When you think of New Orleans Thanksgiving, for tens of thousands, the thought is, and perhaps the primary thought is, the Fairgrounds.
In many respects, the New Orleans Fairgrounds epitomizes the Big Easy—it’s a gamble, but we’re having fun regardless.
Whether one drinks beer while watching the ponies from the lower grandstands or paying for the smorgasbord and champagne at tony prices, it’s all about relaxing, being among friends and family and betting on the future, until next Thanksgiving, that is.
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