New Orleans is known for being one the most party-friendly cities in the world.
It was named one the top 20 bars worldwide. You’ll see why as soon as you step in the door.
It’s now a museum that displays a wide range of medical advances and strange superstitious remedies.
Although a cemetery may not be on my list of must-sees in the usual way, cemeteries here are exceptional.
Cafe du Monde, one of the most popular spots in the city, is known for its cafe au leit and beignets (a deep-fried fritter-like pastry).
Follow the Mardi gras parade route alongside the stately mansion and quaint collages, and then walk along Lafayette Cemetery.
This has been the place to go for Creole delights, world-class jazz and since 1880. They’ve been drawing foodies for more than 100 years.
You’ll find Sazerac House at the corner of Canal Street and Magazine Streets. It is just next to the spot where the original cafe stopped in the 1850s.