Naughty in N'awlins isn't just a bunch of parties, we bring in the top entertainers to entertain you each evening, giving you a world class event. Each night you can go to the main dance, or you can check out our amazing lineup of talented performers or do both.
Naughty in N'awlins has the worlds biggest (and only) "Swinger's Pride Parade". This is a truly unique and amazing opportunity and is worth coming in early to experience.
The Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel
Where Canal Street meets Bourbon Street, the Astor Crowne Plaza Hotel provides luxury, Four Diamond accommodations amid the beating heart of the legendary French Quarter. Discover a rich diversity of elegant comforts and conveniences, a Clothing Optional outdoor swimming pool.
We take an entire floor of our hotel and turn it into over 20,000 sq ft of play space. We have group rooms, private rooms, a dark room, dungeons, a room for singles, women only, semi private rooms, a room for toys and sybians and much more.
Like all of our "Naughty Events", we are going to have theme nights so you can dress up and we can create a true fantasy every evening.
The full theme night schedule will be out before October.
A packed schedule
The schedule will be updated up until the very day of the event and you can see last year's schedule here.
Seminars, workshops, Bourbon St. Parties, nightly Themed balls, entertainment, there is a lot to do if you are going to get Naughty in N'awlins.
See who's going...
Once you are a Naughty Members, you can email and chat with other attendees and even like other couples. If they like you back, it will create a match. That's how our Autodate works. This is a great tool that will allow you to connect with other couples that you are interested in and set up dates at the event.
Eating Out in Nola
Eating in the Big Easy
Eating out in New Orleans is a must. It's a religion. It's simply a necessary part of being in the Big Easy. The food is rich, sometimes spicy, always made with love.
Here is a short guide of places we recommend to eat near in the French Quarter. We have some tips to help you get in and enjoy dinner with friends.
We will be adding more places from time to time, so keep checking back.
Why eat at Acme, when Felix's is right across the street, usually with no lines. Acme is for tourists. Get the same food, for less right across the street from the back of the Astor Hotel.
If ya like oysters, then this is the place. Stand at the counter and the shucker will shuck 'em as fast as you can eat them. Can't do raw? Try the charbroiled, they are delicious. The fried oysters (and shrimp and catfish) are wonderful too.
This is one restaurant that you might be able to get a few people into quickly, as they have expanded and now have a lot more seats.
Oceana is a long standing favorite of our attendees, going back to the days when we were at the Royal Sonesta Hotel (which is directly across the street on Conti St).
They have one of the best breakfasts in town with some great local specialties that are not on the menu. Ask them about the specials to get some great options.
The restaurant has a variety of great local dishes, seafood and great bloody mary's. They have three floors, so it is easier to get into this restaurant than most.
The Ruby Slipper
This is our favorite place for breakfast, but there is often a line to get in. The Ruby Slipper is right on Canal St, near the Saint Hotel.
Tip: Get the app NoWait and you can check in on your phone and the app will tell you when to head to the Ruby Slipper. When you get there, you will skip everyone in line and get your table faster.
They have candied bacon (called pig candy), a variety of Eggs Benedict and bananas foster french toast that is heavenly. Try the Costa Rican breakfast or get something for lunch.
Tip#2: If you can't decide between two of the Eggs Benedict specials, they will give you the choice of two different ones on the same plate.
Eat New Orleans is in the residential section of the French Quarter, but worth the walk. Catering mainly to locals, this very small restaurant features local artist's work on the walls and plenty of works of art coming out of the kitchen.
With a farm to table concept, most of the food is locally grown and sourced for the freshest possible dishes. Because the restaurant is so small, make sure you call to make reservations at (504) 522-7222
Brennan's is a New Orleans classic restaurant on Royal St. They are famous for their Sunday Brunches, but you will get great service and a great meal no matter when you go.
9 Roses is a great Vietnamese restaurant located in the French Quarter. It is our favorite place for Pho, Bahn Mi sandwiches and rice bowls. Everything is very fresh and affordable.
This is a great choice for a quick snack when you don't want something heavy or friend.
There are many other amazing options, we will add some more places soon