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Sipping & Staying Cool: The Best Frozen Cocktails in New Orleans

Where Y'At | 07/17/2018

Who wouldn’t want to try icy artisanal slush at some of New Orleans’s most hip restaurants and bars?

At CBD's new Pythian Market, hummus bar/deli and wood-oven pizza round out offerings

The Advocate | 07/13/2018

One of the selling points for food halls, the more stylish, next-generation kin to the food court, is the way they present different flavors next to each other.

Pythian Market, a food hall in the CBD, now has a new addition that’s a bit different from anything else.

Special Summer Happy Hours

Go NOLA | 07/09/2018

Summer also means that we’re searching for every way possible to stay cool. One of our favorite ways to do that is with a fresh cocktail. So, we rounded up a list of some special summer happy hours so we can do just that.

The 1000 Figs Team Is Opening Little Fig at Pythian Market Very Soon

Eater NOLA | 07/06/2018

OPENING ALERT — Little Fig, a compact outpost of Mid City’s 1,000 Figs, will open in the Pythian Market on July 10 with Mediterranean specialties like hummus platters, made fresh daily and topped with rotating garnishes.

Twelve Places Every African American Traveler Should Visit in New Orleans

Go NOLA | 07/05/2018

Though Essence Fest is the perfect time to visit these places, the unique traditions and contributions from African Americans can be celebrated in New Orleans any time of the year.

That’s why we’ve gathered some special sites that every savvy, African American traveler must see while visiting New Orleans.

The Hottest Restaurants in New Orleans, July 2018

Eater NOLA | 07/05/2018

New Orleans’ latest food hall, Pythian Market, brings together mac and cheese balls, barbecue, Jamaican jerk chicken, poké, and fried oysters under one historic roof.

These Are New Orleans’ Top Spots For Happy Hour Cocktails and Snacks

Eater NOLA | 07/02/2018

Gone are the days when a decent happy hour meant $1 off bottled beer or some dregs-of-the-well concoction. Today’s happy hours are a cut above, pairing classic cocktails, craft beer, and wine specials with tasty, and often upscale small plates.

Restaurant Insider: News from the Kitchen

New Orleans Magazine | 07/01/2018

The latest food hall to hit New Orleans is Pythian Market, which opened in the CBD recently.

Things To Do In New Orleans Around the 4th of July

JTCB Travel Tips | 06/29/2018

And finally, “no one” comes to NOLA and not try their world-famous cuisines—that’s the main attraction! Stop by one of these eateries—and get your “eat on”!!

Where Y’Eat: How a Food Hall is Putting a Historic New Orleans Site Back on the Map

WWNO | 06/28/2018

The modern food hall has been cropping up in many cities, including our own. They look like jazzed up food courts – a cluster of counter service eateries for quick meals. What makes them different from the food court at the mall, though, are the vendors themselves. Instead of chains and national brands, they’re typically local talent.

Best of the Big Easy 2018: Writers' Picks

Where Y'at | 06/27/2018

Probably one of life’s toughest questions: What’s for dinner (or lunch)? The newly opened Pythian Market can help solve this dilemma. Like a deluxe food court, the market offers several tasty counter-service restaurants under one roof, such as Frencheeze, Poulet, Central City BBQ, and Cru.

EVERYTHING YOU MUST DO IN NEW ORLEANS THIS SUMMER

Thrillist | 06/26/2018

New Orleans’ newest bougie food court (its “artisan purveyors” dish out Vietnamese street food, craft cocktails and Gulf seafood, among other things) hosts a World Cup viewing party.

GoNOLA Find: Pythian Market

Go NOLA | 06/26/2018

Beginning in 2012, plans began to brew for a massive renovation. Forty-four million dollars and five years later, the Pythian reopened in mid-2017 to feature apartments and medical offices. This spring, the building’s most anticipated addition, the Pythian Market, opened its doors.

B-Mike's mural pays tribute to A.P. and Lucille Tureaud at Pythian Market

Gambit | 06/25/2018

Its original name, the Pythian Temple, sounds like something from the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark. Now rechristened The Pythian, the restored nine-story, circa 1909 building reopened May 9 with the unveiling of a commissioned mural of New Orleans civil rights lawyer A. P. Tureaud and his wife Lucille Dejoie Tureaud.

Gambit's 100+ bars 2018: new bars

Gambit | 06/25/2018

The vibe: Head to the rear of the CBD's new bright and airy food hall and grab a seat at 1908, its cocktail-focused bar.

New Orleans has two new food halls

USA Today | 06/21/2018

The food hall has a well-balanced array of cuisines, plenty of seating, playful decor and a friendly staff. Diners can come for coffee or smoothies in the morning, build a poké bowl or barbecue plate for lunch, and choose from arepas, pizza, tacos, grilled cheese sandwiches, a raw bar and an actual bar throughout the day. Of course, there's Cajun and Creole, too.

New Venezuelan spot La Cocinita debuts in the CBD

Hoodline | 06/20/2018

If you've got Venezuelan cuisine on the mind, a recent opening is need-to-know. Called La Cocinita, the new arrival is located at 234 Loyola Ave. in the Central Business District in the Pythian Market food hall. If the eatery's name sounds familiar, it's because La Cocinita also operates a local food truck.

Get trashed with grits! Here’s where to order one big bowl of breakfast

WGNO | 06/19/2018

6 spots to catch the World Cup in New Orleans

NOLA.com | 06/14/2018

Here are six bars and restaurants that are adjusting their schedules (and offering deals) for World Cup fans. Let us know in the comments section of other places showing the games.

Father’s Day Drinks, Suites, World Cup Viewing, Yanni

Biz New Orleans | 06/14/2018

Pythian Market, the recently-opened urban food collective located in the historic Pythian Temple, 234 Loyola Ave., is celebrating World Cup 2018 with month-long festivities including early morning bar specials, raffle prizes and parties.

Find These New Orleans Murals Around Town

Go NOLA | 06/14/2018

Façades around town burst with color and character, especially in the city’s older neighborhoods. Bright shutters hang against Caribbean-toned homes. But something else has been slowly, yet steadily, taking root and surfacing across town: murals.

Weekend Picks: Family Fun Day on Steamboat NATCHEZ, Father’s Day, and More

Go NOLA | 06/11/2018

Football may have a different meaning in America, but the rest of the world will be watching the biggest world match in soccer competition this weekend.

Touring the new Pythian Market

WWL | 06/08/2018

Food Writer for the Advocate, Ian Mcnulty, gives a tour of the new food hall, with 14 walk up eateries, at the Pythian Market in the CBD.

The Dine, Wine & Spirits Show – June 6th, 2018

WGSO | 06/06/2018

On today’s show Alessandra Madrid from Pythian Market http://pythianmarket.com/ joins the program to talk about their grand opening, the history of the building and all the wonderful things that are happening at Pythian Market.

4th of July Weekend Itinerary

Go NOLA | 06/06/2018

This all-American holiday is celebrated with the kind of fanfare that you’d expect from New Orleans.

Where to Eat and Drink in June

Go NOLA | 06/05/2018

Summer is upon us and with it some tasty eats and drinks, y’all! And in honor of June being Pride Month, we’ve added some local LGBTQ+ spots to celebrate the occasion. Be sure to bring your stretchy pants when you head to any of these 10 NOLA establishments this month.

Pythian Market Food Hall opens in New Orleans

NOLA.com | 06/04/2018

Pythian Market officially opens to the public Thursday in the Pythian Temple at 234 Loyola Ave. in downtown New Orleans Thursday, May 31, 2018.

Pythian Market dishes out food from around the world: Opening alert

NOLA.com | 06/01/2018

Step inside the 11,000-square-foot Pythian Market Food Hall, which opened Thursday (May 31) in the Central Business District, and you might find old favorites tucked beside new flavors. The 14 food vendors at the market come from throughout the New Orleans area.

STEPPIN' OUT

WYES | 06/01/2018

Since 1987, Steppin' Out has been New Orleans' only weekly arts and entertainment review. Peggy Scott Laborde is joined weekly by regulars such as radio host Poppy Tooker and theater critic Alan Smason as they discuss the latest happenings around the Crescent City.

15 Things to Do in July

Go NOLA | 06/01/2018

With the arrival of summer, everything seems to slow down just a little bit. Maybe it’s the memories of summers off during childhood, or the sense of new adventure the season brings. Whatever the case, the month of July presents an opportunity to slow down and enjoy what New Orleans has to offer.

Take a First Look Inside Pythian Market

Eater New Orleans | 05/31/2018

Pythian Market officially opens at 7 a.m. today.

Pythian Market, with 14 vendors, opens in historic CBD building

WDSU | 05/31/2018

If you're looking for new food options, Pythian Market in the Central Business District offers a variety of vendors in a building that's also known for its history.

Throw Me Somethin': Pythian Market offers food with a dash of history

The New Orleans Advocate | 05/30/2018

A culinary venue featuring independent vendors in a relaxed dining space will open its doors in the Central Business District at 7 a.m. Thursday, May 31, at the historic Pythian Temple building, 234 Loyola Ave.

Pythian Market Opens in the CBD

Where Y'At | 05/30/2018

Guests came out Wednesday night to celebrate the opening of the new Pythian Market. The market is a collection of several great counter-service restaurants all under one roof, such as Frencheeze, Poulet, Little Fig, Kais Poke, and La Cocinata.

WE ASKED 10 BARTENDERS: WHAT’S THE BEST TIKI COCKTAIL?

VinePair | 05/29/2018

As temperatures heat up, the time is right for lighter, fruitier cocktails. And if you really want to do it right, you’ll go all in with tiki drinks. These tropical cocktails reappeared in the 1990s and are still going strong today, with bartenders from Seattle to St. Augustine embracing this style.

Gambit's 2018 summer restaurant guide

Gambit | 05/29/2018

Gambit's Summer Restaurant Guide lists 786 recommended, popular and signature dishes at all sorts of local eateries. Listings also include information about hours of operation, reservation policies, prices and more.

Revived and recast, a look inside Pythian Market ahead of food hall's opening this week

The New Orleans Advocate | 05/28/2018

Now the Pythian Building has been revived, and food is a big part of the plan to put the historic structure back on the map.

New Orleans’ 10 Most Delicious Cocktails

BabesAndBeignets.com | 05/25/2018

Pythian Market is bringing back history when they open this month with a delicious rum tiki drink named after the Bali Ha’i Restaurant that was once the place to be at Pontchartrain Beach.

We’ve got your weekend: Rooftop movies, historical train rides, markets, and festivals

Via Nola Vie | 05/23/2018

To celebrate the opening, they are inviting the neighbors to a soft opening lunch with limited hours

Pythian Market food hall to open May 31 in the CBD

Gambit | 05/22/2018

Smoked meats from Central City BBQ, Mediterranean dishes from an offshoot of 1000 Figs and stewed oxtail from Jamaican restaurant 14 Parishes are among the offerings from the 14 food and drink vendors at Pythian Market (234 Loyola Ave.), which opens May 31.

NEW ORLEANS' NEWEST FOOD HALL

New Orleans Tidbits | 05/17/2018

Start your straw challenge at Pythian Market, the brand new food hall opening its doors TODAY. We've been swooning over the teaser shots of sin-sational watermelon palomas and peach sweet tea, and can't get enough of the Sip Sip Hooray frosé and daiquiri machines.

Pythian Market, a new CBD food hall, opens May 31

NOLA.com | 05/15/2018

The next chapter in the Pythian Temple's long history begins on May 31, when the Pythian Market food hall will open. The market's 14 vendors include 1,000 Figs, Central City BBQ, 14 Parishes and La Cocinita.

The 11,000-Square Foot Pythian Market Has Finally Set an Opening Date

Eater New Orleans | 05/15/2018

The CBD’s 11,000-square foot food hall, Pythian Market (234 Loyola Ave), has finally set an opening date: It will throw open its doors on May 31, according to Todd Price.

34 New Orleans restaurants to anticipate in spring 2018 and beyond

NOLA.com | 03/23/2018

More restaurants closed this summer than we've seen for years in New Orleans. Some claimed the New Orleans restaurant scene was a bubble, and it had popped. As we enter the spring, however, a big, new crop of restaurants show that chefs haven't given up on the city's dining scene.

Food hall evolution

Restaurant Hospitality | 02/02/2018

The momentum of the food hall phenomenon appears unstoppable, even as the concept struggles through some growing pains.

The rush to develop new halls in markets around the country has led to some miscues. TV chef and adventurer Anthony Bourdain, for example, recently pulled out of a massive, high-profile project in New York, and other halls have reportedly turned out to be challenging for the vendors financially, despite the promise of low start-up costs.

3 veteran restaurateurs join Pythian Market in CBD

New Orleans City Business | 12/15/2017

Chef Adolfo Garcia, who runs Ancora Pizzeria and Salumeria, will add a second location at the Pythian Market at 234 Loyola Ave. Another Ancora is located Uptown on Freret Street.

As a new CBD food hall takes shape, recipe for the Pythian Market boils down to basics

The New Orleans Advocate | 02/07/2017

Street food, food halls, public markets, fast-casual — these terms all carry buzz in the current American food realm. The term "operational efficiencies” does not. But it’s the behind-the-scenes factors of the food business that get Lisa Brefere’s attention first in her work to bring a new clutch of casual eateries to a once-forlorn corner of the CBD.

17 New Orleans Restaurants and Bars to Get Excited About in 2017

Eater New Orleans | 01/31/2017

Part of a mixed-use redevelopment, the market will feature 19 vendors including new digs for grilled cheese food truck Frencheeze and its new venture Squeezed juice bar.

Pythian Market adds Venezuelan food, Laurel Street Bakery to lineup

New Orleans City Business | 01/11/2017

The Pythian Market, a food space that is part of the redevelopment of The Pythian Building in the Central Business District, has added two local vendors to its growing lineup.

La Cocinita, a food truck that specializes in Venezuelan cuisine, and Laurel Street Bakery, a café with fresh bagels, muffins and other home-baked specialties, plan to rent space in the market. They join Frencheeze, a food truck that offers sandwiches and other items and was the first vendor announced last November.

Rolling Restaurant Frencheeze Drops Permanent Roots in Pythian Market

Eater New Orleans | 11/15/2016

The CBD’s forthcoming food hall Pythian Market has announced two of its vendors. Local rolling sandwich slinger Frencheeze food truck will put down more permanent roots in the building next year. Additionally Frencheeze owner, Jason King plans to open a new juice bar concept called Squeezed in Pythian Market that will serve salads, smoothies and fresh juices.

Frencheeze food truck joins CBD's new Pythian Building market

The Times-Picayune | 11/14/2016

Frencheeze food truck owner Jason King serves up in front of the Joy Theater on Canal Street Thursday evening, June 26, 2014. King will run two stalls in the Pythian Building market, which opens in 2017.

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