New Orleans In July

Oskar Bruening

CTO at Peek, Explorer

Surrey's Cafe & Juice Bar

Tugged away in a lonely side street, away from the buzz of downtown New Orleans, Surreys is a great place to start your day. It's the down to earth local brunch place, serving providing you with your Eggs Benedict fix every day of the week.

Lafayette Cemetary

Walking through one of the traditional New Orleans cemeteries is a fascinating experience. Being located above ground and often carefully decorated, the graves are an insight into the long history of the city. Also, the trees keep you cool...

Cafe Du Monde

Coffee at the most famous cafe in the French Quarter. Beware of the powdered sugar. There is usually a beignet hidden underneath it.

New Orleans In July

Nap Time

When it gets too hot in the afternoon, return to your hotel and nap for a little while, recharging to dance your socks of later in the night.

Mother's Restaurant

Gumbo and Etouffee and the famous Mother's.

The French Quarter

Explore the French Quarter at night. Bring your camera. Discover all the different bars there are.

Pat O'Brien's

Pre-gaming with Tornados at Pat O'Brien's. Also in the French Quarter.

The Spotted Cat Music Club

Leave the French Quarter and head to Frenchman Street. That's where all the locals, the cool kids hang out. And it is the place where some of that true New Orleans feeling is still alive, and not for the tourists. The Spotted Club is a live Jazz bar the way you imagine them to be. Great music. Dancing. Fun.