Ready to celebrate three days of funk and get a glimpse at a future museum? Let's take a closer look at what Nola Funk Fest has to offer.
The two-day 2023 Fried Chicken Festival, showcases many variations of the bird from more than 50 local vendors.
Eleven days of music, comedy, DJ nights, burlesque, and even jazz yoga, with over 300 shows spread over the astonishing 48 indoor and outdoor venues, plus a huge cast of local artists - that's NOLAxNOLA. In its third year, it just gets more and more impressive. For New Orleans, that's saying something.
Still going strong after more than two decades, the race draws in thousands of men and women aged 21 and older, who take to the French Quarter to showcase the color red in all of its glory (and let’s be honest, sometimes lack thereof).
Nowhere is it easier to remember that the Vieux Carre is a living, breathing neighborhood than on Burgundy Street. Unlike Bourbon Street, with its daiquiri bars and strip clubs, or Royal Street, with its antiques shops and boutiques, Burgundy Street is lined with the down-home essentials that make the French Quarter livable. From parks to bars, Burgundy Street is the place to go if you want to live like a local. Here are a few favorite neighborhood hangs.
A stroll down Dauphine Street will make you feel like royalty. That’s thanks in part to the standout restaurants that line the elegant (and, yes, regal) corridor. But Dauphine Street is also host to attractions that range from humble to down-out weird. Here are just a few top spots on Dauphine Street.