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Unique New Orleans Walking Tour

January 23rd, 2011 by bbnola

If you enjoy the occasional cocktail, you may be interested in a unique New Orleans walking tour offered by Gray Line: the New Orleans’ Original Cocktail Tour. This tour is a wonderful way to orient yourself to the city and some of its most prominent restaurants and bars. By the end of the tour, you’ll know which establishments you want to visit again during your New Orleans Bed and Breakfast vacation.

Every cocktail has a history – who first created it, where it was first consumed, when it became popular. Mixologists such as Dale DeGroff and Gary Regan have devoted their careers not only to preparing the finest cocktails, but to uncovering their fascinating histories. You can read about the New Orleans’ cocktails, or you can experience them first hand: the News Orleans’ Original Cocktail Tour brings the history of certain cocktails to life.

Pimm’s Cup, the Hurricane, the Sazerac, and the Hand Grenade – visit the bars where they were first concocted and hear entertaining stories about their origins. The New Orleans’ Original Cocktail Tour will bring you behind the scenes and into the wine cellars of some of the oldest and most respected establishments in the city.

More information about the New Orleans’ Original Cocktail Tour is available at  Gray Line Tours. It’s a fun way to launch a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast getaway.

True cocktail aficionados may want to attend Tales of the Cocktail 2011, July 20 – 24; it’s not too early to book rooms in Bed and Breakfasts New Orleans for this event.

Happy New Year from New Orleans B&Bs!

December 30th, 2010 by bbnola

The innkeepers of New Orleans Bed and Breakfast Inns would like to wish you all a Happy New Year.

Happy 2011 from New Orleans Bed and Breakfast Innkeeepers.

Thank you for visiting us in 2010!

May 2011 bring you health, happiness, and travel to New Orleans!

Thanksgiving, New Orleans Style

November 18th, 2010 by bbnola

Every person should experience a New Orleans Thanksgiving. Be a bon vivant at least once in your life.


The incomparable turducken

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.

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