What’s not to love about New Orleans?  One of the most fun and authentic cities where none other can compete with its culture, food, architecture and joie de vivre.  The Niche Mommy Conference is going to the Big Easy.  No matter what time of the year, NOLA is overflowing with celebration.


Foodie or no foodie, everyone can work up an appetite.  New Orleans is known for its famous dishes and delicious food.  Come discover some of its traditional dishes.  You’ll find everything from bowls of gumbo, jambalaya, barbequed shrimp and red beans and rice to oysters and crawfish etouffe.  Start the morning at Cafe du Monde for delicious beignets and cafe au lait.  Finish the day dining on authentic New Orleans recipes from famous chefs while {slowly} sipping on the Hurricane, New Orleans’s famous cocktail.

Things to Do

Everyone can find fun in New Orleans.  Don’t miss a visit to the French Quarter where you can stroll through Jackson Square, enjoy museums, artists, street performers, and the famous antique galleries of Royal Street and learn historical facts about this fascinating city. If shopping is your thing, visit the unique boutiques and noteworthy galleries. Or how about a GNO in New Orleans?  New Orleans is a city that offers a fantastic nightlife.  Experience Bourbon Street – one of the world’s most reknown streets – where it is Mardi Gras every night.


While touring, don’t be surprised if you hear a little jazz, zydeco, blues and some Cajun funk. New Orleans is known for its music and is the birthplace of jazz.  Catch any form of it at any one of the many jazz clubs. Visit Frenchmen Street to see and hear authentic live music.  And don’t forget your dancing shoes, you might find yourself doing the Cajun dance.

Come join us where this city’s architecture is the backdrop for such invigorating culture.  Whether it’s for the jazz, world renown restaurants, happening nightlife, shopping or joie de vivre, celebration is at the core of the NOLA experience.  The Crescent City is waiting for YOU.  Come join other niche mommies as the summer comes to an end, August 23-26!


Visit the Official New Orleans Tourism site for additional information.

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