Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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New Orleans

The hosts and guests at this holiday kickoff party represent a phenomenal cross section of New Orleans now. 
Here are the places where you can find them cooking, eating and making music.

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Expert Travel Guide

No city throws a party quite 
like New Orleans—especially when local heroes John Besh 
and Cooper Manning lead 
the charge. With a holiday kickoff at the storied Pontchartrain Hotel, they invite us to a hometown throwdown like no other.


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Restaurants

Isaac and Amanda Toups celebrate the South at their new restaurant inside the Southern Food & Beverage Museum.

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Trendspotting

To find the best places in New Orleans for a well-made drink, F&W turned to rum guru and tiki scholar Jeff "Beachbum" Berry. Here, his top five bars for a perfect cocktail crawl.

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Expert Guide to Drinking

When I was a child, I watched Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and thought, gee, I wish that fantastic candy dream world was real. Last week, I discovered that while that sugary, chocolate-covered acid trip might not exist, a boozy equivalent does—at least for a few days every year in New Orleans. It’s called Tales of the Cocktail.

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Mardi Gras

Here, seven New Orleans-inspired dishes to make for Fat Tuesday.

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America's Most Wanted

The most tweeted, most photographed, most popular dish at New Orleans’s Restaurant R’evolution sounds more like a delicious form of capital punishment than a dish: Death by Gumbo.

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Legends of the Bar

Without Ti Martin, the co-owner of Commander’s Palace, the New Orleans cocktail scene would have been lost in the 1990s when Zimas and wine coolers ruled the country.

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Where To Go Next

New Orleans chefs, restaurant owners and bartenders share why they think their city is the best place for drinking.

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