Hoda Kotb’s New Orleans: Her Favorite Foods, Best Streets, and Why You Should Come for Jazz Fest

Uncover the vibrant heartbeat and unique soul of New Orleans with Hoda Kotb, a proud native of that legendary city. She has strong opinions about the city’s rich culture, from the warm embrace of her favorite street to the simple delights of quintessential restaurants like Mr B’s. Plus, for her, there’s nothing like the magic of Jazz Fest, where music and freedom converge in an unforgettable Spring celebration.

00:00 Introduction
1:11 What Restaurant Feels Most like New Orleans?
1:58 What’s the Best Week to Visit New Orleans?
2:58 What’s the Best Tent at Jazz Fest?
3:15 Where’s the Best Place to Hear Music?
4:22 What’s the Best Street?

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Hoda Kotb’s New Orleans: Her Favorite Foods, Best Streets, and Why You Should Come for Jazz Fest

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