During this special time, celebrate the cuisine of the Big Easy with specially curated meals at some of the city’s most iconic restaurants.
With 30 participating restaurants, a Craft Wine and Beer Pavilion, Georgetown Chef Showdown and more, the 20th edition of the D.C. festival is primed to be the best yet.
Even though the Super Bowl and Mardi Gras are around the corner, there are other ways to experience the Big Easy in 48 hours.
Famed chefs come together this weekend in the Big Easy to raise money for the Emeril Lagasse Foundation.
One of The Big Easy’s greatest traditions is just around the corner—the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival. Running from April 27 to May 6, this popular event features a long line of musical acts—Herbie… [Continue Reading]