Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral has always been the beating heart of New Orleans — the center of the action. In fact, the city was laid out specifically to have the Place de Armes at the center.
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Whether it’s your first visit to New Orleans or you live here, you’ve probably heard of Acme Oyster House.
From the Commander’s Family of Restaurants (see: Commander’s Palace) comes SoBou, a Southern saloon inspired restaurant with “serious food” high on the priority list.
Southern Candymakers takes the classic New Orleans candy and keeps it old school, which means they use only the freshest ingredients to make their pralines in-house.
There are quite a few restaurants in New Orleans that can tell a story without saying a word. Bon Ton Cafe is one of them.
What flavors come to mind when you think of New Orleans? Is it the powdered sugar on top of a beignet? The savory layers of a perfectly prepared gumbo? While no one would blame you for thinking that, there’s another classic New Orleans flavor that you just have to experience.
Cafe Beignet sells some of the best beignets in the city and a full breakfast menu.
On the third Sunday in March, which sometimes falls the same weekend as St. Patrick’s Day, New Orleans celebrates Super Sunday.
Before you pay the registration fee and get yourself all signed up for one of the coolest races on the planet (in one of the coolest towns, we might add), let’s talk about all the things you’ll want to know.
Mister Apple has candy apples covered in praline.