Rob started his career in 2008 reporting in Baton Rouge after he was handpicked as the top reporter candidate at LSU’s Manship School of Communication. During his time in Baton Rouge, Rob covered Hurricanes Gustav and Isaac, the New Orleans Saints’ Superbowl victory and reported extensively from the coast during the BP oil spill.
Ready behind the counter of a café the Barista is the ‘keeper of the coffee,’ and quite often those people are doing so much more than just pouring coffee. When it comes to lattes, the mixture of espresso and frothed milk provides a canvas of coffee for baristas to create what’s known as latte art.
The Triple Crown is a fabled summit in sports, a seemingly impossible trio of wins in horse racing and an even more impressive collection of batting stats in baseball, but when it comes to hiking, few people have ever achieved that summit, known as the Triple Crown.
There’s no denying Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, and Saints football brings in people to the Crescent City from across the world, but in a city where the dead lives above ground in tombs, there’s something spooky about the streets of New Orleans.
Donald Link is a giant in the New Orleans restaurant industry, building a small empire of eateries almost all located in one pocket of the Warehouse District, while amassing a full plate of recognition from the James Beard Foundation.
At Coquette on Magazine street guests find a welcoming retreat from the typical fine dining cuisine with menus crated with deliberate intention, featuring local ingredients, and a team of chefs who recognize flavors delivering a mouthwatering experience.
At Willa Jean you’ll find a welcoming counter filled with stunning stacks of cookies and pastries and a dining room that stays busy thanks to the crave-worthy savory creations that bloom from the kitchen.