America's Most Romantic Cities

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With the right travel companion, big cities can feel wonderfully intimate—and these stole the hearts of T+L readers.

No. 4 New Orleans

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Couples new or old will be hard-pressed to resist New Orleans’ sensual charms, starting with its food. The city took top honors in the poll for notable restaurants, from Galatoire’s (for Louisiana Creole) to relative newcomers like Domenica (for sophisticated Italian). Choose the rhythm that suits you two: a leisurely walk through Jackson Square; listening to live jazz on Frenchmen Street; falling into the “second line” in a Sunday-afternoon brass-band parade in the Tremé; or diving into the mile-long nighttime party on Bourbon Street.

America's Most Romantic Cities

No. 4 New Orleans

Couples new or old will be hard-pressed to resist New Orleans’ sensual charms, starting with its food. The city took top honors in the poll for notable restaurants, from Galatoire’s (for Louisiana Creole) to relative newcomers like Domenica (for sophisticated Italian). Choose the rhythm that suits you two: a leisurely walk through Jackson Square; listening to live jazz on Frenchmen Street; falling into the “second line” in a Sunday-afternoon brass-band parade in the Tremé; or diving into the mile-long nighttime party on Bourbon Street.

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