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In the background of the Mississippi River, the New Orleans Morial Convention Center is centrally located to the charm this city captivates. Known for their incomparable cuisine, enlivening jazz music, and all around energetic atmosphere, this city has plenty to offer to relax and have some fun. The excitement of New Orleans is undeniable and we want to make sure you enjoy this city, so please check out a few of our highlighted recommendations.


The city offers an array of the most incredibly diverse concentrations of food - including Creole, Cajun, and French cuisine, along with Latin, Asian, and Italian dishes - in the world.
Cochon Butcher - a warehouse setting serving pork-focused Cajun fare. Great for groups small or large.
The Tasting Roomold-world wine bar serving premium bottles and tapas/small plates.
Sac-a-LaitModern Cajun & Creole eats and craft cocktails served in a renovated 1882 cotton mill.

Things to Do

In this lively city there's something for everywhere - live music, casual cocktails, you name it!

Funky PirateA Blues Club on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, featuring the internationally acclaimed performer, “Big Al Carson.”
Mardi Gras World - a working studio behind-the-scenes look at the craft that goes into making Mardi Gras parade floats.
Carousel Bar and Loungebest known for its revolving, circular, carnival-themed bar, with a history that dates back to 1949.


Check out the French Quarter, Magazine Street, or the Outlet Collection at Riverwalk - just to name a few of the hundreds of boutiques and antique stores. 

Explore NOLA's fascinating history and culture.

Choose from galleries, to museums, and outdoor displays. Explore the city’s old-world roots and modern presence. And for the history buffs that plan to take aside a little time to learn about the city’s past, present, and future, you won't be disappointed! 

Frenchmen Art Market - An outdoor, nighttime market showcasing local art, jewelry & crafts.
Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans - an arts complex located in historic downtown. The center hosts events and performances from visual arts to concert performances and lectures.
The National WWII Museum - a military history museum formerly known as the D-Day Museum.
Jackson Squarea historic park in the French Quarter, declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960 as the site where in 1803 Louisiana was made United States territory.