Notorious Bacon Sundae

Green Goddess 307 Exchange Place Alley, French Quarter I enjoy many of the offerings at the Green Goddess but nothing is better than their Notorious Bacon Sundae. It features:Creole Creamery Coffee Pecan Brittle ice cream with a creamy bacon caramel sauce carrying a bit of black lava salt,with Nueske’s applewood bacon, layered with smoked whipped cream and topped with a cherry. It is the best … Continue reading Notorious Bacon Sundae

The Separator at Good Friend’s Bar

Everyone knows the official cocktails of New Orleans is hotly contested; this is the city that invented the Sazerac and the Hurricane (among many other cocktails). But there is a much newer cocktail in this city that I always need to have on warm days – the Separator from Good Friend’s Bar. This sweet boozey concoction will remind of you a classic malt shake but … Continue reading The Separator at Good Friend’s Bar

Cafe Amelie

912 Royal Street It is hard to resist the charm of the Cafe Amelie Courtyard in the middle of the bustling French Quarter but once inside you will realize that not only is this haven charming but they also make great food. We stopped in for lunch and was impressed with the fare. The BLT and Cochon du Lait sandwiches were amazing, as was the … Continue reading Cafe Amelie

Road Tripping with Airstream x Pendleton

We love road tripping in the ‘South’ and who doesn’t love doing it in an American classic – an Airstream. The brand that has become synonymous with design and road travel, Airstream, has teamed up with iconic American mill, Pendleton Woolen Mills®, to pay tribute to 100 years of the National Park Service with a special edition collaboration. The collaboration was built to celebrate the … Continue reading Road Tripping with Airstream x Pendleton