We had a lovely Segway meetup in the French Quarter last week. Thanks to New Orleans City Segway for hosting us and taking us around the Quarter.
We saw the street that inspired Walt Disney’s Port of New Orleans, learned some of the history of the Cabildo and saw examples of wrought iron versus cast iron.
If you are interested in a tour, City Segway offers several packages. Find out more here.
Here’s what we did during our Sept. 4 meetup:
We’re eating & drinking our way through New Orleans with the #NewinNOLA crew. Venues from Aug. 26 – Sept. 2:
charbroiled oysters from Drago’s restaurant in the French Quarter
- Cafe du Monde
- La Boulangerie
- GW Fins
- Organic Banana
- St. James Cheese Co.
- Creole Creamery
We’re eating & drinking our way through New Orleans with the #NewinNOLA crew. Venues from Aug. 19 – 26:
chicken tinga quesadilla from Felipe’s in the French Quarter (via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)
- Pierre Maspero’s
- St. Lawrence
- Bar Tonique
See the yummy food photos here.
Follow our food adventures throughout the week on Instagram (@NewinNOLA).
What to see other great New Orleans restaurants we’ve visited? Check them out here.
It’s time for another #NewinNOLA meetup! We’re excited to partner with New Orleans City Segway for an Instagram/Twitter/Facebook photo tour on Sept. 4.
How this works:
– The event is Wednesday, Sept. 4. That’s a week from today.
We continue to eat our way through New Orleans. This week’s restaurants include:
grape leaf platter from Mona’s on Magazine Street (photo via @NewinNOLA on Instagram)
- Crescent City Pie & Sausage
- Mona’s Cafe
- The Superdome
- Panera Bread
Here are all of our food pix.
Restaurants from the week before:
This neighborhood map of New Orleans has been tremendously helpful. Where is Mid-City? Bywater? Uptown?
This map has the answers. Via NewOrleansOnline.com:
New Orleans neighborhood map via NewOrleansOnline.com
Storyville Apparel has a more detailed map. And, you can buy the T-shirt version of this map via Storyville.
image via storyvilleapparel.com