So drinking is not really an option for me. But I have never been here before and have the opportunity to come on my husbands business trip and can't wait to visit.
but I would love to know where you can great bloody mary as they are my favorite and I have been craving those lately.
I am going to for two nights and three days. And am staying in the French Quarter.
here is what I am thinking. We arrive for lunch on Monday so I thought about sticking in the French Quarter for lunch and dinner and check out Jackson square, the farmers market, and the walk along the river. Bourbon Street later on.....Any suggestions on where to eat. I wanted to go to Parkway for a Roast Beef Po Boy but looks like it is far from the French Quarter and it is closed on Tuesday. So tell me where to have lunch and dinner there - I had a suggestion of Acme and POC. I can get a great burger anywhere so I don't think POC is where I will be going and I want to try Creole/Cajun food. I thought I would end the night at Three Muses to hear some great music and a cool bar. Can I do that in the French Quarter?
ON Tuesday. Eat breakfast at Cafe du Monde. Head out of the quarter and take a ride on the Street car. to the Garden District and check out a cemetery(any other suggestions). Will I be close to Willie Mae's - where should I go for lunch in that direction.
I made reservations for MiLA on Tuesday night but am second guessing my decision. Herbsaint was my other thought. Where should I go for dinner. I figure Monday night I hope to get recommendations for typical New Orleans must see restaurant. But on Tuesday I want to go where the locals are eating a nice dinner out.
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