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New Orleans – Eat. Drink. Party.

A place or city is more than just a location on map. Every city encompasses  its unique flavor. For travel, you always want to visit cities that are distinctive in terms of their culture, architecture, historic influences, etc. New Orleans in... Co...
by thevagabondwayfarer on Dec 11, 2015

The Inside Take on Snake and Jake’s Christmas Club Lounge, One of the Favorite New Orleans Dive Bars – Video

I live in uptown, in the Maple Street area to be exact, and this is one of New Orleans dive bars just a few minute walk from my house. Snake and Jake’s is without a doubt the very definition of a dive bar. It’s in a garage right there...
by Notes On New Orleans on Dec 16, 2014

What Would You Do If you Only Had 48 Hours In New Orleans?

New Orleans is blessed with a culture all it’s own. Anyone who’s visited here knows that. Here’s a video that originally appeared on the AOL travel website that lays it all our for you in 9 minutes what to do if you only had 48 hour...
by Notes On New Orleans on Jun 29, 2014

Roamancing New Orleans with Jacqueline Swartz: The French Quarter

It’s not just Carnival and Dixieland Jazz, although there are reminders of both everywhere you turn. In New Orleans there are bands on the street, in the park, and in so many clubs. Bars seem to be everywhere. Mardi Gras is perhaps the most importa...
by Roamancing on Nov 16, 2013

Roamancing New Orleans with Jacqueline Swartz: The French Quarter

It’s not just Carnival and Dixieland Jazz, although there are reminders of both everywhere you turn. In New Orleans there are bands on the street, in the park, and in so many clubs. Bars seem to be everywhere. Mardi Gras is perhaps the most importa...
by Roamancing on Nov 16, 2013

New Orleans Food: The Case for the Cause of New Orleans Coffee

Did you know that 40 percent of America’s coffee is roasted right here in New Orleans? Yep, we are the other coffee capital besides Seattle. Here’s an interesting article about the origins of our favorite beverage along with how the ingen...
by Notes On New Orleans on Oct 24, 2012

Meanwhile Back at Cafe Du Monde – Tales of New Orleans Food – Review

When it comes to New Orleans food, each person here I think has their own story to tell when it comes to an event, or family situation, something really sticks in the mind. A few years ago Peggy Sweeney-McDonald got the idea to put together a perform...
by Notes On New Orleans on Aug 19, 2012

Meanwhile Back at Cafe Du Monde – Tales of New Orleans Food – Review

When it comes to New Orleans food, each person here I think has their own story to tell when it comes to an event, or family situation, something really sticks in the mind. A few years ago Peggy Sweeney-McDonald got the idea to put a performance play...
by Notes On New Orleans on Aug 19, 2012

The Time I Fell in the Street in NOLA…

Can I just say that the last few days have been the craziest yet most awesome time I’ve had recently? Not thatRead the Rest...
by The Style and Beauty Doctor on Jul 10, 2012

New Orleans Music – Live at Cafe DuMonde in the French Quarter

New Orleans music is everywhere. Who’s got their own spot right there in front of Cafe Du Monde, the popular tourist attraction in the French Quarter?  Why it’s trumpeter Hack Batholomew, that’s who. Yep, I’ve been eating my...
by Notes On New Orleans on Mar 30, 2012

New Orleans Music – Live at Cafe DuMonde in the French Quarter

New Orleans music is everywhere. Who’s got their own spot right there in front of Cafe Du Monde, the popular tourist attraction in the French Quarter?  Why it’s trumpeter Hack Batholomew, that’s who. Yep, I’ve been eating my...
by Notes On New Orleans on Mar 30, 2012


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