Cafe Du Monde: Offering Traditional NOLA Coffee and Beignets Breakfast

Earlier this year, we told you about the New Orleans French Market on Decatur Street.  Once a Native American Trading Post became an actual market area in about 1779.  In the early 1800’s, the French Market was finally changing from … Continue reading

Magazine Street: New Orleans Cultural and Shopping Destination

Most people equate New Orleans with Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras, and Saints’ football.  However visitors may not be aware that we have one of the premier shopping and entertainment districts in the south.  Just six blocks south of our Garden … Continue reading

Enjoy a Thrilling New Orleans Halloween!

Around the rest of the United States, Halloween might look like this:  Children streaming from house to house, begging for candy.  Downtown in larger cities, there might be a single nightclub, sponsoring a costume-themed dance party.  Maybe your community will … Continue reading

An Unforgettable River Activity: Cruise on the Steamboat Natchez

Steamboat Natchez is NOLA’s only working steamboat offering two-hour riverboat cruises up and down the Mississippi River. This one-of-a-kind attraction is a great option for a daytime activity on the river, and is a popular destination for both visitors and … Continue reading