While others fight the crowds at the mall and big box stores on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday – or when you’re on your way home if you get juiced from the excitement yourself – stop in and stock up on robust red and award-winning white wines.
Guess who’s coming to town? Santa will be at Alexander’s Highland Market on Sunday, Nov. 30, from noon until 5 p.m. for prepaid photo packages starting at $22.
Get “Harvesting Health” tips from Pennington Biomedical Research Center’s booth during Alexander’s Highland Market’s November Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sunday, Nov. 2, from 10 am until 2 pm at 18111 Highland Market Drive. Luckett Farms will also sell fresh seasonal vegetables, Hollywood Livestock will sell grass-fed beef, and AmazinGraze Creamery will offer goat cheeses from their farm.
It’s hard to describe how perfectly fall weather, local farmers, foodies, and faithful customers combined to make our sixth pop-up farmers market last Sunday our best yet, so we’ll show you in pictures. But know this: It keeps getting bigger, and it keeps getting better. “It’s such a great way to market our product,” said Kathy Broha, owner of Ruth’s Hummus. “We sold all four cases we brought!”
The first 50 people to attend Alexander’s Highland Market’s October Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sunday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 18111 Highland Market Drive and visit Southern Art’s booth will receive a free bottle of Southern Art No. 1 Handcrafted Hot Sauce, a local product recently named a Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Food Finalist.
Join us Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. as we transform our cafe into a French bistro and transport diners to southern France during our bimonthly wine dinner. The Tour de France will consist of a six-course meal, each course perfectly paired with a wine sampling from the region. Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased at our customer service counter or by calling 225-615-7800. Seating is limited.
Look for the row of canopies this Sunday! It’s time for our monthly Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sept. 7, from 10-2, where farmers and food vendors will sample and sell fresh produce and small batch foodie products.
The first home game is finally here, and we have everything you need for a fabulous tailgate! From Tiger-themed dishtowels and paper products to Tiger tales and tailgating recipes, we’ve got you covered. We even have to-GEAUX tailgating flasks and purple and gold tortilla chips for spirited snacking!
As we prepare for our next Pop-Up Farmers Market Sept. 7, we wanted to share This Week in Louisiana’s short video filmed at the August market. Taylor Frey discusses the benefits of introducing growers and producers to consumers.
There may be no frigate like a book to take us lands away, but most foodies will argue that taste buds do a fair job of transcontinental transportation. And so we invite neighbors to join us as we visit central Italy, a slow-food, sit-and-sip-and-eat foodie capital of the world, for a night of Tuscan tapas and Italian wine sampling.