Welcome to November in New Orleans when we say goodbye to hurricane season and hello to gumbo season. With an average high of 71 °F and an average low of 55 °F, November is one of the best times of the year to visit. Here’s what up down here.
Show New Orleans' culinary community just how much you love them by supporting them in what's been a difficult almost two years. Famous old-line establishments, James Beard Award-winning restaurants and all the trendy new places look foward to welcoming you back this fall.
Join us in New Orleans this month for one of two home Saints games. The Saints take on the Falcons on the 7th and the Buffalo Bills on the 25th in the Caesars Superdome.
When was the last time you went to the theater? Come see Tootsie (November 9-12) or Rent (November 26-29) at the Saenger. Love country? Willie Nelson and Family will be there November 16 as well.
The legendary rivalry between Grambling State and Southern University has been taking place since the 1930s. Nowadays, it's held the Saturday after Thanksgiving in the Caesars Superdome and includes a parade, fan festivals, a career fair and a not-to-be-missed battle of the bands.
More than 165,000 visitors make their way to historic City Park every year for Celebration in the Oaks, a magical winter spectacle. Nothing says it’s holiday time in New Orleans like centuries-old live oaks swathed in hundreds of thousands of twinkling lights. Light displays of all kinds are scattered throughout 25 acres of the City Park, including the Botanical Garden, Storyland, and Carousel Gardens Amusement Park. Note: Closed Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve nights.