The post-parade debauchery continues at The Prytania Bar. Join in!
Louisiana Sisters, a local gourmet foods company, is now offering the ultimate hostess gift for Carnival Season. Gift sets complete with the brand’s All Natural Spiced Bloody Mary Mix, New Orleans Spiced Olives (pitted) and Pepper Jelly are now available through Nancy’s Corner for $35 with $15 delivery and Baskets of Blessings for only $40 with $7 delivery (same-day delivery is guaranteed if ordered before 10 a.m. and before the holiday weekend).
This past Thursday, Uptown had a dashing “Downton Abbey”-inspired tea party benefitting WYES. The sold-out “Afternoon Tea with WYES” was held at the home of Jennifer and Fred Heebe on St. Charles Ave.
Celebrating the return to the original Martin’s location!
3827 Baronne Street at the corner of Peniston and Baronne
Martin Wine Cellar presents a week-long celebration in honor of the Grand Opening of the Baronne Street store and the 25th anniversary of the Metairie store from January 26th through February 1st ,2015. Enjoy complimentary wine tastings and great prices on spirits and wine all week long! Martin’s renowned deli menu items will be 25% off at the Metairie and Baronne Street locations, including wines by the glass, salads, sandwiches, and chef-inspired menu items during lunch and dinner*.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art will offer free admission this Sunday, January 25th to celebrate the final day of the blockbuster show Basquiat and the Bayou presented by The Helis Foundation.
This is the public’s last chance to see the exhibit, organized by Prospect.3, which brings together important works by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Having never been displayed together publicly in the Unites States, this exhibition’s pieces consider the work of Basquiat and his relationship with the American South.
Are your friends and family missing New Orleans and that Mardi Gras spirit? Show them how much you care by shipping a fresh King Cake with Parcels and Post this season!
Bring in cakes from your favorite bakery and we will carefully pack them in our special King Cake boxes. We always provide a choice of carriers and rates to fit your budget. Add a little lagniappe to the care package – we have Mardi Gras themed greeting cards, jewelry, magnets, fascinators, bow ties and lots of locally made products.
With Carnival festivities forthcoming in New Orleans, revelers are sure to be out in full force. For businesses in the hospitality industry – bars, restaurants, and hotels – this can be a busy time. If this describes your business, you are likely gearing up for a busy Mardi Gras season. Whether you own, manage, or work at one of these establishments, LCI Workers’ Comp invites you to join us for our Responsible Vendor class to earn or renew your Alcohol Server Permit.
Grow Dat is a youth program that nurtures young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. Our organization is entering 2015 with our Farm Share program ready to roll. In its second year, the Grow Dat Farm Share program is an opportunity for customers to enjoy chemical-free, fresh produce while investing in our farm, our youth leadership program, and our community.
When your smart phone is not working properly, it can slow down your entire day. You have your phone on you at all times so you can be more efficient (or at the very least not bored while waiting in lines.) If that isn’t happening because of a broken screen or shortened battery life, bring your cell phone to Wisp Electronics on Manhattan Boulevard and we’ll get you back in working order.
Hibernia Bank, a local New Orleans bank since 1903, recently launched their new mobile banking app for both Android and Apple devices. This is the perfect tool for anyone looking for mobile banking in New Orleans. This new app allows 24-hour account access to:
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For 99 years, Lighthouse Louisiana (formerly The Lighthouse for the Blind) has been providing jobs and services in Uptown New Orleans for people who are blind – right in your backyard. Today, we also serve people who are Deaf or have other disabilities. And it’s support from people like you that makes it all possible. Thank you for investing in your community and giving hope to people with disabilities this holiday season.
ricRACK proudly announces the return of its popular, annual wardrobe sale: Hollywood Thrift. Women’s-Men’s-Children’s clothing from LA and New York Film and Television Shows will be on sale. This year, it will take place on Sunday, December 21, from 11-2pm, at 929 Euterpe St. (across from The Saulet Apartments in the Lower Garden District).
Hello, my name is Luca Alessandrini, founder of New Orleans Originals. I don’t want to bore you with some emotional story of my life and the creation of the business, so here is what we’re all about. The idea for New Orleans Originals came from my realization that local artisans in our city create many truly amazing products. I wanted to create a central location to find all that is originally New Orleans: created in our city, by the people of our city.