Spruce Summer Storewide Sale! Everything from jewelry to decor is 30 to 50% off (some exclusions apply).
NOLA CURVES is New Orleans’ first full-figured fashion show, exclusively featuring Southern women, sizes 12 and above. These belles will be modeling clothing and accessories from local designers including: Full Blossom Chic Boutique, Miss Behavin Boutique, Dama Talya, M.V.C. by Misty Chanel, and Plush Boutique.
Pretzel croissants, Chilton County Peach Danishes, Pearl Sugar Brioche – these are just a few of the baked goods that will draw you into Gracious Bakery + Café this weekend. But once you are there, chances are you will stick around for sandwiches like their Smoked Ham on Baguette with pecan and cheddar spread and homemade pepper jelly. Now open on Sundays until noon, this family-friendly artisan bake shop is helmed by Sucré alumna Megan Forman and has been recognized by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of “America’s Best Bakeries.”
We will feature Brazilian style drinks and our famous po-boys. The Sports Hangover show will broadcast Live during the game to capture the excitement. We hope you will join us, too!
Stay Local, Greater New Orleans’ independent business alliance, is pleased to announce their “Retail Therapy” summer workshop series for retailers. Every Tuesday and Wednesday in July, selected speakers will cover topics geared to help both existing and aspiring local, independent retailers of all skill levels run better businesses and connect with fellow retail entrepreneurs. Each workshop will be from 8:30-10:00 AM in Good Work Network’s Franz Conference room, at 2022 O.C. Haley Blvd. For more information on the series, click here.
Gracious Bakery + Café will be participating in The Bread Bakers Guild of America’s 4th Annual Guild-Wide Bakery Open House on Saturday, June 21st. The event takes place from 8 AM to 11 AM and is free and open to the public. This informal gathering is aimed at non-professionals curious about the bread-making process. Chef/owner Megan Forman will take guests on short tours through the bakery kitchen where they will get to see baguettes being rolled and Viennoisserie (including croissants and Danishes) being shaped. Complimentary French Truck coffee will be served, as well as various homemade breads.
Catch all the World Cup action at Dat Dog, where every match will be shown live on big screen televisions and fans can score icy buckets of 5 New Belgium beers for just $20.00. During each match, customers can enter a free raffle to receive New Belgium pint glasses, beer koozies and other bar items.
The sale includes an extensive selection of antique furniture, fine art, silver, Asian arts and more. Also featured in the sale is jewelry from the estate of Mickey Easterling and several original works by New Orleans favorites such as Ida Kohlmeyer, George Rodrigue, Jose-Maria Cundin, George Dureau, James Michalopoulos and more.
You have made plans for your summer travel: you’re going up north, your kids are going to camp, and you’re all looking at baggage fees as you book your flights. Travel smart this summer: skip both the fees and the hassle by sending your luggage with Parcels and Post New Orleans.
Church Alley Coffee Bar has reopened at a new location on Oretha Castle Haley Blvd! We are back to serving up freshly roasted, freshly brewed speciality Coffee. We grind and pour each cup to order; no more hours-long old coffee or weeks-old stale coffee beans! Our new location is only three blocks down the road, but we have so many more things to celebrate!
If you’re looking for Father’s Day goodies, Blue Frog Chocolates has everything Dad might want: tools, ties, even cars and motorcycles! (Oh, did we say they’re in chocolate?!)
The following infographic created by Full Tilt Poker depicts the history of poker from its origins to online poker today. Since it’s beginning, poker has greatly changed and evolved. The game may have developed over the hundreds of years it has existed, but aspects like the use of ranking cards and psychological strategy have always existed.
During the 1800s, poker found its place in New Orleans. By the time New Orleans became part of the United States in 1835, the French game pogue had transformed into poker. From New Orleans, poker continued its journey along the Mississippi River and spread to the rest of the USA.