The Goodnight Show is sponsored by these incredible local New Orleans’ businesses. We urge you to visit and support them!

If you’d like to become a sponsor,
please download our Sponsorship Package and contact us!



Soul of NOLA offers private guided excursions in and around New Orleans. We bring you authentic, unscripted experiences of our vibrant culture, not the usual tourist fare.  Each outing is tailored to meet your interests and needs, customized just for you!


WWOZ 90.7 FM is the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Station, a community radio station currently operating out of the French Market Corporation Offices in New Orleans, Louisiana. Our governance board is appointed by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Foundation. We are a listener-supported, volunteer-programmed radio station. WWOZ covers many events live in and around the city and across the United States. We also broadcast live from the famed New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival annually. WWOZ’s mission is to be the worldwide voice, archive, and flag-bearer of New Orleans culture and musical heritage.




At the corner of Elysian Fields & Burgundy, in the Faubourg Marigny, just 5 blocks from the French Quarter (3 blocks from the Snug Harbor Jazz bistro), a former Ford Motor Auto Dealership building of the early 1920’s has been home to Doerr Furniture since 1938.




Pop City is ALL about fun and fashion! Funrock’n is truly a dimestore for the 21st century. Something for everyone!




Authorized Flowmaster+ Dynomax Dealer. Selling and Installing:Mufflers, Catalytic Converters, Pipes, Performance Exhaust Systems. 1st business to open in the lower 9th Ward New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina!!



Enjoy a poor boy in a nostalgic setting at Parkway Bakery & Tavern, which is located at the corner of Hagan and Toulouse overlooking Bayou St. John in Mid-City New Orleans. Our New Orleans restaurant is a local family dining tradition, and our Poor Boys are so good that even President Obama has eaten here! Visit us today to experience poor boys as you never have before.



Breakfast and lunch daily, dinner Wed-Sat 6:30pm-10pm | BYOB

Satsuma Dauphine
open daily 7am – 5pm
3218 Dauphine st. New Orleans, LA 504.304.5962

Satsuma Maple
open daily 7am – 5pm
7901 MAPLE ST. New Orleans, LA 504.309.5557


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French Quarter Realty is a team of highly motivated individuals dedicated to offering a comprehensive set of real estate brokerage and management services of the best possible quality. Our commitment to our clients, our people, our industry, and our communities forms the basis of our strength and reputation.



Originally located at 800 France St., we’re now at our permanent home on St. Claude. Our newly built kitchen lets the team get creative with pizza and other specialty dishes. Pizza chef Stephen learned the tools of the trade, starting in his teens, making pies in NYC.  Chef Ross Muggivan recently joined the crew bringing his international flare with specials like Guinness stew and spicy curries. Head cook Richie brings a southern touch with his famous fried chicken and spicy mac and cheese.

New Orleans, he was bitten by the charm of the city. He moved to New Orleans in 2002 and decided the Bywater was ready for some great pizza. He opened the first Sugar Park at 800 France St. and after a five year stint there in a rental property with a small kitchen, decided it was time to open a new location where things could be more permanent. And here we are…Sugar Park’s new home with a first class kitchen!



After 41 years of operation, NOVAC is the longest continuously running media-arts 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the Southeastern US. We have a mission to cultivate a sustainable film community by providing access to resources, education and locally generated content. NOVAC accomplishes this mission through education, career development, community outreach, independent productions, and special events.



Lowry-Dunham, Case & Vivien was founded in 1901 when the Northshore was a healthful escape from the Big Easy. Since that time, the Northshore has grown and so have we, but our goal remains the same: to provide professional, sound insurance services to the hard working people of our community. With a staff of over 20 associates, and one of Louisiana’s most highly automated insurance offices, we stay abreast of trends in our industry.

Our associates and support staff strive to make your pursuit of reliable and affordable insurance coverage as easy as possible. We invest a great deal of time in getting to know you so we can devise an insurance program that will most effectively match your needs. Yes, in 1901 the bulk of our business centered on lumber, brickmaking and houses, but now we insure almost any exposure, almost anywhere.



The Joint opened in 2004 on Poland Avenue in the Historic Bywater District east of downtown New Orleans, LA. Since that time it has developed a national reputation for some of the best barbecue around. It has been in top 10 BBQ lists in publications from Bon Appétit to Zagat. In July 2008, The Joint was featured in Guy Fieri’s Food Network program “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.” In 2012, The Joint moved to its current location at 701 Mazant Street.



Our mission is to grow and sustain local food missions worldwide.

Good Eggs brings local groceries right to you. Order online from the best local farmers & foodmakers, and your groceries are picked and prepped to order. If you’re in the Bay Area, Brooklyn, Los Angeles or New Orleans, we’ll aggregate, pack and deliver your goods to your door — for free! — or you can pick them up at lots of convenient locations.



Now in its 39th year, the Arts Council New Orleans is a private, nonprofit organization designated as the city’s official arts agency. We are one of eight regional distributing agencies for state arts funds and we administer municipal arts grants as well as the Percent For Art program for the City of New Orleans.

The Arts Council works in partnership with the City of New Orleans, community groups, local, state, and national governmental agencies, and other nonprofit arts organizations to meet the arts and cultural needs of the New Orleans community through a diversity of initiatives and services.



In 1970, the Foundation was set up to be the nonprofit owner of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival – Jazz Fest – with a mission to sow the seeds of our unique culture for generations to come.

It’s mission:
“To promote, preserve, perpetuate and encourage the music, arts, culture and heritage of communities in Louisiana through festivals, programs and other cultural, educational, civic and economic activities.”


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