Where to eat in New Orleans 8/26/13

We’re eating & drinking our way through New Orleans with the #NewinNOLA crew. Venues from Aug. 19 – 26:

chicken tinga quesadilla from Felipe's in the French Quarter (via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

chicken tinga quesadilla from Felipe’s in the French Quarter (via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

  • Felipe’s
  • Pierre Maspero’s
  • St. Lawrence
  • Bar Tonique
  • Bravo!
  • Hollygrove

See the yummy food photos here.

Follow our food adventures throughout the week on Instagram (@NewinNOLA).

What to see other great New Orleans restaurants we’ve visited? Check them out here.

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New Orleans restaurants running lunch/dinner specials this week

Hope you’ve had a chance to take advantage of the “coolinary” restaurant specials this month in New Orleans. We have one week left for you to cram in a few more meals.

Coquette, at 2800 Magazine Street, is offering a $35 dinner special on weeknights. (image via http://www.coolinaryneworleans.com)

Coquette, at 2800 Magazine Street, is offering a $35 dinner special on weeknights. (image via http://www.coolinaryneworleans.com)

Reminder via CoolinaryNewOrleans.com:

During the month of August, enjoy mouth-watering 2-3 course lunch menus for $20 or less and 3 course dinner menus at $35 or less at over 50 award winning restaurants. Experience cuisine that delights your palate and is an integral part of the history, fabric and culture of New Orleans.

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Where to eat in New Orleans 8/19/13

delicious Brussels sprouts at Cochon Butcher (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

delicious Brussels sprouts at Cochon Butcher (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

We continue to explore the restaurant options in New Orleans. Venues this week include:

  • Betsy’s Pancake House
  • Casa Borrega
  • Cochon Butcher
  • Creole Creamery
  • Hollygrove Market & Farm

Check out all our food photos.

Have a place we need to check out? Let us know.

Where we ate in New Orleans last week 8/12/13

We continue to eat our way through New Orleans. This week’s restaurants include:

grape leaf platter from Mona's on Magazine Street (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

grape leaf platter from Mona’s on Magazine Street (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

  • Apolline
  • Crescent City Pie & Sausage
  • Mona’s Cafe
  • Hansen’s
  • Mikimoto
  • Felipe’s
  • The Superdome
  • Amici
  • Panera Bread

Here are all of our food pix.

Restaurants from the week before:

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Where to eat out in New Orleans 7/29/13

We’re eating our way through New Orleans with the #NewinNOLA crew.

Liuzza's bbq butter shrimp stuffed in bread (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

Liuzza’s bbq butter shrimp stuffed in bread (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)

Venues for the past two weeks:

  • Cafe Degas
  • Midway Pizza
  • Magasin
  • Liuzza’s by the Track
  • St. Joe’s
  • Slice
  • Creole Creamery
  • Hansen’s
  • Juicy Lucy’s
  • Surrey’s
  • Mikimoto

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New Orleans food pix 7/15/13

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)

Our New Orleans food adventures 7/1/13

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 started last week at Booty’s Street Food (@Bootys). The Bywater restaurant is doing a weekly menu around a specific country. Last week it was Singapore and Booty’s tweeted the magic words: Hainanese chicken rice.

Our New Orleans food adventures 6/24/13

We’re eating our way through New Orleans. Venues this week included Camellia Grill, Parkway Bakery, Orange Couch and Hollygrove Market & Farm.
  1. We had a veggie-filled week, thanks to Hollygrove Market & Farm (@HGMF). We signed up for the weekly produce box. The box is $30, including tax and the delivery fee.