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Whether you’re a foodie looking forward to trying the best of New Orleans cuisine or a football fan hoping to experience a Saints game, autumn in the Crescent City is non-stop fun.
Lower prices on airfare and hotel stays, fewer crowds, and easy access to attractions and activities all make New Orleans the ideal destination for a midweek visit.
From beignets at Café du Monde to cruising on the Mississippi River, here’s everything a first-time visitor must do in New Orleans.
Say goodbye to summer with a meal at a fast-casual restaurant and a seasonal treat. Here’s where we’re eating this September.
Arepas, pupusas, and authentic cuisine - dive into New Orleans’ Hispanic heritage with a meal at a Hispanic-owned restaurant.
From tapas and pizza by the slice to upscale Italian and a neighborhood seafood joint, here are our favorite new places to try in NOLA.
In a city known for its culinary history, it’s unsurprising that there’s a thriving coffee culture here as well. Check out our roundup of coffee shops by neighborhood here.
The start of fall and football season means it’s time for a visit to one of our local breweries, tap rooms, or beer labs.
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