Cajun Dancing

Cajun DancingIf there is one word that sums up New Orleans in all regards it is ‘Cajun’. Cajun food, Cajun music and Cajun Dancing are all iconic parts of the New Orleans culture. If you are looking to find all of these in one great place there are plenty of establishments to grant your request.

Cajun music and food are non-participant activities for those who are not as adventurous but for those of you who want to try your hands, or feet rather, at something new Cajun dancing is just the thing for you. The Maison on Frenchmen St. in the French quarter has swing dancing classes on Mondays and Tuesdays. With live music you can get in the groove and get fun and funky with our local Cajun culture. Learn on the fly with the Friday night dance parties. Either way, The Maison has you covered when it comes to dancing.

Mulate’s is another great venue to throw on your dancing shoes and rub elbows with the locals. This original Cajun restaurant not only has amazing Cajun food but live Cajun music and dancing every night. Located in the Arts District across the street from the convention center and the Riverwalk, Mulate’s is the perfect place to dance the night away.

Once you have partied your heart out and worn blisters on your feet from dancing up a storm, we are happy to have you call us your home away from home. Book your New Orleans hotel with us. Reservations are quick and easy with our online booking. Prop up your sore feet and have a relaxing night’s stay here at St. Charles Inn. We look forward to seeing you.