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1 Feast on a Famous Fried Favorite

Liuzza's, a neighborhood institution, boasts the best fried dill pickles and the coldest beer in town served in frosted schooners.

2 Order a drive-through Daquiri

Yes, that's right. You can order cocktails "to go" in New Orleans. Of course, we encourage everyone to do this in moderation.

3 Tour Longue Vue House and Gardens

A Colonial Revival Estate built by Sears and Roebuck heir Edith Stern, Longue Vue is a must see, and its gardens are a great place to pretend you're a Southern belle.

4 Down a Jacques-Imo's Café po boy

Famous for its fried roast beef po boys and alligator cheesecake, Joaquimo's is right next door to another New Orleans institution - see No. 21

5 Go to Jazzfest

An incredible 10 days of music and culture. Too many big names to mention. Incredible food. Enough culture to last you a whole year.

6 Request Oysters Rockefeller at Antoine's

A New Orleans institution, Antoine's is another must see. Or must taste. Also a great place to rub shoulders with New Orleans politicians, celebrities, and other food lovers.