Bagel Deals in New Orleans
The bagel, like the circle from which it takes its shape, is a metaphor for life—it literally never ends. Enjoy eternally enticing eats with this Groupon. $5 for $10 Worth of Donuts and Drinks The menu features donuts ($0.75 each or $7.80/dozen), donut holes ($0.15 each or $1.50/dozen), and donut ice-cream sandwiches ($2.75). Blue Dot Donuts Local police officers Dennis Gibliant, Ronald Laporte, and Brandon Singleton spearhead Blue Dot Donuts, an emporium of decadent doughy confections that caught the attention of reporters from Fox 8 and WGNO. The cops hand-sculpt fried dough into a rotating selection of more than 50 ...
Many classic breakfast foods have their origins in the farm--eggs come from chickens, bacon comes from pigs, and milk comes from chickens. Rise and shine with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $5 for $10 worth of French-inspired breakfast cuisine $7 for $15 worth of French-inspired lunch cuisine Breakfast items include baked eggs in brioche with fresh fruit ($7) and daily-made quiche ($8). At lunch, patrons can choose from a menu of sandwiches ($9.50–$11) and salads ($8–$14). Tartine Though she grew up in New Orleans, Cara Benson cultivated her pastry skills at the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan. Homesickness soon ...
Though NOLA is known nationwide for its brass bands and bayous, our city's baked goods often fall in the shadow of beignets. If king cake doesn't cut it for the rest of the calendar, grab today's deal for $20 to spend on fresh food and drink at Laurel Street Bakery for $10. From bagels to muffins to pies -- oh my -- this humble off-street bakery is as homegrown as it looks. Opening at 7 a.m. seven days a week, Laurel Street beckons with a rotating assortment of pillowy cream cheese danishes, tangy blueberry pies, and steaming poppyseed bagels fresh from the oven. For lunch, you'll find inventive sandwiches like The Caroline -- featuring homemade ricotta, fresh basil, grilled pears, and honey on raisin-walnut bread. Even those locals who boast nary a sweet tooth will find something to love here: smoked turkey sandwich with Jack cheese and caramelized onions on ciabatta, anyone?