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New Orleans Restaurants Pay Tribute to 'Discovery' With Live Music, Drinks Downtown

Kristin Diable to Perform Inside Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel

NEW ORLEANS, LA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Discover a classic pastime in the French Quarter with a lively "Global Day of Discovery" as one of the premier hotel bars in New Orleans gets set to host an evening of classic cocktails, live entertainment and complimentary appetizers.

Aptly dubbed "Discover New Orleans with Classic Cocktails," this special event is set for Thursday, June 26 at Bar UnCommon inside the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel. The discovery is set for 8 to 11 p.m. with food and drink specials planned throughout the night while the soulful New Orleans artist, Kristin Diable and The City, perform live beginning at 8:30.

The New Orleans luxury hotel's Bar UnCommon drink specials for the evening will include a $1 Abita Amber Draft and $5 Belvedere "The UnCommon Cosmo," along with everyone's favorites and the pub's entire signature designs as well. Complimentary appetizers to be served include coconut shrimp beignets with pepper jelly, boudin balls with horseradish mustard, sesame beef skewers with molasses soy, imported cheeses and spiced nuts.

The soulful sounds of the sultry Kristin Diable and The City during this live set are being brought to Bar UnCommon by the Renaissance New Orleans Arts and the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette hotels as they join the Renaissance brand in providing clientele with "a world of inspiring discoveries, wherever business takes you."

The French Quarter luxury hotel's location puts guests in the heart of the city's most vibrant district and with nearly 300 residential-style guest rooms and suites visitors can experience New Orleans while enjoying upscale amenities and exceptional service. The prominent New Orleans hotel is also home to one of the most popular restaurants near Canal Street. MiLa is an award-winning restaurant, where respected chefs bring the traditional flavors of Mississippi and Louisiana together to create tasty New Orleans cuisine.

An invitation for the June 26 "Global Day of Discovery" event and a RSVP link may be found by visiting http://marriottmarketing.com/ord/production/hostedContent/144915b/email_v2.html. Phone reservations may also be made by calling 504-525-1111 or by emailing [email protected].

About the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel

An historic New Orleans destination, the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel, built in 1925, welcomes guests to the French Quarter with contemporary styles and upscale features that make it one of the Quarter's most luxurious destinations. Boasting a décor that celebrates jazz, each floor of the hotel is dedicated to a jazz legend with designing photos by local photographers. Whether traveling for business or leisure, guests will find the hotel's boutique style and full-service amenities an ideal fit for their travel needs. The hotel's on-site dining, a refreshing outdoor pool and well-equipped fitness center are complimented by a spacious lobby, high-tech services and stylish meeting space so guests can relax in comfort and stay productive during their time in New Orleans.

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CONTACT:
Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette Hotel
817 Common Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112 USA
1-504-525-1111
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/msybr-renaissance-new-orleans-pere-marquette-hotel/

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