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The Quarter's Very Public House: Molly's at the Market

Gentle reader, the New Orleanian is no great lover of leaving New Orleans. For some, the mere crossing of the Canal Street neutral ground is a Homeric expedition. And I had sojourned this past weekend in Baton Rouge. Out of that heart of darkness I returned, through lurking wetlands and in horror. I just needed one tiny drink in a place of comfort. Perhaps two draughts in a barroom where even the faces of those unmet were familiar. Friends, no more than three cup-borne constitutionals was all that I would require in Molly’s at the Market.

Junction Pops Up at Molly's at the Market

Burger enthusiasts who can't wait for the much anticipated Junction (3021 St. Claude) to open in the Bywater will have an advance opportunity to sample the sirloin. Junction's kitchen will put the menu through a test run with limited time pop-up at Molly's at the Market (1107 Decatur St.).

Jim Monaghan's St. Patrick's Day Parade is First on Green Scene

by Kailyn Davillier

Less than two weeks after Mardi Gras, New Orleanians are getting ready for another weekend of parades. First on the docket is Jim Monaghan’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which steps out at 6 p.m. Friday from Molly's at the Market (1107 Decatur St.) in the French Quarter. 

Big Easy Bars' Super Bowl Specials

Although it is not a Black and Gold Super Bowl, many Who Dats will don their jerseys to watch the Seahawks play the Broncos. From Lakeview to the Quarter, bars are serving up drink specials, potlucks, and beer buckets and showing the big game on their big screens. Click through for drink specials. 

New Year’s Day Bloody Mary Breakdown

Every January 1, people all over the world resolve to cure their crushing hangovers. With a new year comes new remedies, but there is always the tried and true breakfast cocktail. NoDef offers some tips on where to go, plus some recipes for those trying not to leave the house.   

Fright Night

Halloween in the French Quarter (PHOTOS)

Hordes of costumed carousers took to the streets of New Orleans on Halloween, and, as ever, the center of the action was in the Vieux Carre. The annual Halloween parade at Molly's at the Market served as the focal point, but the crowds offered just as much to look at as the marchers. Brandon Robert's lens was onhand to take in the action:

Molly's Halloween Parade Promises Creepy, Celtic Roll Through French Quarter

The Celtic crew that runs Molly’s at the Market (1107 Decatur St.) is known for their St. Patrick's Day festivities. On this side of Mardi Gras, Monaghan’s Halloween parade offers revelers another chance for creative costuming and bead catching. The 18th annual event begins at the Quarter meeting spot, and it meanders through the French Quarter beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Halloween, this Thursday. 

Charity Poker Crawl Draws 5

If there's one good reason to gamble, it's to help local kids carry on the Big Easy's rich musical tradition. Rescheduled after rain on its originally-scheduled date, The Fifth Annual Monaghan-Koehlar Charity Poker Crawl begins tomorrow at 11:30a.m., at the Old U.S. Mint (400 Esplanade Ave.)

Charity Poker Crawl Celebrates 5th Year

If there's one good reason to gamble, it's to help local kids' carry on the Big Easy's rich musical tradition. The Fifth Annual Monaghan-Koehlar Charity Poker Crawl begins tomorrow at 11:30a.m., at the Cabildo in Jackson Square. 

Cane and Table, Dis Taco Opening on Decatur for TOTC

In one short year, the bar formerly named Pravda has undergone Perestroika, gotten a full kitchen, and been renamed Cane and Table. The new rustic colonial restauarant is officially open on Tuesday, July 16, just in time for Tales of the Cocktail. Their neighbors at Molly’s are welcoming some new cuisine of their own, with Dis Taco slated to open on Friday, July 19. 

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