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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May 9th, 2011 by cindee
May 2nd, 2011 by cindee
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
April 3rd, 2011 by cindee
The French Quarter Festival summons unique music and an incredible amount of delicious food to New Orleans’ French Quarter, during the weekend of April 7-10. This festival is a perfect place to discover the unique charm and beauty of the French Quarter and New Orleans.
The French Quarter Festival, with 17 stages and over 100 performers, is the biggest free music festival in the South! You’ll hear many genres of music; jazz, gospel, brass band, cajun and zydeco and even a bit of classical. Some of our favorites include Kermit Ruffins, Bonerama, Baby Boyz Brass, Little Freddie King and Glen David Andrews.
n incredible array of food is offered at three beautiful venues: the old U.S. Mint, Jackson Square, and the Woldenberg Riverfront Park. The choices of food are endless and all worth a try. Get a taste of New Orleans unique culinary history while listening to some of the best music our country has to offer, but remember, the French Quarter festival is a relay, not a sprint. So pace yourself, and split up your food with music and your music with food.
March 29th, 2011 by cindee
Looking for the perfect romantic activity in New Orleans? Your choices are endless, but if the weather is nice, which it usually is, one choice is to watch the sunset at the Fly.
The Fly is a park that runs along part of the Mississippi River behind the Audubon Zoo. It’s the perfect spot to stretch out on the green grass and sip a glass of wine and watch the sun set with that special someone. Your Garden District Bed and Breakfast, Southern Comfort, has bicycles available so getting to the Fly is easy.
March 20th, 2011 by cindee
Tennessee Williams held New Orleans dear to his heart and often referred to her as his spiritual home.
Each year, actors, playwrights, poets, writers, and fans come together celebrate his life and works.This 5 day event is filled with art, live music, panel discussions, poetry readings, movies and much more. One of the most cherished event is the famous Stanley and Stella Shouting contest.
March 10th, 2011 by cindee
March 1st, 2011 by cindee