Parade through the streets at Southern Decadence, enjoy the cooler weather with outdoor activities, and eat all the tacos you can during Hispanic Heritage Month.
The event celebrates the always bold and barrier-breaking women of NOLA – who stormed the famous Sazerac Bar decades ago – with an annual luncheon and recreation of the “Stormin’ of the Sazerac.”
Looking for a Halloween tradition that will petrify you? Don’t miss the city’s most popular self-guided, dark attraction. We’re talking about one of NOLA’s well-known haunted houses, “The Mortuary.” This blood-curdling spectacle opened its doors in 2007 and has been scaring locals and tourists ever since. This year it opens on September 24!
At this incredible event, confirmed for Saturday, September 24, you’ll be able to enjoy the offerings of different beignet vendors. NOLA has some of the best beignets in the world, and this festival will prove it.
September marks National Bourbon Heritage Month, and many local restaurants and bars celebrate this month with specialty menus, cocktails, and pricing.
Here are 5 of our favorite sports bars in NOLA for catching every game, no matter what sport it may be:
- Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux
- Cooter Brown’s Tavern & Oyster Bar
- Bruno’s Tavern
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