New Orleans Reviews

Review for Champion Charters LLC by haley
Rating: 5 Rating
Captain Chandler is an experience and knowledgeable fisherman.
Review for Desi Vega's Steakhouse by Princess
Rating: 5 Rating
Desi Vega's Steakhouse restaurant in New Orleans gives extraordinary service and yummy meals.
Review for NOLA Wholesale Properties - We Buy Houses New Orleans by Chuck
Rating: 5 Rating
Fantastic company. so easy to work with. made selling my house easy peasy!!
Pros: fast communication, quick sale, responsive to questions
Cons: none
Review for CSXBT by sam
Rating: 5 Rating
Amazing service! I received a quote within hours, and my website was created within my specified timeline. The website is perfect for my business needs.
Pros: Reliable Customer service Attentive Timely
Review for GeauxFit Training by Kris
Rating: 3 Rating
GeauxFit is the epitome of a shiesty gym and the embodiment of liberal America snowflake culture. The owner has assaulted members and in some cases stolen thousands from unsuspecting customers. ..
Cons: Shady billing, passive aggressive actions towards Walmart and Starbucks shoppers. Disingenuous training. Will let you do push-ups wrong for 3 months until you hurt yourself to get non liberals out ..
Review for Deep South Dock, Piling & Marine Restoration by Archie
Rating: 5 Rating
Best company on the gulf coast in repairing and building docks

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The Mississippi River meanders through New Orleans in the shape of a crescent dividing the city into an East and a West Bank. The East Bank contains the majority of New Orleans, including the French Quarter, Uptown, Downtown, and Mid City. The term "East Bank" can be confusing at times, due to the curves in the river through New Orleans, the East Bank of the river is actually geographically the Western part of the city. The French Quarter was the first settlement on the East Bank, built on natural levees formed by the Mississippi River; it was the highest ground in the area. The population of New Orleans grew as swamp land was drained for new settlement, making much of New Orleans under sea level. The French Quarter and parts of uptown New Orleans are the highest parts of the city due to the natural levee at around 16 feet above sea level, with the outer edges of New Orleans dipping to 10 feet below sea level. Man made levees and floodwalls were constructed to protect the city from flooding, but were breached during Hurricane Katrina causing about 80% of the city to fall underwater. Major attractions on the East Bank include the French Market, Bourbon Street, and Jackson Square in the French Quarter, the Aquarium of the Americas along the river, and the Superdome, home of the New Orleans Saints, located in Downtown New Orleans. Throughout the city you will find cemeteries, referred to as "Cities of the Dead", popular among tourists for the unique and often extravagant above the ground tombs. You can take a streetcar ride from downtown up scenic St. Charles Avenue through the heart of uptown New Orleans, where you can visit the Audubon Park and Zoo, one of the nation's premiere zoos.

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on Friday, 14 Oct, 10:30 PM
at The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret
2240 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117
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Get ready for a deviously campy and deliciously sexy Vampyre Cabaret! in New Orleans, LA with one of the best event in town.

on Friday, 28 Oct, 11:00 PM
at The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret
2240 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117
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Invite your Friends and bring them here for An evening of incredible New Orleans burlesque to kick off Halloween weekend with a sexy, spoopy, silly time @ The All Ways Lounge & Cabaret in New Orleans, LA!

on Sunday, 30 Oct, 7:00 PM
at The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret
2240 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117
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Join us and experience the immersive Halloween concert 'Spookapolooza' like never before with music, dancers, and our supporting act Lost Angeles!

on Monday, 31 Oct, 7:00 PM
at 1200 Decatur St
1200 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
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Invite your Friends and Join us to Explore the 'dark side' of New Orleans French Quarter in New Orleans, LA.

on Monday, 31 Oct, 11:00 PM
at 700 Bourbon St
700 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
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Halloween Balcony Party overlooking World Famous Bourbon Street with 3 Hours Open Premium Bar and Balcony Access on Halloween!

on Tuesday, 1 Nov, 7:00 PM
at The Drunken Telling of New Orleans Tales Event / Tour
1200 Decatur Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
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Boozers, history buffs, and paranormal enthusiasts alike are sure to have a blast on this entertaining, informative & interactive tour.

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5OctKid’s Table Cooking Series-Scary Delicious! Halloween Treats
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Oct 5 at 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

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