New Year's Eve In New Orleans???

Old Nov 15th, 2003, 02:45 PM
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New Year's Eve In New Orleans???


We're 20 something 2 couples who love to go clubbing/drink/have a blast and looking for a fun spot to spend New Year's Eve 2003 - I know New O is hot for Mardi gras and jazz, what about New Year's Eve? Anyone been? Right now we're thinking LA or New O - any input would be great!

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Old Nov 15th, 2003, 05:15 PM
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I was there in 1994. The Sugar Bowl game was the next day so Bourbon St was packed and a blast although I got stepped on but that's my fault... anyways.

I think you will have a good time there for New Year's.
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Old Nov 15th, 2003, 06:09 PM
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You may be too late to book a room for New Year's Eve in NO. Rates escalate and minimum stays are required - usually 3 or 4 nights. If you can find accommodations, book NOW!
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I too will be in NO on New Years Eve. I've seen a number of restaurants offering packages, as well as the river boat cruises. The NO web site says there are fire works at midnight on the river front, and I want to be in view of that. The City PArk apparantly has a party you can pay to get in, but I wonder about the weather being too cold for outdoors that night. I've been checking the weather lately, and see that is has been down to the 30's at night! I would be interested if any natives can chime in on this thread. I would like more advice, too!
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It has been cold lately, and New Years always seems cold to me. Prepare to bundle up but hope for warmer weather!

The fireworks on the river are nice but. I don't like the large rowdy crowds and usually don't go down there. The crowds congregate around Jackson Sq so try to move "down the river" a little bit to watch the fireworks.
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Dan, we have reservations at Muriels for New Years Eve at 9:00. Or we've been thinking about going to Snug Harbor Jazz Club where they have Astral Project playing to avoid some of the craziness. I don't know who they are, so I am just going on the reputation of the club. Any thoughts or opinions as to Muriels or Snug Jazz? Thanks.
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