Join The Maison Dupuy Hotel December 1 as it lights the magnificent 20’ Christmas Tree. Enjoy holiday music, drinks, food, fun and shopping. Guests can sip $5 Spiked Egg Nog and Wine, savor Small Plates at Happy Hour prices from Bistreaux Restaurant and do a little Christmas shopping all at the same time for a very worthy cause.
PRESS RELEASE: New Orleans, LA (October 19, 2017) – Few things scream “New Orleans” louder than the iconic po’boy. In true culinary tradition, Blue Plate Mayonnaise, Chisesi Brothers and Leidenheimer Baking Company are partnering to celebrate National Sandwich Day in style – with a block-long po’boy in the middle of the French Quarter! At approximately 350 feet, it will be the longest po’boy ever created in New Orleans!
What is your go-to fall cocktail? Let the Pelican Club know for a chance to receive complimentary cocktails and appetizers for you and one friend! The winner will be announced on Wednesday, October 25th at 11am. CLICK HERE TO ENTER
VOODOOFEST is a FREE annual festival, held EVERY Halloween, which celebrates the Voodoo religion's many important contributions to New Orleans' traditions. VOODOOFEST’s primary goals are to honor the Ancestors, educate the public about this widely misunderstood religion & to preserve and celebrate the unique Spiritual & Cultural Heritage of New Orleans.
For its 15th Les Comédiens Français Lecture, The Historic New Orleans Collection will screen the silent film “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” – Universal’s 1923 film version of Victor Hugo’s “Notre-Dame de Paris” – with live, improvised musical accompaniment by former St. Louis Cathedral young-artist-in-residence, pianist Karol Mossakowski.
The event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, from 6–8:30PM at THNOC’s Williams Research Center, 410 Chartres Street.
NEW ORLEANS Sept. 7, 2017 - The Bourbon Orleans Hotel, located at 717 Orleans St., directly behind St. Louis Cathedral, captivates visitors with its rich, 200-year history, including being one of the most architecturally significant buildings of its time; a nexus for 19th-century social culture and an opulent ballroom where quadroon ladies were introduced to Creole gentlemen; a courthouse; a convent for a Catholic order of free women of color; and now a luxuriously renovated hotel in the heart of the French Quarter.