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Swinging jazz clubs, world-class restaurants and the entangled history of the French Quarter illuminate your stay at Andrew Jackson Hotel. Discover all that New Orleans has to offer with our local guide.

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Tips for a Safer Holiday Gathering

If you choose to get together with family and friends this holiday season, ensure you follow these helpful tips to do so as safely as possible.

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New Orleans Thanksgiving: A Side of Jambalaya

When it comes to food, no one does it better than New Orleans.

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Four Best Places to Watch the Saints During Covid-19

If you’re a die-hard Saints fan, then you’re likely struggling with the fact that you don’t get to watch your beloved football team from their home in the dome

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10 Fun Facts You Might Not Know About the New Orleans Saints

You don’t have to be a native New Orleanian to be a fan of the Black and Gold! The New Orleans Saints are one of the country’s most-watched NFL teams and have even been dubbed “America’s Team.”

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Getting Around NOLA Style: All About the New Orleans Streetcar

 

One of the great features you can enjoy when you stay in the Big Easy is the convenient access to the authentic New Orleans Streetcar. Besides being a go-to form of public transportation for locals, the streetcars are also a tourist destination all their own. Here’s a closer look at everything you need to know about NOLA’s iconic mode of transportation.

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New Orleans: Haunted Legends and Mysteries- Marie Laveau’s Tomb

The Big Easy is full of tales of the supernatural, mysterious, and downright puzzling. When you take a stroll through the French Quarter, pop into a neighborhood restaurant, or even browse through one of the many local shops, you’ll likely find yourself exploring a haunted place (whether you realize it or not). This darker side of the city is part of what gives NOLA such a rich and colorful story and enticing charm.

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New Orleans: Haunted Legends and Mysteries

New Orleans is no stranger to restless souls and ghostly residents; the city possesses a haunted history rich with intrigue, mystery, and even fun.

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A Haunting Halloween in New Orleans: 2020

Even though things are certainly different in 2020, New Orleans is still celebrating Halloween with some familiar tricks and treats...just a bit differently. Whether you're a local, frequent visitor to NOLA, or a first-timer, here are a few ideas to help you find the perfect way to spend this October 31st (and the days leading up to it) in the Big Easy.

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New Orleans: Haunted Legends and Mysteries

New Orleans is touted as one of the most haunted cities in the United States, and for good reason. The Big Easy is full of stories about restless spirits, ghostly pirates, vampires, and a legendary voodoo queen, and you don’t need to wait for Halloween to try and catch a glimpse of these famous spirited residents. 

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To Beignet or Not To Beignet: The History of One of NOLA’s Favorite Foods

There's nothing quite like the irresistible smell and doughy goodness of the classic New Orleans beignet; just make sure you don't laugh or sneeze as you take a bite, or you and your fellow beignet lovers will be covered with powdered sugar. These popular NOLA goodies have been around for ages, and they are undoubtedly one of the foods for which New Orleans is best known. 

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New Orleans: Haunted Legends and Mysteries Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop and Bar

 

It doesn’t have to be Halloween to enjoy a spooky tale or two when you’re in New Orleans. The city is full of history of the haunted kind, from restless souls to ghostly pirates to a Voodoo Queen, and everything in between. In fact, New Orleans is believed to be one of the most haunted cities in the United States. 

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Taking It Outside: NOLA Style

New Orleans might be known for its fun atmosphere, vibrant nightlife, and Creole culture, but there are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors!

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Feeling Thirsty? Check Out These Five NOLA Breweries

The pandemic may have shut down the bars, but it definitely didn’t squash NOLA’s love affair with beer. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, you can still enjoy some of the most fantastic beers from several of the city’s top breweries.

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COOLinary in August Keeps Cooking in New Orleans

COVID-19 has changed how we do things in New Orleans, but it definitely hasn’t changed the fact that the Big Easy has some of the most incredible cuisine on the planet. For years, NOLA has been indulging in a fabulous culinary tradition to support local restaurants during the slow summer months, known as COOLinary.

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The History of Jackson Square

The Andrew Jackson Hotel gets its name from General Andrew Jackson, who was viewed as a hero in New Orleans thanks to the important role he played in the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812.

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Say What? New Orleans Lingo - Know Before You Go

If you’re planning to make a visit to New Orleans, then you’re in for a real treat. There is no other city that is quite as unique and vibrant as the Big Easy; from the people to the architecture and the vast array of eclectic entertainment options that you’ll discover at every turn. Another element of NOLA that possesses its own special charm is the language. New Orleans natives and self-made locals speak a whole different vocabulary that can make you feel like it’s a foreign language.

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How To Beat the Heat on a New Orleans Vacation

There’s no place that can match the magic and romance of New Orleans, but if you’re traveling to the Big Easy during the summer, it can get hot and steamy (which isn’t always a good thing)! Lucky for you, NOLA is packed with possibilities for all sorts of fun, including many attractions that keep you nice and cool while you explore.

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Andrew Jackson Hotel: A Piece of New Orleans History

People travel to New Orleans for its unique and spellbinding vibe, fantastic food, lively music scene, and of course, its rich heritage. When you decide to visit the Big Easy, the perfect way to experience it is to stay in a piece of history, and one of the best places to do that is the Andrew Jackson Hotel.

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Haunted Happenings at the Andrew Jackson Hotel

 

New Orleans’s storied past is full of history, culture, and ghostly tales; and some of the eeriest events can be found in NOLA’s unique hotels. 

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Magazine Street Guide

Stretching an astounding six miles long as it winds through the city, Magazine Street is a destination unto itself. You can easily spend a day (or days) traversing this amazing thoroughfare and still barely make a dent in seeing everything it has to offer. Luckily, we’ve put together a comprehensive Magazine Street itinerary as a handy guide to some of the street’s best bars, boutiques, restaurants, art galleries and more, so you can spend less time looking up places to visit and more time enjoying the endlessly fun Magazine Street!

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It's Gumbo Season!

Gumbo is consumed year-round in Louisiana, but it really hits the spot when the temperatures are a little cooler. Made of a mix of protein, whether from the sea or land, a thick roux, and the “holy trinity” of all Louisiana cuisine – celery, bell pepper and onion – many compare gumbo’s mix of ingredients to the complexity of the south.

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What to Pack for Your Winter Trip to New Orleans

Lots of folks visit New Orleans in the summertime, and they’re quick to tell you how hot and humid it can be. However, outsiders seldom hear about what the winter weather is like in the Big Easy.

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Guide to New Orleans' Frenchmen Street

Bourbon Street isn’t the only major street for nightlife in New Orleans -- Frenchmen Street located just outside the Quarter in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood is a great option for visitors looking for live music, restaurants and an eclectic mix of street performers.

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Celebrities with Homes in New Orleans

New Orleans is a magical city, unlike any other in the U.S. It leaves an impression on those who pass through it and many return to call New Orleans home. (Actor Nicolas Cage went as far as to buy his eventual resting place in St. Louis Cemetery #1). Here’s a look at New Orleans locals and transplants who all have a home in the Big Easy.

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Café Au Lait & Beignets: A New Orleans Treat

Beignets paired with café au lait (pronounced "o-LAY") is specific to New Orleans, and made a Nola staple at Café du Monde. Not really sure about what it’s all about? Here’s some background on the chicory in your coffee or why a beignet at 3 a.m. is the perfect sugary treat.

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Most Haunted Spots in the Quarter

Here at Andrew Jackson Hotel, we're no strangers to paranormal activity. In fact, Andrew Jackson Hotel is regularly named one of the most haunted spots in New Orleans.

 

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