Want to receive exclusive GayTravel. Mardi Gras, jazz and amazing food! New Orleans is a major tourist destination not just in Louisiana , but the whole United States , for so many reasons. When we think of New Orleans, we all think of the French Quarter, as we should. If you like jazz, this is your place.
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For years New Orleans has been a mecca for everything decadent and alive. A place where music, art, history, food, and people of different ethnicities, nationalities, and sexual orientation mix and mingle like the colors of a Michalopoulos painting. And yet, with all these rich cultural draws, there's still another reason why New Orleans is the 1 Southern destination in the United States: our incredible nightlife. After all, here, every night is a party regardless of whether it's Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, Halloween or a regular Tuesday. Ann Street that bisects
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One of the world's great party destinations, it's not exactly shocking that New Orleans - with its liberal attitudes about everything from sexuality to cocktails - is a top destination for gay and lesbian clubbing and bar-hopping. But as New Orleans has become more mixed and eclectic in recent years, a number of mostly hetero bars Uptown and elsewhere in the city have developed a somewhat gay following. You'll also find some great cafes and restaurants around the city that act as social hubs for the LGBT community and the city's many gay visitors. Ann streets. Although it's the largest gay club in the city, it's still not an enormous place - nothing in the historic French Quarter is.