Good-bye 2023, hello future! Along with fireworks and the Fleur de Lis Drop at the stroke of midnight atop Jax Brewery in the French Quarter, the Sugar Bowl and the Sugar Bowl Parade, here's what's going on around town.
Every year, Tujague's offers a festive New Year’s Eve menu. For $90 per person, it will set off fireworks in your mouth! They're also inviting guests at their last seating to stay and enjoy the fireworks from their balcony. In case you haven’t been to Tujague’s lately, their new location is just down Decatur Street from where they've been for over 160 years. View menu. Make reservations.
Bourbon Street is the place to be on New Year’s Eve! Celebrate 2024 on the balcony at NOLA Cookery where you’ll enjoy a New Orleans cuisine buffet, an open bar, private bathroom access and exclusive balcony access. Learn more.
One of the most exciting places to be this New Year's Eve is this dressy, "black-tie encouraged" party at the Riverview Room, overlooking the Misissippi River. There will be a buffet dinner, a premium open bar, champagne, music by the Top Cats and more. Learn more.
Be on top of the world, or at least New Orleans, at the rooftop balcony at Mambo's, an exciting restaurant on Rue Bourbon. Package includes a New Orleans cuisine buffet, an open bar, private bathrooms and exclusive rooftop/balcony use. Learn more.
Acme is open on New Year's Eve. You know what they say. Life's more fun with seafood. Learn more.
If there’s no place you’d rather be than Bourbon Street this New Year’s Eve, head to Bourbon Heat. Come ring in the New Year at the French Quarter’s hottest dance club. Learn more.
Landry's Seafood House in the French Quarter is right smack dab in the middle of the New Year's action in the French Quarter. Make reservations.
This beloved New Orleans Restauarnt on Royal Street will be open New Year's Eve. Pass through the Charm Gates for good luck in 2024 or make a wish at the Devil's Wishing Well. View New Year's Eve menu. Make reservations.
Vegans, vegetarians and ominivores alike can celebrate happily at this restaurant on Julia Street, serving traditional holiday dishes from the tropics . Make reservations.
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