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  • Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots
    At Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, home to horse racing since 1872, visitors wager on an extensive calendar of live races, or year-round simulcasts of other Louisiana tracks. Guidance from the program and tip sheet steer bets toward horses with impressive histories or names such as "Guaranteed Winner." Grandstand entry is free to all comers, letting customers sit outdoors beneath the warm sun and measure equine speed in relation to sips of beer ($3–$5) and bites of hot dogs ($4) from track concession stands. Alternatively, visitors can retire to the upscale clubhouse for more gourmet fare (most meals are around $9.95) while minding the strictly enforced dress code, which prohibits shorts, T-shirts, sandals, and evening gowns made out of Seabiscuit movie posters. Though not included with today’s Groupon, more than 600 new slot machines, ranging from penny slots to $1-per-game machines, entertain visitors while the thoroughbreds gear up for their next gallop.
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    1751 Gentilly Boulevard
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Gardens of Enchantment
    Since 2006, the landscaping pros of Gardens of Enchantment have brought their commercial and residential clients’ landscaping visions to life through a variety of services. The landscapers fertilize, aerate, and weed lawns, of course, but they also provide full landscaping makeovers. These overhauls might consist of installing irrigation systems to keep grass’s thirst quenched, or they might involve adding lighting systems that highlight the yard’s attractiveness when the homeowner’s association shuts the neighborhood’s retractable dome.
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    From Home
    New Orleans, Louisiana US
  • Mid-City Music Studio
    Signature service: Singing and piano lessons Established: 1995 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
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    Unknown
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Drive Sports Performance
    At Drive Sports Performance, coaches customize fitness programs to fit their clients, whether they're training one on one, in a group, or as a team. Body Blast group training, for instance, works toward slimmer frames and stronger bodies with indoor and outdoor exercises that each boot-camper takes at his or her own pace. Alternatively, hybrid sports training specifically readies athletes for competition and helps them perform at an optimal level.
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    3233 St. Bernard Ave
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Scene Magazine
    Scene Magazine filters the latest in film, television, music, and fashion through a Louisiana-centric lens, spotlighting notable residents and local events. Read, then recite from memory the bimonthly publication’s exclusive interviews with popular musicians, including the hypnotizing indie-rock outfit Florence + the Machine and local jazz vocalist Kristin Diable. A one-on-one chat with Vampire Bill from HBO’s True Blood diverts television aficionados and wooden-stake manufacturers. Of-the-minute fashion trends get a public unveiling in "The Fashion Scene", with local models, stylists, and makeup artists offering up analysis and tips. Scene Magazine also keeps readers informed on happenings at major industry events, including South by Southwest, the Cannes Film Festival, and the annual ceremonial explosion of the Hollywood sign.
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    1918 North Broad Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Love's Chicken & Seafood
    On Fridays and Saturdays, Love's Chicken & Seafood stays open for 24 hours, preparing hot comfort food around the clock. Patrons can order traditional breakfast plates with grits, eggs, and bacon or opt for po' boys piled with roast beef, pork chops, or oysters. Each day, cooks also serve up a special, such as fried chicken with smothered cabbage, corn bread, and rice to throw at any newlyweds who might walk by.
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    2201 St Bernard Ave.
    New Orleans, Louisiana US
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