Bouligny Tavern

Since none of us are from New Orleans, we decided to ask our restaurant hostess (from Coquette) for recommendations.  We told her we wanted something in the neighborhood with a relaxed vibe where we could get a good glass of wine or cocktail.  We weren’t looking to flash for beads if ya know what I’m sayin.…

Read More

Coquette

A coquette is a coy flirt, which is just how Bridge, Liz, and I wanted to feel on our last night in New Orleans.  With the boyfriends/husbands at home, we wanted to flirt with the town…but it’s a mature flirt – more Magazine Street than Bourbon Street.  Bridget’s local foodie friend recommended the farm to…

Read More

Warehouse Grille

The morning after a wedding you want greasy food and you want it immediately.  We didn’t have to walk far from our hotel to find Warehouse Grille, which satisfied our need for food and also our need for a little hair of the dog thanks to their $10 bottomless brunch deal. The menu at Warehouse…

Read More

Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler! Part III

Time for the big day!  We only had time for lunch and a little relaxation before time to get ready and be downstairs for pictures so my Daddy chose another famed New Orleans restaurant, Acme Oyster House, for lunch.  Sure, I’d had some oysters on top of my fish on Friday night, but I hadn’t…

Read More

Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler! Part II

I woke up on Saturday (day two in New Orleans) a little tired but still ready to go.  I got dressed and met the group downstairs to head to the wedding jazz brunch.  The brunch was held at The Court of Two Sisters, a beautiful spot.  The all white and wrought iron restaurant had huge…

Read More

Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler! Part I

Major plane probs caused me to arrive in New Orleans for Greg and Susan’s wedding 12 hours late, which meant that once I actually made it there last Friday morning, I was go go go.  I’ll be recapping the ridiculously awesome wedding weekend day by day, starting here with day numero uno: I arrived at…

Read More