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Various local venues, Nov 19-23
New Orleans favorite theatre festival
House of Blues, 8p.m.
Voodoo's headliner just announced a surprise show!
City Park, 7:30-11p.m.
Get an exclusive peek at the lights with four live music stages
Pyrtania Street Bar, 9p.m.
Musical genres unite with this house rockin’ band
The Beatnik, 9p.m.
Brooklyn based indie folk
One Eyed Jacks, 9p.m.
Canadian composer Dan Snaith mixes hip hop, soul and psychedelia
Photo exhibit on view with lecture starting at 6p.m. given by curator Russell Lord; music by Amanda Walker after
Cure Team Earns 3 TOTC Spirited Awards Nominations
The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience ends after Saturday's Grand Tasting, but local libation lovers can still take a glass-half-full approach to the beginning of summer since Tales of the Cocktail is right around the corner. In addition to tastings and swag, Tales honors the worldwide mixology industry's finest with their annual Spirited Awards. This year, a number of locals are among the nominees.
Company Burger's Adam Biderman Takes Over New Freret Cocktail Spot's Kitchen
The meat maven behind Company Burger has taken over the menu at Cure, adding his own culinary touch by creating palate pleasers that compliment the Freret Street spot's cocktails.
Nick Detrich Offers 'Carnival Time' Cocktail Recipe (Video)
While many are content with warm beer or mixed drinks in styrofoam cups, the Carnival season is also a time for craft cocktails. Al "Carnival Time" Johnson came up with his own recipe, and Cane & Table's (1113 Decatur) Nick Detrich gave NoDef a short video that teaches viewers how to make Johnson's signature drink.
Shift Change: Boozing Up Bubbles Part II
by Rhiannon Enlil
The second half of Rhiannon Enlil’s New Year’s Eve column explores mobile mixes with a bubbly base to ring in the New Year. Those hopping from party to party can take these drinks on the go, without sacrificing taste for travel. Click for recipes, plus some history on the classic champagne based cocktails.
Cane & Table's Detrich Explains Virginia Eggnog
Christmas' constellation of quaffables is crowded with the likes of mulled wines, hot brandies, and traditional scotches, but eggnog is the undisputed king. Yet, even the bottled bliss from Brown's wears old after a few weeks. So, NoDef learned how to make 'nog from scratch from Cane & Table's prodigal publican Nick Detrich.
Team Eggnog Takes Tales of the Toddy
Seasonal spirits were flowing this weekend at the 8th annual Tales of the Toddy. The offshoot of the famous summer cocktail convention brought in the city’s finest mixologists to create, and to judge the event. NoDef caught up with Rhiannon Enlil and Neal Bodenheimer to discuss the best team, and individual cocktails.
Freret Update: Construction Continues Post-Repaving
The Freret Street corridor has come a long way from being fenced in by construction, but business owners will have to weather a few more months of orange cones and reflective vests. Paths to Progress has completed the repaving portion of their program, by the expected completion date of December 9. However, the Department of Public Works requested some additional work to be done, slated for completion by March of 2014.
Freret Fenced In
Freret Street Owners Speak Out Against Simultaneous Road Projects
Surrounded by construction, small business owners in the Freret Street corridor are growing increasingly frustrated as they see sales dwindling, and a lack of consideration from the City. The bars, restaurants and other spots that were held up as a model of renewal are suffering from the limited access. Many of the merchants believe poor planning and inadequate provisions are to blame.
NOLA Bar Owners and Craft Cocktailers from Cure and French 75 Share Secrets on Warm Weather X-Mas Drinks, Including Recipes for Home
Hot buttered rum is a classic December drink, but Christmas cocktailing in New Orleans requires those behind the bar to get creative with “cold weather” beverages.
Cure Owners Buy Pravda, Implement Perestroika
by Mary-Devon Dupuy
The team of artisanal cocktail creators at Cure decided that it was time for Lower Decatur to come out from behind the Iron Curtain. The newly named Perestroika at Pravda (1113 Decatur) is restructuring, offering the city’s Slavophiles even more to love about the dimly lit den on Decatur. Co-owners Neal Bodenheimer and Kirk Estiponal and have already refocused the spirit selection, banned smoking inside, and they have plans to start serving Eastern European cuisine.
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Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson
Brandon Roberts, Rachel June, Daniel Paschall
Michael Weber, B.A.
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