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Things to do in September in NOLA

Pierre St-Jean

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - September is almost here and there are so many things you can do in New Orleans. From its various restaurants, festivals, events, sports events, and more. Here are some of the activities you can do in the Big Easy.

1. COOLinary

COOLinary started in July and will still offer two-course lunch, brunch, or three-course dinner deals until September 5, 2021. There are over 70 restaurants participating in the event, which include Antoine's Restaurant, Tujague's Restaurant, Café Degas, and Brigtsen's Restaurant.

2. Southern Decadence

Southern Decadence is an event that celebrates the LGBTQ+ community held on Labor Day weekend. It started nearly 50 years ago and includes events such as drag shows, pool parties, bar events, community events, and many more.

3. Labor Day weekend

Summer is ending soon and Labor Day weekend is the last long weekend of the season. If you're planning to visit New Orleans for Labor Day, try visiting the museum, go dining outdoors, and try some of the popular foods in NOLA.

4. Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is held from September 15 to October 15. It celebrates Hispanic heritage and culture and you can celebrate the occasion by visiting Hispanic-owned businesses or learn more about Hispanic history in the city.

5. Tales of the Cocktail

The Big Easy is known for having several classic cocktails, such as the Sazerac, Hurricane, Vieux Carré, and more. Tales of the Cocktail is an annual event that celebrates cocktails and bartending and features seminars, workshops, and panels. 2021 marks the 19th year of the event and it will be held online and in-person from September 20 to 23.

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