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New Orleans on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

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My spouse and I are coming to New Orleans by car for Christmas from Atlanta. We'll arrive Dec. 23 evening and leave Monday the 28th. We have visited a few times before but never for Christmas.

Are there any interesting things to do in or around NO on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day (aside from going to Mass and dinner?) Any other tips?

We have hotel reservations and reservations for Christmas Day dinner, and we have a good idea of food choices so not looking for help there (unless you have some fantastic inside dining tip).

BTW--we have reservations at Tujague's on Christmas Day, which looked like the only decent choice relatively near our hotel. The reviews of this restaurant seem to be polar opposites: reviewers either love it or hate it. Any reason to absolutely avoid it, given that it appear to be one of the few places open on Christmas Day?


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David the Vagabond

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