BOO! Eerie Haunts & Scary Fun At Halloween in NOLA

When it comes to Halloween, no city in the country puts as much soul or craziness into the holiday as the Crescent City. You’ll find haunted houses, world-class cemeteries, wild costumes and parties into the witching hours. It’s all too … Continue reading

Satchmo Summer Fest a Weekend Tribute to NOLA’s Favorite Son

With a mega-watt smile, distinctive gravely voice, and sweet-sounding trumpet, Louis Armstrong etched his place as a jazz master, and lives on as our city’s beloved native son. His charisma is still felt in the streets of New Orleans, and … Continue reading

Fresh-Picked Flavors & Fun At New Orleans Creole Tomato Fest

The first weeks in June are tomato picking season here in the Bayou, and for a city that embraces its foods and flavors as much as New Orleans does, that calls for a celebration. The Annual Creole Tomato Fest takes place … Continue reading

New Orleans Cajun-Zydeco Fest a Not-To-Miss June Event

Mark your calendar for the ninth annual Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival, June 6-7, 2015. This free, dance-happy celebration pays tribute to two of NOLA’s signature music genres—and it’s guaranteed to be one big, fun party. Famous for its music (one of … Continue reading

2014 Holiday Home Tour visits NOLA’s Garden District

The frost might still be on the pumpkins, but here at Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast—and for a lot of our friends on St. Charles Avenue—plans are already being made for the 2014 Holiday Home Tour this December. The event … Continue reading

Food, Football & Fun. Thanksgiving NOLA Style!

Turkey Day festivities in the Crescent City start early and, fitting a city that loves its parties, end a few days later. In between, visitors will be treated to great food, a fun parade, races and one of the greatest … Continue reading