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A musical tribute to Leigh "Little Queenie" Harris
Ogden Museum, 6-8p.m.
Maggie Koerner, art, Ms. Linda
Armstrong Park, 5p.m.
Colin Lake, James Andrew play free outdoor series
Champions Square, 6p.m.
Rawk n’ Roll! Joe Walsh opens
Gasa Gasa, 9p.m.
Up and coming San Diego dismal pop
Bullet’s Sports Bar, 7p.m.
See Kermitt weekly gig in the 7th Ward and get to bed early
Cajun indie rock--and it’s great
Maple Leaf, 11p.m.
Weekly gig from one of the city’s top drummers
NoDef's Ultimate King Cake Guide
The Gooey Details on 23 Carnival Confections
When ordering a King Cake, Crescent City sweet seekers can no longer uniformly expect the standard braided cinammon twist with more or less the same flavor profile. King Cakes have become a creative canvass for adventurous bakers across New Orleans. Allow NoDef to help you choose which will satisfy your palette. We combined three years of King Cake coverage for one ultimate guide. After reading these diverse offerings, you may even want the baby:
Wind in Their Sales
Pirate's Alley Battles to Stay Open
Another French Quarter institution is danger of disappearing amidst a zoning dispute. Locals are rallying to save Pirate’s Alley in advance of a June 11th meeting scheduled to determine the future of the small bar.
National Chartreuse Day Celebrated
Today is National Chartreuse Day! While the liquer is not a staple in the United States, it enjoys vast popularity in NOLA. Before NoDef’s staff departed to drown themselves in the green sea, we chatted with the guys from CureCo to learn a little about the libation and snag a few recipes.
NOLA's Many Opportunities to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
With all the fleur-de-lis decorating New Orleans, it is evident that the city puts our French heritage in the spotlight. So, finding a place to party for Cinco de Mayo, the celebration of Mexico’s defeat of France at the Battle of Puebla, can be a bit tricky. NoDef has a list of all the specials and parties honoring the holiday tonight.
Bell Spell: Jinxed Creamery Issues Another Recall
The popular southern creamery Blue Bell issued an ice cream recall (again) on Wednesday (5.03) evening. This time the issue is not Listeria, but a simple case of mislabelling.
The rest of America is continuing to affirm what we already knew: the food in NOLA is great. On Monday (5.02) evening, tasterati gathered in Chicago for the annual James Bear Awards, the Oscars of the restaurant industry. New Orleans chefs took home three big honors.
NOWFE Bulks Up Lineup for 2016
The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience (NOWFE) is really kicking it up in 2016. The ever-popular Royal Street Stroll and the GrandTasting will return, but they will be supplemented by an impressive roster of special events ranging from fishing with Donald Link to a Franco-Spanish Hog War.
Sparklehorse Pops Up at Carrollton Station
This week being the Jazz Fest break, there are lots of big name event son Monday (4.25) night. However, up in the Riverbend, there are is also some popular grass roots action. Burgeoning pop-up, Sparklehorse is hosting Carrollton Station (8140 Carrollton St.) cooking up some crazy food and offering some free music.
Windsor Court Fetes Elizabeth With $90,000 Dessert
Across the pond, Queen Elizabeth II turned 90 today (4.21). While madmen and Englishmen are elated about the royal celebration, in NOLA most locals are focused on a different type of jubilee over at the Fair Grounds. But, the folks at the Windsor Court Hotel (300 Gravier Street) are offering some specials in homage to their trans-Atlantic namesake including a 90,000 dollar dessert.
K-Paul’s Executive Chef Paul Miller worked by the side of Paul Prudhomme for decades. As the City remembers and celebrates his mentor at French Quarter Fest, Miller shared his memories of Prudhomme’s first Fest with NoDef.
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Brandon Roberts, Rachel June, Daniel Paschall
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