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Boudin, Bourbon & Beer
Boudin, Bourbon & Beer
Boudin, Bourbon & Beer
Creole Tomato Fest 2016
Creole Tomato Fest 2016
Creole Tomato Fest 2016

Food & Drink Festivals

New Orleans shares its passion for food and drink with a series of festivals where anyone can sample, sip or savor the city’s best-tasting offerings throughout the year. Po-boys, Creole tomatoes, oysters, craft beers – whatever you’re hungering for, chances are the city’s got a celebration wrapped around it. Whet your appetite and take a look at our offerings:

Food & Drink Festivals Not to Miss
  • Thousands of wine and food lovers gather each spring in New Orleans for one of the city's most extravagant rites of passage, the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience. The event spotlights the city's...
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  • What is known in some parts of the country as a "submarine sandwich" and in other parts as a "hoagie," is called a "po-boy" in New Orleans. And, like many other uniquely New Orleans and Louisiana...
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  • Music fills the air while festival attendees agonize over what seafood dish to savor as Louisiana’s incredible seafood history is celebrated with the Louisiana Seafood Festival. It’s three days of...
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  • Crispy, extra crispy, double dipped, spicy, mild, extra spicy -- fried chicken is served a lot of ways in a lot of wonderful places in New Orleans. It’s a staple on many a menu. So come sample some of...
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  • In a city well known for its music and its food, the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival combines the best of two specific genres. The free festival heats up the heart of New Orleans' Central Business...
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  • Regional American food from chowder to chili, tacos to grilled burgers and fried chicken is revered at FoodFest, held annually at Spanish Plaza in March. FoodFest is a weekend celebration of hometown...
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  • Legend has it that the first true cocktail, the Sazerac, was mixed in New Orleans in the early 19th century by a pharmacist named Antoine Amadee Peychaud. When Monsieur Peychaud poured the mixture of...
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  • Celebrating the long heritage of what is known as the oldest neighborhood of free African Americans in the United States, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation will host the ninth annual Tremé...
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  • June in New Orleans means the arrival of Creole tomato dishes on local restaurant menus, in farmers markets and at roadside stands. Typically the crop arrives in early June, which is why the French...
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  • As the nation's premiere fundraiser for children with pediatric brain cancer, Hogs for the Cause brings together some of New Orleans' top musicians and BBQ chefs for a weekend of pork, beer, and live...
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  • Boudin, Bourbon and Beer is one of the most mouthwatering food and beverage festivals in New Orleans. Created by famous Chef Emeril Lagasse, this one-day event is usually held at Champions Square,...
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