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Keep Cool – COOLinary New Orleans, that is!

July 20th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

2015 COOLinary New Orleans LogoCool may be mostly wishful thinking when it comes to New Orleans in August but COOLinary New Orleans does its best by offering unprecedented savings at some of New Orleans best restaurants all month long!

An August tradition, COOLinary New Orleans is a great way to gain a little respite from the oppressive heat as well as the cost of dining out: enjoy 2-course or 3-course lunch menus for $20 or less and 3-course dinner menus at $39 or less – and all at many of New Orleans award-winning restaurants.

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Louisiana Swamp Festival

November 5th, 2010 by bbnola

Louisiana Morning

Celebrate the Louisiana Swamp.

Many people travel to New Orleans and Louisiana specifically to experience Cajun culture first hand through food and music. If this sounds like you, head to a New Orleans bed and breakfast this weekend, November 6 and 7, 2010, and attend the Louisiana Swamp Festival. This is a great opportunity to learn about the traditions, food and music of the Acadian people who came to Louisiana in the 18th century.

Historically, Cajun culture was predominant in what is now called the Acadiana region of Louisiana, where the Acadians settled after being expunged from the Canadian Acadia. This area west of New Orleans is still home to a large Francophone population today. The north section of Acadiana consists of dry prairies and rolling hills, but the south gives way to the marshes and bayous typically associated with Cajun culture.

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The Creole Culture of New Orleans

August 12th, 2010 by bbnola

New Orleans would not be the same without the Creoles. This diverse community helped shape the culture of New Orleans from the outset, bringing influences from their various backgrounds: French, Spanish, German, African, Native American…. One of the most interesting aspects of a stay in New Orleans bed and breakfasts may be exploring the rich Creole heritage of the region, especially through the city’s food and music.

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