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JW Marriott New Orleans Offers All-Inclusive Wine Dinner

Hotel Celebrates New Orleans Wine and Food Experience With Special Five-Course Meal

NEW ORLEANS, LA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/16/14 -- This May, the city of New Orleans will sate its collective appetite with the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE). The JW Marriott New Orleans is proud to offer its own contribution to the festivities with an all-inclusive, five-course wine dinner, Wednesday, May 21, 2014.

The dinner will be hosted at the hotel's sophisticated yet comfortable Canal Street Grill. The gourmet five-course wine dinner at the American restaurant in the French Quarter will offer unique pairings throughout the evening:

  • A reception with Chianti Classico; Seared Foie Gras, Swordfish Satay and Sweet Potato Gnocchi
  • A first course featuring Gabbiano Pinot Grigio and a Caribbean Flavored Lobster Bisque
  • A second course starting with Bellezza Riserva and featuring Purse of Smoked Duck Confit
  • A third course with Chianti Classico Riserva and Covey Rise Pork Tenderloin Encroute
  • A fourth course featuring Alleanza Toscana and a Roasted Pear and Tallagio Tart
  • A final course with Moscato D' Asti and Satsuma Bavarian

The dinner includes a meal, wine, tax and gratuity for $120/person, with reservations recommended. This is just one of the spectacular hotel deals offered at this property located in the French Quarter. For more information, contact the hotel at 1-504-525-6500.

The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience is one of the premier events in the Big Easy, showcasing what the city does best. In its 22nd year, this New Orleans festival has become one of most incredible culinary events in the nation, attracting over 10,000 gourmands and connoisseurs as well as art and music lovers. The Canal Street Grill is one of hundreds of participating wineries and restaurants, offering fine dining in New Orleans with local flavor and innovative new creations inspired by diverse cuisines. Top chefs from around the city create culinary experiences like no other.

Hotel guests are invited to discover the epitome of old-world charm and modern convenience at the JW Marriott New Orleans. This luxury French Quarter hotel offers nearly 500 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, accented with lush amenities.

Guests hosting a New Orleans meeting or event need look no further -- this luxury hotel is ideal for grand conferences, or for intimate celebratory events on our stunning terrace with city views. For weddings and galas, planners can choose the Ile de France Ballroom with its crystal chandeliers, French doors and seating for up to 750 guests.

The JW Marriott New Orleans benefits from a prime location in the Business District, within steps of the excitement of Bourbon Street. Visitors looking to explore New Orleans will find the Aquarium, Insectarium, Harrah's Casino and historic St. Charles Street just minutes from the hotel's doorstep.

Every guest can experience the sophisticated soul of the Big Easy at the JW Marriott New Orleans hotel in the French Quarter.

About the Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel

This 4-star New Orleans hotel is located near the Convention Center, Harrah's Casino and in close proximity to the Business District. Along with unique dining options and exceptional amenities, the JW Marriott New Orleans offers two concierge levels, 487 well-appointed rooms and 9 luxurious suites on 30 floors. For meetings and small group functions in New Orleans, planners can book any of the property's 18 meeting rooms (with 19,000 sq. ft. of total meeting space) using the hotel's QuickGroup system. Merging old world charm and modern style, this four-star hotel's lobby has recently undergone a full renovation.

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JW Marriott New Orleans
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Deidra Lundy
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JW Marriott New Orleans
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