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.
Topics: NOLA events, New Orleans festivals, fun things to do in new orleans, New Orleans food, New Orleans, Spring in New Orleans, Nola fairs and festivals, Jazz & Heritage Festival, Jazz Fest, French Quarter Festival, Easter in New Orleans
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.
Topics: New Orleans, New Orleans food, fun things to do in new orleans, NOLA events, crawfish boil, New Orleans festival season, Mardi Gras, carnival, mardi gras parades
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.
Topics: holiday office party, private dining new orleans, nola dining, event planning, New Orleans, New Orleans food, holidays in new orleans
Featuring LIVE MUSIC, fantastic FOOD FROM DEANIE'S SEAFOOD, Rides, games & MORE
Deanie's Seafood Restaurant is proud to be presenting sponsor of the 19th-annual Bucktown Seafood Festival benefiting St. Louis King of France School, located at 1600 Lake Ave. in the historic fishing village of Bucktown, Louisiana. The three-day festival features rides from Crescent City Amusements, games, live entertainment, raffle prizes, and a variety of dishes from Deanie's Seafood. Bucktown Seafood Festival (BSF), held the third weekend of October, is the perfect way to celebrate National Seafood Month.
Admission is free.
* Friday, 10/21 5pm-11pm
* Saturday, 10/22 12pm-11pm
* Sunday, 10/23 12pm-9pm
Topics: bucktown seafood festival, Bucktown, Deanie's in Bucktown, Louisiana seafood, New Orleans festivals, New Orleans food
Gulf Oysters account for 70% of domestic oyster harvest
There’s never been a better time for Louisiana seafood lovers! Not only did National Seafood Month kick off Oct. 1, but it’s prime season for enjoying the best-tasting oysters available. Not only are Gulf oysters absolutely delicious, but the health benefits of oysters are plentiful.
USDA Dietary Guidelines encourage Americans to eat more seafood to support health and nutrition. Add oysters to your regular diet, and you’ll benefit from their nutritional value.
Topics: health benefits of seafood, health benefits of oysters, Louisiana seafood, wild louisiana seafood, gulf oysters, Oysters, Favorite Place to get Raw Oysters, New Orleans food
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.
Topics: New Orleans festivals, New Orleans festival season, NOLA events, New Orleans, New Orleans food
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.
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
NEW ORLEANS—September 3, 2014—New Orleans' WVUE Fox 8 recently brought their new anchor Greg Adaline to Deanie's Seafood in Bucktown to experience Louisiana seafood and raw oysters for the first time. A recent Michigan transplant, Greg is new to the food and culture of New Orleans.
The Fox 8 team took Greg around the city to give him a taste of the quintessential New Orleans experiences. Greg and co-anchor Shelley Brown visited the original Deanie's Seafood's original location in Bucktown, where they sampled our fried Crab Claws, Seafood Gumbo, our famous fried Seafood Platter, Coconut Custard Bread Pudding and, for Greg's first time, Raw Oysters. Co-anchor, Shelley Brown explains to Greg that in New Orleans, "We live to eat." Greg's Deanie's favorites were the Crawfish Dressing Balls on our Seafood Platter and Deanie's Seafood Gumbo.
Topics: New Orleans, Bucktown, Seafood Gumbo, best seafood restaurant, menu, Deanie's, Press Room, Shelley Brown, Metairie, Bread Pudding, Crab Claws, Greg Adaline, Raw Oysters, restaurant, New Orleans original, Louisiana, Seafood Platter, Deanie's Seafood Restaurant, Fox 8, WVUE Fox 8, New Orleans food, seafood, Deanie's Seafood