Article by: Stella Mowen | Huffington Post
The Bombay Club — 830 Conti St.
One block off the infamous Bourbon Street. Walk through the red door and leave the present day behind as you embrace the comfort of the speakeasy. Grab a Sazerac or an old fashioned, (or if you’re feeling adventurous the turtle soup), and enjoy as you sway to the music of the artist playing in the library.
by Bombay Club | about 5 months ago
Article by: Gwendolyn Knapp | Eater New Orleans
This week Helen Freund heads to 'swank' French Quarter hotel bar The Bombay Club: Though the bar has an "underlying British colonial theme," chef Philip Todd's menu branches out with New American, Creole and even Cajun elements—think gnocchi, hangar steak, charred brussels sprouts . But Freund recommends going for happy hour for the $3 bar snacks including pork belly tacos, soft braided pretzels with Guinness cheese dip and "crispy boudin and cream cheese-filled pockets" with a Steen's reduction. [Gambit]
Tom Fitzmorris journeys to the Northshore
TUPELO – While at Louisiana State University’s nursing school in New Orleans, Yvette Slocum met her future husband, Wayne, who was at LSU’s medical school there.
“We met in New Orleans, we dated in New Orleans, we were married in New Orleans,” said Slocum, 56. “Never in my wildest dream did I think I’d ever live anywhere but New Orleans.”
But her world was turned upside down when her new doctor-husband accepted a position at an obstetrics and gynecology clinic
Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts
served more than 7,000 meals to people in need through 2015. The group — which includes Bombay Club, Broussard's and Kingfish, among other restaurants — is working with Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and the New Orleans Mission to provide 10,000 meals in 2016.
By Ella Buchan | Virgin Atlantic
Photo Credit: J. Stephen Young
The Big Easy has more bars per capita than any other US city. Which might explain why everyone is so laid back and happy all the time. Some of the classiest joints are tucked away in hotels, where you’ll find equal measures of tourists, locals and business travellers clinking coupes or treating their hangovers with a milk rum punch. Here’s our pick of thebest hotel bars in New Orleans. [...]
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