New Orleans City Guide

WHERE TO STAY:

Windsor Court – One of New Orleans luxury hotels. From the moment you walk-in you feel you have stepped back into old New Orleans. Two blocks from The French Quarter it is the perfect setting for a weekend away.

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WHERE TO DRINK:

Cane & Table – Be sure to get a photo with the Captain!

French 75 for a cozy and yummy pre-dinner cocktail

Carousel Bar at Hotel Monteleone – the bar is a real carousel that slowly spins around

tea at The Windsor Court – a famous tradition in New Orleans

Lafittes Blacksmiths Shop (it’s haunted  by an old pirate)

Bacchanal – A fun environment for a great glass of wine

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WHERE TO EAT
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Muriels – dinner

Tableau – dinner

Galatoires – brunch/dinner

Elizabeth’s – brunch

Brennan’s – brunch or dinner

Camellia Grill – brunch

The Ruby Slipper – brunch

Red Gravy – brunch

Cafe du Monde – best beignets!

Commanders Palace – dinner (best restaurant 2014 award)

Sylvain – dinner
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WHAT TO DO:

Haunted History Ghost Tour (go after your dinner)

Frenchman Street (Definitely check out The Spotted Cat and Snug Harbor for live Jazz and Cafe Negril for Reggae)

walk aroundUptown

shop on Magazine street

take photos of the beautiful homes in the Garden District

take the Free Wheelin’ Bike TourCreole & Crescent

Harrah’s Casino

WWII museum

walk down the Riverfront

take the trolly to St. Charles Ave.

Steamboat Nachez

St. Louis Cathedral – (listen to live music, get your palm read, talk to a psychic, or just people watch)
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