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Non-locals share their po-boy experience

Non-locals share their po-boy experience

Andrew Callaghan

October 11, 2015


Filed under Food, The Wolf

Non-locals share what their favorite po-boys are in the city. MilkBar (710 S Carrollton Ave.): Sauteed Shrimp Po-boy with a side of Cornbread & Milk - $7.50 5 Adjectives: Local, Inexpensive, Filling, Delicious, Bomb Just a few blocks from campus, nestled at the base of S. Carrollton and St....

Finding your best pair

Finding your best pair

Nicholas Ducote

October 11, 2015


Filed under Food, Showcase, The Wolf

With so many options as far as wining and dining goes, people sometimes get confused and flustered when trying to order proper pairing options for the ultimate dining experience. Thankfully, Dan Davis, sommelier at Commander's Palace, provides some advice to make the process a little bit easier. If...

Fine dining etiquette 101

Fine dining etiquette 101

Gabriel Garza

October 10, 2015


Filed under Food, Showcase, The Wolf

You’re sitting at a fine dining establishment, and you notice there are four forks and two spoons. This is the swankiest restaurant you have ever had the luxury of going to and you don’t know what to do with your three other forks. You are too prideful and embarrassed to ask for help so you attempt...

Tip or not to tip (always tip)

Tip or not to tip (always tip)

Chasity Pugh

October 10, 2015


Filed under Food, The Wolf

Let’s be real, when it comes to spending cash, most students are very particular with their choices. Of course, you want a bite to eat at your favorite cafe without spending too much, but what happens after you’ve received your services? What do you leave for your waitress or waiter, other than a...

8 Restaurants You’re Missing Out On

Taylor Galmiche

October 9, 2015


Filed under Food, The Wolf

New Orleans is a food town, no doubt. Too many great restaurants and eateries slip through the cracks of bigger names. Consider this your underground foodie list, curated by locals just for you.1. Red’s ChineseRed's Chinese fuses new-wave Chinese with local ingredients, a chef from San Francis...

Nola bites after hours

Nola bites after hours

Jason Lahatte

October 9, 2015


Filed under Food, Showcase, The Wolf

When in New Orleans, hunger can strike at any moment’s notice; and after a late night, most dining options are closed. However, there are still some places kind enough to still be open. So here is a non-inclusive list of some of NOLA’s late night eateries. ON CAMPUS SliceWhat works: Great pizza and Salads ...

The clean, the passable and the cited

Nick Reimann

October 9, 2015


Filed under Food, The Wolf

New Orleans is world-renowned for its food, fun and festivities, and it loves letting everyone know about it. But something else that New Orleans is equally famous for, yet a little less enthusiastic about advertising, is its level of cleanliness (or lack thereof). It is accepted that in a city known...

Best tacos on Magazine Street

Best tacos on Magazine Street

Mary Graci

October 8, 2015


Filed under Food, The Wolf

Soft and crunchy and juicy and creamy and spicy and messy and fresh and greasy and simple and complex and these are only a few ways to describe a taco. Every city has the place to get tacos on a fiscally-tight Friday night with a couple of good friends and better drinks. New Orleans is famously known as ...

Sweets for My Sweet

Sweets for My Sweet

Gabriela Morales

October 8, 2015


Filed under Food, Showcase, The Wolf

Food is the specialty of the Crescent City— especially desserts. New Orleans is filled with a great variety of places to satisfy a sweet tooth. No matter what time of the day it is, anyone can have that immediate sugar craving. When Loyola students were asked about their favorite places to go to...

Remembering Willie Mae Seaton

Remembering Willie Mae Seaton

Zach Brien

October 8, 2015


Filed under Food, The Wolf

Willie Mae Seaton died on Sept. 18 at the age of 99. Seaton, a native of Crystal Springs, Mississippi, founded Willie Mae’s Scotch House in the Treme. The restaurant, which opened as a bar in 1957 on St. Ann Street, is a local favorite for her southern fried chicken. According to a 2014 NOLA.com ...

New Orleans Nightlife at home

New Orleans Nightlife at home

Lauren Saizan

September 20, 2015


Filed under The Wolf

After spending a week of late-night studying, taking stressful classes, and worrying about life after college, going out on the weekends can seem like a hassle. If you’re looking for a night in at Loyola University, students know just how to spend it: relaxing and recharging. Resting the mind can...

Editor’s Note

Starlight Williams

September 19, 2015


Filed under The Wolf

When I first moved to New Orleans, I wasn’t prepared for the sun-heated asphalt and tacky neon signs. I was terrified of the sweaty tourists brushing against me and dreaded taking the hour-long streetcar ride to an area that was described as New Orleans nightlife. I was misinformed. New Orlean...

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