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New Orleans Offical Guide From world-famous restaurants to hidden music clubs, New Orleans has something to discover at every turn. Follow your instincts, your rhythm, your flavor and fun to discover the heart, soul and spirit of the city.

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New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau The night never has to end in New Orleans since bars and clubs are not required to close. In fact, many say the city is at its best under the glow of a French Quarter street lamp. For more things to do, click here.


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The Ghosts of New Orleans Tour New Orleans Ghost Tours takes you to the most haunted areas in all of New Orleans’ French Quarter. As you walk among the streets, filled with grim tales of New Orleans past, you yourself will also start to believe that New Orleans is the most haunted city in America.

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Magazine Street
—one of New Orleans’ premier shopping and entertainment districts—is an unparalleled collection of neighborhoods with a diverse array of businesses, shops, restaurants and hot spots. It’s where people live, work, play and enjoy the good life that New Orleans has to offer. In short…it’s the place to be in New Orleans.

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The National WWII Museum
The National WWII Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.

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Riverwalk New Orleans The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk – the nation’s first upscale outlet center in a downtown setting – is proud to open in the heart of New Orleans. Featuring over 75 retailers and restaurants on the bank of the majestic Mississippi River, The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk offers shoppers and diners an experience like no other.

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Broadway in New Orleans
The city's crown jewel of the theatrical arts performing season is the Broadway in New Orleans series that typically brings around six touring Broadway musicals to the city each season.


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Audubon Nature Institute A unique family of parks and museums dedicated to nature, the Audubon Nature Institute provides an incredible collection of wondrous attractions.

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Save Our Cemeteries Dedicated to the preservation of the 31 historic cemeteries of New Orleans, Save Our Cemeteries offers regular cemetery tours, lectures and programming for members and the general public, and does restoration of abandoned tombs.

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Grey Line Garden District & Mansion Tour Enjoy a walk through New Orleans’ elegant Garden District and visit the “American” section of town that was built to rival the architectural splendor of the Creoles’ French Quarter. This historic district is known for its marvelous examples of Greek Revival and Italianate architecture. The homes of former Kings and Queens of Mardi Gras are located here, as well as the home of the premier family of football - the Mannings - where Archie lives and Peyton and Eli grew up. You'll also see the former residence of celebrated author Anne Rice, as well as the house where Jefferson Davis died in 1889; and Toby’s Corner, the oldest house in the area (built in 1838). You can also visit Lafayette Cemetery, one of our Cities of the Dead, and learn about our unusual above-ground burial system.


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Royal Carriages Since the birth of New Orleans in 1718, guests have toured the city by carriage. It's the proper way to see the French Quarter and the most authentic view of the city. For generations, our family has been passionate about providing the best tours around and it's this commitment that has made Royal Carriages the oldest commercial carriage operator in the United States.

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French Market Similar to some European markets, this historically charming open-air market features shopping, dining, music and local tradition that is uniquely New Orleans. From Café du Monde near Jackson Square to the flea market at the end of Esplanade Avenue, the French Market includes five blocks of local produce, specialty art, handmade crafts, retail shopping and more.

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Cafe Du Monde The Original Café Du Monde is a traditional coffee shop. Its menu consists of dark roasted Coffee and Chicory, Beignets, White and Chocolate Milk, and fresh squeezed Orange Juice.

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Palace Cafe
This classic New Orleans restaurant, located at the foot of the French Quarter, serves contemporary Creole food in an upbeat and lively grand café. As bearers of the torch keeping Creole cuisine alive and vital, Dickie Brennan and Palace Café's culinary team are constantly evolving traditional Creole dishes and creating a few new favorites. The restaurant, housed in the historic Werlein's music building, has won a number of local and national awards since it opened in 1991 including: Best New Restaurant from Esquire Magazine and USA Today, the prestigious Ivy Award from Restaurants and Institutions Magazine, and Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence. Palace Café is owned and operated by Dickie Brennan, Steve Pettus and Lauren Brennan Brower.

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Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse For nearly 60 years, the Brennan family has been perfecting the art of beef preparation in their family restaurants. That's why at Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse we grill our chops, sear our strips, oven-roast our prime rib and broil our filets. The same level of attention extends to the service. In Dickie Brennan's own words, "We're not here for today, we're here for 50 years down the road." Guests are treated to a grand dining experience, with all the hospitality for which New Orleans is noted. Because of this, discerning locals as well as national publications have taken notice. Accolades include Travel+Leisure's Best Steakhouses in the U.S., The Daily Meal's America's 20 Best Steakhouses, Maxim Magazine's 10 Best Steakhouses in America and Playboy's Top 12 Steakhouses in America lists. We have also been featured in the Wall Street Journal and have repeatedly received Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence.

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Bourbon House Dickie Brennan's Bourbon House is all about local seafood. If it's not in season, you won't find it on the menu. Enjoy authentic New Orleans dishes at New Orleans' premier oyster bar and seafood restaurant. Bourbon House boasts a lively atmosphere with huge picture windows overlooking Bourbon Street. The dining rooms of this famous French Quarter restaurant are indicative of New Orleans' European heritage, with handcrafted wrought iron and custom millwork. And Bourbon House is also more than just a name-the restaurant offers New Orleans' most extensive and impressive selection of small batch and single barrel bourbons, a delicious Frozen Bourbon Milk Punch, and the one and only New Orleans Bourbon Society.

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Tableau Located on picturesque Jackson Square at Le Petit Theatre, Tableau is Dickie Brennan's newest restaurant. The menu showcases regional ingredients and classic French Creole dishes with a unique twist. The cuisine is sophisticated, yet true to tradition, with great depth of flavor. Guests enjoy a front row seat to the culinary action beside the open kitchen in the restaurant's main dining room. A grand staircase spans three stories of the restaurant, connecting private dining rooms, balcony dining with a view of Jackson Square and courtyard seating, for an authentic New Orleans dining experience. Tableau is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and for brass band brunch on weekends. Tableau and Le Petit Theatre share the courtyard, lobby and restroom facilities on performance nights, and pre-theatre menus are available to complete an evening of entertainment.

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Pat O'Briens
Our world-famous establishment has six exciting areas for you to "Have Fun!" Take a tour of the place and see for yourself what makes us a truly unique entertainment venue.

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Emeril's New Orleans Emeril’s Restaurant is chef/restaurateur Emeril Lagasse’s famed flagship restaurant housed in a renovated pharmacy warehouse in New Orleans’ Warehouse District. Since opening in 1990, Emeril’s has been a definitive force in contemporary New Orleans cuisine and has earned rave reviews and accolades for nearly 25 years, including Esquire magazine’s “Restaurant of the Year” and Wine Spectator’s “Grand Award” for 14 consecutive years.