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"Top Chef Restaurants" Add Some Heat To New Orleans' Dining Scene

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

Music, culture, and cuisine are some of the staples of a rich New Orleanian experience. Next time you take a trip down South, make sure to savor a true taste of this vibrant city by visiting a few of these Top Chef worthy restaurants. French and...

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Hottest Restaurants in New Orleans

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

The rich culture of New Orleans is shaped largely by varied cultural influences, music, and of course, its variety of cuisine. Next time you're visiting the city, make sure to take a look at a few restaurant's boasting "Top Chef" worthy cuisine...

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Run With The "Bulls" in New Orleans' Annual San Fermin Festival

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2012

If running with the bulls has ever been on your bucket list you will be happy to learn you don’t even have to leave the continental U.S (or risk your life) to enjoy the thrill. The annual San Fermin en Nueva Orleans will take place July 12...

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Windsor Court Hotel Showcases New Orlean's Finer Side

BY : Chad Chisholm | 2012

Pulling into the main drive at Windsor Court Hotel, guests know they are in for an experience like no other in New Orleans. The only four-star, four-diamond property in the state of Louisiana, the Windsor Castle-inspired htoel is home to luxury...

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W New Orleans | Bask in Style in the Big Easy

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2012

The magic of Mardi Gras, the appeal of Louisiana cuisine and the exhilaration of the sexy nightlife come together in one hotel: W New Orleans. This summer, cool off poolside at the outdoor rooftop pool, WET®, reserve a luxurious cabana with bottle...

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Best Eats in New Orleans During Mardi Gras

BY : The Daily Meal | 2012

The city of New Orleans all but shuts down on Fat Tuesday, as its biggest party culminates in a string of parades and heaps of beads along the streets. Rest assured that fine dining establishments will shutter at least for Tuesday, if not straight...

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New Orleans Food & Wine Experience 20th Anniversary Begins May 22

BY : Sara Cardoza | 2012

When I think about New Orleans I think about crowds fighting for the coveted purple, gold, and green beads thrown from mammoth floats. I think about elaborate parades of feathered costumes and I think about rich food, jazz music and heavily frosted...

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Fragrance Fanatics Flocking to Avery Fine Perfumery in New Orleans

BY : Eric Meyers | 2011

The sights and sounds of New Orleans are often spoken highly of by travelers, but now visitors to The Crescent City can treat their noses to luxury as well. Avery Fine Perfumery has established itself as the premiere perfumer of the city, and people...

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The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans: A Luxurious Haven in the Heart of the City

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2011

With its prime location on the edge of the French Quarter, one block from Bourbon Street, the Ritz-Carlton New Orleans is in walking distance from the best that the city has to offer; but removed enough from the action to allow for a peaceful...

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Rau Antiques Co-Sponsors Silver Exhibition at Headley-Whitney Museum

BY : Carly Zinderman | 2011

Opening in April, Rau Antiques is co-sponsoring the special silver exhibition at the Headley-Whitney Museum in New Orleans. The Discerning Eye of the Collector: American and European Silver from the Granger Collection showcases silver from the...

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Bienville House: Boutique Hotel in New Orleans' French Quarter

BY : Ray Pearson | 2011

Luxury Hotel: I confess: my mental image of New Orleans had a lot to do with numerous visits to Disneyland’s New Orleans Square. The closest I’d ever been to a swamp or bayou was at the start of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. With...

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Bienville House: Boutique Hotel in New Orleans' French Quarter

BY : Ray Pearson | 2011

Luxury Hotel: I confess: my mental image of New Orleans had a lot to do with numerous visits to Disneyland’s New Orleans Square. The closest I’d ever been to a swamp or bayou was at the start of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. With...

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