The New Orleans Daiquiri Festival has been postponed until next Saturday (Aug. 24).
The event was supposed to be held today from noon to 9 p.m. but the organizers posted on their Facebook page that a permitting snafu delayed the event.
Celebrate your new New Orleans home with a frozen daiquiri tomorrow (Saturday, Aug. 17) in the Marigny.
The 3rd Annual New Orleans Daiquiri Festival is from noon to 9 p.m. at the Michalopoulos Studio, 527 Elysian Fields Avenue at Chartres (map).
The event focuses on frozen daiquiris and will have at least six different varieties for sale. Plus, the fest has music and food.
Tickets are $5 in advance and $8 at the door.
We’re eating our way through New Orleans with the #NewinNOLA crew.
Venues this week were Laurel Street Bakery, Bouligny Tavern, Hansen’s, Bacchanal Wine, Seki Sui, Sucre, Mona’s, Cafe Adelaide, Cochon Butcher and Dat Dog.
And we had a massive intake of food (cheese!!) Saturday. So good and so bad.
Check out our Storify post with all our food pix.
header photo of macarons at Sucre (by Carlie Kollath Wells/newinNOLA.com)
We’re eating our way through New Orleans. Venues this week included Booty’s, Salu, Lucky Rooster, Middendorf’s and P’s and Q’s. Check out our full post on Storify.
We had our first experience at Bacchanal Wine last week through our latest #NewinNOLA meet-up. We had the perfect weather to sit outside under the trees, drink wine, eat cheese and meet new people.
photo by Carlie Kollath Wells/New in NOLA
Plus, we got to mark another restaurant off of Eater.com’s list of 38 Essential New Orleans restaurants that we’ve visited.
Hope you are able to join us for our next meet-up and eat-up. Our gatherings are geared toward new residents, but we welcome everyone. We’ll post details soon about our next gathering.
We had several people give us tips before we went to Bacchanal and we learned some more while we were there. If you have more advice, we’re all ears. Leave us a comment.
Tips for getting the most out of Bacchanal Wine:
Several New Orleans food trucks are meeting up Sunday on St. Claude Avenue in the Marigny.
poster via NOLAfoodtrucks.com
We’re going and we’re making it an unofficial #NewinNOLA meetup. Come hang out with us and try the food.
The event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. We’re meeting at 12:30 p.m. We’ll be walking around with a light-up trident from Proteus. Hope to see you 🙂
A zombie version of the Harlem Shake video meme? Yes, please. New in NOLA’s Laura had to check things out first hand.
By Laura VanDruff | Instagram
I’m a huge fan of gratuitous selfies — it’s gotten to the point that I’m convinced the only person who knows how to take a flattering picture of me, is me. And I have absolutely zero shame about posting my self portraits to Facebook. My good friends indulge me with a smattering of “likes.” My tolerant acquaintances greet my bursts of vanity with silence.
On the last Saturday in February, however, my pic du jour elicited a radically different reaction.
Zombie Harlem Shake (image via Laura VanDruff/NewinNOLA.com)
This neighborhood map of New Orleans has been tremendously helpful. Where is Mid-City? Bywater? Uptown?
This map has the answers. Via NewOrleansOnline.com:
New Orleans neighborhood map via NewOrleansOnline.com
Storyville Apparel has a more detailed map. And, you can buy the T-shirt version of this map via Storyville.
image via storyvilleapparel.com