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Top Five Jazz Fest Foods 2012

Cochon de Lait Po-Boy There are over 65 food booths at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival; it can make it hard to decide what to eat. As the staff of our New Orleans Bed and Breakfast attend and sample the food booths every year, we are sharing our[…]

Enjoy Mother’s Day Weekend in New Orleans

Thinking ahead about the perfect gift for the most important woman in your life? Bring mom to the Garden District in New Orleans for local music, superbly delicious meals or even a pampering day of relaxation.   The Garden District is home to many top restaurants with food ranging from casual to haute cuisine and you can find Jazz[…]

War of 1812 – 200 Years Later

Historians, war buffs, and boat and airplane enthusiasts will have a great reason to come to New Orleans next month for Navy Week NOLA. Navy Week NOLA (April 17-23) is the kick off to three years of international events that commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. They will[…]

Tennessee Williams Comes to Town

The annual Tennessee Williams Festival is slated for March 21 – 25 in New Orleans.     The five-day fête honors the legendary Tennessee Williams, his works, and literary life in the adopted city he called his “spiritual home” and features two days of master classes; a roster of lively discussions[…]

BBC Travel Article Goes Beyond the French Quarter

We agree with the BBC Travel Section article New Orleans Outside the French Quarter that the best places to experience the city go past the usual tourist boundaries. The writer features neighborhoods such as Faubourg Marigny, Frenchman Street, Bywater, Warehouse District, Treme and our own Garden District… Excerpt: Hop on[…]

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