New Orleans has been home to some of the brightest LGBT literary minds, artists, musicians and activists. While VIP passes are sold out, regular admission is still available as of July. After stuffing down a delicious Belgium waffle, as I would, make your way to Royal Street. The Daddy Of 'em All. Serving rich Creole cuisine sinceArnaud's is a fine-dining institution in New Orleans. Enjoying learning the history of jazz by going to four music venues with live music.
You could be fooled with this gorgeous property, built induring the Gilded Age.
LGBT New Orleans
During Southern Decadence and Carnival, because the Gay crowd dominates this part of Bourbon Street, people tend to be a little more "adventurous" in their pursuit of beads and the balcony at Lafitte's can be quite "entertaining. The club scene normally wont get busy until after 10PM. Grab a quick lunch and walk around in the Riverbend area of the city. Mona Lisa She is Italian after all. Serving rich Creole cuisine sinceArnaud's is a fine-dining institution in New Orleans. Ancient City in the Clouds. If I want to feel like a rock star, I stay at the industrial chic boutique hotel, Loft
Flamboyance is part of the culture and queer life has been an active part of this city's identity for decades. Feeling at home in New Orleans is important to us. Historian and writer Glenn Louis DeVillier epitomizes New Orleans, with his debonair flair and hunger for good food, good drink, and good stories. Find a Place to Drink. It's also noted for its fab and huge complimentary buffets on special occasions and its Tailgate buffets for televised sporting events.