Category Archives: New Orleans

Café Du Monde

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog New Orleans Cafe Du Monde French Quarter Coffee Chicory Beignets

Situated in the French Market District, Café Du Monde was established in 1862 and has become one of, if not the, most iconic eateries in New Orleans. While a well-known tourist destination, it retains its local customers and color. Café Du Monde is world-famous for beignets (a type of French doughnut) and their café au...

View full post »

Top 25 Bites of 2011

Hungry Native Martha's Vineyard Food Blog Fried Chicken & Waffle Biscuits Oak Bluffs

In no particular order, here are our 25 favorite bites of 2011. Some were time-honored classics, some were fresh new creations and a few were just plain weird. Either way, these are the bites that inspired us to write about, photograph and eat food in the past year. Fried Chicken & Waffle at Biscuits Restaurant...

View full post »

Atchafalaya, New Orleans

On a recent trip to New Orleans, KD, along with special guest Hungry Natives KC and VP paid a visit to Atchafalaya.  Named after the Atchafalaya basin, and located just a couple of blocks away from Magazine Street in the Upper Garden District, they specialize in contemporary Creole style cooking, and new, inventive versions of...

View full post »