Great Food and Mardi Gras at Arnauds in the French Quarter

Speaking of Mardi Gras, New Orleans can mix it with just about anything. Food and Mardi Gras?  You certainly have it here in the Cresent City at Arnauds! Not quite one of the city’s Centenarian restaurants (but will be added … Continue reading

Jackson Square: an Historic Park in NOLA French Quarter

As a popular site for providing an historical backdrop for events, artists, locals, and visitors throughout the year, we thought we’d tell you a little about the pretty block of land known as Jackson Square. Jackson Square sits on the … Continue reading

Restaurant August: A European-Inpired Eatery From Chef John Besh

Want to celebrate a special occasion or just treat yourself during your New Orleans getaway at our bed and breakfast inn?  We recommend a lunch or dinner reservation to Restaurant August. Featuring a contemporary French menu using local ingredients, Chef … Continue reading

French Quarter Festival, New Orleans Event

What do 21 stages, a half-milion people, dance lessons, and musician adoptions have in common?  Why they’re all part of the annual French Quarter Festival in New Orleans!  And Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast welcomes you as our New Orleans … Continue reading

Spend Halloween 2012 at Our NOLA Bed and Breakfast

Across the country, you’ll find families trick-or-treating, adults (and some kids) attending parties, and all the “normal” holiday activities.  Here in NOLA?  Well it’s a little bit different, especially if you are staying at a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast!  … Continue reading

Ten things you may not know about New Orleans

So you’ve ridden the St. Charles Streetcar, lived it up in the French Quarter, and eaten enough gumbo to fill a family of four and are now left wondering what facets of New Orleans you haven’t mastered. Do not fret: simply read on for informative tidbits about this cultural playground you may not have known. Continue reading