New Orleans is one of the greatest places in the world to eat, drink, and party. Everybody knows this. But with that eating, drinking, and partying comes an extremely high risk of making bad decisions (especially when done at these places). Here are the ones that you really need to avoid...
1. Hand Grenade number four
If three of these overproof, vaguely melon-flavored booze bombs don’t do the trick, you’re in trouble. You don’t want to taste one (or four) of these in reverse.
2. Open-toed shoes on Bourbon St
We’re not exactly sure what comprises the black toxic slop hiding inside the 200-year-old potholes on Bourbon, but you don’t want it on your feet, that’s for sure.
3. Taking home someone you met at the toilet-themed bar
The John seems as though it was invented specifically as an establishment in which one will make bad decisions. This is the ultimate one. Beware.
4. Walking home alone after some drinks, late at night/early in the morning
Not just a bad decision, but a dangerous one. Call a cab, and stay safe.
5. Eating Bourbon St pizza, EVER
There are so many places to find a great po' boy or muffaletta in New Orleans, why would you possibly choose to eat the saddest, soggiest, greasiest slice the world has ever known?