Times-Picayune Upgrades Carrollton Market to Four Beans!

On July 6th, Brett Anderson, James Beard Award-winning food writer and restaurant critic for the Times-Picayune, upgraded Carrollton Market’s rating, signifying a level of “Excellent”.  In his review, Brett said: “I’m compelled to upgrade the restaurant’s rating from three to four beans, in recognition of what it has become: one of the most consistent manufacturers. . . Continue Reading >>>

Join us for our Family-style Italian Feast on June 28th

At Carrollton Market we know the importance of family time around a dining table.  That’s why we are introducing a weekly family-style dinner on Wednesdays during the summer.  Our first Feast will happen on June 28th and will feature Red Gravy-style Italian food.  For $30/pp or $40/pp including wine, our guests will be fed (family-style, of. . . Continue Reading >>>

Audubon’s Sustainable Seafood Dinner Series To Support Gulf Of Mexico Fisheries

Renowned chefs from the Gulf region will share their passion for local, sustainable seafood at Audubon Nature Institute’s second annual Summer of Sustainability dinner series launching on Thursday, June 1, at 6:30 p.m.          Hosted by Audubon’s sustainable seafood program, Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries (G.U.L.F.), the dinner series raises awareness about seafood sustainability and. . . Continue Reading >>>

Eating Louisiana

What if you could time travel, all in one day, from a pre-Civil War sugar planter’s breakfast, to an authentic Cajun crawfish boil, to trendsetting seafood dishes from talented New Orleans chefs moving a traditional cuisine forward? That’s exactly what a group of Marriott’s culinary, F&B, and event planning leaders did on our Flavor Foray. . . Continue Reading >>>

My NOLA: 20 Questions with Zachary Engel

In 2016, Shaya was named the Best New Restaurant at the James Beard Awards – one of the highest culinary honors. This year, Shaya Chef de cuisine Zachary Engel won the award for Rising Star Chef of the Year, presented by S. Pellegrino. Find out how an incredible up-and-coming chef lives and breathes the Crescent City…. . . Continue Reading >>>

A Rising Star Chef of the Year Nominee on His NOLA Favorites

Breakfast: “Carrollton Market in the Riverbend has one of my favorite brunches in town. The food is exceptionally well done and not too heavy, which is a break from most New Orleans brunch spots.”

An Absolute Riverbend Gem

Carrollton Market is one of those hidden gems that folks around town don’t intentionally rave about, mainly because they want it all to themselves. I wholeheartedly can’t keep this place a secret any longer! Located in the Riverbed 1/2 block off Carrollton Ave. (8132 Hampson St, New Orleans, LA 70118), Carrollton Market is a special. . . Continue Reading >>>

Time Out Names Carrollton Market 12th Best Brunch in America

New Orleans is such a brunch-rich town that it’s hard to pick just one favorite mid-morning spot. When hard-pressed, we’ll name this Riverbend gem from chef Jason Goodenough (and trust us, his plates are more than good enough). Rich, expertly prepared brunch dishes include a standout poutine strewn with cheese curds, crispy bacon, sausage gravy. . . Continue Reading >>>

In New Orleans and Beyond, Celebrating the Big Easy Is a Mighty Tasty Affair

Voyage to New Orleans For a fine-dining take on New Orleans cuisine, look to Café Boulud on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Every few months, in addition to the regular menu, executive chef Aaron Bludorn highlights (in a series called Voyages) the cuisine of a chosen destination. This time, it’s New Orleans. “When Daniel [Boulud] and I. . . Continue Reading >>>

First date? These New Orleans restaurants may help break the ice

Tucked away in the Riverbend, Jason Goodenough, chef and owner, quietly dishes out creative takes on favorite Gulf seafood and familiar dishes. Snag a table at the bar and keep one eye on the tiny kitchen to your right where flames rise out of skillets. Expect dishes such as flash-fried oysters or Indian spiced meatballs.

Chef Goodenough to Cook Lundi Gras and Mardi Gras Dinners in New York

Chef Goodenough will reunite with his classmate from The Culinary Institute of America, Chef Aaron Bludorn, to cook Lundi Gras and Mardi Gras collaboration dinners in New York City.  Chef Bludorn and his boss — Chef Daniel Boulud — have been gracious enough to invite Chef Goodenough to Cafe Boulud for these two special dinners.. . . Continue Reading >>>