Tales of The Cocktail
(July 17- July 21, 2014)
Have a highball, y’all. Sip and sup at this four-day-long mixer in the city that invented the cocktail. Enjoy lectures, book signings, dinner pairings, cooking and mixing demonstrations, and more at this annual event.
(July 31- August 3, 2014)
Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong is one of New Orleans’ favorite native sons (and there are many to pick from). Each year, this weekend-long festival celebrates his life, legacy and music. The festivities include a seminar series, jazz exhibits, a jazz mass and second-line parade, fantastic food and a host of star-studded performers.
(August 1-31, 2014)
Celebrating dining in America’s most delicious city! During the month of August, experience cuisine which delights your palate and is an integral part of the history, fabric, and culture of New Orleans. This annual culinary tradition features specially priced pre-fixe lunch and dinner menus.
Whitney White Linen Night
(August 2, 2014)
Drape yourself in cool, white linen and join 16,000 art aficionados in the Arts District for the artiest night of the summer. Stroll through the galleries, sip wine and hear some of the city’s most exciting bands.
(August 9, 2014)
Only the biggest little Red Dress Run event in the world – and you can be a part of it! Completely fantastic, and yet sometimes difficult to put into words everything this event is and
is about. Visit their website for a complete history.
(August 9, 2014)
Not to be outdone by White Linen Night, Royal Street merchants decided to stage a gallery walk of their own in the French Quarter. Pick up some amazing art and antiques at an event which has become very popular in its own right.