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In the Crescent City, there’s a second line parade, happy hour, or dance party going on literally any time of day.
Living in a 24/7 party town means the FOMO is real, but it also means there are plenty of ways you can impress and surprise a date -- whether it's your first time meeting up or your love has stood the test of time.
Here are 25 date ideas in New Orleans, including a mix of high-end, cheap, and free options, because everybody deserves a lovely night out.
It’s just a half hour outside of New Orleans, but thanks to 23,000 acres of wetlands, this national park feels Deliverance-level secluded.
Fortunately, a boardwalk path makes the swamps easy to navigate.
In addition to native flora, egrets and nutria, you might see a massive alligator -- but mortal peril is sexy! Twenty life-size storybook sculptures populate this live-oak shaded garden, because who wouldn’t want to have their first kiss in Cinderella’s pumpkin chariot?
Walk among the art and just be sure to keep things G-rated, as Storyland is a family establishment.
Thanks to a heated saltwater pool, sauna, and average winter highs that hover in the 60s and 70s, you can swim all year at this luxurious Bywater destination.
The Country Club is a bar, restaurant, and tropical paradise all rolled into one.
They even offer a Saturday Drag Brunch at no additional cost beyond your meal, if you're feeling adventurous.
Plus, the sauna affords you the ability to check out your date in their bathing suit.
Everything looks just a little bit brighter through beer goggles, so throw a couple bikes in your hatchback and cruise up the Tammany Trace, a former rail corridor turned hiking/biking path, until you hit the Abita Brewery. It’s a thinly veiled excuse to drink as much free beer as you possibly can.(Just be sure to sober up before you cruise back down the Trace.) Gulf oysters are bigger, meatier, cheaper, and -- let’s face it -- sexier than any other bivalve on the planet.Plus, you can’t swing a strand of Mardi Gras beads without hitting one of the city's many excellent oyster happy hours. Head to Frenchmen and venue-hop until you find a place where the vibe, music and drinks strike your fancy.That might be an intimate jazz club, or it might be a street corner with a brass band and a tamale stand.