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Deanie’s in Bucktown offers Happy Hour Specials

Posted by Karen Hales on Apr 25 2017

Half priced drinks and appETIZERS Monday - FRIDAY

METAIRIE, LA. — Deanie’s Seafood in Bucktown is now featuring a Half Price Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Join us at our Bucktown location, 1713 Lake Ave. in Metairie, for 1/2 price appetizers, draft beer, house wines by the glass and mixed drinks (well brand), available in the restaurant and bar.  Enjoy appetizers such as New Orleans Barbeque Shrimp, fried or broiled crab claws, artichoke hearts, stuffed mushrooms, onion rings, calamari, fried crawfish tails and stuffed artichoke—all half off! 

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Topics: New Orleans, Bucktown, Deanie's Seafood, Deanie's in Bucktown, happy hour, happy hour new orleans, half price appetizers, new orleans happy hour

It’s Peak Festival Season in New Orleans

Posted by Lindsay Adler on Mar 31 2017

Spring in New Orleans means Festivals, Food, and Fun 

Spring is a wonderful time to be in New Orleans. The Crescent City is known for its fantastic music and food, and you can choose from an array of NOLA events and festivals almost every weekend in April and May.  Some are long-standing traditions in this community, with dedicated fans who attend every year, and other newer events have popped up recently. One thing is for certain… Spring is the best season to find fun things to do in New Orleans.

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Topics: New Orleans, French Quarter Festival, Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans food, Jazz Fest, New Orleans festivals, NOLA events, fun things to do in new orleans, Nola fairs and festivals, Easter in New Orleans, Spring in New Orleans

It's Mardi Gras, plus other fun NOLA events

Posted by Lindsay Adler on Jan 31 2017

Winter NOLA events celebrate food, culture, music

There’s never a shortage of fun things to do in New Orleans. Whether you’re visiting the city for the first time or a seasoned local, you can pick from tons of awesome NOLA events on any given weekend!

With Carnival Season in full swing, the entire city will soon be gearing up for nonstop parades, king cakes, and other celebratory gatherings. There is a range of both indoor as well as outdoor activities through the months of January, February and March, which should help you cope with the recent temperature fluctuations.  No matter how wacky the weather is, you can find something unique and colorful to do in the Crescent City.

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Topics: New Orleans, New Orleans food, Mardi Gras, New Orleans festival season, carnival, crawfish boil, NOLA events, fun things to do in new orleans, mardi gras parades

Watch the Big Game at Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant

Posted by Karen Hales on Jan 20 2017

NFL fans invited to enjoy gameday buffet, open bar

NFL fans are invited to head over to Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant in Bucktown, 1713 Lake Ave. in Metairie, to watch the Big Game on Sun., Feb. 5. Deanie’s Big Game Party features an all-you-can-eat buffet and open bar offering draft beer, house wine and well drinks, and viewing on six large flat-screen TVs. Deanie’s will have a $1,250 payout per quarter and a raffle for a 55" flatscreen TV.

Deanie’s Big Game Party touches down at 4:30 p.m.; kick off is at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 adults, $15 children (12 and under), plus tax and gratuity. Call Chandra at 504-834-1225 for reservations.

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Topics: New Orleans, new orleans seafood, Super bowl

How to Take the Headache out of Planning a Holiday Office Party

Posted by Lindsay Adler on Nov 08 2016

New Orleans Holiday Private Dining Planning Tips

Let’s say it’s seven weeks from Christmas and it’s your job to put together the company Christmas Party. And you’re just now getting around to it. Whether hosting a small gathering in your home, planning a long holiday luncheon at a restaurant, or a swanky affair at a private party venue in the French Quarter, once you have the basics down (invitation list, location, type of party and party theme) you can begin planning those special extra touches that will make your holiday event one to remember. Here’s a quick checklist to get your party off the ground and successfully planned and celebrated.

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Topics: New Orleans, New Orleans food, private dining new orleans, nola dining, holiday office party, event planning, holidays in new orleans

New Orleans Festivals kick off Fall season

Posted by Lindsay Adler on Sep 16 2016

Fall New Orleans Festivals FEATURE new NOLA events

Now that the cooler weather is starting to roll in, it’s time to gear up for fall New Orleans festivals!  Festival season in the Crescent City includes old standbys such as the 24th Annual New Orleans Film Festival plus several newcomers celebrating Southern cuisine. The highly anticipated New Orleans festivals schedule features what this community does best: live music, food, and fun.

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Topics: New Orleans, New Orleans food, New Orleans festival season, New Orleans festivals, NOLA events

What's Happening in New Orleans this weekend

Posted by Lindsay Adler on Jun 10 2016

From Creole Tomato Festival to pub crawls to art

There’s always something amazing happening in New Orleans–and this weekend is no different!  Kick off your summer with any of these fun ideas, and enjoy live music, fantastic food, and art all over the Crescent City.

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Topics: New Orleans, New Orleans food, New Orleans festivals, Louisiana fairs & festivals, what to do in New Orleans, weekend in nola, weekend, weekend activities in New Orleans

Summer Shrimp Recipes from Deanie's - break out the barbie!

Posted by Lindsay Adler on May 12 2016

We're sharing easy-to-prepare shrimp recipes ALL WEEK

Perfect for your backyard Memorial Day or Fourth of July celebrations and most any time of year, this summer shrimp recipe is easy to prepare and sure to please your friends and family. Today, we're sharing our method for Bacon Wrapped Shrimp.  We've known for a long time that bacon makes everything better, and shrimp is the perfect pairing. Cooking bacon wrapped shrimp is just another great excuse to use your grill this summer! 

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Topics: New Orleans, Louisiana seafood, Shrimp, Gulf shrimp, New Orleans recipes, grilled shrimp, shrimp recipes, Summer Shrimp Recipes, bacon wrapped shrimp

Crawfish Love fest: Pinch A Palooza Festival is April 17

Posted by Karen Hales on Mar 04 2016

7th-annual festival celebrates Louisiana crawfish season

A family friendly seafood festival celebrating Louisiana’s unique delicacy comes once again to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain just in time for Louisiana Crawfish Awareness Month. The seventh-annual Pinch A Palooza Festival, presented by Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants, takes place 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Sun., April 17 at Deanie's Seafood Restaurant in Bucktown, 1713 Lake Ave., Metairie. Admission is free. Information is available at Pinchapalooza.com.

This year’s Pinch A Palooza features seven bands, the seventh-annual Pinch A Palooza Crawfish Eating Contest, crawfish races and games for the kids, an art market and Deanie’s crawfish specialties, including crawfish nachos, crawfish balls, fried crawfish tails, and thousands of pounds of fresh boiled Louisiana Crawfish served with corn and potatoes.

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Topics: New Orleans, Louisiana seafood, French Quarter Festival, Pinch A Palooza, Vince Vance & The Valiants, crawfish, Deanie's Seafood Market, crawfish season, Vince Vance, Jazz & Heritage Festival, Louisiana Crawfish Awareness Month, seafood festival, Cajun crawfish, New Orleans best seafood restaurant, 610 Stompers, Mardi Gras Indians, Jazz Fest, Chanson et Soulard, Imaginary Frenz, Paris Avenue, Vince & The Valiants, Deanie's in Bucktown, Ninth Ward Hunters, New Orleans festival season, The Wandering Cajun, crawfish eating contest, New Orleans Karma, Shot Time, New Orleans music festival, Big Chief Romeo Bougerie

Deanie's celebrates Mardi Gras in the Big Easy

Posted by Karen Hales on Feb 03 2016

As a local favorite, Deanie’s Seafood Restaurants love New Orleans’ culture and traditions--especially the Big Easy’s most famous celebration, Mardi Gras, and all that goes along with it. Mardi Gras, the biggest annual draw of visitors to New Orleans, falls on Tues., Feb. 9.

Carnival season begins 12 days after Christmas with the Epiphany, which marks the visit of the three Wisemen to the baby Jesus in the Christian tradition. The season continues until Mardi Gras Day or “Fat Tuesday,” the final day before Ash Wednesday and Lent begins.

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Topics: New Orleans, crawfish, New Orleans original, crawfish season, Mardi Gras, carnival

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