There's still only one French New Orleans with its balconies laden with
lacy wrought iron. From the Farmer's Market to the River Boats to the bistros
and blues that sound up and down Basin Street there is only one New Orleans.
Shuck oysters until you fill. Eat beignets till you're stuffed. Preservation
Hall, red beans, souvenir strings of glittery beads, poor boy sandwiches,
and chicory laced coffee are just a few of the treats you'll find in this
unique American classic.