Every person should experience a New Orleans Thanksgiving. Be a bon vivant at least once in your life.
Southern, Creole, and Cajun influences run deep in the cuisine of New Orleans. You may think you’ve eaten turkey before, but have you ever had it like it’s prepared in this town? Deep fried? Oh yes. Crispy skin gives way to moist, tender meat. Stuffing? Add cornbread, Creole pork, oyster, shrimp, crawfish, or all of the above. My, that’s good.
The penultimate New Orleans Thanksgiving dish is the turducken. Imagine a whole chicken cooked inside a duck that’s cooked inside a turkey. The unique blend of these three flavors is unforgettable. After tasting it, you may never tolerate just plain turkey again.
Many New Orleans restaurants will be open and serving traditional and non-traditional feasts on Thanksgiving. Ask your innkeepers where they would most like to enjoy this meal.
New Orleans bed and breakfasts are the place to stay during the holidays. The environment is warm and welcoming. You’ll feel like you’re in a friend’s home, because you are.
Whether you are traveling over Thanksgiving for business, to visit family, or simply because you want to experience this exciting city, lodge in a bed and breakfast New Orleans.