New Orleans neighborhoods are where the culture and creativity of the Crescent City come to life. From the historic French Quarter to the elegant Garden District to the music-filled Marigny- there is great food, music...more
About New Orleans
New Orleans is a magical place with a unique culture and way of life. Explore our about New Orleans pages to learn more about the city in preparation for a trip you'll never forget!...more
It is said that New Orleans residents should have five good costumes ready to go at any given time. Celebration is at the core of the New Orleans' experience, and to get a true taste of the city, every visitor should...more
New Orleans has many distinct neighborhoods that offer nightlife options from incredible live music on Frenchmen Street to intimate cocktails just a neighborhood away. Harrah's Casino caters to the high rollers at heart...more
In New Orleans, a great drink is just as important as a great meal- and great music for that matter. Check out our list of New Orleans libations and the bars, pubs and lounges where they can be enjoyed....more
Traditional New Orleans Foods
Familiarize yourself with these dishes and be well prepared to savor forkfuls of the culture, tradition and recipe perfection that have earned New Orleans its culinary legacy....more
Nothing says you're having a New Orleans event like the Riverview Room. Our French Quarter location, panoramic indoor and outdoor views, delightful cuisine and attentive services await your special occasion.
Description:The Riverview Room occupies the entire fourth level of the Jackson Brewery Millhouse in the heart of the French Quarter. It’s open spaces and outdoor terraces offer panoramic views of the Mississippi River, the French Quarter and the Central Business District. The comfortably elegant atmosphere of the room is accentuated with mahogany paneling, early New Orleans period lighting fixtures and plush carpeting. Floor to ceiling windows present ever-changing river views. Four terraces, two covered and two open, are available for guests to step outside and experience the charm of New Orleans. On the Decatur street balcony, guests can view the cathedral spires in Jackson Square, the expanse of Woldenberg Riverfront Park and the Paris-like skyline of the French Quarter.