Nashville Sake Bar Coming to New Orleans

Algiers Point is a great area in New Orleans, and it has been chosen as the landing spot of a new sake bar. Rice Vice in Nashville is the original bar that was established by a Nashville sake brewery.

The New Orleans Rice Vice will be located at 143 Delaronde St. The bar is now under construction in what used to be a barbershop. It will be a small venture with 20 seats in about 400 square feet. The bar is located next to the Nighthawk Naploletana a new pizza restaurant. Early 2024 is the time frame for the bar’s opening.

“The whole point is to lower the barrier for people who want to explore this,” said Rice Vice founder Bryon Stithem. “It can be as deep learning experience as you want to make it.”

“There was a time when I was working in New York, and had access to all this great sake,” Stithem said. “When I came back to the South, the only way I could get access to the something like that again was to make my own.”

Stithem started his own sake brewery called Proper Sake Co. in Nashville. To showcase his product, Rice Vice opened its doors. The sake bar has been recognized as one of the best bars in the country by Esquire Magazine.

His love for New Orleans brought him here to start another sake bar and its perfect spot was the location in Algiers Point. His partner in the project, Bryson Aust, lives in Algiers Point and is partner also to the new pizzeria.

“Italian food and sake are great together, it’s umami on umami,” Stithem said.

“I started out as someone with an American understanding of sake, that there was hot and cold, filtered and unfiltered, and that was it,” said Aust. “But it really does run as deep as wine.”

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Common Reasons To Sell Your Home

“No matter what interest rates and home prices do next, sometimes homeowners just have to move—due to a new job, new baby, divorce, death, or some other major life change,” from A life change is a big reason for you to sell your home. It is not the ideal time or market but sometimes that just doesn’t matter. Here are several reasons why now would be a good time to sell your home.


There are many different things to cause you to have to relocate. They include a job change, needing to be closer to loved ones, or just needing a change of scenery.


You have an addition to your family, or you might just want a larger home. During the pandemic, stay-at-home orders made outdoor living spaces, home offices and home gyms more important spaces. An upgrade could be a move to another home so you have one or all of these features.


If you are soon to become an empty nester, then you might need to downsize. If you have too much space and not all of it is being used, then it probably would be a good move.

Change in Relationship Status

This is not a fun event but it does happen. Divorce, separation or on the brighter side marriage can push someone to sell their home.

Health Concerns

If something changes such as a homeowner that is now immobile, might need to change their living space to accommodate.

Remember selling your home and figuring out the right time to sell your home is a personal choice. “Deciding whether it’s the right time to sell your home is a very personal choice. There are numerous important questions to consider, both financial and lifestyle-based, before putting your home on the market,” says Bankrate.

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NOLA Riverwalk Outlets Photos with Santa, December 1 – 31, 2023

Santa will be in New Orleans for photos every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Photos with Santa

Riverwalk Outlets
500 Port of New Orleans PL.
New Orleans, LA 70130

December 1 -31, 2023

Free event!

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2023 NOLA Christmasfest, December 21 – 30, 2023

Come enjoy Christmas in New Orleans.

Nola Christmas

New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
900 Convention Center Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130

December 21 – 30, 2023

Tickets: $20 – $65+


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The 2nd Annual Children’s Hospital New Orleans Holiday Parade, December 2, 2023

Come visit Santa himself at this event in New Orleans.

New Orleans, LA 

December 2, 2023


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