Believe it or not there are a lot of people who have never been to New Orleans yet. They think of it as only being the Mardi Gras city and so many people are just not into all the crowds and hoopla that Mardi Gras has to offer. We just returned from a wonderful week down there. There were no crowds in the streets, at restaurants, in the bars or anywhere. It was wonderful and we had time to really enjoy the city. We stayed at the Burgundy Bed and Breakfast which is located in the historic Faubourg Marigny neighborhood and just a short walk to the French Quarters and on to downtown New Orleans.
All-inclusive nightclubs are plentiful in the Big Easy, so you have plenty of options for late-night fun. These gay bars in New Orleans rise above. While the House of the Rising Sun is fiction, there are plenty of debaucherous hideaways in gay New Orleans worth exploring next time you're in the South.
International House is an impressive century-old, story Beaux arts building. Everything about our stay was impeccable.
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The mythos surrounding New Orleans is limitless. Tucked in the middle of Southern marshland, NOLA features a plethora of gay bars in the historic French Quarter, including Oz, a classic gay dance club, and the more bacchanal Rawhide — both open on the weekends. The city's open container policy means you can carry your drink from bar to bar, making New Orleans the perfect place for a boozy good time. Southern Decadence, the "Folsom Street Fair of the South," is held downtown every year, but if you're considering a more relaxed vacation, the city has many cute boutique hotels in historic, Antebellum homes down Canal Street.