Wild Sam Field Guide - New Orleans
- Founded in 2012, Wildsam points travelers to unforgettable experiences.
- Wildsam Field Guides shed light on the lesser known, the complex, the real things, through our series of American field guides. Both the city series and road trip series explore via prose and personalities, mixing together historical anecdotes, local interviews, literary memoir and hand-drawn maps, all in service of a deep understanding of place.
- The guides also offer a highly curated list of recommendations, the kind of smart list a close friend might offer.
- Home to good-timers and romantics, New Orleans retains an unmistakable sense of itself, an honest, eccentric, deep-feeling city that embraces of its ghosts and its newcomers alike.
- Inside find 145 pages of local stories, travel intel and modern lore, including:
- Iconic restaurants for New Orleans’ classicsJazz greats, by instrument
- A comprehensive list of Mardi Gras Indian tribes
- A short story from William Faulkner
- A bartender-approved cocktail crawl
- Famous cookbooks of the twentieth century
- A glossary of only-in-Nola architecture
- Letters from Louis Armstrong and Tennessee Williams
- A perfect twenty-hour hour itinerary
- One writer’s tale of giving birth during Katrina