the peasant food of the gumbo  parlors, New Orleans tells its story by cooking.
Local  ingredients prepared in the down home way reveal a cultural mix unlike any other.
Spanish, French, Canadian, Island and African; they all  come together in New Orleans to elevate peasant food to cuisine.
New Orleans
sugar served at the Café du Monde
New Orleans café du Monde is open
twenty four hours and  famous for
beignets, coffee with chicory, and
Café au lait , a coffee served with
steamed milk.
New Orleans has a mystique about it.  Food and music are at the heart of that image.
When you visit New Orleans you see self expression at every turn: from the food to the music to the festival; New Orleans loves to party.
New Orleans Museums, Food, Music, Art
One of the finest restaurants in the city, Chef Susan Spicer's Bayona on Dauphine Street serves a Provence-style salmon that can not be equaled.
The French Market and particularly the Café du Monde are unofficial food museums.  They have preserved the traditions.  The du Monde,  the beignet and traditional chicory coffee.
The New Orleans Museum of Art, the Riverwalk, Garden District, Wharehouse district, French Market, or the mansions of New Orleans; there is much vacation sightseeing in New Orleans.
Museum to Food and Music
New Orleans Museums of Art
New Orleans African American Museum
French Quarter

Ogden Museum Of Southern Art
Warehouse District

New Orleans Museum Of Art
Near Botanical Gardens, Carrolton Avenue/ Route 10

Besethoff Sculpture Gardens
New Orleans Botanical Gardens, Near Rout 10
Diboll Gallery, Loyola University New Orleans
St. Charles Ave., Uptown Section

Newcomb Art Gallery
Broadway Street, Uptown

Contemporary Art Center, visual and Performance Art,  Magazine St. Warehouse District
New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park,
916 North Peters St., French Market, French Quarter   
9-5 daily except Sunday Monday,  
Handicap access,
free admission
Lectures , films, concerts, walking tours  at he Mississippi River end of Decatur Street
New Orleans Jazz
and Heritage Festival
New Orleans Jazz Club Collection at the Louisiana State Museum,
The Southern Food and Beverage Museum
The Riverwalk
Off Julia St. next to the Convention Center  10-7  
Sunday Noon - 6 PM
Menu Archives
A New Orleans Museums to Food, French Market
Breakfast in the French Market includes eggs, home fries, sausage, grits, and biscuit.
The world War II D-Day Museum
New Orleans Museums to Food, Music, Art are located near Riverwalk, the Wharehouse District,   and the French Market
New Orleans Museums, Food, Music, Art include the Riverwalk, the Wharehouse District,  the French Market, and the mansions.
New Orleans offers much vacation sightseeing.
New Orleans Museum areas include the Riverwalk and the French Market where there is much vacation sightseeing.
New Orleans French Quarter is like a Museum with its houses that date to the early 1800s when New Orleans was
French territory
For a good choice of hotels with discount prices, visit Where to stay in New Orleans (LA) for more information.
April Jazz and Heritage Festival
April 27 2012 to May 6, 2012
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