Reveillon (REH-vee-on). A Creole tradition from the mid-1800s, dozens of New Orleans' finest restaurants serve up decadent four-course holiday feasts with all the trimmings through the month of December.
If you are traveling solo to New Orleans during Thanksgiving and want to eat a traditional Holiday meal at a solo friendly restaurant, here is my list of the 11 Best Restaurants in New Orleans for a memorable Thanksgiving meal.
Be smart, be aware, and be safe when traveling alone in New Orleans. If solo travelers do these things and follow the safety tips we've detailed for you, solo female travel in New Orleans should be a piece of cake.
Don’t miss one of the best New Orleans free festivals, the Fried Chicken Fest, when you are considering traveling to the Crescent City. Celebrity chefs, famous musicians, lots of delicious fried chicken and more awaits the lucky solo traveler who makes it a point not to miss this fun festival in the Big Easy.
A day in New Orleans is not nearly enough, but if you're here traveling solo for a layover or just passing through, 24 hours is enough time to see, eat, and dance your way through key things to do in the Crescent City. Here is Astrid Solo Travel Advisor's guide for a day trip to the Big Easy.
One of the South's most recognized thoroughfares, Magazine Street street is a six-mile journey filled with nearly every type of shop, restaurant and bar imaginable. If you’re looking for things to do on your next solo trip to New Orleans, check out this list of our favorite stops on the iconic Magazine Street.
In a city filled with James Beard winners and classic culinary institutes, a solo traveler might not think that New Orleans had any more room for new, exciting restaurants. Think again! Here is our list of the 5 trendiest new eateries in the Crescent City. Yum!
Get ready for a good, old fashioned New Orleans block party! Sponsored by Whitey Bank, Whitney White Linen Night is a chance for the Warehouse District, which has distinguished itself as being New Orleans's art epicenter, to show off NOLA’s thriving art scene.
We all need to eat, but some people love the food experience more than others. Foodies have a particular interest in what they eat and seek out unique dishes and experiences no matter where they are traveling. Here are three American food meccas that will satisfy anyone traveler - solo or not - looking for interesting food adventures.
During the month of August, experience cuisine that delights your palate and is an integral part of the history and culture of New Orleans. This annual culinary tradition features specially priced prix-fixe lunch, dinner and brunch menus, all at an incredibly affordable price!