In New Orleans, hospitality is everything. From the hotels to restaurants the city has something for everyone and everyone is welcome to celebrate. So, it’s no surprise that local establishments are popping up in the national news
Recently, Justine as well as The Elysian Bar at the Hotel Peter & Paul were named among 88 other restaurants in the world as 2019’s hottest new restaurants by Venue Report. The Hotel Peter & Paul, which is a hot new spot for celebrations of all kinds, including weddings and bridal events, went next level with it’s Elysian Bar. The chic bar has also been heralded as a one of the South’s best bars by Garden & Gun. Justine, the new French Quarter eatery by husband and wife duo Justine and Mia Devillier, offers private dining for 20 to 100 guests, in addition to offsite catering options.
Last week, Travel+Leisure published a list on how to throw an unforgettable bachelor party though we’d point out the list is ideal for both bachelor and bachelorette, or anyone looking to have fun in the Crescent City. The list included best hotels, best restaurants and things to do. Some standouts to top the list were the Ace Hotel, for it’s rooftop pool and music venue; Cochon Butcher, to get your carb-load on during the day; and the St. Lawrence gastropub to get the night started. Read the full list here.
Additionally, the New Orleans Culinary and Hospitality Institute (NOCHI) officially opened its doors this month. Not only is NOCHI a place for New Orleans, and the world’s, next brightest culinary stars, but it is also a new venue for parties of all shapes and sizes. The culinary school’s McIlhenny Hall is perfect for grand ballroom-style occasions For those looking for a more modern event space, the RNDC Beverage Lab dons exposed brick and a rooftop terrace. For more private event information, visit the NOCHI website.