Monthly Archives: May 2011

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A Night of New Orleans Jazz

Whenever one thinks of New Orleans, they think of jazz. And rightly so as we are considered the birthplace of jazz.

One of the nicest clubs to experience our local jazz is Snug Harbor, 626 Frenchman St. 504-949-0696. With delicious drinks, great regional food, and beautiful 1800s architecture, Snug Harbor is a must for history buffs, food lovers, and cocktail coinsures.

There are three rooms at Snug Harbor, the dining room, and bar room and the music room. With great Jazz every night and reasonably priced entrance to the music room (usually between $10-$15), The classy New Orleans atmosphere of Snug Harbor is unbeatable. Snug Harbor is not a tourist trap. It is a place where locals go to hear jazz and enjoy local cuisine and delicious cocktails. read more »

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Unique, Classy, Delicious, Cure New Orleans

Looking for the perfect place to wrap up your evening or to get it started in beautiful New Orleans? Your choices are limitless and can be a bit overwhelming, but the best place to start or end the night is definitely Cure! www.curenola.com 4905 Freret St 504-302-2357. With great small plates and some of the world’s most original cocktails, Cure is hard to beat.

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A Stroll down Royal Street in the French Quarter

Looking for an fun activity in the French Quarter that doesn’t involve the crowds, noise, and grime of Bourbon Street? You need only look one block past Bourbon Street to the upscale, exciting, and historical Royal Street. A walk down Royal Street will take you back in time as you see street performers playing jazz and dancing amongst the beautiful 19th century architecture that lines Royal Street.

While exploring the beautiful antique stores, art galleries, and unique shops of Royal Street there is one restaurant that is absolutely worth a stop. Grab some fresh local seafood at the Royal House, 441 Royal Street, 504-528-2601 http://www.royalhouserestaurant.com

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