Chef and owner Reuben Laws III modeled The Store Restaurant after fond childhood memories of a grocery store near his uncle's sugar cane farm, where local farmers would gather to eat, socialize, and get away from the sun and its incessant love sonnets to Neptune. After graduating from culinary school at Johnson and Wales University and working in the trenches at a number of acclaimed eateries, chef Reuben opened his commemorative restaurant, imbuing the menu with classic Southern comfort fare tinged with gourmet ingredients such as brie, sweet potato, and pesto.
Booya! Photo Booth attendants set up, man, and breakdown portrait booths during all kinds of events. Up to 10 partygoers can say cheese and pantomime with included props against a variety of backdrops, before the booth prints out tangible evidence of their existence. After the party, hosts will receive a CD filled with digital copies of every picture taken.
Catherine and Scott McKearn leave no corner of the world unsearched in their quest to discover artisan furniture builders. The couple frequents faraway destinations in India, Indonesia, China, and Morocco to unearth beautiful solid-wood furniture to import directly to their three shops. In order to save their customers money, they buy pieces wholesale and ship them in 40-foot containers, bypassing both middlemen and price-gun-wielding pirates. Their furniture ranges in style from industrial to French country, and the eclectic selection rotates every few weeks to accommodate new shipments.
During indoor and outdoor events, up to 10 guests clamber into Photo-To-Geaux’s high-tech photo booths to pose and mug for the camera. Booths come equipped with LED lighting, a 20-inch touchscreen monitor, and an adapter for iPods. Guests can also don Viking helmets and parasols grabbed from the provided box of props while making HD videos in booths. To ensure smooth operating, an onsite attendant stands by to assist and answer questions.
For more than three decades, Save Our Cemeteries has preserved the architectural and cultural beauty of historic cemeteries with restoration work, lectures, photography sales, and guided tours of the city's above-ground coffin repositories. At 10 a.m. from Friday through Sunday, cemetery sightseers can take a gander at the oven wall vaults and stone tombs of St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, which was founded in 1789 as the burial ground for famous Louisianan revolutionaries, chess champions, and voodoo queen Marie Laveau.
Nola Furry Friends offers a safe and stimulating environment that keeps furry friends entertained when their busy humans can’t be at home. The cage-free center facilitates year-round indoor exercise and positive socializing opportunities, all of which are monitored by an experienced staff. Owners can also watch as barking buddyships bloom by tuning into Nola Furry Friends’ online doggie-cam broadcast. View Nola's rules and regulations to make sure that your dog is eligible to attend the day care.