We’re staring down the barrel of eight weeks without a second line in New Orleans. This coming Sunday will mark the final parade of the 2017/2018 season. We might as well be living in Cleveland. Continue Reading
There is a special circle in hell for breweries that sell their taproom pints for $7. That is one thing I miss about drinking in Austin: there are 62 breweries in the metro and my favorites sell their beers for $4-$5. The New York Times visits Stone Cow Brewery where they’re pulling in nearly $900 for one barrel of their IPA. more
“Harlem is high-end and upscale…” It’s so weird to think that gritty old Harlem has changed so drastically over the last few years. I remember getting lost there when I was a teenage roadie driving a van filled with music gear. And Harlem now has its first 100% black-owned craft beer bar. more
Meet the man behind Surly Brewing’s trenchant social media streams. more
When I asked the young man how he was enjoying the second line he responded “Gotta keep my grind on”.
We rolled up to Tee Eva’s praline shop on Monday afternoon to take part in a joyful celebration of the noted baker, entrepreneur, and baby doll’s life. Here’s what we saw: Continue Reading
When we can’t get our sources in Austin to mule a few pounds of Wild Gift Coffee over to New Orleans we’ve got a backup plan: Try-Me Coffee Mills in Bywater.