A New Orleans Tradition You Can’t Miss
Try Reveillon for an authentic taste of the Big Easy
Partaking in local tradition is one of the most exciting and authentic ways to enjoy a city. And in New Orleans, it’s the culinary holiday tradition of Reveillon dinners that you can’t miss. It began in the 19th century, when Creoles would fast all day leading up to midnight mass on Christmas Eve, then treat themselves to a sumptuous feast. Today, Reveillon dinners are offered December through early January all over the Big Easy, with many top restaurants dishing out their own takes on the lavish tradition. There’s a range of price points and unique menus to pick from, so dig in! And when the food coma sets in, decompress at the Royal St. Charles Hotel.