30th birthday

Sep 27, 2013 - Sep 30, 2013

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    • Bourbon StreetBourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
      Pro 2014
      D'Maris Coffman recommended Bourbon Street
      Not quite as much of a red light district as it once was, this has the best nightlife in NOLA even still.
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    • Spotted Cat Music Club623 Frenchmen Street, New Orleans, LA
      Connie Pistilli recommended Spotted Cat Music Club
      Frenchmen Street is the place to go for amazing live jazz in New Orleans. And The Spotted Cat has it all: no cover, amazing live jazz, good & cheap drinks, friendly bartenders & doormen, they're cool ... read more
      with outside booze AND a piano in the womens bathroom. Really, it can't get better than that.
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    • Jacques-Imo's Cafe8324 Oak St, New Orleans, LA 70118
      Craig Weichmann recommended Jacques-Imo's Cafe
      This place is simply put, amazing! I fully encourage anyone traveling to NoLa to go.
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      Craig Weichmann

      you have to check this place out

    • Trolley Stop Cafe1923 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA
      Matthew Crompton recommended Trolley Stop Cafe
      Something of a New Orleans institution, the Trolley Stop Cafe along the streetcar line on St. Charles has excellent diner-type food, and is a go-to place for tourists and locals alike looking for ... read more
      inexpensive eats on the way to or from the Quarter. I'm a particularly big fan of their breakfast menu.
      Recommended for:Foodies
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      Matthew Crompton

      The city's best hangover breakfast.

    • St. Charles StreetcarNew Orleans, LA
      Matthew Crompton recommended St. Charles Streetcar
      The streetcar line running from Canal Street out through the wedding-cake houses of the Garden District (and the universities of Tulane and Loyola) is a classic slice of New Orleans. The old-timey ... read more
      carriages rattle along at a slow pace which is perfect for sightseeing, and also make a fine means of transport into the city center if you're staying somewhere outside of the Quarter.
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      Matthew Crompton

      Definitely ride the streetcar up St. Charles thru the Garden District -- classic NOLA.

    • Acme Oyster House724 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA 70130
      Matthew Crompton recommended Acme Oyster House
      Do you want to eat awesome NOLA-style seafood (peel-and-eat shrimp, po-boys, and tons and tons of fresh-shucked oysters) while drinking an Abita beer (I prefer Turbodog) and sweating deliciously in ... read more
      the heat? This Quarter institution may well be your place then. It's a place I always visit at least once when I'm in town.
      Recommended for:FoodiesLocal Culture
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      Matthew Crompton

      Eat a po'boy washed down with Abita here. =)

    • Pro 2014
      Sara Benson recommended Maple Leaf Bar
      A classic for live shows in N'awlins, the Maple Leaf looks and feels like it has been around for decades. A barn-sized venue, when local funk brass bands like Rebirth play, the whole place shakes with ... read more
      the sound of the tuba, the crowd singling along, beer glasses clinking and everybody's feet tapping. Not too far a walk from the streetcar line, but definitely away from the city's touristy areas.
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      Sara Benson

      Catch a live music show - that's a quintessential NOLA experience.

    • Le Richelieu In the French Quarter1234 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70116

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