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Beth's City Guides

 

Beth D'Addono, New Orleans Local Expert

About Beth

Beth D'Addono

Beth D'Addono is a food and travel writer obsessed with flavor, exploring cultures, street music and the city of New Orleans.

Beth writes about New Orleans and other destinations for outlets including USAToday, AAA Traveler, Taste, Country Roads and others.

Her book 100 Things To Do in New Orleans Before You Die delivers an authentic New Orleans experience for lifelong New Orleanians, transplants and visitors. Take an audio tour here. She also wrote The Hunt New Orleans, a local's guide to restaurants, shops and experiences.

Special Interests

Beth knows a lot about:

  • New Orleans equals magic.
  • Eating great food.
  • Uncovering unexpected pleasures.

Beth's Special Recommendations for New Orleans

Beth says, "Don't leave New Orleans without eating a barbecued shrimp po'boy at Liuzza's at the Track.


10Best Lists by Beth D'Addono

10Best places to watch the game in New Orleans
10Best List

New Orleans is a sports hub, hosting the Sugar Bowl annually as well as regular stops for the Final Four and Super Bowl. It's no secret that New Orleanians bleed black and gold. If you are ever tempted to drive...

 

10 Best things to do with kids in New Orleans
10Best List

You might not think to take the kids on a New Orleans vacation if you haven't been here before - or if your experience is limited to the party scene on Bourbon Street.  But New Orleans is a city of families with...

 

10Best New Orleans lunch spots for a midday feast
10Best List

In the hierarchy of New Orleans meals, lunch and brunch are equally critical. A person needs energy to handle a full day of this vivacious city, and a plate full of fried chicken and red beans and rice can be that...

 

10Best hot spots for sizzling New Orleans music
10Best List

Essentially an island squeezed between the Mississippi River and Lake Ponchartrain, New Orleans is a city defined and shaped by waterways. Nicknamed the Crescent City because of its quarter-moon shape, New Orleans...

 

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