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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

No Lie NOLA



NOLA is no joke when it comes to living that lively life. From the bountiful variety of eatery to the exuberant music reverberating through the streets to the tireless energy decorously filling the thick, humid air, New Orleans is a chapter of its own in a world of animated buoyancy. But even amongst its wild spirit, there is no mistaking its heavy history and distinct artistic culture. It carries through every rustic wall and austere fabric, proudfully and unapologetically--a nod to its unconventional nature and past. You are constantly reminded that early American history is still as everpresent in our homes as much as we open our eyes to it.

I'm grateful to be able to see this side of American roots, adding more dimension to understanding the soil beneath our feet and sky above our heads.

Food:
1. Brennan's (Bananas Foster!!)
2. Acme Oyster House
3. Commander's Palace
4. Cafe Du Monde
5. Three Muses
6. Sylvain's (brunch!)
7. Carousel Bar
8. The Gumbo Shop

Music:
1. We actually just walked around Frechmen Street and went into any live music spot. There's a lot!
2. Preservation Hall (reserve your spot ahead of time)

Must-do:
1. Stroll through French Quarters
2. DAY DRINK
3. French Market Outdoor Bazaar
4. Nightlife on Bourbon Street (literally just walking around)
5. Marigny Art Market
6. Try the Hurricane drink
7. Ride a streetcar
8. Mansions in Gardens District (American Horror Story: Coven house is here!)

       

Photography by me & Lynn Kim Do

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

No Lie NOLA



NOLA is no joke when it comes to living that lively life. From the bountiful variety of eatery to the exuberant music reverberating through the streets to the tireless energy decorously filling the thick, humid air, New Orleans is a chapter of its own in a world of animated buoyancy. But even amongst its wild spirit, there is no mistaking its heavy history and distinct artistic culture. It carries through every rustic wall and austere fabric, proudfully and unapologetically--a nod to its unconventional nature and past. You are constantly reminded that early American history is still as everpresent in our homes as much as we open our eyes to it.

I'm grateful to be able to see this side of American roots, adding more dimension to understanding the soil beneath our feet and sky above our heads.

Food:
1. Brennan's (Bananas Foster!!)
2. Acme Oyster House
3. Commander's Palace
4. Cafe Du Monde
5. Three Muses
6. Sylvain's (brunch!)
7. Carousel Bar
8. The Gumbo Shop

Music:
1. We actually just walked around Frechmen Street and went into any live music spot. There's a lot!
2. Preservation Hall (reserve your spot ahead of time)

Must-do:
1. Stroll through French Quarters
2. DAY DRINK
3. French Market Outdoor Bazaar
4. Nightlife on Bourbon Street (literally just walking around)
5. Marigny Art Market
6. Try the Hurricane drink
7. Ride a streetcar
8. Mansions in Gardens District (American Horror Story: Coven house is here!)

       

Photography by me & Lynn Kim Do

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