New Orleans has endured more tragedy than any American city post-9/11, yet it still celebrates with unparalleled verve and flair. Here we’ve compiled original stories, written by locals, on the best restaurants right this moment, the most authentic music venues, the finest places for cocktails and dance parties and life-affirming sandwiches.
And you’ll find all the most important places linked up on a map, so you can plot the steps of your perfect New Orleans weekend, just by looking at your phone.
Abstract knows that one of the most important moments of any event is when your guest first sees your venue decorated to perfection.
Whether it be a wedding, gala, grand opening, corporate meeting, Mardi Gras ball there is no job we can’t handle!
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Naturally, it’s only responsible for visitors and residents to oblige. And don’t leave town without tackling a muffuletta, that symphony in meats, cheese, and vinegar on a roll the size of your head.
New Orleans' food continually gets better and more creative, even when we’re talking about such staples as lobster rolls and pizza.
Located on five acres adjacent to the New Orleans Museum of Art is one of the best outdoor displays of fine sculpture the city (and the region, and the country, and the world) has to offer, perfect for leisurely, romantic meandering.
So if you want to be all classy and save your ducats for Mid-City drinks afterwards, this is a great bet. For all the artsy-fartsiness your sweetheart might desire, there are movie screenings and live music right there on the beautiful museum grounds.