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New Orleans: 'Court of Two Sisters' Jazz Brunch Buffet

1. New Orleans: 'Court of Two Sisters' Jazz Brunch Buffet

Experience a variety of music and gastronomy offerings at New Orleans' renowned 'Court of Two Sisters' restaurant. Enjoy the daily performances of the talented jazz band whilst relishing the delectable southern fare with this brunch buffet that includes a mimosa. Enjoy the city’s largest courtyard while having an incredible meal with this buffet that offers guaranteed seating. Tuck into classics from 9 am-11:30 am like scrambled eggs, hash browns, and andouille sausage and bacon. Make your morning right with dishes like glazed ham, grits and grillades, eggs benedict, biscuits, and a create your own omelets bar. Treat yourself to New Orleans favorites like chicken and sausage gumbo, red beans and rice, turtle soup au sherry, and Corn macque choux (a Cajun dish).  Pile your plate up with sides like garlic mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, creamed spinach. Cool off with the salad bar that is stocked with items like cold boiled shrimp, pasta salads, potato salad, mixed greens with toppings, chicken and tuna salad, fresh fruits, and assorted cheeses. Savor lunch dishes after 11:30 like carved ribeye, pasta primavera, shrimp pasta, shrimp etouffee (stew), and duck a l'orange. Finish off with something sweet like bananas foster (ice cream and stewed bananas), bread pudding with whiskey sauce, brownies, pecan pie, assorted cakes, and ice cream.

New Orleans: Creeps and Freaks Pub Crawl

2. New Orleans: Creeps and Freaks Pub Crawl

Uncover spine-chilling stories from New Orleans' facinating past on this guided walking tour. Hear about everything from vampire legends to deadly criminals as you stop at locations like the Old Absinthe House, The Court of Two Sisters, and Evangeline. Meet your guide at the Napoleon House and listen to the tale of the vampiric John and Wayne Carter. Uncover the history of the Casket Girls as you stop at the upscale French restaurant Justine.  Continue to the Old Absinthe House to hear about the Madame LaLaurie. Dive into the grisly as your guide shares with you the story of the Museum of Death and the strange tale of May Bailey’s Place, a bordello at the Dauphine New Orleans Hotel. Feel the thrill of hearing about the Sultan's Palace Massacre where it is said to have occurred. Finally, discover the tale of the axman at The Court of Two Sisters.

New Orleans: Literary History Pub Crawl

3. New Orleans: Literary History Pub Crawl

Join on a guided pub crawl in New Orleans and discover what made this city so appealing to authors. Learn about the literary legends that called the Big Easy home, sip on iconic writers' favorite cocktails, and dive deep into the city's history. It's no secret that New Orleans likes to drink, but where you choose to drink is just as important as what you choose to drink. A city steeped in history, it's likely that any bar you visit has a fascinating story to tell, with some even more fascinating characters having passed through here. Meet your guide and set out to discover some of the pubs and bars frequented by famous authors. Sample some of the best drinks the Big Easy has to offer while listening to stories about William Faulkner, Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, and many others. Visit Hotel Monteleone, a location so steeped in literary history it has been deemed a national literary landmark. Other stops on your tour include the Crescent City Brewhouse, the Faulkner House Bookstore, Pat O’Brien’s, the Court of Two Sisters, and more. 

New Orleans: Pub Crawl & Historical Chronicles Walking Tour

4. New Orleans: Pub Crawl & Historical Chronicles Walking Tour

Let your guide paint a picture of the past on this walking tour of New Orleans. Hear tales as have some drinks at historic establishments like Tujague's restaurant, the Olde Absinthe House, and the Court of Two Sisters.  Meet your guide at Tujague's restaurant which was founded in 1856 and serves delicious Creole cuisine and cocktails. Buy a drink and listen as your guide regales you with stories about civilians, high society figures, saints, and sinners. Head past the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum which was once an apothecary and now exhibits antique medical gadgets, medicine, and primitive tinctures. Continue to the Olde Absinthe House, a historic saloon where you can purchase absinthe cocktails in the French Quarter.  Stroll to the legendary Court of Two Sisters which boasts the most stunning courtyard in New Orleans. Enjoy the thrill of going through the charmed gate and making a wish in the Devil’s Wishing Well. Make your way to Pirate's Alley Café in the the historic Pirate's Alley.  Finally, finish your tour at the Lafitte Hotel and Bar which has been standing since 1849 when it was a private residence. Peruse their menu of expertly-crafted cocktails.

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