Most Exciting Attractions in New Orleans
What’s so exciting about New Orleans’ attractions? Plenty. Tour the French Market, see the Superdome and sample -- ready for this? -- deep-fried crickets at the biggest museum showcasing insects.Filed under:
Cajun Café, anyone? Find this charming restaurant among the many cafes, bars and food stalls in New Orleans’ French Market. Spanning 6 blocks in the city’s French Quarter, this stretch of town is not only home to savory Creole and Cajun dishes, but also plenty of history. The area was founded in 1791 as a Native American trading post; it endures as one of the oldest markets of its kind anywhere in the US.
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