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The 10th anniversary in August since Katrina got me reminiscing and remembering what it was like when we first returned in March 2006 to New Orleans. Reading my past columns helped me remember how bleak it was and how uncertain we all were as to whe...
MID CITY— Robert Morris reports that 504 Craft Beer Reserve, an upcoming upscale store focusing on growlers-to-go and quality craft brews from owners Jason Paulin and Patrick Brown, got the City Planning Commission's thumbs up to sell beer yesterday,...
Art and cuisine always go hand-in-hand during the Artful Palate, the free summer cooking series hosted by the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group at the New Orleans Museum of Art. This year, other intriguing pairings are in the works, too, with guest chef...
Inspired by author and photographer Kerry McCaffety’s Obituary Cocktail: The Great Saloons of New Orleans, a stunning photographic essay and history, in 2002 serial entrepreneur and idea woman Ann Tuennerman (née Rogers) founded a cocktail tour of Ne...
The museum: Open since 1911, this art museum—the oldest in New Orleans—has especially impressive collections of French and African art. Don't miss the sculpture garden, filled with works by legendary artists like Robert Indiana, Isamu Noguchi, and Lo...
HUNGRY FOR CULTURE?
BY SUZANNE PFEFFERLE
SPECIAL TO THE ADVOCATE
July 02, 2014
Café NOMA has launched its third annual summer cooking demo series, featuring the chefs of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group.
Tucked inside the New Orleans M...
May 22, 2013
Most art cannot be touched. But this summer, chefs transform art showcased at the New Orleans Museum of Art’s World’s Fair exhibit into edible plates in a cooking class series hosted by Café NOMA and the Ralph Brennan Restau...
The New Orleans Museum of Art needs ... bakers. Bakers who are inspired by books, to be exact.
NOMA and Ralph Brennan's Café NOMA are putting on an Edible Book Day on Friday, April 5, at the museum.
"We invite members of the community with ...
New Orleans Museum of Art
With floor-to-ceiling windows and couches as well as seats at the bar and at high and low tables, Café Noma feels more like a living room than a restaurant. It’s open for lunch or snacking on bruschetta, a p...