Maybe I was just caught up in the splendor of Bourbon Street, but this place was absolutely delicious. It was really expensive, though. It's the kind of place you will remember because of the incredible meal and the price you paid to enjoy it.
Plan your trip to these cemeteries carefully! Because they are real cemeteries and not just tourist traps, they don't maintain normal business hours. We searched for several and didn't get to enter any of them because they were already closed. Do this tour as a day trip, and make your way...more
I'm not sure what they put in their hand grenades, but I'm pretty sure it has a lot of alcohol and maybe a little bit of crazy. Because that's what that bar was: crazy. I could see people really get out of hand there because of the lights, the noise, and the copious amounts of booze. I had...more
This was my first stop once I reached the French Quarter district, and I dove right in with the touristy stuff: a Hurricane and raw oysters. Because, you know, why not? Our server was just as sweet and entertaining as could be, the oysters were fresh and huge, and the drink was incredibly strong....more
This place felt like it'd been in business for over a hundred years. And for all I know, it very well may have. It's very small, usually crowded, and there was a significant wait to get served. But other than that it was a nice little place to relax before diving into the streets of the French...more