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No trip to the Big Easy is complete without sinking your teeth into a classic Muffaletta sandwhich at the Cochon Butcher. Locals also hail their Duck Pastrami Sliders and Pancetta Mac & Cheese as instant classics.
Stop by this Bourbon Street mainstay to indulge in the original 'Hurricane' and experience the best dueling piano bar in the city.
The French Quarter begins when you step into the lobby at the Hotel Monteleone. Make sure to stop by the Carousel Piano Bar to have a drink at the only revolving bar in Louisiana.
Smack dab between the Mississippi River and St. Charles Avenue, Audubon Park is New Orleans hidden gem filled with huge live oak trees and wondering lagoons.
Get lost in all 6 blocks of Nola's famous French Market that brings locals a unique mix of shops, restaurants, farmers market, and flea market.
Balcony Music Club
Located between Bourbon Street and Frenchman lies this local favorite, which pours blues, jazz and funk music out onto the streets 7 days a week.
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Mardi Gras' history dates back to 1703 where it originated in Mobile, AL then slowly made its way to New Orleans.