It's Mardi Gras weekend, y'all, and I can't think of a better place to kick off the party than The Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club, a little slice of NOLA in the Bayou City. I stopped in earlier this week to get a jump start on my bon temps since this Thibodaux native will be celebrating Mardi Gra ... More >>
Photo by Mike Overall*sigh* Let the hoarding commence.Welcome back to the weekly roundup here at Eating Our Words, where we're going to launch a class-action lawsuit against Diet Dr Pepper for not tasting more like real Dr Pepper. We'll probably be defeated in court by the Dr Pepper lawyers p ... More >>
Carrie Applegate JaegerThere's nothing better than enjoying the last few days of wonderful weather before the hellish summer hits with a delicious cocktail and a beautiful view. Blue Bar at Brenner's on the Bayou offers just that: yummy cocktails, great scenery and a relaxed atmosphere. The ... More >>
Photos by Jason WolterWilco Verizon Wireless Theater May 6, 2011 Jeff Tweedy's kind of an asshole. But it's okay, because we're familiar with the type:The guy who grew up a snotty punk-rock kid in the '80s, went on to form a band that just happened to become one of the most critically laude ... More >>
If you're brave enough to admit that you like to go to Lola's Depot, you might get a funny look or two, but the truth is that the place is piece of Montrose history. Plus it has seriously cheap, seriously stiff drinks that are made by some of the friendliest bartenders in town. "Skinny Kenn ... More >>
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