Should you visit New Orleans during COVID-19 Pandemic? Advice from a New Orleanian

The good news is if you are like me and absolutely love everything about New Orleans and want to dig deep into the heart and soul of New Orleans, I say, “Laissez les bons temps rouler.” Continue reading Should you visit New Orleans during COVID-19 Pandemic? Advice from a New Orleanian

New Orleans 24/7: Melba’s and more

Regardless to if you live or visiting New Orleans at some point, you will crave some late night eats and a nightcap, and no matter what you hear about New Orleans being the city that never closes, it’s not the truth. Now, there are some bars and a few restaurants that stay open 24/7 but not as many as you think. Bourbon Street, one of … Continue reading New Orleans 24/7: Melba’s and more

Thanksgiving à la carte at Le Pavillon Hotel

To celebrate the holidays, Le Pavillon Hotel’s signature restaurant, Bijoux, is hosting an à la carte Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 28 from 1-10 p.m. Bijoux welcomes guests to pick and choose their Thanksgiving dining experience with dish options including butter roasted turkey, seared French chicken breast, yellow stone cheese grits, fire-roasted corn pudding, and honey chipotle-sesame glazed carrots to name a few. Holiday sweet … Continue reading Thanksgiving à la carte at Le Pavillon Hotel

Nola Chic in Chicago: Lunch at Ricobene’s

On the set of Empire today I met two wonderful ladies, both beautiful inside and out with wonderful spirits and personalities. I actually hung out with one of them after we left the set. Before I go on let me add that she is one of the coolest chics I have met, plus she reminded me of Shana, age, style, and vibe. Super fun, a … Continue reading Nola Chic in Chicago: Lunch at Ricobene’s

Nola Chic in Chicago: Big & little’s Restaurant Review

As you all know I have been craving New Orleans cuisine, well let’s just say I been wanting some good food with lots of flavors here in Chicago. My sister and I decided to go into the city for an early dinner and in a Google search, we found an urban restaurant with Nola inspired offerings, Big & little’s located in what was the Cabrini … Continue reading Nola Chic in Chicago: Big & little’s Restaurant Review

New Orleans is drowning, but not our spirit

They come with their slick pimp sweet whispers of hope and betterment for the children of Nola. They seduce the city, our motherland, Nola, and she opens her heart and soul, giving them the key to her, the city of New Orleans… Nola only gave freely, because she wants the best for her children (New Orleanians) and they came dangling good living, a life we have needed for years. She was impressed by the wealth and security that they could provide and all she could think of was how good this would be for her children, the people of the city. Continue reading New Orleans is drowning, but not our spirit

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Black-Owned Restaurants in New Orleans

There’s not one city in America; I would say the world but, there’s no place other than New Orleans that dishes up some of the best food. My city is a big ole flavorful pot of gumbo infused by different cultures such as African American, Native American, Caribbean, French, Spaniard, and Italians. But in my eyes Everything began with a group of American Indians who … Continue reading Black-Owned Restaurants in New Orleans

Family Fun at the Sheriff James Pohlmann Crawfish Cookoff

James Pholmann Crawfish Cookoff is Nola Chic approved and must attend Nola event!
Let me add everyone was awesome, very friendly, fun and engaging! I hardly had to ask the guest to be in my video they jumped in and giving me great content to share with yall!
I can’t wait until next year! I hope to see you all there too! ⚜️ Continue reading Family Fun at the Sheriff James Pohlmann Crawfish Cookoff