Leslie Pariseau is a writer and editor in New Orleans. She's Features Editor at PUNCH, former Special Projects Editor of Saveur and the co-author of SPRITZ. She has written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, Saveur, The Oxford American, 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…