Historic French Quarter Buildings.

Historic French Quarter Buildings. Historic French Quarter Buildings. There are numerous historic French Quarter buildings to visit in New Orleans. Below are just a few that you should see.   Madame John’s Legacy   Madame John’s Legacy Built in 1722 and rebuilt after the fire of 1788 this state property is one of the most…

Halloween in New Orleans

Halloween in New Orleans Halloween in New Orleans. New Orleans is the best city in the world to celebrate Halloween. We’re a scary city all year round but we crank it up in October. You want to get the most out of Halloween in New Orleans, so you’ll need costumes! Just one won’t be enough,…

Things to do – The Cabildo

Things to do – The Cabildo Things to do – The Cabildo. When you’re looking for things to do in New Orleans, the first place to go is The Cabildo. It’s on the corner of Pirates Alley and Jackson Square. You can’t miss it. The structure was built between 1795 and 1799. The building itself…

Talk like a Pirate Day

Talk like a Pirate Day Talk Like A Pirate Day If you’re going to open your lips and say something you might as well sound cool doing it! That’s why Talk Like A Pirate Day is so much fun. It happens every year on September 19th. So, sip some rum, string together some Aaarrrghs and…

Best Dive Bars in the French Quarter

Best Dive Bars in the French Quarter Best Dive Bars in the French Quarter? Cheap drinks in a cool yet somewhat questionable setting is what the Pirates of the Quarter like best. Once you’ve had your fill of hurricanes, hand grenades and 3-for-1 fun be sure to visit one or more of these places. Best…

Best places to eat in the French Quarter?

“Best places to eat in the French Quarter?” That’s the question we get all the time after our Pirates of the Quarter Tour. As Pirates, we don’t really go to any of those “fancy eatin’ stores”. Plus, we’d rather spend our money on rum! So, if you’re looking for cheap, good eats then check our…