complex. We finally managed to get a reservation at this popular uptown establishment, opened in August 2017 by the Vilkhu Family. When one thinks of New Orleans cuisine, Indian cuisine may not be the first to come to mind, but I highly advise you to put this one on your bucket list. The menu is a fabulous mix of authentic Indian selections and New Orleans-inspired dishes. The color hues of the restaurant are so warm and inviting, resembling the colorful spices so abundantly used in Indian cuisine. Saffron Nola is well-known for the sophistication and uniqueness of its cocktail selections. The Saffron NOLA Old Fashioned is, by far, one of the smoothest I’ve been blessed to consume. The food is impeccable; so flavorful, well-portioned, and beautifully plated. Recommended menu selections include: Oyster Bed Roast (I recommend ordering a half dozen, as the parmesan cheese brings quite a richness to the dish), Roti Sathi (bread companions)-Eggplant Hyderabad, Channa Daal, and the Raita, which pair well with the Goat Masala and the Khyber Lamb Chops. “The Kiss from a Rose” dessert selection is an interestingly delicious combination of saffron cardamom ice cream, rose syrup, pistachios, and vermicelli. I believe the success of this restaurant is directly tied to the day to day involvement of the owners. Their presence is felt throughout your experience! The staff is well-versed in the specifics of the menu selections and well attentive to your needs. The next time you’re in the mood for something a little different from the typical New Orleans fare, please give this place a try. Dress is business casual. Reservations are highly recommended.

Stewed Cabbage and Pork Chops


  • 3 strips Bacon
  • 4 Pork Chops (bone in, center cut)
  • 1  ½ C Onions (chopped)
  • 6 C Cabbage (cut into approximately 2-inch chunks-remember to remove the center stalk)
  • 2 C Low Sodium Chicken or Vegetable Broth
  • 10-12 Baby Red Potatoes
  • 1 T Sugar or Sugar Substitute (Erythritol/Splenda/Xylitol)
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  • Fry bacon in a large pot until fully cooked. Remove bacon from pot and set aside. Brown pork chops on each side in bacon grease then remove and set aside. Add onions to the pot,  sauté until clear. Add cabbage, bacon strips, pork chops, baby red potatoes, sugar and chicken (or vegetable) broth. Salt and pepper to taste. Cover and simmer on low-medium heat for approximately 45 minutes or until cabbage is tender. Makes 4 servings.
    *May substitute bacon with 2 T olive oil/grapeseed oil for a healthier version of this recipe.
    *Easy peasy, tasty comfort food! Enjoy!
    *Add 5-6 drops of hot sauce to spice it up!

Palm and Pine
308 N. Rampart St
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 814-6200

Palm and Pine opened its doors mid-summer 2019 on the outskirts of the French Quarter in what seems to be the up and coming neighborhood for new and exciting culinary ventures. The chef/owners, Amarys and Jordan Herndon, were previous sous chefs at Bayona and Ralph’s on the Park, respectively and well-known for their pop-up, Old Portage. The focus is on providing patrons with cuisines of the south and “south of that” to include the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America. The restaurant resides in what was previously a town home that’s been transformed into a welcoming, brick-walled venue with Caribbean colored accents, a wide-opened kitchen and full-service bar focused on agave and cane spirits, unique cocktails, new world wines, and craft/Latin American beers. The fare is prepared with preciseness and creativity, using the freshest of ingredients and carefully plated to create that “wow” factor. Recommendations: The Preservation Plate, BBQ Shrimp, Paneed Pork Chop, Louisiana Wagyu, Fried Yuca Torta. Also, I highly recommend one of the most unique cocktails I’ve ever had the pleasure of sipping on: Like Water for Chocolate!

1. Bayou Bacchanal
November 1-2

Bayou Bachannal Pic

Bayou Bacchanal, the original Caribbean Carnival of New Orleans, will hold its 17th annual celebration on November 1-2. Presented by Friends of Culture, it will be a two-day celebration of delicious Caribbean cuisine, dancing, and music. The annual All White Affair will be held Friday evening at Cozie’s Sports Bar and Grill, located at 724 Franklin St in Gretna, LA. This is a late-night dance party starting at 11pm, featuring live DJs. Admission is $10 in advance and $15 at the door. This fee gives you access to the World Wide Dance Celebration. On Saturday, November 2, the Bayou Bacchanal Carnival will be held at Crescent Park. It’s a celebration of everything Caribbean. Come dressed in Caribbean carnival attire, dance the day away while feasting on good food and refreshing drinks. Admission is $10 in advance and $15 at the door. The Bayou Bacchanal After Party will be held at Rendez-Vous Haitian Creole, Saturday night starting at 11pm. Close out Bayou Bacchanal listening to DJs spinning Caribbean music, snacking on Caribbean bites and dancing the night away.

2. Algiers Folk Art Festival
November 2

Algiers Folk Art Festival

Hosted by the Algiers Folk Art Zone & Blues Museum, the Algiers Folk Art Festival will celebrate its ninth year. The event will take place on the grounds of the Folk Art Zone & Blues Museum, located at 207 Lebouef, along the Mississippi River levee in Algiers. Folk artists will feature paintings, sculptures, collage, jewelry and other items available for purchase. In traditional New Orleans style, there will be live music and food trucks on hand for your enjoyment. According to the website, proceeds will be used for enhancement of the museum and to create initiatives for increased visibility to self-taught artists.

3. Wine on the River
November 2

Wine on the River pic

Presented by the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation, Wine on the River will take place from 3-6pm at Woldenberg Riverfront Park on the Audubon Aquarium Plaza. Enjoy wine-tastings from multiple regions around the globe, while listening to live music, feasting on fare provided by several restaurants, and enjoying the sights along the river. A Canal St and a Bienville St entrance will be available this year. VIP tickets are available. Proceeds will benefit the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation. 21+ only event.

4. The Bloody Mary Festival
November 2-3

The bloody Mary Festival Pic

Get over to the Howlin’ Wolf, at 907 South Peters St., from 12pm-4:30pm to sample an array of Bloody Mary offerings. Tickets start at $35 and include Bloody Marys, local food and beverage samples, temporary tattoos, and more. The event will also feature live music by Andrew Block.

5. Oak Street Po-Boy Festival
November 3

The 13th annual Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is an awesome event, featuring over 60 variations of classic sandwiches from various New Orleans restaurants. Live music will be featured all day on four stages. Admission to the festival is free, but in order to purchase po-boys from the venders, you must purchase a $5 wristband at the event. A fast Pass is also available for $20, which allows you access to a special lane to purchase food. November 3rd is National Sandwich Day, so what better way to spend it than celebrating at a Po-Boy Festival!

6. Boudin, Bourbon & Beer
November 8

Boudin, Bourbon, and Beer Pic

Come join us at Emeril Lagasse Foundation’s annual event at Champion’s Square. The event will feature food selections from over 70 chefs, open bars featuring craft beers, premium spirits, fine wines, premium cigar bar, dessert tasting stations, live music from Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Grace Potter, Fruition, and Motel Radio, merchandise station, and a silent auction. Proceeds go towards the Emeril Lagasse Foundation’s mission of supporting youth in reaching their fullest potential through culinary, nutrition, and arts education. General Admission tickets are $135. See website for full details and ticket purchase.

7. Treme Creole Gumbo Festival
November 16-17

Treme Creole Gumbo Festival Pic

This year’s 12 annual Treme Creole Gumbo Festival will take place from 11am-7:30pm at Louis Armstrong Park. New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation welcomes you to enjoy a couple of days of live brass band music while dining on delicious gumbo. Admission is free. This event will be happening in unison with the Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival (see below).

8. Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival
November 16-17

Happening in unison with the Treme Creole Gumbo Festival at Louis Armstrong Park, the Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival offers live music, African drumming and dance, delicious food offerings such as crabmeat beignets, red beans and rice, jambalaya, poboys, and more. Art markets will feature crafts, jewelry, locally produced beauty products, and imported items from Latin American, the Caribbean, and Africa. Admission is free.

9. Celebration in the Oaks Preview Party
November 22

Celebration in the Oaks is the annual Christmas lights display throughout City Park. The Preview Party offers you a first glimpse of the display, with exclusive access to the Botanical Gardens and the Train Route. Eventgoers will enjoy food, alcoholic beverages and live music throughout the evening. There will be a Culinary Competition among participating restaurants. It’s a 21+ event and holiday cocktail attire is required. Check website for ticket information.

10. Bayou Classic
November 30

The Bayou Classic is an annual Thanksgiving Day weekend tradition, centered around a football matchup between Grambling State and Southern University. Leading up to the game, fans will enjoy the Big Clash, which encompasses a parade, career seminars, a fan festival, and Battle of the Bands. This rivalry began in the 1930s but became known as the Bayou Classic in 1974. See website for details and ticket information.


We lease an apartment above the Pythian Market in the Central Business District of New Orleans. While strolling through the Market one day, I had the pleasure of meeting Taylor Moore, owner of Grey Bird Baking Company, as she featured her beautifully created, scrumptious King Cake Macarons. I was so impressed with her passion, drive, and work ethic. I love seeing others follow their dreams and succeed in their endeavors! Check out Taylor’s statement below. Show her some love by visiting her website, following her Instagram, visiting her booth at the Pythian Market and, most importantly, purchasing some of her delicious creations. Let’s support our local entrepreneurs!

Grey Bird Packs of Macaroons

I am Taylor Moore, owner of Grey Bird Baking Co. Before starting my business eight months ago, I had the pleasure of working in the emergency department as the manager of a scribe program. Although my experiences in the hospital were invaluable, I decided to take a leap into baking – my first passion.

Grey Bird Colored macaroons

The name of my company was inspired by the love of birds and the color grey that my mother and I share. When thinking about the method birds use to travel (in formation), I think about the endless support I receive from my loved ones.

My company has gained attention because of our French macarons. One of my first pop-ups was at Pythian Market during Mardi Gras, where I featured Grey Bird Baking Co.’s King Cake Macaron. Now, you can find numerous flavors at our booth at Pythian Market (next to Little Fig) or other locations around the city, like Drink Beauty and One Stone Restaurant in Algiers. I cannot wait to roll out new products, like our Stuffed Snickerdoodle Cookie.

Grey Bird Macaroons

Please check out my website,, and Instagram account, @greybirdbakingco. You will be able to stay updated about new products, special news, and all that Grey Bird has to share!


Beignet Festival

Beignet Fest Pic

October 5

A project for the Tres Doux Foundation, which supports nonprofits helping children with developmental delays, the Beignet Fest is guaranteed to be a wonderful and delicious event.  It’s held at the New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds from 10am-6pm. The festival will feature over 30 beignet varieties in the sweet and savory categories from some of New Orleans’ best restaurants and food trucks. The festival will also feature live music, a kid’s village, and art market. Tickets are $5 per person, with free admission for children 12 and under with a paying adult.

Algiers Fest

October 5

This year’s festival will focus on bringing awareness to Breast Cancer by honoring cancer survivors and those who lost their battle to this horrific disease. The 5th anniversary of Algiers Fest will be held from 12pm-9pm at New Orleans Riverside at Federal City, located at 2500 General Meyer Ave. Come out and enjoy delicious food and live music, while celebrating the military and the community.


Fall Garden Fest

October 5-6

Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the Fall Garden festival is the place to be for all home and professional gardeners.  The event takes place at the New Orleans Botanical Gardens, located within City Park. It will feature plant and garden product exhibits, products/plants for purchase, educational seminars, a kid’s area, music, arts and crafts, and much more. Sponsors include the New Orleans Botanical Garden, New Orleans City Park, the New Orleans Botanical garden Foundation, and Friends of City Park. See website for ticket information and purchase. Friends of City Park members receive free admission.



October 4-5, 11-12, 18-19

Oktoberfest will take place the first three weekends in October on Bayou St. John, across from Big Lake in City Park. The event will feature authentic German food, live music, dance performances, a German souvenir shop, contests and, of course, lots of German beer. Admission is $8, children 12 and under free.


Gentilly Fest

October 11-13

The location for Gentilly fest is Pontchartrain Park Playground, at 5701 Press Dr. It is a free festival, but donations are greatly appreciated, which help support New Orleans first responders, Children’s Music Camps, sports programs of Pontchartrain Park and Milne playgrounds and The Roots of Music. Celebrating all things New Orleans, the event will feature food, fine arts and crafts, live music and a Kid’s Village.  You can see a pattern here!  All New Orleans festivals feature food, live music, almost always alcohol, activities for kids and unique local arts and crafts.

NOLA Mac and Cheese Fest

October 12

The 3rd Annual NOLA Mac and Cheese Fest will take place from 11am-6pm in Louis Armstrong Park. Admission is free.  Food and drink tickets will be available for purchase. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Special Olympics, Louisiana. Come try some of the best mac and cheese in the city and see who’ll be awarded the Macaroni Trophy for the best mac and cheese in the city!

Crescent City Blues and BBQ Festival

October 18-20

The Crescent Blues and BBQ Festival, presented by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, will hold its 14th annual event in Lafayette Square. The event features live music on two stages and lots of incredibly delicious BBQ, served up by some of the best pit masters in the region. Admission is free. For a full line-up of events, see the attached website.

Krewe of Boo Halloween Parade

October 19

Presented by the Haunted History Tours, this parade has been the official New Orleans Halloween parade in New Orleans since 2007. New Orleans is the perfect city to celebrate Halloween in with its haunts, voodoo, and mysterious mix of cultures. Floats and props are created by the incredibly talented Kern family. The 3-dimensional fiberglass and papier mache props are sure to excite and frighten parade-goers as they make their way through the “Boo Carre” (Veaux Carre, otherwise known as the French Quarter). As a solution to the masses of waste produced by beads, Brian Kern came up with a useful alternative for parade throws—New Orleans-made food items and local collectible items that parade-goers would want to keep as mementos. Some of these items include Pralinettes from Aunt Sally’s, Chee Wees from Elmer’s Fine Foods, PJs Coffee Frac Packs, and Krewe of Boo Limited Edition T-shirts. Check out the website for various other fun events happening in correlation with the parade.

Voodoo Music and Arts Experience (Voodoo Fest)

October 25-27

Voodoo fest is a multi-day music and arts festival held in City Park.  The festival will feature over 65 bands, spread out over numerous stages throughout the festival grounds. People attend this festival dressed in some of the most “interesting” get-ups. It’s a people-watcher’s paradise, for sure! The Forked Up Food Court offers numerous selections of native New Orleanian cuisine. The crowds are bountiful, the traffic can be a nightmare, but the talent presented on stage is worth the hassle. The Festival is offering one day passes this year. Visit the official website for ticket info, featured bands, and much more.

Boo at the Zoo

October 25-27

Venture out to the Audubon Zoo for three days of spooky family fun!  The event is held for children up to the age of 12. It features a trick-or-treat lane, ghost train, inflatables, haunted house, entertainment and much more. Dress up your little ones and enjoy an evening of safe, family-friendly entertainment, while supporting Children’s Hospital of New Orleans and the Audubon Zoo. Admission is $20 per person for adults and children.  Games and treats, except for concession items, are included in the ticket price.

Southern Decadence

Southern Decadence
August 29-September 2
What started as a small street party in 1972 among tenants of a worn-down cottage in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, is now a world-famous celebration of the gay community. Take a look at the attached website for a full rundown of the history of this event. In its 48th year, Southern Decadence is the largest gay event held in New Orleans. It is routinely held in the French Quarter every year during Labor Day weekend. The festivities begin on Thursday and run well into the day on Monday. The theme of this year’s event is “Fruit Salad: Come Toss a Good Time” and the colors are polka dots and pinstripes. Discounted rates are available at The Bourbon Orleans Hotel, located on Orleans St in the French Quarter. This event features various contests, parties, concerts, etc. throughout the 4-day weekend. The Southern Decadence Walking Parade takes place at 2pm on Sunday, starting at the Golden Lantern, near Decatur St and Barracks St. See official website for full line-up of events.

Lil’ Weezyana Fest

Lil' Weezyana Fest
September 7
Lil’ Wayne’s hosting his 5th annual Lil’ Weezyana Fest in his hometown at a new venue this year. The UNO Lakefront Arena Festival Grounds will provide for a larger space in hopes to double the attendance from previous years. Performances by the likes of Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Megan Thee Stallion, and Trey Songz will be showcased on two separate stages. General Admission: $72.00. Parking available at the festival grounds: $20, cash only. Part of the proceeds from each ticket sale will go to supporting educational initiatives for the youth of New Orleans.

Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week
September 9-15
August was COOLinary month, September 9-15 is Restaurant Week in the city. Here’s another chance to try out some of your bucket list restaurants without breaking the bank. Many restaurants around the city are offering specially priced prix fixe menus, 3-course meals starting at $20. Check out the website for a list of participating restaurants.

New Orleans Burlesque Festival

September 13-14
The 11th annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival will once again crown the top classic striptease dancer as the “Queen of Burlesque.” This form of adult entertainment is what put Bourbon Street on the map. Burlesque dancers from around the world will descend on the House of Blues for two nights of sexy, sultry, glamorous, humorous, risqué entertainment. See website for event details and ticket purchase.

The Great American Bar Crawl: NOLA

Great American Bar Crawl NOLA
September 14
Patriotic partying at its best! In the spirit of celebrating our great nation, come join this group of “Patriotic Party Animals” as they bar crawl around the French Quarter. Dress up in your most creative red, white and blue patriotic attire. Bring your American flags, Uncle Sam hats and any other items symbolic of your American pride. Tickets are $19, which include a Great American Bar Crawl cup, American flag, complimentary welcome shooter, no cover charges at participating bars, drink specials, ridiculous games and surprises along the way! This event begins at 4pm (registration 3pm-4pm) at the Chart House—rain or shine.

National Fried Chicken Festival

National Fried Chicken Festival
September 20-22
Come enjoy fried chicken, every which way but raw, during this three-day event along Woldenberg Park. Over 30 vendors will be on hand to showcase their favorite fried chicken creations. The menu will also include vegan options for those wanting to avoid the consumption of our fellow cluckers. Three outdoor stages will feature music and cooking demos. The event will also include cooking and eating contests, a kids’ pavilion, scavenger hunt, VIP Lounge, Chill Lounge and a Football Fan Zone. Bring the family, lawn chairs and umbrellas, but please leave the pets and coolers at home.

NOLA on Tap

NOLA on Tap
September 21
The Louisiana SPCA presents Louisiana’s largest beer festival at the City Park Festival Grounds, with proceeds benefitting homeless animals at their shelter. What could possibly be better than drinking beer while helping homeless four-legged furry friends? Come enjoy over 400 local, national, and home-brewed beers, while munching on delicious food and listening to local musicians strut their stuff. As one would assume, pets are always welcome at this event. Check out the website for ticket info and purchase.

L.O.C.A.L.S’ Fest

September 28
Raw Revolution Productions, LLC, in partnership with NOSACONN (a non-profit organization), will host the first annual L.O.C.A.L.S’ Fest (Loving Our Community As Louisiana) at Louis Armstrong Park from 11am-6pm. The main purpose of this event is to showcase businesses and musicians who haven’t gotten their big break yet, but have awesome products and talent just waiting to be discovered. Admission is free, but donations are much appreciated.


While strolling around the French Quarter, we wandered into Sylvain to grab a bite to eat. Unfortunately, the kitchen had closed for the afternoon. Fortunately, the hostess recommended trying one of their sister restaurants, Longway Tavern, located within walking distance in the Quarter on Toulouse St. Longway Tavern, along with Cavan, Sylvain, Meauxbar and Barrel Proof, is owned and operated by the parent company, Leblanc + Smith. They opened their doors in May 2018 in a space previously occupied by the Italian eatery, Little Vic’s.

Upon entering the rather unassuming establishment, the bar sits front and center, surrounded by various seating options, including leather-clad booths, metal chairs, and bar stools. A beautiful courtyard, with available seating, is in the rear of the restaurant. The atmosphere gives off a relaxed and welcoming vibe as you’re diligently waited on by a wonderfully eclectic group of people. What keeps us going back for more is the uniqueness of the menu options. Executive chef, Cesar Nunez, who worked under the likes of Sue Zemanick (Zasu) and Adolfo Garcia (La Boca), creates dishes that continually awaken the palate. The ingredients are always fresh, masterfully combined and beautifully presented (which makes for awesome food pics!!).

Several of our favorite menu items include White Anchovies (grew up eating anchovies—love this dish), Chop Salad, Watermelon Salad with Pork Belly (savory and sweet deliciousness), Fried Calamari (best I’ve ever consumed!) and the Chicken Cutlet Sandwich (I can’t even begin to appropriately describe the goodness….). The bar offers an array of traditional, as well as, specialty cocktails, wine and beer. Highly recommend stopping in for a drink (or two) and some delicious eats during your jaunt about the French Quarter!

Address 719 Toulouse St New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone (504) 962-9696


COOLinary Logo Large 2

Celebrating its 15th Anniversary, COOLinary New Orleans will once again take place during the entire month of August 2019.  This month-long event features a multitude of restaurants in the city, offering specially priced prix-fixe brunch, lunch, and dinner menus.  Indulge in New Orleans’ finest cuisine (Commander’s Palace, Café Degas, Gris Gris, Antoine’s, Bayona, Brigtsen’s, to name a few) at affordable prices.  Restaurants will be offering 3-course dinner menus for $39 or less, 3-course brunch menus from $39 or less, and 2 or 3-course lunch menus for $20 or less. Participating restaurants are located all over the city and surrounding areas.

We are all suffering from the excessive heat this summer! The temperature in my car was registering a whopping 100 degrees the other day! Do yourself a favor, book a room and take advantage of the incredible restaurant deals happening during the month of August.  Make reservations at several of the awesome restaurants participating in this event.  For an updated list, visit the official COOLinary website here. Keep checking back for menu updates.  We love dining in New Orleans but realize it can sometimes be quite expensive.  Here’s your chance to check out some of your bucket list restaurants! Feast like a King and Queen- spend like a Pauper!

bell peppers

Hearty Stuffed Bell Peppers


  • 3 Large Bell Peppers (any color)
  • 2 1/2 lbs Lean Ground Beef
  • 4 slices Bacon (uncooked, cut into 1/4 inch pieces)
  • 2 Cups Yellow Onion (finely Chopped)
  • 2 stalks Celery (finely Chopped)
  • 1 Cup Mini Sweet Peppers (finely chopped)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 3 Cups Farro or Basmati Rice (cooked)
  • 1 Cup Parmesan Cheese (finely grated)
  • 1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese (sprinkle on top of each stuffed pepper)
  • Crystal Hot Sauce (or your favorite), salt, pepper to taste


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare bell peppers for stuffing by cutting each pepper in half and deseeding. I like to carefully cut off the stalk of the pepper as well. In a medium-sized skillet, cook the lean ground beef just until all the pinkness has disappeared, making sure to break into small pieces as it cooks (hint: should look like cooked taco meat). In another large skillet, fry off small pieces of bacon until crispy. Place cooked bacon pieces aside to be added later. Add finely chopped onions, celery, and mini sweet peppers to the bacon grease; sauté until onions are clear. Add cooked lean ground beef and crispy bacon pieces to the sautéd seasonings. Stir to mix well. Add 2 raw eggs, stirring constantly to thoroughly mix. Add Farro (or Basmati Rice) and finely grated parmesan cheese: mix well. I like to add Crystal Hot Sauce (approximately 8-10 drops) to give it a bit of a kick and salt/pepper to taste. Remember the parmesan cheese and bacon are a bit salty; therefore, taste the mixture before adding additional salt. Cook for 15 minutes on medium heat, stirring frequently. Stuff each bell pepper half with ground beef mixture, top with additional parmesan cheese. Place stuffed peppers in a foil-lined baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until bell peppers are tender. Yields 6 stuffed peppers. You can freeze any additional stuffing.
  • **You may substitute olive oil for the bacon grease if you're watching your fat intake. Just leave the bacon out of the recipe-Boohoo!!