French Quarter Festival runs from Thursday, April 6 through Sunday, April 9, 2017 highlighting the neighborhood’s culture, food, history, and people.
Wondering where locals eat in New Orleans? Check out these 7 delicious restaurants in the French Quarter for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night.
With winter giving way to spring, now is the perfect time of year to get outside. Here are a few of our favorite things to do in the French Quarter.
There’s one New Orleans tradition you have GOT to see. The Mardi Gras Indians gather to show off their elaborate bead & feather suits on Super Sunday.
Even though Mardi Gras just ended, we’re already thinking about spring festivals. Find out how to enjoy our favorite spring festivals in New Orleans.
There are several St. Patrick’s Day events held in the French Quarter near Bienville House. Take a look at some of the best ways to celebrate!
Learn about the history of the King Cake, a traditional Mardi Gras cake served during Carnival season in New Orleans. It’s a local delicacy!
Learn to celebrate like a local with our handy guide to 5 common New Orleans Mardi Gras traditions and terms. Laissez les bons temps rouler!