We proudly support and promote local and sustainable agriculture, fishing operations, farmer's markets, and regional food producers whenever possible, not only for the health and vitality of our clients, but for that of our own food economy as well.
Meet Anne Lloyd, Owner
Anne Lloyd has had a career in the restaurant and foodservice business for over thirty years, 25 of which have been in New Orleans. Her former restaurant, the Mango House, was chosen as one of the "100 Best Places to Eat" in the Times Picayune, and was included in Gambit Weekly's Best New Restaurant category in its first year. It was featured in a number of publications, including Bon Appetit, St. Charles Avenue Magazine, Gambit Weekly, Culinary Concierge, Offbeat Magazine, and NOLA.com.
She has managed some of New Orleans' most popular kitchens, including the Bluebird Cafe, Gabrielle, and Lola's Restaurant, and worked with many well-known chefs and restaurateurs, such as Susan Spicer of New Orleans and Arnold Wong of San Francisco.
She holds a degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California at Santa Cruz and an Associate of Arts degree from the California Culinary Academy. You can see her cooking demonstration each year at the Food Heritage Stage of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
In recent years she has served on the Board of the New Orleans Food and Farm Network, Trinity Episcopal Church's Garden Ministry, and as Co-Chair of Trinity School's Helping Hands Committee. She regularly serves at the annual fundraisers of New Orleans' Museum of Art's Art in Bloom and FirstLine Schools' Edible Evening.
She and her husband live Uptown with their two children.