On Our Radar: 3.16.24

La Petite Grocery 20 Year Celebration

LOVE: We celebrated 20 years of La Petite Grocery last Sunday. It was a beautiful occasion that highlighted the wonderful restaurant that New Orleanians know and love. Thank you to Mia and Justin Devillier for creating an amazing place for people to make memories, and to the entire La Petite Grocery team for bringing the restaurant to life every day. Book your reservation here to join in on the celebration.

WANT: This hat and this crossbody bag from Hola Guava. It’s festival season, so stop by Hola Guava to grab your goodies!

LEARN: For aspiring gardeners looking to nurture their green thumbs, join The Plant Gallery’s Plant Family Class on March 23rd at 10:00 AM. Discover the secrets of growing popular fruiting plants in Louisiana, including legumes, nightshades, and cucurbits. The team at TPG will teach you essential tips on pH levels, optimal temperatures, fertilization, and pest management. Isabel had a blast at their succulent and cacti class and can’t recommend their classes enough! Sign up here.

VISIT: Art in Bloom installations will be on view until tomorrow at the New Orleans Museum of Art. Throughout three floors of the museum, you can view the spectacular floral arrangements crafted by talented floral designers, garden clubs, and other creative minds. If you plan to visit, be sure to stop by and see Blair Price’s display and Hilltop Shoppe’s display.

MEET: We’re all dreaming of visiting the beach, and if you are interested in making a beach home your reality, reach out to Be On The Coast. Owner Brian LoCicero is a Louisiana native turned seasoned local on the Florida Emerald Coast. Brian offers expert assistance in finding your ideal property. With a focus on residential and commercial real estate, Brian and his son Andrew provide personalized service for a comprehensive real estate experience.