The original Viceland, New Orléans is home to Cajun cuisine, live music, wine and spirits. With Spanish, French, Afro-American and European roots, it’s the most eclectic place to be.
Unpack your bags at Bourbon Street’s four diamond-rated Royal Sonesta. Enjoy a gallery overlooking the French Quarter, scenic courtyard, outdoor pool and indoor dining experience at Desire Oyster Bar, serving wild caught catfish, fresh salad and homemade iced tea. Grab a cup of café au late at PJ’s Cafe and unwind to the sound of live music at The Jazz Playhouse.
Bourbon Street offer something for everyone, antique shops, St. Louis Cathedral for trinkets, art galleries, nightlife and great eateries. Cafe Beignet for all your brunching needs with their crawfish omelettes, warm beignets and freshly brewed coffee. Surrey’s Cafe & Juice Bar is your no reservations dining option for some crab meat omelettes and Toby Estate coffee.
The French Quarter boasts Spanish styled architect, a historical Jackson Square, sizable market, street performances and within walking distance of Cafe du Monde for their world-famous beignet and cafe au lait. Hideaway in the courtyard space at Café Amelie, delight your senses with their melting chocolate lava cake topped with French vanilla ice cream.
For some wild closeups, Airboat Adventures features photo-ops with baby gaters and an instagram-worthy trail into the Louisiana bayou and moss-draped cypress swamp.
Halloween isn’t the only time to visit haunted attractions. Learn about NOLA’s rich history as your ghost hunt with New Orleans Native Tours cemetery and walking tours with Haunted History Tours. For the NOLA native tours, ask for Brent as your guide, he’s amazing.
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