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A Guide to the Historic Shops & Restaurants of New Orleans The Little Bookroom|Crane, Cameron 1 of 1
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Learn more about A Guide to the Historic Shops & Restaurants of New Orleans:

Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1892145278
ISBN-13: 9781892145277
Sku: 33950791
Publish Date: 8/5/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6H x 6L x 1T
Pages:  190
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The lush world of old New Orleans awaits behind the doors of select restaurants and shops that have delighted patrons for decades. Crossing these thresholds, the discriminating diner and shopper can step into scores of historic establishments, including an antebellum hotel in the Garden district, a dimly-lit absinthe house, a turn-of-the-century parfumerie, romantic antiques shops, and a wisteria-draped courtyard restaurant whose Cajun cuisine includes muffalettas, po'boys, Gulf shrimp remoulade, jambalaya, crawfish, oysters, beignets, and the world's first cocktail, the Sazerac. More than one hundred color photographs and reproductions are included.
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An illustrated guide to the most historic sites in New Orleans takes readers on a fascinating tour of this enigmatic city, from the absinthe house and nineteenth-century parfumerie to the Cajun restaurants that have made the city famous.An illustrated guide to the most historic sites in New Orleans takes readers on a fascinating tour of this enigmatic city, from the absinthe house and nineteenth-century parfumerie to the Cajun restaurants that have made the city famous.
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