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.
Back again this year, with a bigger and better venue, the Fried Chicken Festival sponsored by Raising Cane's is a free outdoor festival that brings food, music, family and festivities together in celebration of the classic Southern dish!
24 hours in New Orleans is not nearly enough, but if you're here for a layover or just passing through, a day is plenty to see, eat, and dance your way through New Orleans. Here is Astrid Solo Travel Advisor's guide for a quick trip to the Crescent City:
Atlanta may be known for its busy airport and commercial headquarters, but there's much more to it. Young people have made their way back to Atlanta in recent years and with them came creativity and innovation.
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.
You've heard of the Garden District, with its rows of antebellum mansions, pristine gardens and southern charm. You've heard of the French Quarter, New Orleans's oldest and most popular neighborhood. But have you heard of Algiers Point, the best kept secret in New Orleans and its second oldest neighborhood?