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October, 2011 in New Orleans

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56 Dreyfous Dr
New Orleans, LA 70119

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Parkview Terrace - Ceremony & Reception - 56 Dreyfous Ave., New Orleans , LA, 70124

Parkview Terrace

56 Dreyfous Ave.
New Orleans , LA 70124


Country Inn & Suites - Hotel - 315 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson-New Orleans

315 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70130, United States


Inn on Bourbon Hotel - Hotel - 541 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Inn on Bourbon Hotel

541 Bourbon Street
New Orleans, LA 70130, United States


Brennan's - Restaurant - 417 Royal St, New Orleans, LA, 70130

Brennan's Restaurant

417 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA
(504) 525-9711

"A New Orleans tradition and home of Bananas Foster. A delicious spot for brunch!"


Cafe du Monde - Restaurant - 800 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA, 70116, USA

Café du Monde

800 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA, United State

"Coffee and beignets, a New Orleans classic. Open 24 hours."


Camellia Grill - Restaurant - 626 South Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans, LA

Camellia Grill

626 South Carrollton Avenue
New Orleans, LA
(504) 309-2679

"Take the Street Car all the way down St. Charles and have a tasty meal at this New Orleans Institution. Its all counter seating and does not take reservations, but it is worth the wait and sitting at the counter is all part of the fun!"


Commander's Palace Restaurant - Restaurant - 1403 Washington Ave, New Orleans, LA, United States

Commander's Palace Restaurant

1403 Washington Avenue
New Orleans, LA
(504) 899-8221

"A New Orleans tradition since 1880, Commander's is one of the best places to eat in the city. Nestled in the Garden District inside the aqua blue fantasy like Victorian architecture you'll find inventive modern New Orleans cooking coexisting with Haute Creole. A truly awesome dinning experience, worth the price. Reservations highly recommended."


The Court of the Two Sisters - Restaurant - 613 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Court of Two Sisters

613 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA

"Delicious traditional New Orleans food in a historical building. They also have a great jazz brunch daily."


Crescent City Brewhouse - Restaurant - 527 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA, 70130

Crescent City Brewhouse

527 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA 70130 , United States

"Rehearsal dinner - invitation only"


De No's Seafood - Restaurant - 505 Gretna Blvd, Gretna, LA, 70053

De No's Seafood

505 Gretna Blvd
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 362-4608

"A delicious hole in the wall seafood place!"


Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar - Restaurant - 739 Iberville Street, New Orleans, LA

Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar

739 Iberville Street
New Orleans, LA

"Delicious seafood done right. Felix's has been open for over 100 years."


Jacques-Imo's - Restaurant - 8324 Oak Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Jacques-Imo's Cafe

8324 Oak Street
New Orleans, LA

"A great mix of Cajun and Creole cuisine. A place popular with both locals and tourists. Reservations are only taken for parties of five or more up to 30 days in advance. All other parties will be first come, first served."


Juan's Flying Burrito - Restaurant - 2018 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA, 70130, US

Juan's Flying Burrito

2018 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA
(504) 569-0000

"If you're craving Mexican food, this is the place for you."


Napoleon House - Restaurant - 500 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA, 70130

Napoleon House Bar & Cafe

500 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA

"Housed in a historic landmark dating from 1797 and family owned since 1914, this European-style café serves local sandwiches, soups, salads, gumbo and jambalaya. The atmosphere is unique and casual, the music is classical."


Port of Call - Restaurant - 838 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA, United States

Port of Call

838 Esplanade Avenue
New Orleans, LA
(504) 523-0120

"If you're looking for a delicious burger you've found it. The burgers are HUGE and the baked potatoes they come with are delicious. They also have fabulous mixed drinks!"


House of Blues - Entertainment - 225 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA, United States

House of Blues

225 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA
(504) 310–4999

"Great live music and a restaurant. Check the schedule to see who Is playing while you're in town!"


Preservation Hall - Entertainment - 726 St Peter St, New Orleans, LA, 70116, US

Preservation Hall

726 Saint Peter Street
New Orleans, LA, United States

"A jazz performance hall, it hosts nightly concerts featuring a rotating roster of bands. The bands of Preservation Hall typically perform jazz in the New Orleans style."


Mid-City Lanes Rock 'n Bowl - Entertainment - 4133 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA, 70119, US

Rock n Bowl - Mid City Lanes

3000 South Carrollton Avenue
New Orleans, LA

"Bowling and live music all in one place! Great fun for all ages!"


Tipitina's Uptown - Entertainment - 504 Napoleon Ave, New Orleans, LA, United States


501 Napoleon Avenue
New Orleans, LA

"A local music venue that has been around since the late 70s and hosts a variety of acts!"


Algiers Ferry - Attraction - 1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA, 70130

Algiers Ferry

"This free ferry trip across the Mississippi has been Anonymous's favorite thing about New Orleans since she was a little girl. Enjoy!"


Audobon Aquarium of the Americas - Attraction - 1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA, 70130

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

1 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70178
(504) 581-4629 or (800) 774-7394

"Looming large against the Mississippi River is the extraordinary Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, one of the top museums of its kind in America. Here you will find 15,000 sea life creatures, representing nearly 600 species, living happily in a state-of-the-art facility. If you go look for the white alligator - just 18 of these animals were found in a Louisiana swamp. These alligators are not albino - their steely blue eyes and white skin are mesmerizing. In Cajun lore, seeing a white alligator is considered good luck!"


Audubon Nature Institute - Attraction - 6500 Magazine St LA , New Orleans, LA, 70118, US

Audubon Zoo

6500 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA, United States

"Audubon Zoo is a New Orleans landmark and a living museum filled with some of the rarest and most beautiful creatures of nature. There have been animals at this site since the 1884 World Exposition in Audubon Park. Today, Audubon Zoo is 58 acres of animals in their natural habitats. The Zoo consistently ranks among this country’s best. Here you will find a unique wildlife haven full of New Orleans flavor, impressive 100-year old oak trees and a cast of animal characters. Animal favorites include elephants Jean and Panya, the Komodo dragon and the white tiger brothers from California, named King Rex and King Zulu. But also look for bears, monkeys, snakes, orangutans, elks and more exotic animals than you can imagine!"


Destrehan Plantation - Attraction - 13034 River Rd, Destrehan, LA, 70047, US

Destrehan Plantation

13034 River Road
Destrehan, Louisiana, United States

"Closest Plantation from N.O. Costumed tour guides, exhibits include an original document signed by Thomas Jefferson and Folk Art depicting the 1811 Slave Revolt. Period craft demonstrations daily."


French Market - Attraction - 1008 N Peters St, New Orleans, LA, 70116-3317, US

French Market

1235 North Peters Street
New Orleans, LA

"Founded in 1791, New Orleans’ French Market is the oldest public market in the country and has played a historic role in the development of the city’s economy. Reminiscent of some European markets, this open-air mall features shopping, dining and music in a tradition that is uniquely New Orleans. From Café du Monde near Jackson Square to the market at the end of Esplanade Avenue, there are five blocks of specialty retail shops and a community flea market with locally-made jewelry, clothing and art."


Frenchman Street - Attraction - 609 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Frenchmen Street

626 Frenchmen St
New Orleans, Louisiana, US

"Frenchman Street is a compact musical enclave where the “locals” hang out. A two-block-long entertainment district where, on any given night of the week – including normally dead Mondays – you can hear live sounds and a wide variety of music as only New Orleans musicians can perform. Best of all on Frenchmen Street the drinks are cheap and admission to most of these clubs is free! The only thing you’ll be asked to do is tip the bands generously; or, as they say, make a contribution to Philip (as in “Fill up the tip jar”). In some of these venues, that’s the only money they make, so you’ll be making a worthy contribution toward keeping the music of New Orleans alive."


Jackson Square - Attraction - Chartres St & St Peter St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Jackson Square

Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA, United States

"Located on Decatur Street, between the Jax Brewery Shopping Mall and the French Market, in front of the St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square earns it name for one of three bronze statues of Andrew Jackson located in the center of the square. Jackson Square is also the location of an open-air artist colony, where artists display their work on the outside of the iron fence. Visitors even have the opportunity to see the artists at work and perhaps have their portrait drawn by one of the many talents utilizing Jackson Square as their studio."


Laura Plantation - Attraction - 2247 Louisiana 18, Vacherie, LA

Laura Plantation

2247 Louisiana 18
Vacherie, LA
(888) 799-7690

"Daily tours based on Laura's memoirs of detailed life on the 1805 Creole plantation. Named 'Top travel attraction in Louisiana' by LA Travel Promotion Assn. 50 minutes from New Orleans."


Magazine Street - Attraction - 3118 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA, 70115

Magazine Street

3118 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70115

"For shopping, dining or just casual strolling, no place in New Orleans outside the French Quarter beats Magazine Street. A six-mile-long stretch of this Garden District and Uptown thoroughfare features some of the best antique stores, art galleries, craft shops and classy boutiques to be found anywhere in the city. Magazine Street was named for a “magazin,” a warehouse that was built in the late 1700s to house products awaiting export. Today this vibrant street features eclectic architecture—from the large columned Greek Revival style of the mid-19th century to the colorful Victorian cottages trimmed in quirky gingerbread millwork."


Mardi Gras World - Attraction - 1380 Port of New Orleans Place, New Orleans, LA,  504-361-7821

Mardi Gras World

1380 Port of New Orleans Place
New Orleans, LA, 504-361-7821

"To get the feeling of Mardi Gras year-round, visit Mardi Gras World, the largest float designing and building facility in the world. Here more than 80 percent of the floats that journey down New Orleans' streets during the Carnival season are designed and built. During the tour, visitors learn about the many traditions surrounding Mardi Gras parades, balls and music, as well as the intricacies of float designing and building. Mardi Gras floats began rumbling down New Orleans streets in 1837 with mule-drawn carriages. Today the tradition continues with sophisticated mega-floats, which hold more than 200 masked riders and are lit with fiber optic cables and laser lights."


Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo - Attraction - 739 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA, 70116, US

Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo

739 Bourbon
New Orleans, LA
(504) 581-3751

"A true New Orleans experience and the best place to get a voodoo doll."


National World War II Museum - Attraction - 945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

National World War II Museum

945 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA, United States

"A must-see for history lovers and all patriots, it has been designated by the U.S. Congress as the country's official World War II Museum. Powerful images and extraordinary artifacts bring to life the American Spirit, the courage, teamwork and sacrifice of the young men and women who won the war and changed the world. From the 1930s prelude to war, to the Normandy Invasion and the battles of the Pacific Islands, visitors trace America's role in the war and on the Home Front."


Nottoway Plantation - Attraction - 31025 Louisiana 1, White Castle, LA, United States

Nottoway Plantation

31025 Louisiana 1
White Castle, LA, United States

"Experience antebellum grandeur in a riveting tour of the South's Largest Plantation Home. Featuring newly-renovated guest rooms, fine cuisine and wines in the new Mansion Restaurant and beautiful gardens."


Oak Alley Plantation - Attraction - 3645 Hwy. 18, River Road, Vacherie, LA, 70090, USA

Oak Alley Plantation

3645 Louisiana 18

"Oak Alley Plantation is a historic plantation located on the Mississippi River in the community of Vacherie, Louisiana. Its historical purpose was as an antebellum sugar cane plantation but it now hosts daily tours and acts as a bed and breakfast. It is named after its distinguishing feature, an alley or canopied path created by a double row of live oaks about 800 feetlong, which was planted in the early 18th century, long before the present house was built. The alley leads towards the Mississippi River."


Royal Sonesta Hotel - Begue's - Attraction - 300 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Royal Street

413 Royal St
New Orleans, LA 70130

"Royal Street is an eye-pleasing mix of classy antique shops and boutiques, fine jewelry stores, colorful art galleries and people watching."


San Francisco Plantation - Attraction - 2646 Louisiana 44, Reserve, Louisiana, United States

San Francisco Plantation

2646 Louisiana 44
Reserve, Louisiana, United States

"San Francisco Plantation House, the most oppulent plantation house in North America, is located on the east bank of the Mississippi River less than 40 minutes from New Orleans, Louisiana. It is a galleried house of the Creole open suite style, nestled under centuries old Live Oaks and contains one of the finest antique collections in the country. This Louisiana Plantation is a National Historic Landmark and is open daily for tours."


St. Charles Streetcar - Attraction - Canal St & Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA 70112, New Orleans, Louisiana, US

St. Charles Streetcar Line

Carondelet St at Canal

"One of the best ways to see the city! Swaying along St. Charles Avenue through a tunnel Live Oaks, the streetcar passes dozens of antebellum mansions, historic monuments, Loyola and Tulane universities, the sweeping grounds of the Audubon Zoological Gardens, shopping centers, fine restaurants and hotels."


St. Charles Avenue - Attraction - 1300 St Louis St, New Orleans, LA, 70112

St. Louis Cemetery #1

1300 Saint Louis Street
New Orleans, LA

"The oldest and most famous cemetery in the city. It was opened in 1789 and is home to many famous residents, including Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau."


The Cabildo - Attraction - 701 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

The Cabildo - Louisiana State Museum

751 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA

"The Cabildo is one of the most historically significant buildings in America. Built between 1795 and 1799 to replace a structure that burned in the 1794 fire, the Cabildo served as the seat of government in New Orleans during the Spanish colonial period. Located on Jackson Square in the historic French Quarter, next to the St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo continues to showcase the rich and colorful history of New Orleans and Louisiana. Cross currents of many cultures, ethnic groups, and nationalities have given the city a cosmopolitan flavor found nowhere else in the Deep South. This unique blend of cultures is reflected in the Cabildo’s permanent and rotating exhibits, which incorporate the personal perspectives of everyone from history book characters to ordinary inhabitants."


Woldenberg Riverfront Park - Attraction - 1 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Woldenberg Riverfront Park

1 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA, United States

"Bike, walk, jog or just sit back and relax next to the mighty Mississippi at beautiful Woldenberg Park. Enjoy the ships floating by on the river, or the interesting sculptures that dot the landscape near the docks. Plenty of grass for picnicking and ample benches make perfect spots for a quick rest after a jaunt around the French Quarter."


Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar - Bars - 941 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA, 70116, US

Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop

941 Bourbon Street
New Orleans, LA

"Built between 1722 and 1732 this is one of the oldest bars in the French Quarter."


Maple Leaf Bar - Bars - 8316 Oak Street, New Orleans, LA

Maple Leaf Bar

8316 Oak Street
New Orleans, LA

"A great uptown bar with nightly live music."


Old Point Bar - Bars - 545 Patterson Drive, New Orleans, LA

Old Point Bar

545 Patterson Drive
New Orleans, LA

"The Old Point Bar is located in historic Algiers Point, New Orleans just minutes from the French Quarter by ferry. A great place to grab a drink and experience some true West Bank hospitality."


Pat O'Brien's Bar - Bars - 718 Saint Peter St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Pat O'Brien's Bar

718 Saint Peter Street
New Orleans, LA

"Known to locals as Pat O's this french quarter bar features several bars as well as a large outdoor courtyard in the rear with iron tables and white and green clad cocktail servers. The bar is home to the original Flaming fountain (located in the courtyard) and Pat O's Hurricane cocktail. Additionally, they have a large Piano bar featuring twin copper-covered "dueling" pianos where local entertainers take requests to the delight of what is often a raucous audience. This dueling piano bar is generally accepted as the first of its kind."


Cajun Encounters Swamp Tours - Tours - 301 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Cajun Encounters Swamp Tours

901 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA

"Using smaller, 24 passenger covered and uncovered boats, (never airboats), we are able to get you closer to wildlife and give you a chance to not only see and smell the swamp, but touch the flora and fauna around you. Get a closer, more intimate feel of your surroundings, being able to see alligators, raccoons, owls, wild boars, nutria, snakes, turtles, bald eagles, black bears, and many birds just feet away! Feel safe knowing that you are guided by the best in the business. Generations-long New Orleanians, most having lived off of the water all of their lives, and many with field degrees. See an authentic Cajun village, only accessible by boat!"


Garden District Tour - Tours - 2727 Prytania St, New Orleans, LA, United States

Garden District Tour

2727 Prytania St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 947-2120

"Explore one of the world's most dazzling residential neighborhoods with knowledgeable and entertaining guides. Experience the architectural splendor of the live oak-tree lined "American" sector of town and examine the antebellum era "Creole vs. American" conflict. Highlights include the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar; the homes of Anne Rice, Trent Reznor, Archie and Peyton Manning; Nicolas Cage, John Goodman, and Jesse James & Sandra Bullock; the cornstalk fence; and death site of Jefferson Davis; and film site of Brad Pitt's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.""


Haunted History Tours - Tours - 723 St Peter Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Ghost Tour

723 St Peter Street
New Orleans, LA

"Sounds cheesy, but these tours are seriously awesome! Explore the grim and ghastly deeds of the old French Quarter. Secret and sinister, most of these events occurred a very long time ago. Yes! Ghosts and Spirits still haunt the legendary Vieux Carre. Phantoms & Ghosts abound! Escape into the past as the offbeat, theatrical New Orleans tour guides provide you with an eerie, chilling yet fun-filled adventure! You'll visit sights of documented hauntings, Ghosts, Spirits and see the French Quarter residences in which unbelievable events took place. You'll even visit a haunted bar along the way of this New Orleans Ghost Tour!"


Steamboat Natchez - Tours - 1 Toulouse St., New Orleans, LA, 70130, United States

Steamboat Natchez

400 St Peter St #203
New Orleans, Louisiana
(800) 365-2628

"Take a two-hour cruise along the Mississippi River and experience New Orleans beauty and French Quarter romance. Enjoy jazz music and regional food."