In a city revered for both its cocktail history and modern cocktail scene, the sazerac just might be the most famous drink to come out of New Orleans. (Take…
Plan your trip to New Orleans
The French Quarter is, of course, the most renowned area. But there's more.
Spectacles of fun filled with wigs, crazy hats and costumes.
From traditional tourist destinations to oddball spots that will leave a mark.
All these beautiful destinations are within a three-hour radius from the city.
Where to eat and drink in New Orleans
Indulge in the Creole classics that the city and the region are renowned for.
Expect a flouting of national norms, an embrace of to-go drinks and non-stop partying.
The city is known for its devotion to Creole food, but no two dishes are created alike.
As the undisputed frying capital of the world, this Louisiana town really knows how to deliver.