New Orleans Favorites at Amusement Expo International 2020

New Orleans has a food dishes that cannot be experienced anywhere else.

Make your way to SoBou, where you can experience the French Quarter like a local. Expect food and drink that pays homage to New Orleans in a debonair ” though still rollicking “setting. Sip on well-made Sazerac cocktails while savoring fare like the foie gras burger or crispy oyster tacos. On weekdays, be sure to try their Two Bit (25-cent) lunchtime martinis.

Gianna Restaurant
Gianna is the newest addition to the Link Restaurant Group. Located on Magazine Street, this Italian-inspired eatery offers a host of antipasti, entrees, pasta, contorni, cocktails and more. Try their Feed Me Menu, which includes chef’s choice selection perfect for groups.

The Pelican Club
Chef Richard Hughes offers the 
rich legacy of Louisiana cuisine with contemporary preparations of the finest fresh ingredients including Gulf shrimp, Maine lobster, Black Angus and Prime steaks in clubby townhouse with paintings by local artists

Zasu is a Mid-City dining experience inspired by James Beard award-winning Chef Sue Zemanick’s Czech heritage and childhood. Its menu features savory and decadent appetizers, light and fresh seafood entrees and bold and unique dessert options.

Expo Headquarters: 
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
It’s all about location in New Orleans and the Hilton New Orleans Riverside places you at the center of it all. Nestled against the banks of the Mississippi River, guests can watch the ships come sailing in or dive into the city life just steps away. Grab a beignet, listen to live jazz, ride a streetcar, or hop into a parade, you never know what you’ll experience in the vibrant culture and excitement of New Orleans just outside the front door.
Click HERE to make your reservations today!
For more information on the Amusement Expo International, please visit the show’s official website:


Amusement Expo International
10070 W. 190th Place
Mokena, IL 60448


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