New Orleans and Southern Louisiana are known for their fantastic food. There are so many unique dishes and desserts to eat in New Orleans invented or perfected down here that you could spend a whole trip just eating and barely scratch the surface of all these delicious foods.
You need to realize that you need to pack for a hurricane evacuation, no matter if you are hunkering down or evacuating. If you plan to stay, you might need to quickly evacuate your house due to flooding, storm surge, or other natural disasters.
Tales of the Cocktail is essential the best conference anyone can attend. For a week, bartenders, brand ambassadors, cocktail enthusiasts, and anyone with an inkling of enjoying the finer things in the cocktail industry descend on New Orleans and soak up everything she has to offer.
It’s (almost) Fall Y’all, the best season of the year. It’s after Labor Day, so I can no longer wear white (lies – I’m still going to) and I’m dusting off my Buffalo Red Check Plaid Shirt and Yoga Pants and making sure that I’m ready for Fall.
New Orleans has a rich, cultural, food history that began with the indigenous people who thrived in the Crescent City before Bienville even stumbled upon us. New Orleans is bound to sink into your soul and belly, which is precisely what Off the Eaten Path is here to talk about!
Have you ever eaten at Mother’s Restaurant in New Orleans? I had never eaten at this iconic New Orleans restaurant until I convinced two other Mother’s Newbies that it was time to try the World’s Best Ham, right in our own hometown! Eating the Famous Ferdi Special changed my life…