In New Orleans, Loretta’s, one of the better makers of pralines, has pecan, coconut, chocolate, and rum flavors of pralines. At Aunt Sally’s in the French Market, her original product has a beautiful vanilla note and creamy texture. One can watch the manufacturing process in the window, or go in and take in the aroma.
June 27, 2010
June 9, 2010
The owner and chef of Jacques-Imo’s Café greets a table donning a white chef’s jacket, shorts and a pair of Birkenstock clogs. It’s not a costume, just another day at the ever- Eclectic Cajun/Creole cuisine eatery in Uptown New Orleans.
March 12, 2010
One of two Double Double rooms with full-sized beds located on the second level of the B&B, this light and airy room was once the rear gallery of the original owner’s quarters.
March 11, 2010
The Butler’s Pantry with its two full-sized beds is a part of the mansion, but it has an outside entrance. It’s most convenient to the parking area and it has the only mini-fridge/ microwave in the house.
February 28, 2010
Now this is a step back in time! A huge room with original sunporch and fireplace (decorative) from 1891. You’ll feel you have taken a time machine back to an era when life was less stressful. If only for a weekend! Book your stay today at the Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast, and always, “Don’t just visit New Orleans…LIVE it!”
February 27, 2010
This room is perfect for the parents of a University student coming down to visit Tulane or Loyola. The Inn is very near either campus. There is a side sitting room (additional fee, space not shown in this photo) with a Victorian style twin day bed.
February 26, 2010
Boutique Queen with private bathroom and a desk in an alcove at the entry way (not shown in photo). This was the daughter’s room back in 1891 when the Picard family built their home in New Orleans.
February 24, 2010
One of the coolest rooms in the mansion. this space was designed to jut out from the roof and overlook the avenue. The Nanny took the children of the home here to safely watch the Mardi Gras parades. Close enough to see the floats, distant enough to avoid the dust raised by the hooves of the mules that pulled the them down historic St.Charles avenue back in 1891. Book your stay today at the Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast, and always, “Don’t just visit New Orleans…LIVE it!”
February 23, 2010
Book your stay today at the Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast, and always, “Don’t just visit New Orleans…LIVE it!”
February 22, 2010
This first floor double queen is perfect for University parents and their soon-to-be college student in New Orleans for a look at one of the near-by schools like Tulane or Loyola. Book your stay today at the Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast, and always, “Don’t just visit New Orleans…LIVE it!”
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