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Apr 132017
 

Church Alley Coffee Shop will celebrate their Mid-City location with a grand opening on Saturday (Claire Byun).

By Claire Byun
cbyun@nolamessenger.com

A former Central City coffee shop opened its doors in a new Mid-City location last week, and locals say the small eatery is fitting in well with the neighborhood.

Church Alley Coffee Bar, now located at 4201 Canal St., moved from Central City a few months ago. Renee Blanchard, owner, said she wanted a location with a little less commercial structures and more community appeal.

“We really wanted to be settled into a neighborhood,” Blanchard said. “Mid-City is a place i’ve wanted to come for a long time.” Continue reading »

Mar 292017
 

Via Robert Becker with Digital Frontier.

A bicycle-friendly beer and wine garden is one step closer to landing on the Lafitte Greenway – with plenty of bike parking, of course.

Plans for a proposed bar near the Toulouse Street end of the Lafitte Greenway were approved by the City Planning Commission at their regular meeting Tuesday. The bar is being developed by three business partners who have other developments – including bars – throughout the city. Continue reading »

Mar 282017
 

The main course for Guest Chef Night was New​ ​Orleans​ ​Crawfish-Stuffed​ ​Chicken​ ​with​ ​Charred​ ​Scallion​ ​Gravy, Field​ ​Peas​ ​and​ ​Popcorn​ ​Rice. (Zach Brien, MidCityMessenger.com)

The Central Business District is getting a little fresher next month, thanks to a local program that helps young people achieve personal and economic independence.

Liberty’s Kitchen, a social enterprise that seeks to give young adults the tools they need to further their lives, is expanding to the CBD. The program will assume management of the cafeteria in the Freeport-McMoRan Building, located at 1615 Poydras St., starting April 24. Continue reading »

Mar 242017
 

New at Three Palms

On top of $10 Steak Night on Thursdays, we’re now serving up
$5 Fish Plates every Friday!

Also this weekend:

Get funky with Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes this Saturday
Show starts at 9 p.m.

Sunday, we’ll be supporting the Let’s Clean Up the Neighborhood meetup with the Mid-City Tulane Banks Neighborhood Association from 9am–12 noon. We meet at S. Pierce and Ulloa, and we’ll have coffee and donuts.

Come On By!

 

Three Palms Bar & Grill
3813 Tulane Ave.
(504) 459-4474
threepalmsbarandgrill.com

Open @4pm Wed–Mon

Mar 052017
 

(via Marché Creole Community Market)

After several weeks off, Marche Créole Community Market will host its Grand Reopening on Sunday, March 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the ArtEgg Studios, located at 1001 S. Broad Street.

To celebrate the market’s reopening, the Heritage Foundation for Arts and Cultural Sustainability will sponsor a complimentary Whole Pit Roasted Alligator which will be over five feet long and filled with a creole seafood stuffing. Continue reading »

Mar 022017
 

The Rotary Club of Mid-City New Orleans will celebrate their annual International Women’s Day – New Orleans with a brunch at Propeller, located 4035 Washington Ave. The event, themed “Be Bold For Change”, takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, and will feature three woman presenters, local entertainers, and brunch catered by local women-owned businesses.

Continue reading »

Mar 022017
 

An array of King Cakes graded and recorded by Matt Haines.

By Claire Byun
cbyun@nolamessenger.com

If you think you didn’t try enough versions of king cake this Mardi Gras season, don’t worry. A local man did the legwork – and recorded his results – for you.

Matt Haines tried 66 different King Cakes from 54 different eateries this year – for research purposes, obviously. Continue reading »

Feb 132017
 

Guest Chefs Candis Koerner (left) and Susan Spicer (right) help Tiffany Hill (center) as they prepare the second course of the meal. (Zach Brien, MidCityMessenger.com)

Liberty’s Kitchen held their inaugural Guest Chef Night last Thursday (February 9) as a way to celebrate graduates from their Youth Development Program. Guest Chefs Susan Spicer (of Bayona, Rosedale) and Candis Koerner (of Mondo) prepared a three-course meal for guests with the help of students and graduates from the program.

“First of all, Liberty’s Kitchen starts with a hug, because that’s what all of us need the most, and that’s certainly what our young people need the most.” David Emond, Executive Director of Liberty’s Kitchen, spoke highly of the Youth Development Program and its mission. Continue reading »

Feb 102017
 

Meet your match for Valentine’s Day, Get Weird & Wild with burlesque, or Meet & Mingle this month at Three Palms.

Our February is full of events for many tastes and specials–all of them good! Join us as we cap it off & celebrate our first Mardi Gras on Tulane Ave!

Here’s a full list of our events: Continue reading »

Feb 062017
 

Site plans show an outdoor patio, mezzanine and room for bicycle parking.

By Claire Byun
cbyun@nolamessenger.com

Editor’s note: This story was corrected to say the bar will be built new, not undergo renovations as previously stated.

Developers are hoping to gain approval to permit a bar along the Lafitte Greenway Corridor.

Sidney Torres IV, New Orleans entrepreneur who founded the venture capital firm IV Capital, submitted a request through agents to the City Planning Commission to build a bar on the Greenway Corridor. The bar – located at 501 N. Genois St. – would be bounded by N. Clark, St. Louis and Toulouse streets. Continue reading »