Leslie Pariseau is a writer and editor in Brooklyn. She's Features Editor at PUNCH, former Special Projects Editor of Saveur and the co-author of SPRITZ. She has written for GQ, Esquire, Saveur, the New York Times, The Ringer and Vulture, among others.
In this installment of “Dive,” a look inside an Uptown New Orleans bar that’s become a landing place for oddball night owls, even at 6 a.m.
The podcast host and former film critic on her new book, drinking dirty Martinis at Musso & Frank and reporting on Hollywood’s lurid past amidst its current upheaval.
The Margarita-slinging Mexican cantina has informed America's understanding of south-of-the-border culture since the midcentury. Leslie Pariseau on the how the Margarita embedded itself in America, and the Southern California cantinas…