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Hi!

I'm Quinn - an artist and dessert enthusiast. Questions? E-mail QustomQuinns@gmail.com. Thanks for dropping in!

- No-Frills NOLA Travel Guide -

- No-Frills NOLA Travel Guide -

This was only my second time in New Orleans, but I seemed to make my way around pretty well (aside from my awful sense of direction). Below is a quick and dirty list of my favorite spots - places to eat, things to do, and of course, places to eat:

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Favorite breakfast: The Ruby Slipper

Anyone who wants a pancake flight, say 'I.' That's right - a flight of three different kinds of heavenly pancakes. The wait is brutally long, but we still happily spent two mornings at The Ruby Slipper.

Favorite tapas: Three Muses

With a rotating menu and amazing live music, there isn't anything to dislike about Three Muses. It was so nice we went twice (both trips).

Favorite bread pudding: Marigny Brasserie

Sit at the bar and enjoy some bread pudding (a la mode). It could be the allure of Marigny being right on Frenchmen Street, but I fell in love with the live jazz and dessert combo. Chris enjoyed Oceana Grill's bread pudding better, but I don't think you can't go wrong with either.

Favorite coffee: Cafe du Monde

Have a beignet (or 87) and have one at anytime. That's right, Cafe du Monde is open 24 hours. You're welcome.

Favorite spot: Frenchmen Street

With a more sophisticated vibe than Bourbon Street, Frenchmen Street features live music, an outdoor art market, and the best restaurants and bars. Just a 20 minute walk from the French Quarter and you will not be disappointed.

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What am I missing here, babes? Is anyone going to NOLA soon? xx

- Creating the Perfect Spring Outfit -

- Creating the Perfect Spring Outfit -

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