Reveillon (REH-vee-on). A Creole tradition from the mid-1800s is not to be missed by the solo traveler who is visiting New Orleans during the Holiday Season. Dozens of the city’s finest restaurants serve up decadent four-course holiday feasts with all the trimmings for affordable prices.
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Reveillon (REH-vee-on) is a Creole tradition from the mid-1800s that is still celebrated in New Orleans today. If you are visiting the city during the month of December, you can have the chance to experience a decadent four-course holiday feast from some of New Orleans' finest restaurants! Here are our top picks!
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