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New Orleans - birthplace of Jazz

After a short flight from Washington we arrived in New Orleans and the first thing we notice was the temperature and the humidity in the air. 1,381 more words


Famous muffuletta shop illegally destroyed

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — The bricks for 724 St. Philip street were laid down in the 1820s, and in 1917 three Sicilian brothers by the family name of Montalbano purchased the small house from a widow and set up shop. 327 more words

News With A Twist

New Orleans: Muffuletta at Central Grocery

There are two muffuletta camps in the French Quarter. Those who go to Verti Marte because it’s open all night and the daytime crowd that hits up Central Grocery. 192 more words

The Minty

Margarita Drink Lab and Muffuletta Crackers

Summertime is the best time for Margaritas on the deck. Before mixing a full-sized cocktail to take outside on a glorious Friday evening, we decide to do a little homework in the drink lab. 310 more words


Muffuletta Memories

This post takes us to New Orleans, where I had the honor of visiting over a month ago. Even with all the wonderful foods and cocktails I got to try while I was there, I still had to make time for the inspiring bottles I love so much. 651 more words


New Orleans Day 2 - Muffuletta, Voodoo and more pretty houses

The best days start with sandwiches. Which in New Orleans means a trip to Central Grocery, home of the original Muffuletta. Italian ciabatta, stuffed with layers upon layers of ham, salami, cheese and olive salad. 275 more words


Can you go to New Orleans without getting a Muffuletta at Central Grocery?


Sure, but why would you? 923 Decatur St, in the French Quarter. They cut it in 4 pieces for you if you get a whole one.  15 more words