Wolfe’s on Rampart’s new website is now live.  The site designed and created by freelance web developer, Trang Tran, is now active at www.wolfesrestaurant.com <<http://www.wolfesrestaurant.com/>http://www.wolfesrestaurant.com/> .
“I believe with how computer and web-driven our society is now, a website is one of the most important marketing pieces a company can have,” says Wolfe’s marketing director, Georgia Palamoytis.
The new website features up-to-date information on the restaurant, chef, menus, events and more.  “The site is beautiful and it has important information pertaining to all of the happenings at Wolfe’s,” says Palamoytis. “Check it out for all of the latest details.”

Wolfe’s on Rampart is an upscale neighborhood restaurant nestled in the French Quarter.  It features a menu which reflects the melting pot of New Orleans and Chef Tom Wolfe’s “no boundaries” cuisine.


                (March, 2009)  NEW ORLEANS, LA – Whatever the occasion, the perfect way to celebrate is to be pampered from head to toe, and then have your taste buds pampered too!  This is exactly what GW Fins, New Orleans’ premiere seafood restaurant, had in mind when they partnered with the French Quarter’s most exclusive spa, Spa Aria, to create the ultimate way to pamper the body and soul!
                Whether it’s a Bachelorette Party …. Girls Night Out … or a group of friends hitting the town, the “Feeding the Body and Soul” package from GW Fins Restaurant and Spa Aria is just the ticket for a night to remember.
                To begin with, Spa Aria will provide a guests with more than 2 hours of their most requested, most relaxing services, including  a manicure, mini-pedicure and a 30 minute massage, as well as Champagne for everyone in the group.  This package is specially priced at just $115 per person.
Then party goers can just stroll down the block to GW Fins, where they will be served a lavish five course dinner featuring the world class seafood creations of acclaimed Executive Chef Tenney Flynn.  Based on the fact that the menu is comprised of the freshest fish that is available at the moment, this specially created menu will change nightly.  GW Fins’ “Feeding the Body and Soul” Dinner is priced at $60 per person (it is also available with wine paired with each course for an additional $30 per person), exclusive of tax and gratuity.  This special package is offered Monday through Sunday. 
                 To make reservations for the “Body and Soul Package” please call Spa Aria at 866-549-ARIA or (504) 523-9990, to schedule your spa services.  They will also make your dinner reservations at GW Fins.  Feeding the body and soul has never been so delicious or so easy!
                Spa Aria is located inside the Hotel Monteleone at 214 Royal Street on the Mezzanine Level and GW Fins is located at 808 Bienville Street, less than 2 blocks from the Monteleone. For more information about Spa Aria, please visit www.spaairia.com <<http://www.spaairia.com/>http://www.spaairia.com/> and for information about GW Fins and to see their daily changing menu, please visit www.gwfins.com

From One Local to Another
La Provence Pairs with Pontchartrain Vineyards for an Evening of Distinction

La Provence stays close to home this month with a celebrated wine tasting dinner featuring Louisiana’s own, Pontchartrain Vineyards on Wednesday, March 18, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. The perfect pair, La Provence, which first opened its doors in 1972, and Pontchartrain Vineyards, which planted its first grapes in 1978, both enjoy the wealth of natural flavors and cultural traditions indigenous to Louisiana.
La Provence, Chef John Besh’s provencal auberge in Lacombe, Louisiana, celebrates the time-honored rustic techniques and cuisine of southern France, while balancing the multi-faceted cuisine of his beloved southern Louisiana through his commitment to sustainable and local ingredients.

Pontchartrain Vineyards is the only winery in Louisiana which produces table wines exclusively from traditional bunch/wine grapes. Winemaker, John Seago, has learned viticulture and wine making primarily by cultivating French-American hybrid grapes over the last 20 years in Louisiana.
Hosted by Chef Besh and John Seago, the five course prix-fix menu will be complemented by a selection of wines including two white varietals, three reds, and one port, “The Port of New Orleans” – how fitting! Tickets are $85 per person, all-inclusive, and may be purchased by calling Christy Bradley at 504.299.9777 ext. 304. La Provence is located at 25020 Highway 190 in Lacombe, Louisiana.

A Paired Evening of Distinction at La Provence

Wednesday, March 18, 2009
6:30 p.m.
$85 per person includes five course menu with  wine pairings [inclusive of tax and gratuity]