Mardi Gras will be here before you know it, and nobody has mastered the art of celebrating like Copeland’s of New Orleans Atlanta-area restaurants. Our guests and friends are invited this Tuesday, Feb. 2..
Company Trip to Lafayette Helps Families Hit by Flood Copeland's of New Orleans - Atlanta has a long history of community involvement and giving back to the Atlanta-area communities where our gue..
The Atlanta Braves and their fans are looking forward to their new home stadium in SunTrust Park, scheduled to open in April down the road from Copeland's of New Orleans – Atlanta (/locations-menus). The new Cum..
Public speaking in a business setting isn’t always easy. Fortunately, there are things you can do to improve. Follow these 6 tips for a corporate presentation that the job done effectively. 1. Who are You?..
Cajun vs. Creole: Do You Know the Difference? With cross-cultural roots from France, Native America, Africa, West Indies, and sprinklings of other European countries, along with 300 years of colonization, immigration, ..
Southern cuisine is known for fried foods, including the savory deep-fried turkey and sweet beignets. Unfortunately, these fried foods are also have a reputation for not being the healthiest choice. ..
New Orleans is a city rich with diverse cultures evident in legendary dishes such as gumbo, etouffee and the Creole “trinity” of vegetables, shrimp stock, and a touch of cream. Its culinary tradition..
There is nothing more rewarding than knowing our guests are happy with the food and the banquet and catering services (/catering-and-banquets) we provide at Copeland’s. Whether they are Atlanta-area locals or v..
Thanksgiving in the South isn’t complete without Cajun deep-fried turkey on the menu. It’s a staple here at Copeland’s, as it is for many households during the holidays. But how did our deep..