About New Orleans

Locals say that the South ends fifty miles north of New Orleans. In many ways, this is true. This city is home to a diverse music culture, world-renowned cuisine, voodoo, and Mardi Gras, one of the world's largest parties. New Orleans is a relatively small city which had little concern for what went on outside of it until Hurricane Katrina devastated the city 2005. Parts of New Orleans are still recovering from this disaster but the city's vibrant culture is back in full swing.

French Quarter

The French Quarter, or Vieux Carre in French, is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans. It lies in the crescent of the Mississippi River and consists of fairly narrow streets, reminiscent of European city planning, that reveal hidden courtyards and look up to wrought iron balconies. The architecture in the Quarter typically dates to the late 18th- and early 19th-centuries, and draws on French and Spanish influences. In the daytime, the French Quarter, especially the area around Jackson Square, is filled with tourists, street performers, and the occasional conman. At night, the French Quarter transforms into the stereotypical party scene. Barhopping college students, adventurous suburbanites, tourists, and others all populate the area until the wee hours.

Lower Canal Street

Once the main shopping district of New Orleans lined with popular department stores and theaters, Canal Street lost much of its grandeur to a sluggish economy in the 70s and 80s. Today, Harrah's New Orleans and an expanded convention center have helped this part of Canal Street to develop into a ten block strip of hotels, T-shirt shops and electronics stores. The Riverwalk Market Place, which is near the Aquarium of the Americas and the Ernest M. Morial Convention Center, also makes this a popular stop for tourists.

Central Business District

The scattered, mismatched skyscrapers and superbly odd-shaped Superdome of the Central Business District form the recognizable skyline of New Orleans. Several modern hotels, as well as older and established hotels are in the heart of the CBD and the New Orleans' business community. Bustling during the day with local businesspeople, this area lulls at night. Since the district is relatively empty at night, many of the guests from the hotels in the neighborhood head for the Quarter.

Garden District

This is the premier New Orleans residential neighborhood, boasting the tremendous oak tree lined Saint Charles Avenue as its most-famed street, and home after home epitomizing the antebellum's Greek Revival architecture. Only a walking tour will do this dazzling district the justice it deserves. If you visit the city, you must see the lush, overgrown gardens and grand mansions that line these streets. The Garden District has many well-known residents, including Trent Reznor, Archie Manning, and Anne Rice, the famous author of many vampire novels.

Mid-City

Mid-City usually goes unnoticed by the average tourist until Jazz Fest, when thousands of eager visitors, bedecked in shorts and tank tops, crowd onto the Esplanade bus to reach the New Orleans Fairgrounds. Quiet and verdant with trees, Mid-City attracts locals to its wide offering of moderately priced restaurants, New Orleans City Park, and the New Orleans Museum of Art. For tourists, Mid-City is home to impressive aboveground cemeteries, including Metairie Cemetery, Oddfellow's Rest, and St. Louis Cemetery #3.

Uptown

Oak lined streets, Victorian mansions, and college cafes are staples of New Orleans' thriving Uptown neighborhood. St. Charles Avenue and Pyrtania Street offer examples of Colonial Revival architecture. The neighborhood is also home to Tulane and Loyola Universities. In addition to the mansions and universities, many pleasant coffee shops, antique stores, and restaurants crowd the small spaces between the fantastic homes of New Orleans' upper class. Residents and visitors alike jog the two miles through Uptown's gorgeous, Spanish moss-filled Audubon Park each morning.

Warehouse District

Having outgrown the once-appropriate title, this historic New Orleans' neighborhood is no longer frequented by blue-collar factory workers. Instead, it is now a vibrant arts district populated by the city's young professionals. Some of the best art galleries in the city sit beside restaurants that offer excellent cuisine. In addition, locals and tourists crowd into the streets of the district during festivals such as Art for Art's Sake, when plenty of wine, cheese, gumbo, and art clutter the sidewalks and the shops.

  • Audubon Zoo

    6500 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4629
    From the critter-filled swamps of Louisiana to the grasslands of Africa, you can explore some of the Earth's most intriguing habitats and the creatures that dwell within them at this world-class zoo. Rated one of the top zoos in the United States, it features two rare white tigers as well as Komodo dragons.
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

    1 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4629
    Aquarium of the Americas is a world-class aquarium with state-of-the-art exhibits, allowing visitors young and old to experience underwater nature first hand. Visitors immerse themselves in the major marine and submarine habitats of North and South America, including the Caribbean Sea and the Amazon Rainforest. The aquarium also features thousands of fish, reptiles and birds native to these habitats.
  • Entergy IMAX Theatre

    1 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4629
    The Entergy IMAX features the wonders of nature captured in three stories of vivid, in your face, color. These movies, usually an hour long, complement the nature themes introduced by the Aquarium and other Audubon facilities. This IMAX is an entertaining and educational window into the natural world.
  • The Cabildo

    701 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 6968
    This structure was built between 1795-1799 to house the city council when New Orleans was a possession of Spain. Today, the Cabildo is the flagship of the Louisiana State Museum. Interactive exhibits illustrate the history of Louisiana from European explorations to the post Civil War Reconstruction era. This stunning museum is located on Jackson Square near the St. Louis Cathedral. Group tours are available. The museum is closed on legal holidays.
  • St. Louis Cathedral

    615 Pere Antoine Alley New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 9585
    The Cathedral of St. Louis IX, King of France, began as a minor basilica, but became an established parish in 1720. The graceful beauty of the St. Louis Cathedral and its surrounding courtyards makes it a sight to behold. Located on a bank of the Mississippi River, the cathedral is considered one of the greatest symbols of Catholicism on the North American continent.
  • Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve

    419 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 589 3882 / +1 504 589 2133
    Jean Lafitte National Historical Park consists of six sites in and around New Orleans. The park honors Cajun culture in general and Jean Lafitte in particular. Lafitte was a pirate and smuggler, who came to the aid of General Andrew Jackson in the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812. The visitor center has historic walking tours of the French Quarter and is a great starting place for information regarding the other sites around New Orleans.
  • Longue Vue House & Gardens

    7 Bamboo Road New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 5488
    This Greek Revival mansion is home to original English and American antiques and eight acres of formal gardens and decorative fountains. Although florals vary with the seasons, visitors can count on a spectacular display year-round. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Longue Vue House & Gardens features ever-changing exhibits. A gift shop sells horticulture and decorative items, children's gifts and reproductions from the Longue Vue Collection.
  • Old U.S. Mint

    400 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 2022
    This Greek Revival building was first used as a U.S. and Confederate Mint in 1835 and produced money for the Federal Government until 1909. Throughout its existence it has served many purposes, including minting money and housing soldiers for the Confederate Government during the Civil War. Today, Old U.S. Mint is home to jazz and Mardi Gras exhibits as well as important historical archives. The mint also houses two gift shops, the Coin Vault and Louisiana Music Factory, which sell unique items. Own one of these as a remembrance of your visit!
  • Presbytere

    751 Chartress Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 6968 / +1 800 568 6968
    The Presbytere, built in 1790, was originally called the "Ecclesiastical House." It served as a courthouse and a commercial business before becoming one of five buildings in the French Quarter that make up the Louisiana State Museum. Exhibits focus on paintings, furniture, pottery, clothing and every kind of craft or relic imaginable, as long as it illustrates Louisiana's culture and colorful past.
  • Mercedes-Benz Superdome

    1500 Sugar Bowl Drive New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 587 3663
    Seating 87,500, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is one of the largest stadiums in the country. The dome is home to the New Orleans Saints football team and the Tulane University Green Wave. This stadium also hosts conventions, exhibits, concerts, and the occasional Super Bowl game.
  • Our Lady of Gaudalupe Catholic Church

    411 North Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 1551
    If you head just north of the historic French Quarter, you will find this spectacular example of late Victorian architecture at its best. Our Lady of Gaudalupe Catholic Church was founded in 1826, making her the oldest church in New Orleans. She contains many antiques that date back to the year of her birth in the 1800s. Tours are conducted by appointment. Admission is free.
  • Natchez Steamboat

    600 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 800 233 2628 / +1 504 569 14041
    Natchez Steamboat features full-service catering from the on-board galley and is docked at the back of JAX Brewery. This three-decked sternwheeler offers two cruises daily with narration by a professional guide. For your dining and listening pleasure, there is a cocktail bar, live jazz and an optional Creole buffet. Dinner prices are not included in the cost of admission. Children under three ride free. Reservations are required, so call to confirm schedule and prices.
  • Gray Line Tours

    1 Toulouse Street Wharf New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 569 1401
    View the entire city of New Orleans from the comfortable motor coaches of Gray Line. These tours are informative, although you may not get much up-close experience from the bus window. Gray Line's tour begins in the French Quarter with interesting narrations, describing the historic buildings, Creole cottages and elegant mansions unique to the Vieux Carre. You may get on or off at your discretion, catching the tour again later at another point. Gray Line also offers tours that include a two-hour cruise aboard the steamboat Natchez. These tours change seasonally, so please call ahead for details.
  • Le Monde Creole

    1000 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 1801
    Le Monde Creole is a living history of the Locoul family through five generations. Shrouded by trees and plants, walk around the long courtyards, the patios and witness the journey of the family home through the turbulent times of American history. Pre-arranged tours are available in English and French, just call in advance. You will be taken through the French Quarter, eerie cemeteries and narrow passageways. Smoking is not allowed. Tours generally last for about two hours. Open daily 10.30a onwards.
  • Mardi Gras World

    1380 Port of New Orleans Place New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 361 7821
    Mardi Gras World is where Mardi Gras is created. Here, you can catch the artists and builders of the world famous floats hard at work. There is a gift shop where you can buy Carnival memorabilia, so you can say you have seen Mardi Gras and have something to show for it. Mardi Gras World is a fun trip for children, as a chest full of costumes affords them the chance to dress in true Carnival style.
  • Cajun Pride Swamp Tour

    110 Frenier Road LaPlace, LA 70068 United States - Phone: +1 800 467 0758
    Cajun Pride Swamp Tour is a fun and informative way to see a scenic swamp and wildlife refuge. You might see a whole zoo's worth of creatures including: alligators, bald eagles, waterfowl, owls, beavers, raccoons and even black bears. Tours generally last about two hours.
  • Beauregard-Keyes House

    1113 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 7257
    The Beauregard-Keyes House was built in 1826 by a wealthy New Orleans auctioneer. This “raised cottage” features Doric columns and handsome twin staircases and was once home to General P. G. T. Beauregard who occupied the house with several members of his family from 1865 to 1867. From 1944 to 1970 it was the residence of novelist Frances Parkinson Keyes, who wrote a book about the General.
  • Old Ursuline Convent

    1100 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 3040
    The Sisters of Ursula established Catholic schools for African-American and Native American girls and set up the first orphanage in Louisiana. The convent is now home to Catholic archives dating back to 1718. It is the oldest building on record in New Orleans and the entire Mississippi Valley. It sits across from another historic site, the Beauregard-Keyes House, and is part of the Archbishop Antoine Blanc Memorial. It is open for self guided tours.
  • New Orleans Pharmacy Museum

    514 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 565 8027
    In 1823, the first licensed pharmacist in the United States, Louis J. Dufilho Jr. opened an apothecary shop here. This Creole-style town house doubled as his home, and he cultivated herbs needed for medicines in the interior courtyard. Exhibits highlight milestones in pharmacy and medicine. The exhibits include various medical widgets, gizmos and gadgets, some practical and some not.
  • Pitot House

    1440 Moss Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 0312


    This typical West Indies-style plantation home, restored and furnished with early 19th century Louisiana and American antiques, dates back to 1799, when it became the home of James Pitot, the first mayor of incorporated New Orleans. It is near city park and is a short cab ride from The French Quarter. You may tour this historic New Orleans landmark.
  • Benachi House

    2257 Bayou Road New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 7484
    Nicholas M. Benachi, a consul of Greece, built this grand house in 1858. Located on the intersection of Bayou Road and Esplanade Avenue, Benachi House is considered to be quite an exotic presence. Jim Derbes, who received the 1985 Honor Award for restoration, has brought it to its present beauty. Appointments all through the house are descended from various styles such as Victorian, Rococo revival, Gothic, classical and Empire.
  • Woldenberg Riverfront Park

    1 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 565 3033
    Woldenberg Riverfront Park, a green oasis of 20 acres stretches along the old Governor Nicholls Street wharf to the Aquarium of the Americas at Canal Street. This promenade is located in the heart of the city and is scattered with numerous works by local artists. It boasts hundreds of beautiful trees such as oaks, magnolias, willows and crepe myrtle. Sit on one of the many benches and view the city's busy port, second only to Amsterdam in tonnage.
  • Saint Roch and the Campo Santo

    1725 Saint Roch Avenue New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 5961


    During an epidemic in 1867, a local priest prayed to St. Roch, the patron saint of plague victims. When everyone survived, a Gothic result was in order. There is a small room just off the altar where you may leave gifts (medical supplies or other symbols of healing). There is a collection of these items (sometimes bizarre) for public viewing. The chapel is not always open so you should call before visiting.
  • Church of Saint John the Baptist

    1139 Oretha C Haley Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70113 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 1726


    Set in the New Orleans skyline is the gilded dome of this beautiful Church of Saint John the Baptist. Built in 1871, its most noteworthy features are the stained-glass windows crafted by artists in Munich, the Stations of the Cross, and the sacristy murals painted during and after the World War by Belgian artist Dom Gregory Dewit.
  • Magic Walking Tours

    327 Belleville Street New Orleans, LA 70114 United States - Phone: +1 504 588 9693
    Magic Walking Tours, a creation by Richard Rochester are historical tours with a bit of mysterious theater, plus a ghost story or two thrown in. There are several tours daily: Saint Louis Cemetery Number One, the French Quarter, the Garden District, the Voodoo Tour, and the Vampire and Ghost Hunt Walking Tour. Reservations are not necessary, but do call ahead for a schedule as they are subject to change. Meeting places vary.
  • Haunted History Tours

    97 Fontainebleau Drive New Orleans, LA 70125 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 2727
    If you are a history buff or just love a good scare, then consider one of the Haunted History Tours. These are walking tours led by one of a number of area experts who specialize in the history of ghosts, voodoo and haunted places. Featured attractions include the Saint Louis Cemetery Number One and areas related to voodoo and witchcraft, as well as French Quarter locations that have had documented ghost sightings. There is nothing quite comparable to a good ghost story outside the cemetery gates at dusk.
  • Historic New Orleans Walking Tours

    First Street New Orleans, LA 70179 United States - Phone: +1 504 947 2120


    If you are into the authentic history of New Orleans, then the Historic New Orleans Walking Tours will not disappoint. Robert Florence, author of two books about New Orleans cemeteries and the Garden District, has written the guide for each walking tour. Florence is meticulous with details and knows how to tell a good story. Tour guides are carefully chosen for their combination of knowledge and ability to entertain. Each walking tour begins at a different spot, depending on which part of New Orleans you wish to tour. You can travel to Congo Square, an active voodoo temple, the St. Louis Cemetery Number One, or a section of town not many of the other companies include, the Garden District and Lafayette Cemetery. Contact the company for times and rates. No credit cards accepted.
  • John James Audubon

    2 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 8777
    John James Audubon tour, takes passengers aboard the Sternwheeler on a tour of the Audubon Zoo and the Aquarium of the Americas. Four daily trips depart from the Riverwalk (in front of the Aquarium) at 10a, noon, 2p and 4p. Return trips leave from the zoo at 11a, 1p, 3p and 5p. Tickets can be purchased for one-way. Round trip tickets can be purchased with or without aquarium and zoo admission. Combination tickets will save you the most money.
  • 1850 House

    523 Saint Ann Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 6968
    You can find this historical landmark in the middle of the French Quarter on one of the city's busiest streets. 1850 House was designed by the famous James Gallier Sr., whose Gallier House is also a historical landmark. Both the upper and lower areas are an excellent representation of life in New Orleans in the mid-1800s. The interior depicts striking differences between the lifestyles of an upper middle class family and the servants who worked for them. This well-preserved townhouse is one of two historic structures formerly owned by Baroness Micaela Pontalba. There is a gift shop and bookstore on the first floor.
  • Louis Armstrong Park

    North Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 286 2100
    Louis Armstrong Park made of grassy knolls and lagoons is named after world-famous musician and native son, Louis Armstrong. His statue, by Elizabeth Cartlett, is near the brightly lit entrance on the outer boundary of the French Quarter. Ironically, Armstrong was not allowed to play in the now well-known clubs during his career. Other landmarks including Congo Square and the Morris F.X. Jeff Municipal Auditorium surround the park.
  • Louisiana Office of Tourism

    529 Saint Ann Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 800 334 8626 / +1 504 568 5661
    Located conveniently amid the French Quarter and close to Louis Armstrong Park, this stop should be at the top of every tourist's list. Louisiana Office of Tourism Information Center has hundreds of brochures about the sights in the city as well as complete listings on where to eat, drink and be merry. Information about the tax-free program for tourists with visas is also available.
  • Madame John's Legacy

    632 Dumaine Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 6968


    This is the only example of West Indian architecture combined with early Creole home design in the French Quarter. The Madame John's Legacy building standing today was constructed in the late 1700s after the original was destroyed in fire. The name of the museum is taken from a French sea captain who bequeathed his estate to his mistress on his deathbed. In 1998, the structure underwent extensive restoration and is now open as a state museum featuring exhibits about architecture, restoration and archaeological finds. The second floor features art exhibits.
  • Saint Louis Cemetery Number One

    3421 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 5065
    Located on the boundary of the French Quarter, Saint Louis Cemetery Number One is the oldest cemetery in the city. The above ground burial practices are typical of swampy New Orleans, where early settlers soon discovered that coffins buried in the ground would float to the surface after a hard rain. There are many ornate family tombs and vaults, but for safety reasons you are encouraged to visit these attractions with a tour group.
  • Washington Artillery Park

    750 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 4784


    Jackson Square, in the heart of the French Quarter, contains a church, a seat of government and major stores. Along with all of the other important elements, there is a historic landmark called Washington Artillery Park. It is a raised concrete area creating a great spot to stop and relax while you watch the paddle boats glide down the Mississippi. The mounted canon is a model of the same canon used in the Civil War. This monument honors the local 141st Field Artillery of the Louisiana National Guard that saw action from the Civil War through World War II.
  • American Aquatic Gardens

    621 Elysian Fields New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 0410


    Faubourg Marigny ("fauborg" is French for suburb) was developed in the 1800s by Bernard Marigny, a wealthy planter. If you cross Esplanade Avenue from the French Quarter, you will find coffee houses, bookstores, restaurants, and music clubs equal to those found in the neighboring Quarter. Bernard would be proud of all the beautiful greenery found amid this little neighborhood, especially that of the American Aquatic Gardens. On a good weather day it is a nice walk to this commercial nursery. This is a wonderfully relaxing place to observe a variety of grasses, reeds, and water lilies. Several artistic fountains create pleasant water sounds.
  • Lafayette Cemetery

    1400 Washington Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011
    From the gates of Lafayette Cemetery you can see the lavish above-ground vaults and tombs of the families that once lived in the surrounding Garden District mansions. Mansions that were built by American newcomers when the French Creoles made them unwelcome in the older part of the city. Gates are open during working hours, but it is not advisable to walk about the grounds alone. Guided tours are offered by Save Our Cemeteries.
  • The Van Benthuysen-Elms Mansion and Gardens

    3029 Street Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 9200
    Elms Mansion is one of the most gracious and elegant homes in the Garden District. Built in 1869, it has played host to confederate President Jefferson Davis on a number of occasions. It boasts marble fireplaces and stained glass windows. Careful restoration has created a home of beauty making it more than suitable for the number of receptions held here. Call ahead to know more.
  • Milton H. Latter Memorial Library

    5120 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 596 2625


    The Beaux Arts mansion was built in 1907. It was given to the city in 1948 by the Latter family and is now the most elegant public library in the Crescent City. Milton H. Latter Memorial Library building is one of the few mansions on Saint Charles Avenue that is open to the public. You can ride the Saint Charles streetcar to this historic landmark and take in other sights of interest and beauty as well.
  • Casino

    1 Palm Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 4888


    Casino is a Spanish Mission-style building built in 1913. This favorite stop for tour buses features a standard fare of Po-Boys, hot dogs, and ice cream. There are other conveniences including restrooms and a playground. A nearby stage often features live music. There is a lagoon behind the Casino where you can hire paddleboats and canoes.
  • Mardi Gras Fountains

    Lakeshore Drive New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 4784


    Lake Pontchatrain is a popular spot for locals and tourists, especially on good weather days. Sunset at the lake is a perfect time to stroll along the waterfront. While there, be sure you take special notice of the fountains. The walkway from the parking area to the fountains has a series of ceramic tiles bearing the names, symbols, and colors of the different Mardi Gras krewes—the tight-knit groups that build the floats for New Orleans' famous carnival.
  • New Orleans Botanical Gardens

    1 Palm Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 4888


    New Orleans Botanical Gardens is spread across 10 acres of tropical conservatory, including a water lily pond, formal rose garden, azalea, camellia gardens and a horticultural garden. Scattered throughout are fountains and sculptures by world renowned artist Enrique Alferez (a New Orleans local). Take a guided tour or browse through the library and gift shop located in the lovely Pavilion of the Two Sisters.
  • The Paddlewheeler Creole Queen

    1 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 4567 / +1 800 445 4109(Toll Free)
    Paddling along the Mississippi River is a great way to spend time in the city. Enjoying a buffet lunch while you glide along the river and take in the sights is the stuff of vacation dreams. The refreshing trip is bound to give you a considerable appreciation for the beauty of the area. Book your Paddlewheeler Creole Queen tickets and discover for yourself these scenic surroundings. 
  • Smoothie King Center

    1501 Dave Dixon Drive New Orleans, LA 70113 United States - Phone: +1 504 587 3663 / +1 800 756 7074 / +1 504 587 3822(Box Office)
    Located adjacent to the Louisiana Superdome, this arena serves as a venue for concerts, festivals, conventions, banquets, exhibits and trade shows. It is also home to the New Orleans Hornets and a number of sporting events like the Nokia Sugar Bowl Basketball Classic.
  • Magazine Street

    Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 342 4435 / +1 866 679 4764(Toll Free)
    Whenever you are in New Orleans for business or pleasure, a must stop is Magazine Street. This is the street that has it all no matter what your shopping needs are. Whatever you're looking for, be it women's fashion (Total Woman), men's fashion (Style Lab for Men), vintage clothing (Recycled), children's clothing (Pippen Lane), shoes (Feet First), or accessories (Filly Handbags & Accessories), Magazine Street is the place to be. When you start to work up an appetite, try seafood (Casamento's Restaurant), French cuisine (Lilette Restaurant), Mexican (Nacho Mama's Mexican Grill), southern (Upperline Restaurant), farmer's markets (Crescent City Farmers Market), chocolates (Blue Frog Chocolates), cafe's (PJ's Coffee and Tea Co.), or bars (St. Joe's Bar).
  • Robin Street Wharf

    1380 Port of New Orleans Place New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 2551


    Robin Street Wharf is a highly trafficed wharf from where different cruises depart to various areas in New Orleans. This port has the infrastructure to handle one of the largest cruise vessels in the world. People take cruises to destinations like Montego Bay, Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Mexico to name a few. Inland cruises are taken to places like Natchez, Mississippi, Hannibal and St. Louis, Missouri, St. Paul, Minnesota, Louisville, Kentucky, Chattanooga and Nashville, Tennessee, Cincinnati, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • New Orleans City Park

    1 Palm Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 4888 / +1 504 483 9377
    It's just impossible to get bored of New Orleans' plush City Park. Sprawled over 1,500 acres, this welcoming oasis attracts hordes of people every day. You'll find lovebirds sharing some time together, children playing around, joggers doing their daily rounds and people absorbing the park's beauty. Camps, field trips and an amusement park are the facilities for children. Sports lovers can choose from golf, football, tennis and lots more. The park also provides the perfect setting for weddings, picnics, birthdays or other special functions. If you're a nature lover, you can volunteer to help protect this beautiful park.
  • Al-Islam Mosque

    2626 Magnolia Street New Orleans, LA 70113 United States - Phone: +1 225 342 8119


    Al-Islam Mosque was founded in 1962 in a working class area of New Orleans. The head priest of the mosque is known as the 'Imam'. The mosque has a membership of about 200 people, mostly composed of African-Americans. But these have been dispersed by the Katrina hurricane. The place also attracts a lot of non-Muslim students of Islam, and Arabic language in particular, making it a symbol of cross-cultural exchange.
  • Masjidur-rahim Mosque

    1238 North Johnson Street New Orleans, LA 70187 United States - Phone: +1 504 827 0017


    Masjidur-rahim literally means compassionate. The mosque is located in the Broadmoor neighborhood, and has become a symbol of Jewish-Islamic cultural exchange and dialogue. Prayers, discussions and community service are regularly held between various community leaders, turning to reality the dream of unity in diversity.
  • French Quarter

    Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 4784(Tourist Information)

    The center of all cultural activities, the French Quarter is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans. The city of New Orleans literally built around the main square of what was then known as the Vieux Carré after the city's founding in 1718. However, most of the area's buildings come from the early 19th Century, when the city was acquired in the Louisiana Purchase. Although originally settled by French Creoles, by the early 20th Century they were mostly gone from the French Quarter and bohemian culture began to boom in the area. Today, Architectural delights like Jackson Square and its Saint Louis Cathedral will pass you by as you saunter down the streets. The French Quarter's single most famous landmark, Bourbon Street, is a nightlife mainstay, being the main drag of Mardi Gras. Replete with rich architectural history and cultural implications, the French quarter is thronged by people of all ages.

  • Hurricane Katrina Tour

    500 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 569 1401


    Hurricane Katrina, the unforgettable catastrophe in New Orleans has left reminders of that fateful day in August of 2005. You may never be able to comprehend what everyone may have endured, but you can surely witness the remnants of the destruction. Take a guided tour through the various affected sites and educate yourself about the causes, effects and precautions. The Grey Line employees, who themselves lost several possessions to the disaster, conduct the tour keeping in mind the sentiments of the citizens. Tour times change monthly, so call or check the website to confirm.
  • New Orleans Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau

    2020 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011
    Do you want to know when the next Mardi Gras will be? All you need to do is jot down this address and number in your diaries. They will aid you during your stay in New Orleans. Come by to get maps that will make your navigating skills easier. Collect coupons or information on various events, shopping and convention services from here. Call them or check their website.
  • Royal Street

    417 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 800 672 6124
    Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in the city, well known for its businesses, that deal in antiques and artwork from all over the world. This impressive street is surrounded by French and Spanish colonial architecture on all sides and emanates a distinct old-worldly look. The shops dotting this street are filled with consumers having an eye for quality, authenticity and detail. The quality of merchandise is unmatched and sometimes, just talking to the shop owners can be an educative experience. Make this street your next shopping destination for all that is antique and unique.
  • New Orleans Culinary History Tours

    4648 Lafaye Street New Orleans, LA 70122 United States - Phone: +1 504 427 9595


    New Orleans Culinary History Tours showcase the cuisine of New Orleans, a large part of the city's cultural heritage. The tour takes you through some important historic landmarks that have contributed to the evolution of the city's famous cuisine. Some of the places that are visited as part of the tour are Napoleon House and St. Louis Cathedral. Visitors get to listen to stories about the French Quarter, learn about historic cooking techniques and even hear what was served in restaurants in the pre-Civil War era. This is a perfect pass-time for enthusiasts of history and food. This place opens at 2pm from Monday to Tuesday and from Friday to Saturday
  • Hermann-Grima House

    820 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 5661
    Hermann-Grima House is a historic home of a prosperous Creole family who enjoyed an exquisitely elegant lifestyle. Built in 1831, this beautiful Federal mansion has a rear gallery that overlooks a beautiful courtyard. The huge central hall and gracefully curved staircases give you the feel of the bygone Golden age of New Orleans. Original beds, antique furniture and other items displayed lets you take a peep into the daily life of American Creole families before the Civil war. Restored to its original splendor fastidiously, the huge mansion showcases American architecture of 1800s. Tours are conducted Monday to Friday at 10 am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm.
  • New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park

    916 North Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 589 4841


    New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park, provides an ideal platform for all to experience and share the cultural history of jazz in New Orleans. The park aims to educate visitors through its database of information, on the origin and development of jazz in America. A hallmark feature of this site is the Perseverance Hall whose historic significance is that black jazz performers, played for black or white audiences in the 1800's. The park hosts special jazz events several times a year. The seasonal concerts for Christmas are extremely popular.
  • Touro Synagogue

    4238 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 4843


    Touro Synagogue was formed with the merger of two existing Jewish congregations of New Orleans: the German Jewish Shangarai Chasset and the Sephardic Portuguese Jewish Nefutzot Yehudah in 1828. Touro is now a reform synagogue and plays an active role in the local community, especially with its annual Jazzfest Shabbat—which coincides with the New Orleans Jazz Festival.
  • St. Alphonsus Irish Community Center

    2030 Constance Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 8116


    St. Alphonsus Church was built by the Irish Catholic community of New Orleans in 1855. New Orleans had many Catholic communities namely French, Irish and German. St. Alphonsus has Italian architecture with beautiful stained glass windows. After the merger of the Catholic parish, St. Alphonsus stopped conducting masses which are now held only at St. Mary's Assumption Catholic Church. St. Alphonsus is a cultural center with museum about immigrants. It has also been featured in one Anne Rice's novels: The Witching Hour.
  • St. Mary's Assumption Catholic Church

    2030 Constance Street at Josephine New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 2495


    St. Mary's Church was built by the German Catholics in 1860 in the grand Baroque-style architecture. It contains a shrine dedicated to Father Francis Xavier Seelos who was beatified in 2000. Also present here is the to-be saint's coffin, relics and personal belongings. St. Mary's is also the parish church and holds services and masses. The church however sustained extensive damage due to Hurricane Katrina and need close to USD1 million for restoration.
  • St. Patrick's Catholic Church

    724 Camp Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 4413


    The Catholic community in New Orleans was well established and consisted of the French-speaking Creoles. This community did not welcome the new Irish immigrants who were also Catholic with open arms. The need for a Irish Catholic Church was addressed by St. Patrick's Catholic Church which was built in 1833. The Gothic church has beautiful interiors with crisscrossing arched ceiling, stained glass windows and beautiful murals. Visit this sanctity to offer your prayers or simply enjoy the tranquil surroundings of this place.
  • Global Wildlife Center

    26389 Highway 40 Folsom, LA 70437 United States - Phone: +1 985 796 3585


    Only 50 miles from the bright lights and wild nightlife of Bourbon Street lies one of the best kept secrets in Southeast Louisiana. The Global Wildlife Center is this country's largest completely free-roaming wildlife preserve. It's an African safari in New Orleans' backyard. Visitors can take a short trip across Lake Pontchartrain for a guided wagon tour that gets up close and personal with some of the most exotic animals in the world, more than 900 of which call this preserve home. Kids and kids at heart can feed giraffes, bison, zebras, and camels in an experience of a lifetime.
  • Marconi Meadow

    1 Palm Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 2896


    Marconi Meadow is a 25-acre green area surrounded by lagoons, and cypress, oak and magnolia groves. The Meadow is an ideal place for festivals, concerts, events and picnics. It can accommodate over 25000 guests and includes a 50x100 foot shelter, a horseshoe pit, a volleyball court, softball area, a fishing dock and a playground. This is also the place to be if you wish to try hot boiled crawfish, jambalaya and cochon-de-lait!
  • Dillard University

    2601 Gentilly Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70122 United States - Phone: +1 504 283 8822


    Dillard University is a private university established in the 1930s. A comprehensive undergraduate institution, their aim is to create individuals/graduates who are educated, culturally aware, broad-minded and are concerned with improving society. They tend to lean towards promotion and knowledge of liberal arts, and teach students to reflect on spiritual values, make them technologically competitive and to prepare them for graduate admission.
  • The Mortuary

    4800 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 985 809 8001
    The Mortuary is like no other haunted house in the country because this majestic building once served as an actual funeral home. During the Halloween season, The Mortuary is a local haunted house that is highly effective at scaring a good number of people right out of their wits, with impeccable and minutely decorated rooms.
  • First Baptist Church

    5290 Canal Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 5775


    The First Baptist Church was founded in 1843 at 66 Julia Street in a small room. But later, a new 17-acre place of First Baptist was built in 2004. The relocation gave the church more visibility and state-of-the-art facilities. At the same time they also launched a building campaign to construct 40 new homes in the central city. The congregation of First Baptist keep seeking spiritually lost people in the city and take care of the forgotten.
  • Backstreet Cultural Museum

    1116 Saint Claude Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 4806
    In a city that celebrates like no other, the Backstreet Cultural Museum gives visitors the opportunity to explore the unique history and cultural significance of distinctively New Orleans' traditions that tourists rarely get to see. Intricate displays offer visitors insight into Jazz Funerals, Mardi Gras Indians, and Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs. Housed in a former Funeral Home in the Treme neighborhood, the oldest African-American neighborhood in the United States, the Backstreet Cultural Museum showcases these rich New Orleans traditions with the city's largest collection of hand-made, vibrantly colored beaded and feathered Mardi Gras Indian Costumes as well as an impressive library of memorabilia, still photos, and video footage of Jazz Funerals, Second-line Parades, and backstreet Mardi Gras Celebrations.
  • Hines Carousel Gardens Amusement Park

    1 Palm Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 4888
    In a world where the wooden carousel is nearly extinct, a 100 year old version is a sight to be seen and ridden. Under City Park's majestic oaks, the Hines Carousel continues to run after being painstakingly restored after hurricane Katrina. Children of all ages will enjoy a ride on the hand-carved horses of the last wooden carousel in Louisiana. After a spin on the carousel, ride the afternoon away on any of the other amusement rides in the collection including a Tilt-a-Whirl, Scrambler, Bumper Cars, and 40-foot Slide. Finish the day with a trip around the park in one of the open-air passenger cars of the Park's miniature train.
  • W.I.N.O.

    610 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 324 8000


    W.I.N.O., also known as the Wine Institute of New Orleans, offers patrons the opportunity to develop their palates and savor each sip. Classes like "Intro to Wine," "Treasures of the Loire Valley," and "Food and Wine Pairing" provide educational opportunities for wine lovers at every skill level. A state-of-the-art wine serving system behind the bar allows W.I.N.O. to serve samples by the ounce, half glass, or full glass from 80 different bottles at various price levels. Between sips, check out W.I.N.O.'s full wine and liquor store. With more than 300 labels in stock, you're sure to find a bottle to take home.
  • Bourbon Street

    Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 410 2396
    Originally known as Rue Bourbon, New Orleans' infamous Bourbon Streets runs the length of the city's French Quarter, although "Upper Bourbon Street" is what comes to people's mind when they think of the eight block stretch famous for its crazy nightlife scene, lined with bars and clubs of every genre. Initially a sought after residential neighborhood, eventually shifting borders and demographics saw Bourbon Street succumb to the same vices the city had become known for, becoming famous for its restaurants, nightclubs and other risque establishments. Today, this street is probably best known for its involvement in the Big Easy's greatest festival, Mardi Gras. Definitely a one stop destination if a crazy night out in New Orleans is on the agenda.
  • Jackson Square

    Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 410 2396
    Jackson Square, in the heart of the French Quarter, has been around since the 1700's when it was originally known as the "Place d'Armes." The center of the park showcases a large statue of Andrew Jackson. The square is surrounded by historic buildings including the St. Louis Cathedral, which is a minor Basilica. The square was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1960.
  • Royal Carriages

    1824 North Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 943 8820
    Royal Carriages offers entertaining and informative tours of New Orleans' historic French Quarter. Offering half hour and hour long tours for up to four people, carriage tours leave from Jackson Square daily from 8:30a to Midnight. Royal Carriages provides convention and guest services as well as services for weddings. This local family owned business will give you a great look at New Orleans' most famous and historic neighborhoods.
  • Abita Brewery

    21084 Louisiana 36 Covington, LA 70433 United States - Phone: +1 985 893 3143
    Founded in 1986, Abita Brewing Company, in its first year, produced 1500 barrels of beer. Today, they brew over 62,000 barrels of beer and 3000 barrels of root beer. Take a tour around this massive brewery and you would be delighted with this unique experience! Tours begin and end in the tasting room, where you can sample every Abita beer you've ever wanted to try. 
  • New Orleans Streetcar's

    8201 Willow Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 827 8300
    The New Orleans street car system, the oldest continuously operating street railway system in the world, includes three different lines, the St. Charles Avenue line, the Riverfront line, and the Canal Street line, and covers a total of about 13 miles. These lines run through some of the most beautiful areas of the city and facilitate access to popular neighborhoods and attractions such as the French Quarter, the Central Business District, Audubon Park, and the Aquarium of the Americas, etc. A one-way fare is $1.25 and transfers to other lines are available for an additional $0.25. Sadly, all three of these lines were non-operational following Hurricane Katrina, but as recently as June 2008, they are all up and running again at full speed. These beautiful old streetcars are not only an integral part of New Orleans's history, but they are a convenient means of getting around the city, and their charm makes them an absolute must-do for visitors.
  • Oak Alley Plantation

    3645 Highway 18 Vacherie, LA 70090 United States - Phone: +1 225 265 2151
    Step back into the Antebellum beauty of the old South with a tour of Oak Alley Plantation. A short drive from the city of New Orleans, Oak Alley Plantation gives visitors a glimpse into the life that once was for Louisiana residents. Visitors are invited to tour the mansion and grounds, including the quarter-mile-long picturesque canopy created by the stately branches of the 300-year-old oak trees that gave the former plantation it's name. Guides dressed in period clothing lead informative tours of the mansion. Oak Alley's signature Mint Julep's are available for sale at the mansion, and the Oak Alley Restaurant offers a full menu for hungry visitors. 
  • Paraplex Paranormal Complex

    4800 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 483 2350


    Explore the paranormal at New Orleans's Paraplex Paranormal Complex. Housed in an actively haunted three-story mansion on Canal Street, the Paraplex Paranormal Complex is home to exhibits and hands on displays that encourage visitors to engage all six senses. Exhibits include the Ghost Experience Simulator, Hollywood Vampires and Werewolves, the Haunted New Orleans Gallery and the Seance Room. A theater is on-site for special movie screenings and presentations. All guests, believers or skeptics, can wander the complex in hopes of having supernatural experiences of their own. This 14,000 square foot facility if the first of its kind in the world. Admission is USD $24 for adults and USD $20 for children 11 and under. - Bethany Culp
  • Trinity Episcopal Church

    1329 Jackson Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 0276


    Trinity Episcopal Church conducts a lot of programs for the welfare of the city. This church also offers Christian Formation classes. For further details, please check the website.
  • New Orleans

    New Orleans New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 5661(Tourist Information)
    One of the oldest cities in the United States, New Orleans is the prime seat of diverse culture and heritage. New Orleans gets its name from Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans and is credited as the birthplace of Jazz music. This city has a rich cultural heritage, one which can be witnessed in the numerous museums like New Orleans Museum Of Art, architecture, festivals and the general aura that the city emanates. One could also head to the New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park, or participate in Jazz Fests and other activities.
  • Nottoway Plantation

    30970 Highway 405 New Orleans, LA 70788 United States - Phone: +1 225 545 2730
    In 1859, when construction of Nottoway Plantation was completed, the sprawling mansion was one of the most regal of its time. Today, visitors have the opportunity to step into the grand lifestyle of the old South with guided tours of the property. One of the few plantations that survived the Civil War, this antebellum mansion has been fully restored to capture the opulent lifestyle of the original owners. In addition to guided tours, Nottoway Plantation features the Nottoway Museum and bed and breakfast accommodations. - Bethany Culp
  • Saint Louis Cemetery Number Two

    3421 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 5065
    Second to the original Saint Louis Cemetery, number two was built in the 1820s after the population in New Orleans increased, but there were outbreaks of yellow fever. This above-ground addition is located two blocks from Number One, both owned, operated and maintained by the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Tours are recommended, due to the unsafe surrounding neighborhood.
  • Tremé Villa

    1418 Governor Nicholls Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 1136

    Part of the New Orleans African American Museum, Tremé Villa stands for much more than is perceived by the naked eye. An example of creole villa constructions, the formerly known Meilleur-Goldthwaite House is now a chief exhibition space for the museum. The site popularly known as being the first brickyard, today is the spot for many visitors to witness the old world grandeur of this simplistic villa.

  • Canal-Algiers Ferry

    Canal Street New Orleans, LA United States - Phone: +1 504 363 9090
    The five-minute free ride on the Canal-Algiers Ferry is a great alternative way to see the French Quarter and experience NOLA outside the tourist zone. The Canal Street terminal is conveniently located on the edge of the French Quarter. The Algiers Point terminal is in a quaint neighborhood. Algiers Point, founded in 1719 with about the same size of the French Quarter, has quite a different atmosphere. Here you can enjoy a scenic walk along the river bank, chat with dog-walkers, see different types of architectures from Creole Cottages to Greek Revival, visit the Mardi Gras World, or just hang out at the local bar outside the terminal. The ferry runs every 30 minutes, leaving Algiers Point on the half-hour and hour and leaving Canal Street at 15 minutes to the hour and 15 after the hour. - Hoiyin Ip
  • Audubon Park

    6500 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4629
    Having started out as the nation's first sugar plantation, then an urban park, and finally renamed in 1886 as Audubon Park in tribute to John James Audubon who painted many of his famed "Birds of America" in Louisiana, the 340-acre Audubon Park and Audubon Zoo is a place one can truly and peacefully enjoy New Orleans's old-world charm: fountains, statues, gazebos, lagoons, giant oak trees, and the occasional horse-back riders and carriages. There are also a golf course, tennis courts, and a extremely popular 1.8-mile-long paved jogging track. Do walk along the outskirts of the park and be wowed by the historic buildings of Loyola and Tulane universities, as well as many elegant mansions.
  • Laura Plantation

    2247 Highway 18 Vacherie, LA 70090 United States - Phone: +1 225 265 7690
    Although Laura Plantation is not the flashiest in the area, it sure is the best documented, with 5,000 pages of documents discovered in the Archives Nationales in Paris, Laura's memoirs, and folk tales about the slaves. There are also hundreds of artifacts including photos and paintings of four generations of the Locoul family, as well as original furnishing. If you would like to know about Creole culture or the operation of sugar plantations in the 1800s, Laura Plantation is the place to visit. The staff is extremely knowledgeable about the subject, and lead tours every 20 minutes. The tour lasts about one hour. - Hoiyin Ip
  • Lafayette Square

    500 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 658 3201
    Lafayette Square is a public park that welcomes one and all. Designed by Charles Laveau Trudeau, it is renowned for the marvelous art work and sculptures installed here, such as statues of Henry Clay and Benjamin Franklin. Owing to its proximity to the government offices like USGSA Public Building Services, US Appeals Court, National Labor Relations and Federal Reserve Bank, it is packed with office workers during lunchtime. Lafayette Square also hosts concerts on a regularly that includes the popular Wednesday at the Square and Harvest the Music concert series.
  • Washington Square Park

    Off Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011 (Tourist Information)
    Washington Square Park is a historic open public space which is bordered by gorgeous little streets, all replete with French influences. A temporary campground offering music and free food was set up here during the relief work post Hurricane Katrina. As of now, the park plays host to numerous city celebrations, art and music festivals where all of the townsfolk come out to participate.
  • American Photo Safari

    828 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 298 8876 / +1 877 365 3836(Reservations)
    French Quarter souvenir shops stock racks of postcards adorned with picturesque photos of New Orleans. But why purchase a postcard when you can take a postcard-worthy shot of your own? Tour the French Quarter, while picking up pointers to improve your photography, with a workshop from American Photo Safari. Bring your camera and your walking shoes and learn how to improve your vacation photos while exploring famous French Quarter sights. Two-and-a-half hour and four hour photo tours and workshops are offered on weekends and throughout the week. Check American Photo Safari's website or call the office for tour times. -Bethany Culp
  • Slidell High School

    No. 1 Tiger Drive Slidell, LA 70458 United States - Phone: +1 985 643 2992
  • Lutcher Recreation Park

    Louisiana Highway 3193 Lutcher, LA 70071 United States
  • Old Spanish Fort

    Corner of Robert E. Lee Boulevard and Wisner Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70124 United States
  • Fontainebleau State Park

    62883 Highway 1089 Mandeville, LA 70448 United States - Phone: +1 877 226 7652(Toll Free)
  • Tammany Trace

    East Gibson Street Mandeville, LA 70471 United States - Phone: +1 985 867 9490
  • Old New Orleans Rum Distillery

    2815 Frenchman Street New Orleans, LA 70122 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 9400
    Whether you're a regular rum drinker or looking for an introduction to the classic spirit, Old New Orleans Rum Distillery is here to help. This fully functioning rum distillery in New Orleans's Ninth Ward is open for tours Monday through Saturday. The distillery's guided tour takes each visitor through every step of the distillation process before finishing the tour in the Old New Orleans Rum Distillery tasting room. Monday through Friday complimentary transportation is available from The Organic Banana in the French Market and from Huck Finn's on Decatur Street. Tour reservations are required if you plan to take advantage of the complimentary transportation.
  • Algiers Point

    Algiers Point New Orleans, LA United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011 (Tourist Information)
    Located across the Mississippi River from the bustling downtown area of the city, Algiers Point, fondly known as just 'The Point', is the city's rather forgotten neighborhood. Called the 'Brooklyn of New Orleans' on account of the stunning views of the city skyline that one can enjoy from the levee that lines the waterfront here, this charming area was once a busy town, being home to several businesses, and was also an entertainment hot spot, being home to several halls and venues. Today, this quiet neighborhood is truly a pleasure to visit, owing to the slightly rural appearance of its landscape and its rich culture. Do call to know more.
  • Joan of Arc Statue

    Decatur Street & Saint Philip Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States
    Visitors strolling down Decatur Street toward the French Market are sure to notice the statue of Joan of Arc that rises above the tiny New Place de France Park at the intersection of Decatur and St. Philip Streets. The people of France gifted this golden bronze statue of Joan of Arc riding her horse and carrying a flag to the city of New Orleans. The statue serves as the ending point for the annual Krewe de Jeanne d'Arc parade that strolls through the French Quarter each year on Twelfth Night to honor the Maid of Orleans's birthday.
  • The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial

    1 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States
    The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial, situated on the bank of the Mississippi River in Woldenberg Park, stands in honor of the more than six million Jewish victims of the Nazis during the Holocaust. The memorial sculpture consists of nine colorful panels, each painted with a different image. When the sculpture is viewed from different angles around the memorial, the panels appear to come together to create ten distinct images. Israeli artist Yaacov Agam created the memorial sculpture. The New Orleans Holocaust Memorial was dedicated in June 2003. - Bethany Culp
  • Andrew Jackson Statue

    Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States
    In 1840 plans were put into place to commission a statue of Andrew Jackson for the center of Jackson Square. The bronze statue of General Jackson atop his horse was completed on December 1, 1855, but was not unveiled in New Orleans until February 9, 1856. A crowd of nearly 25,000 people gathered around Jackson Square for the unveiling ceremony. Artist Clark Mills designed the statue at a cost of $30,000. The Louisiana legislature also had allocated $10,000 for the project. Most of the remaining funding for the project is said to have been donated by the Baroness Micaela Almonaster de Pontalba. - Bethany Culp
  • Mandeville Lakefront

    Lakeshore Drive Mandeville, LA 70448 United States - Phone: +1 985 626 3144(City Park Council)
    One of the best ways to enjoy the mystique and transcendent quietude of Lake Pontchartrain is to walk along the pathways at the Mandeville Lakefront. A stretch of green along the Lakeshore Drive, the Mandeville Lakefront is a popular place to take a stroll, play with the kids, have a family picnic, or just sit and enjoy compelling view of the lake. The park is open from sunrise to 2a every day. See the website to know more.
  • Besthoff Sculpture Garden

    One Collin C. Diboll Circle New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 2631
    Thanks to the generous donations from Sydney and Walda Besthoff, New Orleanians and visitors to the city can enjoy art-in-the-park at Besthoff Sculpture Garden. The nearly five acres that make up the sculpture garden in City Park are home to 57 large-scale works of art. The sculptures, situated among the park's large oaks and Southern magnolias, vary greatly in style and represent a range of classic and modern artists. Additionally, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden is free for all visitors. - Bethany Culp
  • Chalmette

    Chalmette Chalmette, LA United States
    Named after the illustrious plantation owner Martin de Lino de Chalmette, this historic place is easily accessible to visitors in New Orleans who can opt for a day trip here. Completely ravaged by the devastating Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, resilient Chalmette has picked up the pieces and rebuilt itself slowly but surely. A visit here is in order!
  • Mid-City

    Canal Street New Orleans, LA United States - Phone: +1 504 486 6266(Tourist Information)
    Like its name suggests, Mid-City occupies the middle of the city of New Orleans. Not very touristy in nature, this neighborhood is replete with live music bars and clubs that depend heavily on locals who revel in the distinctive flavors of the local food preparations. Walk by the historic Canal Street which is a particularly bustling thoroughfare and a great spot for people watching, or head down to Tulane Avenue which abounds in old industrial structures. Mid-City has never failed to capture the imagination of the discerning tourist.
  • Slidell

    Slidell Slidell, LA United States - Phone: +1 985 646 4375(Tourist Information)
    Located to the north east of New Orleans, Slidell owes its beginnings to the early 17th Century settler John William Gause who was instrumental in setting up the lumber industry. After 1910, the city showed impressive spurts in growth especially in ship-building, trading and the brickyard industry. As of now, Slidell attracts visitors for its legendary Southern warmth, Christmas parades, street parties and live entertainment which showcase the best of what New Orleans as a whole has to offer. Slide into Slidell; it's worth a visit!
  • Emeril's New Orleans

    800 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 528 9393


    A renovated warehouse in the Arts District is home to the flagship restaurant of star chef Emeril Lagasse. This world class dining experience will titillate your taste buds with the finest in Creole cooking and award-winning wines. The seafood menu includes such signature dishes as Portuguese-Style Steamed Clams and Mussels, Smoked Salmon, and Sundried Tomato Cheesecake. The building's original brick walls and existing water pipes have been rejuvenated into a contemporary jazz decor. Private dining rooms are available for parties or businesses lunches at the Emeril's New Orleans!
  • Antoine's

    713 Rue Saint Louis New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4422
    The original Antoine's, established in 1840, resided only a block from the restaurant's present location. This family-owned establishment, now in its fifth generation of management, bears the namesake of its creator, Antoine Alciatore. The French Quarter restaurant has 15 dining rooms, each with its own New Orleans-inspired decor. The service is adequate and the food is exceptional. The seafood entrees are among the best items on the menu, especially the Oysters Rockefeller, which were first created here before all others imitated.
  • Acme Oyster House

    724 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 5973
    Acme Oyster House has been a mainstay in the NoLa dining scene since its inception in 1910. This iconic restaurant, with its vintage neon signboard, serves up a unique take on local flavors. Their signature raw oysters are a must have, followed by coastal specialties like Poopa, French bread canopy stuffed with sausage and shrimp gumbo.
  • Emeril's Delmonico New Orleans

    1300 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 4937
    This turn-of-the-century restaurant has operated out of an old New Orleans home since 1895. Since Emeril's Delmonico New Orleans' re-establishment in 1997, the restaurant has been in the hands of world-famous chef, Emeril Lagasse. Warm Southern hospitality, as well as memorable food, makes this a popular spot with locals and visitors. As expected, the menu boasts classic items revitalized with Lagasse's inventive style of Creole cuisine. Appetizers include Turtle au Sherry and Emeril's Barbecue Shrimp. Entrees include Pan Roasted Mississippi Farm Raised Quail, Sautéd Rainbow Trout and Hickory Roasted Duck.
  • Court Of Two Sisters

    613 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 7261
    Court Of Two Sisters is filled with an ambiance found only in the Vieux Carre. A great reason to visit this restaurant is for its Jazz Brunch Buffet. It features delicious dishes including fish, fresh fruits, homemade bread and pastries. Overall, this Creole dining experience will capture your heart as well as your taste buds.
  • Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar

    509 South Carrolton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 9104


    This ultimate beer tavern has been a favorite watering hole since 1977. Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar boasts more than 400 brands of imported and domestic bottled beer and more than 40 on tap. The atmosphere is something like a sports bar, with eight color TVs, video poker games and pool tables. Surprisingly good cuisine makes the trip uptown on the trolley worth it. One example of the great bar food is the Cheese Fries, a favorite of the locals.
  • Alex Patout's Louisiana Restaurant

    720 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 7788
    Subdued lighting gives Alex Patout's Louisiana Restaurant an air of romantic mystery. Superior Creole cuisine and fine wine have made this a favorite place to dine for locals as well as visitors. Entrees include Cajun Smothered Roasted Duck, Louisiana Seafood Pasta, and other inventive Creole specialties. What would good food be without good service? The staff here makes sure all your dining needs are met with style.
  • Arnaud's Restaurant

    813 Rue Bienville New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 5133

    Situated in the French Quarter and a stone's throw from Bourbon Street is Arnaud's Restaurant, a classic Creole establishment boasting some of New Orlean's most famous dishes. Here, an elegant decor and classy setting add that extra ambiance that makes meals here something special. The menu is comprised of numerous Creole favorites, with an emphasis on seafood. There are live jazz performances, a separate bar and a romantic main dining room to ensure you can have whatever kind of evening you're looking for. 

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    418 North Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 5617


    Come enjoy rock-n-roll memorabilia as well as good food at this chain theme restaurant. Memorabilia from an assortment of American rock-n-roll stars, such as Elvis, decorate the walls. The decorations are an experience in themselves and there is a souvenir shop for Hard Rock collectors. The menu includes great burgers and salads, as well as a few dishes popular with the Cajun crowd. Reservations are required for parties of ten or more.
  • Haydel's Bakery

    4037 Jefferson Highway New Orleans, LA 70121 United States - Phone: +1 504 837 0190


    Three generations of Haydel's have been serving delicious confections for many years. This full-line bakery specializes in the "Cakes of the Crescent City." Also available are Cajun kringles, doberge, wedding and birthday cakes. In addition to cakes, Haydel's has everything from donuts and brownies to cookies and croissants, and each one is a true treat. They also cater conventions and fill mail orders year round with overnight air delivery to your door.
  • Crescent City Brewhouse

    527 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 0571


    This restored French Quarter building, Crescent City Brewhouse, is home to quality food and four types of brewed "in house" beer, from their very own brewery in the backyard. Music for your listening pleasure as well as art for you viewing make this a fine dining experience. The focus of this restaurant is on large portions and freshness. They cut and prepare all their own meat and fish daily. Menu favorites include the baked oysters prepared with either spinach, eggplant or crabmeat, Red Stallion mussels and Grilled Ribeye Steak. Seafood lovers can devour all these at the oyster bar here. The finest drinks and delicious desserts are the perfect way to end this lavish course!
  • Cafe Beignet

    334-B Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 5530
    If you are looking for a great tasting inexpensive lunch or breakfast, Cafe Beignet is the place for you. Staying true to their name, this restaurant serves the famous New Orleans beignets—fried squares of dough dusted with powdered sugar—as well as Belgian waffles, omelets, bagels and brioche French toast. Lunch is a mix of classic Creole dishes and traditional soup or sandwich midday fare. You may order wine by the glass or bottle from the exclusive Robert Mondavi Wine Bar.
  • Famous Door

    339 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 598 4334

    Famous Door, dating back to 1934, is Bourbon Street's oldest live music club still in business. The famous door refers to the front door of the bar that many celebrities and musicians have autographed. Inside there is a sunken dance floor situated in front of a glass-brick stage. The atmosphere is dark, loud, neon and raw. The acoustics and lighting system enhances the performances of the live New Orleans soul and blues bands. Later, when the live music ends, the older folks leave and the bar transforms into a dance club for the younger crowd. It is open from 4p onwards Monday to Wednesday, 3p onwards on Thursday till Friday and On Saturday and Sunday it is open from 2p.

  • House Of Blues New Orleans

    225 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 310 4999


    Founded in 1992 by Hard Rock Cafe creator Issac B. Tigrett, House Of Blues has grown into a multi-dimensional entertainment company featuring top-name blues, jazz and contemporary acts. Adjacent to each "Music Hall" is a juke joint-inspired restaurant serving "Mississippi Delta-Style" cuisine. Try the slow smoked baby back ribs, the Pacific Rim Tuna Steak or the cedar pan roasted salmon and finish off with the White Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding. In the afternoon it is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 4pm onwards.
  • Krazy Korner

    640 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 3157


    This live music club is one of the only Bourbon Street bars to feature origional music from local musicians. The bands emanate the raw, dirty and soulful feeling of the Blues every night of the week. Krazy Korner itself lacks any distinguishing characteristics—it is simply a long, narrow room with brick walls and low ceilings, but the vibe from the musicians inside draws crowds of music afficienados of all ages. There is no cover charge and the drinks are reasonably priced for Bourbon Street. It is open from Monday to Friday at 5pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
  • Embers "Original" Bourbon House

    700 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 595 3172


    The Embers "Original" Bourbon House occupies an 18th-century building that has been a landmark in the Crescent City for over 40 years. Dining here is like stepping into the Mardi Gras scene year round. The Carnival spirit and decor are sure indicators as to why this steak house is so popular. Dine with a view overlooking Bourbon Street and enjoy many delicious choices including steak, seafood and the ever-popular Creole and Cajun specialties. The kitchen serves lunch, dinner, and late night dining. The extensive wine list satiates every diner! It is open seven days a week in the evenings also from 5pm.
  • Old Opera House

    601 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 3265


    The "good time" atmosphere here makes you feel right at home—mostly because it is home to many famous New Orleans performing artists. The club is sparse with its bare brick walls and its plain wooden ceiling. The music is what really brings this club to life. Music styles range from blues to jazz and feature local performers. It is open from 5pm , Monday to Friday and 2pm onwards on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Pat O'Brien's

    718 Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 4823
    Pat O'Brien's is conveniently located in the hip French Quarter, and should be at the top of any tourist's must-do list. This bar has been a genuine New Orleans institution for more than 73 years. Stop in for one of Pat O's famous “Hurricanes,” a cocktail heavy on the rum and light on the cherry. You can sip your drink inside the snazzy piano bar or outside in the beautiful courtyard next to the gorgeous flaming fountain. And to satisfy your appetite, the courtyard menu offers something for everyone, whether it is dining for lunch, dinner or a late night snack.
  • Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro

    626 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 949 0696
    Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro as its name suggest is a cozy restaurant in the city that offers patrons some splendid jazz performances alongwith delicious food. A host of different artistes, each with their individual style entertain the audience who keep coming back for more. The subdued lighting and wooden furnishings make a rustic setting for the world class performances. The food and wine also celebrate the occasion.
  • Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville Cafe

    1104 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 592 2565
    What would you expect at a cafe owned by the legendary singer Jimmy Buffet, but such Caribbean-flavored delicacies as Changes in Latitude salads and Changes in Attitude soups, served to a musical accompaniment. Try the salads, shrimp and lobster dishes. And the fried catfish and fried crawfish are unforgettable. The cafe, housed in a historic Storyville building, features constant live entertainment by many of New Orleans' best-known musicians.
  • Michaul's Live Cajun Music Restaurant

    840 Street Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 5517


    Voted the "Best Louisiana Cajun Restaurant" by Louisiana Life, Michaul's Live Cajun Music Restaurant boasts the greatest viewing spot in the city for Mardi Gras. Live cajun music and free dance lessons make this the most festive dining experience in the French Quarter! The specialty here is authentic Cajun cuisine. Such culinary delights include Alligator Sauce Piquant which is a tender alligator in Cajun stew and the Catfish Pecan (catfish rolled in egg butter and then pecans). To wash it all down Cajun-style, try Michaul's Mamou Brew with a 32 ounce souvenir cup. Now this is Southern grub! This place opens at 6pm from Monday to Saturday.
  • Napoleon House Bar & Cafe

    500 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 9752
    This Parisian style cafe & bar has enchanted patrons for over 200 years with its charming courtyard and relaxed atmosphere of living history. Originally purchased to house Napoleon Bonaparte during an obviously unsuccessful plot to bring the exiled emperor to America, this structure soon found its true calling as a watering hole and gathering place for artists, writers, intellectuals and local characters of all sorts.
  • Remoulade

    309 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 0377
    This family-owned famous restaurant has created a casual and comfortable spot in the French Quarter. A full bar with sports and news television adds to the casual, fun atmosphere. Remoulade's plays host to a daily New Orleans food festival offering everything from gumbo, chock full of fresh seafood and good old American burgers. Regardless of what you choose, the price is always fair.
  • Country Flame

    620 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 1138


    This unassuming cantina, with its authentic, weather-beaten look, has joined dishes from Mexico and Cuba in ways that make up for whatever it lacks in atmosphere. The food is the priority at Country Flame, and promises a hearty meal on all occassions. The wait staff is friendly and serve your order in half the time. The selection of food is not only good but also inexpensive. The house specialties include fajitas with your choice of chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp. To wash it all down opt for a cold Corona.
  • K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen

    416 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 7394
    This newly refurbished and expanded house, originally built in 1834, offers Cajun cuisine by Chef Paul Prudhomme. The main floor remains the first choice for the casual diner. The second floor is formal and requires reservations. You can also dine on the balcony or in an intimate al fresco courtyard. Chef Paul's cuisine combines Creole and Cajun into what he describes as "Louisiana cooking." Not only is his food authentic, but you would also be hard pressed to find anything fresher; K-Paul's “no freezers” rule applies to everything on the menu, so even the daily specials adhere to this high standard of culinary excellence. Fried catfish fingers and bronzed salmon are just two of the many tantalizing items on the menu.
  • Mulate's Cajun Restaurant

    201 Julia Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 1492
    Established almost 20 years ago by Kerry Boutte, Mulate's has become known as the King of Cajun Dine and Dance. Mr. Boutte, a native of Cajun heritage, has created a forum combining great Cajun music and cuisine. Appointments such as ceiling fans and red checked table clothes reflect the simplicity of the Cajun style. The celebration comes alive every evening with live music from 7p. The menu boasts a variety of favorites of grilled or fried alligator and stuffed mushrooms. Entrees such as the Crawfish Etouffe and the Seafood Platter with Gumbo are worth checking out. The house special, Catfish Mulate is a culinary creation not to be missed.
  • Ralph & Kacoos Seafood Restaurant

    519 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 5226


    Ralph & Kacoos traditional seafood restaurant serves large portions of Gulf Coast seafood at reasonable prices. The interior of the restaurant is like an elegant ballroom crossed with an old brick warehouse. Crystal chandeliers and dinnerware mingle with exposed steel pipes and cracked walls. Menu items include gumbos, salads and charbroiled selections. Specific crowd pleasers include the Soft-Shell Crawfish and Trout Henry.
  • Galatoire's

    209 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 2021
    This Bourbon Street landmark is arguably the most famous restaurant in New Orleans. The grand dame of French/Creole dining, Galatoire's has packed them in since its doors opened in 1905. The French bistro setting is complete with wall-to-wall mirrors and ceiling fans that stir the rich aromas of fine French/Creole dining. Appetizer choices include shrimps, oysters, turtle soup and green salad with garlic.
  • Bayona

    430 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 4455
    Situated in a quaint cottage, Bayona charms diners with its picturesque decor consisting of flower arrangements, murals and photographs. Serving a New World cuisine that is strongly influenced by Asia, Spain and France, Chef Susan Spicer puts together an inviting meal. Sit in the courtyard amid the plants or enjoy the ambiance of the romantic indoor dining hall. The desserts are a must try with the Glazed Carrot Cake and Chocolate Bourbon Panna that are sure to take your breath away.
  • Broussard's

    819 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 3866
    Built in 1834, Broussard's was once known as the Borello Mansion. In 1920, Joseph Broussard and his wife Rosalie Borello opened the lower level of this mansion to the public as a small restaurant. The subtle elegance and the imperial decor are reminiscent of Napoleonic days gone by. Broussard's Parisian culinary training, coupled with his demand for perfection, made this a five-star restaurant. Choose from such Creole classics as Pompano Evelyn or baked filet of redfish.
  • Mr. B's Bistro

    201 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 2078
    A part of the Brennan family, Mr. B's Bistro features Creole cuisine served in an upscale ambiance. It has earned many accolades for its authentic menu and tantalizing flavors. Try the Panko Crusted Jumbo Shrimp or the Gumbo Ya Ya, both of which are traditional favorites. The heartwarming score on the live piano provides a pleasant backdrop to the meal.
  • NOLA

    534 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 6652

    NOLA, owned by famed chef Emeril Lagasse, is all about creating the best patron experience possible. This means that the service, decor and most importantly, the food, most all work off of each other. NOLA accomplishes this and more, with a beautifully decorated dining area complemented by impeccable service and a diverse offering of seafood dishes. NOLA is short for New Orleans, and is an appropriate moniker as this restaurant nicely captures the essence of the Big Easy.

  • Palace Cafe

    605 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 1661
    Palace Cafe was once the Werlein's music store, and is now home to the flavor of New Orleans. Making its debut in 1991, Palace Cafe has been under the direction of Chef Gus Martin, directing yet another Brennan family culinary creation. The restaurant is filled with beautiful iron work, vaulted archways and lively artwork. The menu is classic Louisiana cooking with an innovative flair. Two of the many signature dishes are Crab Meat Cheesecake and Oysters Pan Roast.
  • China Rose

    125 Robert E. Lee Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 283 2800


    Located minutes from downtown, this restaurant is on the Lake front. Chefs are hired directly from mainland China in order to prepare the best, most authentic Chinese cuisine in New Orleans. A newly renovated interior, offers the perfect atmosphere for any dining occasion. Full service catering is also available for your off-site dining convenience. This place opens daily at 11am.
  • Tujague's Restaurant

    823 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 8676
    The timeless Tujague's Restaurant is close to the heart of many locals and is also a memorable part of their life, due to its consistent quality over the years. One of the oldest dining places in town, its popularity can be gauged by the long line of patrons eagerly awaiting their turn at the many tables. It has been serving a blend of French and Creole specialties since 1856, with the Brisket served with horseradish sauce and the Oysters on Brochette being hot favorites.
  • Olivier's Creole Restaurant

    204 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 7734
    Oliver's is known for its Creole cuisine in the French Quarter for many years now. This family owned and run restaurant has been preparing recipes that have been handed down through five generations. No wonder then that their time tested dishes are so popular with the locals here. Traditional fare such as shrimp Creole and crawfish etouffée are the all time favorites. If you are undecided, try their Taster's Platter which has fish, oysters, crab, salmon cakes as well as their version of gumbo. So if you are longing for a delicious Creole fiesta, Oliver's is the best bet.
  • Five Happiness Restaurant

    3605 South Carrolton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 3935


    Located ten minutes from the Central Business District and Bourbon Street, this Asian fare was voted 'Best Mandarin Chinese Restaurant' by New Orleans Magazine. Five Happiness Restaurant is airy and open with Chinese artifacts and art throughout. Traditional Chinese dishes top the bill in this reasonably priced, yet sophisticated, eatery. The appetizers include Beef Teriyaki and smoked fish, and entrees are the best in town with Mined shrimp in bird's nest and Chinese backed duck.
  • Venezia Restaurant

    134 North Carrollton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 7991


    Venezia, this little bit of Italy, has been a thriving neighborhood eatery since 1957. Its casual presence is just right for a family's dinner night out or a fun double date. You will be transported to the Old Country as you dine surrounded by murals of Venice. The dark wood-paneled walls and flickering light of the candelabra help create a festive ambiance. This is a favorite haunt of New Orleans families as well as those from out of town. This feast of Italy, with a flair of Louisiana, can be found in the breaded veal or the crawfish pasta. The popular pizza pies cover the table with their giant size.
  • Cafe Giovanni

    117 Rue Decatur New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 2154
    Opened in 1991, Cafe Giovanni was recently renovated, doubling its capacity while adding a spacious dining room and a closed-in courtyard. Tables covered in white linen are romantically lit with votive candles, creating an authentic Italian cafe experience. Try the fried green tomatoes or duck classico with garlic glaze. A fine selection of wines complements the Italian fare.
  • Upperline Restaurant

    1413 Upperline Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 9822
    Set in an 1877 townhouse, Upperline Restaurant is brought up-to-date by a collection of modern paintings. This oasis of Southern charm and Creole traditions creates a nostalgic ambiance. For starters, try Crispy Sweetbreads with Mushroom Ragout and Grilled Filet Mignon or the braised Lamb Shank. You may complete any meal with the sweet treats, including a yummy crème brulee with crushed pralines.
  • The Rib Room

    621 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 7045


    Calling itself a "Rotisserie-Extraordinaire," this upscale, yet casual restaurant has been a favorite for both locals and tourists for the past 35 years. The Rib Room has a casual atmosphere and is usually filled with business people taking a break. It is best known for its slowly roasted prime rib and Creole classics. Try the Crawfish Salad, the Filet of Gulf of Mexico Fish seared in a fresh herb crust, or the Roasted Yellow Fin Grouper.
  • Bon Ton Cafe

    401 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 3386


    Located in the Central Business District, adjacent to the French Qaurter, Bon Ton Cafe boasts the title of the oldest Cajun restaurant in New Orleans. An old New Orleans ambiance surrounds you as you dine on great food, served by a friendly staff. The dining room is cosy and the staff is charming. The kitchen has served authentic cajun dishes from family recipes since 1950. The five course crawfish sampler is recommended. The turtle soup and oyster omelet are also quite good.
  • Brigtsen's Restaurant

    723 Dante Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 7610
    This renovated Victorian cottage contains Brigtsen's Restaurant. It is owned and operated by Marna Brigsten, who has created a Victorian era atmosphere and modernized to meet the dining needs of today's patrons. Every meal is prepared with the freshest of ingredients and exotic flavors to please the most discerning gourmand. Make reservations well in advance, as this place is popular.
  • Cafe Degas

    3127 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 5635


    The 19th-century French Impressionist, Edgar Degas, once lived in the fashionable Creole district. Cafe Degas is a charming place to eat outdoors, but with all the comforts of indoor dining. Located on Esplanande Avenue, this chic neighborhood restaurant provides a pleasant atmosphere whether you dine on a cool evening or a sunny afternoon. This casual but classy experience offers a variety of French fare. Reservations for parties of three or more are required.
  • Feelings Cafe

    2600 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 2222


    Dating back to the late 1700s, Feelings Cafe was once a slave quarters and an old Creole storehouse. The current incarnation has been in business since 1979. Careful restoration has preserved this historic place, making your dining experience all the more memorable. Favorite dishes include Chicken Clemenceau and Fried Artichoke Hearts over a Creole Mustard Sauce. The restaurant is perhaps best known for its delightful peanut butter pie. You may want to dine on the patio or try the balcony on weekends while the piano player tickles the keys on Friday and Saturday evenings. It is also open in the evenings, Thursday to Sunday, 5pm onwards.
  • Gumbo Shop

    630 Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 1486


    Enjoy traditional and contemporary Creole cuisine in the casual elegance of a restored 1794 cottage. Muraled dining room walls and a lovely garden patio set the stage for a delightful dining experience at Gumbo Shop, found only in the heart of the Vieux Carre. A full menu of salads, sandwiches, daily specials and fresh fish are complimented by a large selection of wines by the glass. Menus are available in Spanish, French, Japanese and Braille.
  • Casamento's Restaurant

    4330 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 9761
    This Garden District restaurant takes their oysters so seriously that they close down when the little mollusks are not in season. Casamento's restaurant is small and sparse, but the atmosphere benefits from good-natured waitresses, who serve up fun with the food. The house specialty is scrubbed clean and well selected. Another delicacy is the Oyster Loaf, a big loaf of bread fried in butter and filled with oysters or shrimp and fried again to seal it. They also serve a Gumbo that is quite possibly the best in town.
  • Louisiana Pizza Kitchen

    95 French Market Place New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9500


    Louisiana Pizza Kitchen is great for the eyes as well as the taste buds. This dimly lit cozy restaurant features artwork by some of the best up and coming artists in New Orleans. The art rotates so frequently that each time you go there is something new to delight your eyes. The young, hip clientele arrives en mass for the wood fired gourmet pizzas. The pizza is, without a doubt, some of the best. Do not discount the many pasta dishes. The Roasted Chicken Manicotti is great teamed with a cup of their soup of the day or with a small Caesar salad.
  • Lucy's Retired Surfer's Restaurant & Bar

    701 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 8995


    During the day, Lucy's Retired Surfer's Restaurant & Bar serves as the perfect lunch break getaway for the young professional crowd working in the Warehouse District. At night, it is the after-work drinking hole for the same crowd. It is a great change of pace from the bars in the Quarter. The interior of this place resembles an old Tiki bar, and the staff wears Aloha shirts and occasionally straw hats. A California influence is apparent in the grilled shrimp and fish specialties. You will also enjoy a large selection of Southwestern breakfast dishes and burritos. It is open daily at 11 am.
  • O'Henry's Food & Spirits

    634 South Carrollton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 9741
    O'Henry's Food & Spirits is a fun spot for regulars and visitors, especially when you start with their complimentary, salted-in-the-shell peanuts. You are invited to throw the shells on the floor. In the midst of a city full of Cajun cuisine, this all-American establishment has made a name for itself. The casual atmosphere is a breather from the party-like atmosphere on Bourbon Street. Home to the most heralded burgers in New Orleans, this great grill house also serves super salads, seafood, chicken and of course steak. And just so you feel like you are really in New Orleans, they offer wonderful Cajun selections as well.
  • Pascal's Manale Restaurant

    1838 Napoleon Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 4877
    Pascal's Manale Restaurant has been famous for its original barbecue shrimp since 1913. If you go, do not expect much decor but the food is so good, you will hardly notice. The establishment's popularity results in a noisy gathering most every night. You do not have to worry though—this is a friendly crowd with social graces. Menu selections include fine seafood, delicious steak, and Italian specialties. It is open in the evenings too, Monday to Saturday at 5p.
  • Vic's Kangaroo Cafe

    636 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 4329


    This genuine Aussie pub is located in the Warehouse District but feels like its right in the middle of Australia. The local ambiance is embracing to all as the fun in the air becomes contagious. Thursday night here at Vic's Kangaroo Cafe, is jazz and Saturday is blues. The featured cuisine is Australian straight from the Outback! The food is everything you would expect from the outback, including many barbecued items and entrees such as Shepard's Pie. Beverages of wine and draft beer are compliments to your entree of choice.
  • Ye Olde College Inn

    3000 South Carrollton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 3683


    Ye Olde College Inn has been owned by the Rufin family for over 60 years, and they know their food! This is a place for locals and visitors to come for good down-home cooking. True to its name, it is just a few blocks from Tulane University, so you are likely to see a few college kids suffering from serious pizza burnout and looking for a taste of home. Think "true Southern soul food" and you have the Inn's menu. There's fried chicken, green beans, black-eyed peas and cornbread for starters, to the best lemon ice box pie and pecan pie.
  • Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

    429 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 5800


    Enter the world of Forrest Gump when you dine at Bubba's in the French Quarter. Bubba Gump's offers you varied dining options, including the private dining room, courtyard or balcony. Naturally, this would have to be a casual, fun place otherwise it would not suit Forrest. This is a great place to bring the kids. The menu offers a variety of dishes from ribs to catfish and of course shrimp. The entrees include the Bourbon Street Mahi Mahi and Mama Blue's Southern charmed fried shrimp.
  • La Madeleine

    601 South Carrollton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 8662


    This home away from home, is bathed in rustic European charm. La Madeleine, the quaint cafeteria-style restaurant is conveniently accessible. The restaurant is filled with plain wooden furniture and the staff in white coats and hats, gives it a countryside feel. La Madeline features a country breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as baked breads and pastries. Make sure you try their famous tomato basil soup and their Caesar salad.
  • Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar

    739 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 4440
    This family owned and operated establishment is nationally known for its version of oysters on the half shell. Louisiana seafood is served in a casual, friendly atmosphere at Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar. Oysters are not all that is tasty here. Fresh Louisiana seafood along with traditional New Orleans dishes with Cajun and Creole specialties are also served. Reservations are accepted for large parties.
  • French Market Restaurant & Bar

    1001 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 7879


    Caddy-corner from the French Market and across the road from the Mississippi River, sits this classic restaurant that has been serving freshly prepared seafood since 1803. The casual atmosphere, aroma of fresh craw fish and reasonable prices attract passers-by on their way to and from the Market. Inside the French Market Restaurant & Bar there are roughly twenty tables for dining, a 25-foot Oak bar and an Oyster bar all surrounded by the original brick walls of an antique building. Specialties include Shrimp Decatur soaked in the Chef's signature sauce, Grilled Grouper and Crab meat au Gratin with fresh vegetables.
  • Mona Lisa

    1212 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 6746
    Tucked away in a residential area of the French Quarter is this jumping trattoria. The walls are covered with every type of Mona Lisa picture imaginable. The Mardi Gras Pasta is a tangy blend of shrimp and sausage in a red sauce atop linguini. The Spinach Lasagna is also a great choice at the same low price. Start off with a salad and melt-in- your-mouth garlic bread (its free, but you have to ask for it).
  • Flanagan's Pub

    625 Saint Phillip Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 598 9002


    Located in the lower French Quarter, this unpretentious little cafe has quality cuisine sure to impress. The dimly lit dining room at Flanagan's Pub has exposed brick walls and crossbeams that conjure thoughts of the French colonial days. Entertainment includes videos, a jukebox and a pool table. Spaghetti with tangy veal meatballs is served with plenty of crisp garlic bread. Another good bet is the Lemon Pepper Catfish, combined either with a generous bowl of silky tomato basil soup or gumbo.
  • Liuzza's By The Track

    1518 North Lopez Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 218 7888


    Take a short bus ride down Esplanade Avenue and discover this cafe near the racetrack. Locals have been keeping this favorite haunt a secret for far too long. The no frills appearance at Liuzza's By The Track offers a Mardi Gras decor, with memorabilia that is never taken down. The kitchen here quite possibly serves the best gumbo in town. You may follow that with fried shrimp, catfish or a platter of oysters. The homemade salad dressings are also delicious.
  • The Bistro

    727 Rue Toulouse New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 5858


    Located in the grand Maison De Ville, this tiny bistro is easily overlooked among all of the other more high profile choices available in the Viuex Carre. The dark paneled room has an air of an old-fashioned gentleman's club without the risqué business. The menu changes regularly and offers, when available, pan-seared Sonoma Foie Gras with grilled apples and in the fall, berry chutney that melts in your mouth. Other entrees include smoked duck breast with sun-dried cherry reduction and ravioli stuffed with grilled quail, pine nuts, currants and chevre. They also offer a Creme Brulee that is second to none.
  • Louis XVI

    730 Rue Bienville New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 7300
    This small, yet stylish St. Louis Hotel is home to one of New Orleans' premier dining experiences, Louis XVI. The dining rooms here feature an elegant style with a 1920s Parisian flair. Impeccably tuxedoed waiters complete an atmosphere of high formality. The classic French food is rich in sauces and flawless flavors. Menu specials include Fish Louisianne, Beef Wellington, and a fine Rack of Lamb and assorted cream-based soups. Desserts include many fire-lit, table side prepared dishes, certain to draw attention. The suggested choice is the Chocolate and Banana Mousse surrounded by Lady Fingers with Chantilly cream in an English rum sauce.
  • Maximo's Italian Grill

    1117 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 8883


    This restaurant is great for a romantic rendezvous or cozy meetings. The dining room at Maximo's Italian Grill is filled with polished wood from the bar along one wall, to the booths and small tables that are scattered about the rest of the floor. The kitchen here is conveniently open late for dining after an early show, and serves solid Italian food. On the menu you are likely to find a dozen pastas smothered in sauce with intense garlic flavors. The house specialty is Penne Rosa, topped with sun-dried tomatoes and shrimp.
  • The Grill Room

    300 Gravier Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 1994
    This restaurant has 'new' New Orleans cuisine with a distinctive French flair. The 'English comes to the South' character is obvious in the 19th Century British paintings and the selection of frog leg tea dishes. Begin your meal with a cup of English tea. Then, move on to entrees such as the Blackened Halibut with jambalaya or a signature dish of Chinese-style smoked lobster with fried spinach and stir-fried vegetables. And finally, order the Grill Room special Crème Brule served with a mountain of fruit.
  • Lola's

    3312 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 6946
    This mid-city storefront restaurant is fun and funky. Surviving on word of mouth advertising, Lola's is a special place even if they do not serve wine or accept credit cards. Try to arrive early so you reduce the risk of waiting in a long line. Attentive service assures the food arrives quickly. Specialties here include the meat, seafood or vegetarian paellas and fideuas with angel hair pasta. If these do not tempt your taste buds, there is also a selection of lamb, pork and chicken dishes to choose from.
  • Mona's Cafe & Deli

    3901 Banks Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 7743
    If your are not headed to mid-city, then this may be out of the way, but it is worth the trip if you are in search of Middle Eastern cuisine. Mona's Cafe & Deli restaurant which also has an attached grocery that was once a gas station, offers casual dining and great service balanced by authentic food at the lowest prices. Standout items include the gyro and shish kebab sandwiches made with lamb or beef.
  • The Veranda Restaurant

    444 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 5566


    Home of one of the most respected chefs in New Orleans, Willy Cohen, this restaurant serves a varied menu. The glass enclosed courtyard and private dining room create a stately New Orleans ambiance. Every Tuesday to Sunday, dining is made even more memorable by the soothing sounds of a harp at Veranda Restaurant. You may begin with Louisiana Crab Cakes in a light Creole mustard sauce or oyster and artichoke soup. Entrees of Potato Crusted Redfish with Baby Bok Choy and Ginger Beurre Blanc, or Breaded Rabbit are exceptional.
  • Mandina's Restaurant

    3800 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 482 9179


    Among a long list of funky local joints, this is a classic New Orleans neighborhood restaurant. Owned and operated by the Madina family since the late 1800s, the menu at Mandina's Restaurant has not changed much over the last 50 years. And you'll be thankful, because everything they make is quite tasty. Appetizers include fried onion rings, shrimp remoulade and craw fish cakes. Specials range from trout meuniere to red beans and rice with Italian sausage. If you're craving seafood you can't go wrong with the shrimp or oyster loaf. For the finishing touch, try the Creole bread pudding.
  • Gautreau's

    1728 Soniat Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 7397
    All of the fixtures from the old days of Gautreau's fill the rooms (even the tin ceiling) here, including old New Orleans photographs and the famous apothecary cabinet from the original drug store. Since the menus change seasonally, try the Marinated Shrimp and Dungeness Crab when you spot them on the menu. Recent favorite entrees include Sautéed Tilapia and Shrimp or the Roasted Chicken with Wild Mushrooms. The pastry chef has mastered a fine Honey Orange Creme Brulee and delightful Triple Layer Cheesecake with chocolate, maple pecans and almonds.
  • Commander's Palace

    1403 Washington Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 8221
    No list of New Orleans restaurants would be complete without Commander's Palace. Voted “Best Restaurant in the United States” in 1996, this fine southern establishment lives up to its reputation with exceptional cuisine and a dining experience you will not soon forget. One piece of the package here is the wait staff; the efficient servers are attentive rather than officious. Dining rooms vary in size from large to intimate in this modified 1880s Victorian house. Commander's Palace is particularly known for its turtle soup. Other standouts include the Mississippi Roasted Quail Stuffed with Creole Crawfish Sausage and for dessert, the Creole Bread Pudding Souffle. There is also an excellent wine list with suggestions for each entree.
  • Clancy's

    6100 Annunciation Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 1111


    This contemporary bistro located Uptown offers upscale yet comfortable dining. The decor is minimal with neutral colored walls and ceiling fans above the bentwood chairs and white linen tablecloths. The easy, sophisticated charm is a favorite with professional and business types from nearby uptown neighborhoods. Dishes are imaginative twists on New Orleans favorites. Specialties include the fresh sautéed fish in cream sauce flavored with craw fish stock and fried oysters matched with Brie. The cozy bar is known for its single-malt scotch selection.
  • Vizard's

    5015 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 9912


    The glow from the tiny Magazine Street dining room seems quiet and quaint, but upon entering Vizard's, patrons are overtaken by the roar of the vivacious Uptown diners enjoying their cocktails and Chef Kevin Vizard's remarkably contemporary comfort-inspired foods. Menu favorites include the Scallop Flan with jumbo lump crab and creamy crab jus and the Pan Seared Redfish with corn, oyster mushrooms, crab salad and truffle vinaigrette. Finish a meal with Vizard's uniquely decadent Black and Blue. The dark chocolate cake filled with a creamy blue cheese cake and topped with a port wine reduction and chantilly cream is an ideal way to bring a sweet end to the evening.
  • Dunbar's Creole Cooking

    4927 Freret Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 0734


    For a genuine soul food experience, come to Dunbar's Creole Cooking this small and friendly establishment run by the always-charming Ms.Tina Dunbar. The down-home service is inviting for this come-as-you-are cafe. Amazing Southern dishes will warm your soul including gumbo, cornbread and bread pudding. Daily specials are listed on a board and breakfast can cost as little as a dollar.
  • La Crepe Nanou

    1410 Robert Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 2670
    The perfect spot for an intimate, romantic dinner, Crepe Nanou restaurant won the top French bistro in New Orleans honors from Zagat's survey. Dine while being serenaded by the lilting sounds of the French accordionist. Angled windows allow patrons to gaze at the stars while they dine surrounded by a collaboration of 19th-century and modern appointments. The charm attracts tourists and keeps the locals coming back. Among the menus many offerings are crepes wrapped around a variety of fillings, including craw fish. Or, if you prefer, enjoy a big, healthy salad with flaky, grilled fish.
  • Port of Call

    838 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 0120
    This cozy little spot is the place to come when you just need a burger. Its small size is made even smaller by the influx of hungry folks looking for lunch. After 7p when the business crowds disperse the restaurant is not quite as crowded. Locals have announced the hamburgers to be the best in town. They are served with a baked potato if their large size is not enough to fill you. The attentive staff at Port of Call also serves pizzas, filet mignon, rib eye steak and New York strip.
  • Cafe Atchafalaya

    901 Louisiana Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 9626
    Cafe Atchafalaya boasts an unapologetic vibe here in the Uptown neigborhood of NoLa. A short distance from the riverfront, this award-winning restaurant serves up traditional and local flavors amidst minimal decor. Popular for their weekend brunch, some of the specialties on the menu include beef brisket, pork chops and fried green tomatoes.
  • Mother's

    401 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 9656


    "Good food" and "cheap" are words that foodies in New Orleans love to find all under one roof. The lines here at Mother's Restaurant are a true testament to the food, if not to the great prices. The lines really are long- sometimes out the door. So if you're going and it's cool, wear a coat.Things like atmosphere and decor would only increase the overhead expense so they are not relevant here. Pictures of numerous famous patrons line the plain walls; but no one comes for the scenery. It's all about the food, especially the overstuffed po-boys. Also available here are some of the best breakfasts in the Crescent City.
  • Dragon's Den

    435 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 949 1750


    This hippy den, above Siam Cafe with pillows on the floor for lounging, is transformed after dark into one of the funkiest jazz venues in the city. Thai food is available at Dragon's Den from the Cafe. You never quite know what to expect in a place that functions as a bar, coffee house and performance venue, so take your chances... It could be and usually is, quite fun at Dragon's Den!
  • Fritzel's

    733 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 0432
    This 1831 building is home for some of the city's best musicians. In addition to regular weekend programs, there are frequent jam sessions in the wee hours of the night. Some of the regular weekend players include Jamie White and Fritzel's All stars as well as Jack Maheu and Friends. The full bar has a variety of schnapps and German beers on tap and bottled. A one-drink minimum per set is required. If you love beer, Fritzel's is the place to be!
  • Palm Court Jazz Cafe

    1204 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 0200


    This cafe was opened in 1989 by Nina Buck and is now one of the most stylish jazz haunts in the Quarter. Palm Court is an elegant setting for top-notch jazz groups, Wednesday through Sunday. Its kitchen serves a variety of traditional Cajun and Creole dishes so you may dine as you listen to great music. Entrees include the Shrimp Ambrosia and Creole Beef Indienne; try the Chocolate Mousse for dessert. Reservations are recommended. Cover charge is $4 per person at tables, but there is no cover at the bar.
  • Praline Connection Gospel & Blues Hall

    542 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 943 3934


    Owned by the same company that operates the Praline Connection on Frenchmen Street, this hall offers the same cuisine but also live music with dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Sundays at Praline Connection Gospel & Blues Hall features a great gospel buffet brunch.
  • Bombay Club

    830 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 0972


    This elegant bar features jazz from Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Along with the music, the Bombay Club restaurant offers one of the best martinis around along with a rich variety of drinks. The place is formal and romantic, hence no jeans or shorts allowed. Fine dining, candle lit area, wooden furnitures and a courtyard all together make up the Bombay Club. The Menu is elaborate and Executive Chef Nick Gile, has a sumptuous meal in store for you. Try the Oysters Rockefeller, Louisiana Shrimp Martini or the mouth watering Cajun Grilled New York Sirloin just to name a few. A treat for those in love, to spend a quiet time and enjoy the
  • Cafe Brasil

    2100 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 949 0851


    This bar features live bands inclined towards "world-beat" music. Hip-Hop parties, Tango lessons and the occasional Jazz night also make appearances at Cafe Brasil. The dance floor fills quickly, so don't be surprised when the crowd spills into the street. The cover varies according to the performer. The music varies from Jazz, Latin, reggae, soul, R&B and many more.
  • Martin Wine Cellar

    3500 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 894 7420
    Whether you are already a wine connoisseur or want to be one, then Martin Wine Cellar is the place to visit. Reasonably priced wines, spirits and Champagnes and an excellent selection of ale will be found here. There is also an extensive selection of coffees, teas, preserves, crackers, biscotti and the list goes on and on. So, stop on in, buy a bottle of red, order a great little deli sandwich to go and pick up a jar of olives for martinis. It is one stop shopping to keep your bar and wine cellar fully stocked.
  • The Steak Knife

    888 Harrison Avenue New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 8981


    This mid-city restaurant is a classy neighborhood hangout. The large dining room features pale wood and beige appointments, thick carpeting and comfy upholstered chairs. Begin with the Seraphine Salad then move on to either a Filet Mignon or New York Strip with a side of fried onion rings. If you are not in the mood for steak, try the fried shrimp, grilled veal chops or the rack of lamb. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 5pm onwards.
  • Red Fish Grill

    115 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 598 1200
    Ralph Brennan, of the city's well-known restaurant clan, owns this casual, high-energy grill. This festive atmosphere holds true to the city it inhabits. A large central dining room is surrounded on three sides by banquettes, and a huge oyster bar is covered with images of the seafood that is also the focus of the menu. The kitchen produces a delicious barbecue shrimp po'boy, seafood gumbo with nuggets of alligator sausage and baked oysters on the half shell. The signature dessert is a variation of bananas foster.
  • Martinique Bistro

    5908 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 8495


    France meets the Caribbean in New Orleans at this modest, yet charming dining room with a tropical courtyard. Attractive photographs and brilliantly colored Caribbean scenes bring the pale yellow walls of this small restaurant to life. The Caribbean influence continues in the kitchen where the combination of herbs and spices used results in unusually mouth-watering flavors. From poached oysters with cayenne and lime to lamb sausage with mint beans—it is very good. The tropical theme of the dessert fare includes sorbets and fresh mango.
  • Irene's Cuisine

    539 Saint Phillip Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 8811


    This cozy little Italian Creole eatery is nestled on an obscure corner in the Vieux Carre. Irene leads the kitchen in grand Italian style. Scrumptious sensations range from Italian sausage steeped in roast peppers, roasted chicken bathed in olive oil and herbs and manicotti overflowing with ground veal and mozzarella. The Italian-style Baked Alaska is covered with a blue flame of ignited Grappa liqueur. The popularity of this spot is obvious if you come at peak dinner hours. You may have to wait in the "holding room" prior to being seated.
  • Fiorella's Cafe

    45 French Market Place New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 528 9566


    Located just steps away from the French Market, this is a casual eatery specializing in Po' Boy sandwiches and the hearty breakfast. Dual entrances make this cafe easily accessible from Chartres Street, as well as the French Market. The interior may be small and dark, but all is excused once you are served some of the serious New Orleans home-style cooking. Plate lunches make this a popular place with the business crowd at lunch but tourists do not be warned off. Try going in the morning for its breakfast. Hop in devour the designated specials served on most days of the week.
  • Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse

    716 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 2467
    This creation by a younger member of the Commander's Palace clan specializes in steaks and chops with that special New Orleans touch. Dark cherry walls, tile floors and antique brass fixtures add to the resounding masculine charm that collaborates so well with the assortment of steak options. The wines are all red but then again, what else would you have with red meat? Steaks are made divine with a variety of light seasonings, butter sauces, garlic rubs and mushroom peppercorn crusts. Never fear if you are not a big steak fan, the menu also features excellent renditions of typical New Orleans foods and desserts.
  • Franky & Johnny's

    321 Arabella Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 9146
    This neighborhood hot spot is located Uptown and features seafood. Walls of this low-ceilinged bar are adorned with football jerseys and memorabilia. A jukebox contributes to the loud atmosphere. Steaming pots of boiled shrimp, crabs and crawfish are ready to be washed down with ice-cold beer. Po-boys here feature a variety of choices including crawfish tails, oysters, meatballs in tomato sauce or roast beef with gravy.
  • F and M Patio Bar

    4841 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 6784


    If you like to start your evenings late and end them early in the morning, then F&M Patio Bar is the hot spot for you. Dancing, pool tables, and a kitchen that stays open as long as you can stay awake are just a few of the features. There is also a tropical patio, jukebox and one of those fun photo booths, so you are sure not to miss a minute of memorable moments!
  • The Bayou Bar

    2031 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70140 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 0581


    As you enter the Pontchartrain Hotel, this upscale lounge can be found right off the main lobby. A welcome addition in 1947, it remains a favorite stop for professionals as well as guests. Even if you are not a guest of the Pontchartrain, you might enjoy the cocktail hour. While you enjoy your drink, with complimentary hor d'oevres, notice the artwork that adorns the walls. These murals on canvas by local New Orleans artist, Charles Reinike, are considered priceless. For your entertainment, a piano bar plays from 9pm to 1am Thursdays through Sundays. It is open from Monday to Thursday, 4 pm onwards and from Friday to Sunday , 11 am onwards.
  • Cafe Marigny

    640 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 4472


    A welcome and friendly retreat from the ongoing activity of the Vieux Carre, and a pleasant rest stop from shopping in the French Market. You may choose a cappuccino to sip while you read or grab a sandwich before heading back out into the bustle.
  • Neutral Ground Coffee House

    5110 Danneel Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 3381


    Just a short cab ride from downtown, this coffee shop has a '60s influenced decor. Appointments are just as you would expect—overstuffed furnishings and chess boards. Sunday nights are for the aspiring singer, songwriter or musicians to take the stage. If that doesn't draw you, come back another night and hear the professional contemporary or folk singers who perform here.
  • Cafe Lafitte In Exile

    901 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 8397


    This two-story bar with its famous balcony is always a lively place. Cafe Lafitte In Exile is a fun spot if you are looking for action and has long been a gathering place for gay men of every age group. There is always a special event on the calendar, from body painting contests to the annual Gay Mardi Gras. The crowd is rough edged and somewhat older, but always welcoming. The bar is lit by many gas lamps, making it very dark and shadowy. The bar is good for those looking for a more subdued gay bar along Bourbon.
  • Carrollton Station

    8140 Willow Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 865 9190


    This cozy uptown club, Carrollton Station, features blues guitar greats. Such famous names as John Mooney and the beloved Lil Queenie with her latest group have performed here. Sunday is for the acoustic songwriter that may not be as well known. Cover charge varies depending on the act but is usually not heavy on your pocket! From Monday to Friday it opens at 3pm, Saturday 1.30 pm and Sundays on 12 pm.
  • Coffee Pot Restaurant

    714 Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 3500


    This historic restaurant is a favorite of the tourist crowd. It has served home-style classic Creole dishes for over 50 years. Coffee Pot Restaurant is best known for serving calas, a hard-to-find Creole rice cake that is extremely popular for breakfast. Other dishes include salad Jayne, seafood gumbo, red beans and rice, fried chicken, seafood platter, omelets, bread pudding, and fruit cobblers. Or you can simply grab a cup of coffee and sit outdoors watching the world go by!
  • Bravo! Italian Kitchen

    3413 Veteran's Memorial Boulevard Metairie, LA 70002 United States - Phone: +1 504 828 8828
    Chef Phil Yandolini utilizes recipes inspired by his grandmother and his Tuscan heritage to create rich Italian food in a swanky, contemporary atmosphere called Bravo! Italian Kitchen. Tall ceilings and Corinthian columns are enveloped in the romantic sounds of big band music. The air is filled with an exciting upscale style that compliments the hustle and bustle of the open kitchen. Starters such as antipasto or stuffed portobello mushrooms are worth trying. Wood grilled entrees include Chicken Pomadoro, and Filet Mignon. Lunch specials are reasonably priced as are brunch specials on Sunday.
  • Bywater Bar-B-Que

    3162 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 4445


    Bywater Bar-B-Que is located in an ancient building that was once a pharmacy. Its tiny open-air cafe features lovingly prepared Southern food complemented with Mexican flair. Several tables, a small bar, and paintings by a local artist create a homey casual feel in this off-the-beaten-path eatery. Good appetizer choices are the Mexican Skins or the Crawfish Quesadillas. Opt for the barbecue combo of ribs and chicken and arm yourself with extra napkins. Vegans should take note—they also serve an excellent grilled vegetable platter with a baked potato!
  • Riverwalk New Orleans

    500 Port of New Orleans Place New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 1555
    This modern day indoor market place is conveniently located close to the Ernest M. Morial Convention Center and the Aquarium of the Americas. This strategic positioning makes it easily accessible to families touring the museum and to businesspersons hoping to quickly pick up some souvenirs during lunch. Riverwalk Market Place is located on the Mississippi River at the junction of Poydras, Canal, and Julia Streets. It is home to 120 stores and restaurants filled with the best gifts, tastes, and styles in New Orleans.
  • Bourbon French Parfums

    805 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 4480
    Bourbon French Parfums, the first parfumeur in New Orleans, was established in 1843. It still utilizes the same methods in creating the finest fragrances. Each scent is crafted with time and care to produce only the best in perfumes. This commitment to tradition and excellence has won the Bourbon French Parfum Company a lasting place in New Orleans. The fragrance lines extend from bath and lotions to fragrances and everything in between.
  • Gumbo Ya Ya

    219 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 7484


    This upscale souvenir shop sits in the heart of the French Quarter on Bourbon Street. Gumbo Ya Ya caters to tourists, and has numerous offerings, including funky T-shirts for adults and children. New Orleans favorites such as voodoo dolls and Creole pralines are two examples of the extensive collection of New Orleans' keepsakes that this shop has to offer. The shop also sells current and retired Beanie Babies and other collectibles that are not unique to New Orleans origin.
  • Bayou Threads

    529 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 2659


    You can easily find a lot of New Orleans in this store featuring denim, hand painted shirts and embroidered designs, locally hand crafted dolls, jewelry, hand blown glass, souvenirs, books and culinary items. Each piece is uniquely "New Orleans" and will help you remember your visit for years to come. Bayou Threads also offers worldwide shipping so you don't have to carry your little jewel with you on your trip back home!
  • La Vanti For Men

    1400 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 7260


    This family owned business has been serving New Orleans for 30 years, providing the finest in designer clothing for men. La Vanti For Men specializes in only the best names, such as Versace, Jhane and Barnes and provides unmatched service. This shop knows how to sell their wears—they treat each customer like a king. Fittings are done with care and Alterations are provided as a complimentary service.
  • Rubensteins

    102 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 6666
    Since 1924, Rubensteins has been serving New Orleans with the best in apparel and accessories. This men's and women's fashion store is rated one of the top ten in the United States specializing in formal and casual apparel and various accessories. A person coming into Rubensteins can buy everything from hats to shoes. The service is unrivaled with a staff that waits on you hand and foot. There is also a full alteration service on the premises and free valet parking.
  • Cass-Garr Company

    237 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 8298


    If you are one of those people that likes little objects that do nothing, then Cass-Garr Company is the shop for you. The specialty items include bric-a-brac in enamel, bronze, glass and porcelain finishes. Tiny imitations of crawfish on newspaper, sit beside porcelain renditions of policemen, nurses and many other professions. So if you've got a quarter inch of space left on your dresser, take one of these treasures home!
  • Jon Antiques

    4605 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 4482


    When you find yourself on Magazine Street in the French Quarter, you will catch on quickly as to which shops are crowned king. The term "antiquing" could quite possibly have been coined here on this very street. Locals and tourists spend hours browsing through one store and then another looking for just the right piece at just the right price. This uptown emporium is one not to miss. The display includes an extensive selection of 18th and 19th century French and English furnishings with accessories popular to these time periods.
  • Keil's Antiques

    325 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 4552


    Established in 1899, under the direction of the fourth generation of the founding family, Keil's Antiques offers a taste of all that glitters. The items found here may remind you of the many fine amenities at some of New Orleans best hotels. The upscale inventory includes rare antique jewelry for the collector or the lady with a taste for the golden past. Other items include chandeliers, lamps, crystals, lanterns and mirrors, which are sure to add a dimension of class to any room. The store also has a nice collection of English and French furniture.
  • Bella Luna Gourmet Pasta Shoppe

    914 North Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 1583


    Bella Luna Gourmet Pasta Shoppe, associated with the Bella Luna restaurant is a gourmet chef's delight. The store features many of the items you will find on the menu at Bella Luna. These items include hand-made pastas, succulent sauces, fresh mushrooms, olive oils and baked goods.
  • French Quarter Postal Emporium

    1000 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 6651
    At times the French Quarter can appear to be a world within itself. So it only seems natural that it has its own alternative post office. Located on one of the most famous streets in New Orleans, is this stationer-emporium that offers all the services that the United States Post Office does. It is convenient to all hotels and shops in the Quarter, so it is easy to find that perfect post card and mail it all in one outing. Also offered are mailbox, packing and shipping services as well as a nice selection of cards and stationery.
  • Le Monde Creole

    1000 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 1801
    Le Monde Creole is a living history of the Locoul family through five generations. Shrouded by trees and plants, walk around the long courtyards, the patios and witness the journey of the family home through the turbulent times of American history. Pre-arranged tours are available in English and French, just call in advance. You will be taken through the French Quarter, eerie cemeteries and narrow passageways. Smoking is not allowed. Tours generally last for about two hours. Open daily 10.30a onwards.
  • Jackson Brewery

    600 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 7245


    The only riverfront shopping and dining experience in the French Quarter, Jackson Brewery or JAX, as it is affectionately called, boasts of more than 100 shops and restaurants offering regional and international food and merchandise. Some of the more familiar names include the Sunglass Hut and Victoria's Creations. JAX also has many great places to stop for a quick lunch while touring the quarter. This is a great place to bring visitors because of its pristine beauty.
  • The Brass Monkey

    235 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 0688


    A store full of gifts as unusual as its name. Gift your grandma with a walking stick or your sibling with a medical instrument. You will find the most distinctive items here, and at affordable prices. Pick up the old French and English antique reproductions. Located in the French Quarter you will find The Brass Monkey as an awesome spot to hunt for antiques.
  • Earthsavers Relaxation Spa & Store

    5501 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 8555
    Earthsavers Relaxation Spa & Store is perfect for those who like to be pampered. The salon offers all natural products and top of the line spa services to nurture the body as well as the mind. The products include everything from makeup to lotions and scented oils. Some of the more interesting products include customized makeup, and customized massaging oils. Their extensive skin care lines include Kiehl's, Philosophy, AHAVA and Kneipp. Their services include manicures, pedicures, facials and massages. You are sure to be treated like royalty by this salon's friendly and experienced staff.
  • Beckham's Bookshop

    228 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9875
    This large book emporium offers shelves upon shelves of rare, antique and second hand books. There are literally thousands of selections to choose from. If you are a collector of the written word, (regardless of genre) Beckham's Bookshop is a must-stop shop for you. Both dealers and the casual book lover will be delighted at the assortment of first editions and paperback bargains. The large comfortable armchairs will invite you to sit and enjoy a good read. This is not a place that hurries its customers.
  • Aunt Sally's Praline Shops

    810 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 800 642 7257
    At this French Market shop, you know the pralines are fresh because the staff performs the 150-year old process of cooking the pecan pralines right before your eyes. These confectionery delights are just the right sweet treat for goodie bags, a finishing touch for a dinner party or an indulging snack for yourself. The finest and freshest in original Creole pralines can be found here. Also available is a large selection of regional cookbooks and books on the history of New Orleans.
  • Evans Creole Candy Factory

    848 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 7111


    Evans has been satisfying the public sweet tooth for over 90 years with hand dipped chocolates and a wide variety of pralines, including chocolate, rum, maple, coconut and peanut butter. Stop by and satisfy your sweet tooth. Or if you want it delivered just call them and they will send.
  • The Fudgery

    1 Poydras, No. 8889 New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 800 849 3834


    The Fudgery is a candy store and has daily demonstrations that combine fudge making, singing and joke telling. As always, free samples of their fine fudge are handed out following each performance. The first store can up 25 years ago in North Carolina and since then the store chain has changed the concept of fudge making.
  • Pippen Lane

    2929 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 269 0106


    Pippen Lane is a children's emporium offering timeless designs in clothing, shoes, toys, furniture and linens. Since girls are 'sugar and spice and everything nice', you will not hesitate to pick and choose from such fine apparel as Tinkerbell by Posies, Helena and Harry Dress or Layette by Petit Elephant, just to name a few. For older girls, there are the more sophisticated Kenzo and Nicole Miller. Pippenlane also offers a great selection of toys imported from around the world. Many of these toys are imported from Germany's Steiff. The shop's furniture and linens are also of the highest quality and sure to please even the most discerning shopper.
  • The Esplanade

    1401 West Esplanade Avenue Kenner, LA 70065 United States - Phone: +1 504 465 2161
    This shopping experience is easy and comfortable and full of buying pleasures. Browse through wonderful stores including Banana Republic, Bath and Body Works, Old Navy, Nine West, American Eagle Outfitters, Macy's and more than 135 other specialty shops. If you love to shop, there is no other place like this one.
  • Joan Good Antiques & Jewelry

    809 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 1705
    The Joan Good Antiques & Jewelry has a fine selection of jewelry. This shop has a large collection of garnet jewelry, antique cameos, pearls, (even rare black pearls), lockets, hearts, aquamarines and Japanese/Chinese ceramics and antiques. This shop is great for those looking to find rare or unique pieces from the past.
  • Violet's

    808 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 569 0088


    This shop offers gifts and treasures you will never find anywhere else, we promise, including one of a kind clothing and jewelry of the French Victorian era.
  • Wehmeier's Belt Shop

    719 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 2758
    Established in 1951 and located in the heart of the French Quarter, Wehmeier's offers one of the largest selections of fine, exotic leather goods in the South. And yes, lots of belts are included!
  • Meyer the Hatter, Ltd

    120 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 1048


    This shop features the South's largest selection of hats and caps. Third generation owners sell head wear from leading manufacturers including Akubra, Biltmore, Stetson, Dobbs, Fiesta, Kangol and more.
  • Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville Store

    1 French Market Place New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 866 529 4177


    In 1985, Jimmy Buffet and his Parrot Head fans made this fictional Caribbean locale come to life in Key West. Now the tropics have come to New Orleans via the Margaritaville store. Like its Key West counterpart, the store offers a large inventory of clothing, CDs, tapes, books and gifts each with a unique Margaritaville twist. All the items in the store are colorful, fun and help bring Buffet's songs to life. This is a great place to find a fun little memento to remember your trip by.
  • Southern Candymakers

    334 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 5544


    Made fresh daily, these pralines at Southern Candymakers are to be idolized! Prepared in view from their shining kitchen, just a whiff and you're hooked. From the temptatious array of Pralines, Tortues, Bourbon Street Bark to the native delights like Peanut Pirogues, Chocolate Clusters, Fudge and other classic candies. All these lip-smacking wonders are sure to lure every customer who enters here!
  • The Cigar Factory

    415 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 800 550 0775
    Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Cigar Factory is a cigar-lover's dream. Here, you can watch master cigarmakers at work. Among the specialty styles made here are the Plantation Reserve, Tres Hermanos and Vieux Carre. There are tables along the wall so you can sit and smoke or just watch the masters do their work. This is also the only cigar factory in New Orleans, boasting 100% hand-rolled cigars. Cigarmakers are available for special events.
  • Adler's

    722 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 5292
    Find a beautiful piece of jewelry for that special someone at Adler's. A selection of quality jewelry, watches, chinaware, crystal, silver and giftware are for sale at this shop. Gift services are available for convention and corporate purposes.
  • Mignon Faget

    3801 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 2005
    Mignon Faget draws her inspiration for her exquisite jewelery from the Crescent City she loves. Her objects of adornment are uniquely hand-crafted in a shop on Magazine Street. There are nine different collections, each identified by its unique name, such as Schema II, Botanical, Romanesque Return and Sea. All pieces are inscribed with Mignon Faget's signature, guaranteeing its exceptional quality. You may view some of her pieces at the main studio display room. A few of the styles include gold, silver, or bronze d'or fashioned into pendants, rings, bracelets, shirt studs, cuff links and many more.
  • Faulkner House Books

    624 Pirates Alley New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 2940
    This building was home to the great William Faulkner while he wrote “Mosquitoes” and “Soldiers Pay.” Every shelf at Faulkner House Books is occupied by a great work that is a collectible as well as a literary landmark. This book shop boasts a large collection of first editions by Faulkner himself as well as many other first-rate authors.
  • Laura's Candies

    331 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 3880


    Established in 1913, Laura's Candies is said to be the oldest candy store in New Orleans. Just two of the decadent indulgences from the confection kitchen are the fantastic pralines and the golf-ball sized truffles that are to die for as also the chocolates. Pralines are from $18.75 for a dozen and boxes of varying size are from $14.99-20.99.
  • Leah's Candy Kitchen

    714 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 5662


    Leah's is right at the top of the list for the best candy shops. Everything is made from scratch, from the fillings to the chocolate-pecan brittle. What makes the candy the sweetest is probably the second and third generations of Laura's family who makes these sweet sensations! Try the creole praline, Creamy praline or creole candies all of which are tempting once eaten.
  • Martin Wine Cellar

    3500 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 894 7420
    Whether you are already a wine connoisseur or want to be one, then Martin Wine Cellar is the place to visit. Reasonably priced wines, spirits and Champagnes and an excellent selection of ale will be found here. There is also an extensive selection of coffees, teas, preserves, crackers, biscotti and the list goes on and on. So, stop on in, buy a bottle of red, order a great little deli sandwich to go and pick up a jar of olives for martinis. It is one stop shopping to keep your bar and wine cellar fully stocked.
  • Orient Express

    3905 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 3060


    This upscale shop, aptly named Orient Express for the famous rail car, offers a little bit of everything. They feature a collection of antiques, santos and objects d'art from around the world. They have their own line of hand smocked children's clothing plus toys and gifts for the little ones. On store are jewelery, smocked dresses for girls, knitwear, gowns, bows and hats— all that make you look "oh so feminine". The store also houses a decent collection for boys.
  • The Private Connection Inc.

    3927 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 4944


    This shop's specialty is Indonesian art as well as hand crafted gifts, jewelry, unique furniture, architectural pieces and furnishings of both contemporary and antique styles. The articles hold a very Asian and Indonesian influence. The second location of Private Connection Inc., at Decatur Street, is in the French Quarter.
  • Thomas Mann Gallery

    1810 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 2284
    This gallery, conceived by "techno-romantic" jewelry designer Thomas Mann, aspires to "re-define contemporary living" with an eclectic collection of jewelry, lighting and home furnishings. Take a trip to the Thomas Mann Gallery and find a fusion of the old and new designs in clothing, fashion and house hold commodities.
  • Brass Lion

    516 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 9815


    Jewelry selections vary from romantic, frilly, new and those with a vintage feel. Recent additions at Brass Lion include estate jewelry including some very delicate rings and intricately formed pieces of jewelry. The prices are very reasonable for the quality and the quality is very good. Overall a steal and a must visit shop.
  • Quarter Moon

    918 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 3208


    This shop is owned by Ellis Anderson, who creates much of the beautifully timeless jewelery pieces you will find here. Her style includes both diverse and unusually interesting pieces. Check out the "wearable art" produced by 25 local artists at Quarter Moon. The ever changing collection includes jewelery, hand-woven clothing, hand painted silks, hats, leather masks and scarves. Incredible art and craft so finely done!
  • French Market

    1008 North Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 2621
    From the famed beignets of the "Cafe Du Monde" to the fabulous farmer's/flea market going strong since 1812, this shopping experience incorporates buying, dining and entertainment all within a five block radius of the famous French Quarter. The French Market boundary begins on Decatur Street across from Jackson Square. While you stroll through you may see any number of items, including candy, cookware, spices and mixes, clothes, fresh produce, crafts and toys, memorabilia and even gator-on-a-stick. The Market is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is free for browsing.
  • Rab Dab

    508 Saint Phillip Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 6662


    With all the fabulous women's fashion stops in the French Quarter, the guys may be feeling a little left out. Not to worry Rab Dab is here for all those of the more masculine persuasion. From sharp suits for a night out in the town to more low-key looks for lunch by the pool, find it all here. The store also features accessories for any ensembles and jewelery just for men.
  • The Rink

    2727 Prytania Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011


    Built in the 1880s, and formerly boasting as the South's first skating rink, now sits a small collection of specialty shops. The Garden District Book Shop is one that encourages relaxation from all your strolling. Or, take a break at PJ's Coffee and Tea shop after you snag that rare book, of course.
  • Ragin' Daisy

    901 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 544 5482


    Since New Orleans holds one of the best reputations as a party town, you never know when you might need the perfect outfit. Whether it is a costume for Mardi Gras or just a party dress, Ragin' Daisy is a good place to start—especially if you do not want to pay big bucks. Try taking a rummage through these vintage apparels that feature everything from western shirts from the 1940s to 1970s to prom dresses. Complement these elegant outfits with the chic accessories and you are ready to go!
  • Vieux Carre Wines and Spirits

    422 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 9463


    A bottle of white or a bottle of red? Maybe you prefer a stronger liqueur or instead? Whatever beverage your palette prefers you can find it at Vieux Carre Wines and Spirits. This wine merchant features a large selection of imported and domestic beers, wines and spirits plus cheeses to compliment any beverage. Wine is served by the glass and there are frequent wine tasting events. Call for event details.
  • Dashka Roth Contemporary Jewelry & Judaica

    332 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 0805
    This jewelry shop, located in the French Quarter, specializes in handmade contemporary jewelry. The collection, at Dashka Roth Contemporary Jewelry & Judaica, represents work created by over 150 artists. Come browse the modern accessories at this historic building to your heart's delight. You will be hard pressed to find another gallery with wearable artworks as beautiful as those found here. If you find something you cannot take with you, they will ship it for you.
  • Waldhorn & Adler

    343 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 6379


    Located in the French Quarter, Waldhorn & Adler antique shop dates back to 1881. The specialties include English and French furniture, antique and estate furniture as well as porcelain and silver. They also feature a selection of fine watches including Rolex, Cartier and Philippe. Adorn your home interiors with timeless classics. Or simply spoil yourself with ultracool watches
  • Vintage 329

    329 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 2262
    This unique shop, run by the Sutton family, offers a wide variety of celebrity memorabilia. The objects presented range from presidential autographs to items belonging to celebrities. Vintage 329 has countless items from great names, such as Julia Roberts and Sting. You never know quite what you'll come across as you peruse the selection at Vintage 329.
  • Ballin's Ltd.

    721 Dante Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 4367


    This little shop is straight off the runway with beautiful clothing and accessories. Their haute couture collection includes apparel by top designers such as Hino & Malee, City by Yansi Fugel, as well as Julie & Leonard.
  • Hemline

    609 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 592 0242
    If you are on Chartres Street, then you are among more than a dozen divine, little dress shops to wander through. This one has made a name for itself as a provider of unique styles with cutting edge taste. The clothes found here are sure to make a statement and catch the eye of passersby. This is a boutique with just the right outfit for a bold night out!
  • New Orleans Knitwear

    2917 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 800 338 4864


    New Orleans Knitwear boasts the title of First Mail Order Catalog in the Nation. Certainly a most well deserved notation for the upscale quality of the Ballin's Ltd. and Joan Vass line of apparel. The store says it offers styles for everyone from, teens to 70 year olds. Enter their store at Magazine street to be amazed with their collection of elegant tops, bottoms, ultra-cool accessories and sassy shoes. So come by to reinvent your wardrobe and create your own unique style!
  • Pied Nu

    5521 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 4118


    The major shopping street in New Orleans would arguably be Magazine Street with over 140 shops. This boutique features designer items from shoes, jewelry, clothing and accessories. Top names include Calvin Klein, Kate Spade and Lisa Jenks.
  • Sabai

    924 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 6211


    If you adore rare stones with unusual settings then this uptown shop specializing in fine jewelry is where you should come. An added bonus is the hand-crafted sterling silver. Each piece is unique and truly a work of art. This is a shop for those that want beautiful jewelry that is not overpriced and not too gaudy. When you are looking for a precious gift that speaks volumes you will find what you are looking for here.
  • Symmetry

    8138 Hampson Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 9925


    Symmetry, located in the Riverbend, offers a wide variety of fine jewelry and custom design services for any original pieces that you wish to have made. Work is performed by a number of skilled craftsman to present an exquisite collection of dazzles. Besides being a jewelry store, this store also offers antique jewelry restoration and traditional jewelry repairs. Order a custom made set to gift your loved one or simply pamper yourself with these beautiful designs!
  • As You Like It Silver Shop

    3033 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 828 2311


    If you are looking for a set of flatware or missing pieces to match what you have, then this is the shop for you. They feature hundreds of current and discontinued flatware patterns at below retail prices. If you can not find what you are looking for, then the friendly shop keepers are always willing to look for those hard to find pieces.
  • Bush Antiques

    2109 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 3518


    There are so many antique stores up and down Magazine Street that it gets hard to distinguish one from the other. It is a nice change when you find one that specializes in just a few specific items. This Uptown shop carries the largest selection of antique beds in the area. Another unique feature is the exquisite selection of religious art from France and Belgium.
  • Magazine Arcade Antiques

    3017 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 896 9994
    This virtual flea market of upscale wares features ten antique dealers all under one roof. There are an assortment of items to choose from including clocks, furniture, music boxes, dolls, jewelry, porcelain and much more. You will find an exceptional collection dating back to the 18th and 19th Centuries of Europe, Asia and America. If you have not found what you are looking for in any of the other shops, then you might find it here. They have something for everyone.
  • Sigi Russell Antiques

    4304 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 5390


    If you are looking for a specific piece from a certain time period then you may find it at Sigi's. The eclectic mixture of tableware items and furniture represent a variety of moments in history.
  • Dos Jefes Uptown Cigar Shop

    5700 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 3030


    This Uptown hot spot, with its wooden Indian guarding the door, offers quality humidors. They also feature an extensive line of cigars and a vast selection of smoking accouterments.
  • The Herb Import Company

    5055 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 488 4889


    With two locations you should be able to find any of the outer body beauty building products you need. This herb and vitamin central has all the latest supplements for body building, shrinking, detox and energy products. They also have plenty of aromatherapy incense as well as lotions for soothing all types of skin.
  • Rothschild's Antiques

    321 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 5816


    Rothschild's is known as a fourth generation furniture merchandiser and is also a full service jeweler. Items that may be of more interest than the furniture are the antique and custom-made jewelry. They boast over ten thousand square feet to display the English and French furnishings as well as marble mantles and porcelain.
  • Pieces, The Private Connection

    3927 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 4944


    While New Orleans is originally a creation of France and Spain, it has become a virtual melting pot of different ethnic cultures from around the world. And they all converge at this store selling hand crafted items from Bali, Indonesia and Java as well as other foreign ports, one of a kind antiques, fine art, silver and textiles. Pieces, the Private Connection will lure with their unique and spellbinding collection. This place is a must-visit for art lovers!
  • Bevolo Gas and Electric Lights

    521 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9485
    This family business has been going strong since 1945. Bevolo Gas and Electric Lights proudly boasts the title of the oldest and largest manufacturer of handmade, hand-riveted copper lanterns in the country. These open flame gas lights can be found throughout the French Quarter in their famous establishments. You may stop by the gallery and choose from its fine selection or order your own custom built fixtures that are made by on-site craftsmen—who will scale and make size recommendations according to your plans. Then you will receive a complimentary, computer-generated drawing that details what will best suit your needs. So step in, to own these distinctive and unique lightings!
  • Fischer-Gambino

    637 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 9067


    This French Quarter shop is truly eclectic. Their specialty is fine lighting fixtures but they also feature such acclaimed artists as Doug Anderson who is famous for his porcelain chess sets. Other feature artists who also have work displayed in the White House include Ziggy Cole, Laney and Zack Oxman. If you are looking for an exceptional piece of artwork whatever the form, this is the place to look first.
  • French Antique Shop

    225 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 9861
    This French antique shop began in Paris, but relocated to New Orleans more than a century ago. A family-owned gallery, French Antique Shop has an international reputation for collecting and selling quality antiques. Its extensive inventory of lighting, furniture, chairs, mirrors and objects of beauty are drawn from both the 18th and 19th Centuries. Pieces are taken from such periods as those of Louis XV, Louis XVI, the Third Empire and Napoleon III. Gold leaf mirrors hang over marble tables that display marble statues. All are lit by bronze and crystal chandeliers fit for a king's castle!
  • New Orleans Cigar Company

    201 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70170 United States - Phone: +1 888 477 7405


    If you love a good cigar, but can't bear to pay the high price for your habit or hobby, then this is the humidor for you. Established in 1974, the Cigar Company's specialty is premium brand cigars for the lowest price possible. Some of the brands they feature include Macanudo, Partagas, Dunhill, Montecristo, Cohiba, and Arturo Fuente. Cigars are usually sold in either 10 or 25 a box, but you may purchase them as singles.
  • Vanda

    710 Dublin Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 314 6377


    This small boutique in the Riverbend area of New Orleans specializes in silk clothes and silver jewelry. Run by a small family, Vanda is a fairly new addition to the area. The owner is a skill seamtress and one of the friendliest people you will ever meet. The clothes are of Asian design, using vibrant and breathtaking colors that captivate the eye. The jewelry, which is designed specifically for this shop, is exquisite and made of fine silver and semi-precious stones. The items at Vanda are unlike anything you will find in the rest of the city, and perfect for those seeking unique offerings at moderate prices.
  • Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo

    739 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 3751
    In the heart of the French Quarter, this voodoo shop doubles as a shrine to the famous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau of New Orleans. Psychic readings, voodoo dolls, statues and altars are the real thing, not found in other touristy spots. Whether you come to the Big Easy for business or pleasure, you can find an original souvenir and even learn a little something of the black arts from around the world at Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo.
  • Magazine Street

    Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 342 4435 / +1 866 679 4764(Toll Free)
    Whenever you are in New Orleans for business or pleasure, a must stop is Magazine Street. This is the street that has it all no matter what your shopping needs are. Whatever you're looking for, be it women's fashion (Total Woman), men's fashion (Style Lab for Men), vintage clothing (Recycled), children's clothing (Pippen Lane), shoes (Feet First), or accessories (Filly Handbags & Accessories), Magazine Street is the place to be. When you start to work up an appetite, try seafood (Casamento's Restaurant), French cuisine (Lilette Restaurant), Mexican (Nacho Mama's Mexican Grill), southern (Upperline Restaurant), farmer's markets (Crescent City Farmers Market), chocolates (Blue Frog Chocolates), cafe's (PJ's Coffee and Tea Co.), or bars (St. Joe's Bar).
  • Rousset Antiques & Textiles

    600 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 3636


    Women and furniture are like fine wine—they only get better with age. This adage is proved with the vast antique collection in this French Quarter store. Rousset Antiques & Textiles has classic, ornate collections housed amid 17th, 18th and 19th century oil paintings that have witnessed the passing of times—and are a tangible reminder of the golden years. This store specializes in dinner sets including antique, bronze, gold, silver, and porcelain ware in an array of colors and intricate inlay will heighten any dining experience.
  • M.S. Rau Antiques

    630 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 5660
    Jewelry, furniture, knick knacks, time pieces and other artifacts from a bygone era are available for sale in this haven for art dealers and connoisseurs. If you're a collector or would simply like that perfect boudoir set, then this is where you need to look. The helpful staff will make your treasure hunt easy and exciting.
  • Lucullus

    610 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 528 9620
    Lucullus Antiques is probably the only store in the French Quarter that is dedicated to culinary sets. Named after the Roman general, who was gastronomically inclined, the store stocks a variety of pots, ladles, pans, dinnerware, and possibly any instrument one might require to eat. Displayed artistically, these marvelous wonders lure every antique lover's heart!
  • Funky Monkey

    3127 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 5587


    Stand out with a few threads from this unisex shop, which houses vintage clothes with a twist. It's easy to get carried away at Funky Monkey, especially when you dig the “Swingers” look. Sort through heaps of garments; you are bound to wind up with an enviable ensemble if you know how to mix and match. Concert tees share shelf space with a few original designs, glittery '50s tops, flowery '60s skirts and '80s rock-styled rags. A few cheerful Hawaiian shirts and retro swimwear will appeal to the free-spirited. The store is always populated by peppy tourists and locals monkeying around with other stuff on display like wigs, handbags, stockings and shoes. If you should find yourself with a load of duds you are hesitant to wear in public, fear not—there's always Halloween!
  • Plum

    5430 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 897 3388


    Plum is a shopper-girl's haven! Bring in a giggly bunch to ooh and ahh over the stuff-cool jewelry, metal letters, funky postcards and other knick-knacks. The store focuses on gifts with a difference and unique home furnishings. If you look hard enough, you will find original works by local artists at excellent rates. Guys, this is where you will find something pretty for your gal without struggling too much, so stop thinking, grab your wallet and head over!
  • Perlis

    6070 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 8661


    The Perlis family started their first clothing store on Magazine Street in 1939. The store has massively grown into a high-end shopping option for men and women ever since. Visit this Uptown outlet and pick your kind of formal clothes, casuals and sportswear. Men can look for that perfect business attire, whereas women can treat themselves to a spree with sportswear and accessories. The store also sells accessories like aromatic candles, bath products, belts, hats etc. Online shopping is also available.
  • Bottom of the Cup Tearoom

    327 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 1997


    Tarot cards, crystal balls, astrology, numerology and psychic wisdom is what you'll find on the menu here. A New Orleans charm for more than 75 years, Bottom of the Cup Tearoom is no ordinary experience. Esoteric books, hard-to-find metaphysical items, rare crystals, fine jewelery and hand-made gifts crowd their shelves and world-renowned psychics offer their readings here. So be prepared for a soul trip!
  • Payless Pipes

    201 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 866 747 3747


    This one's for the new age Humphrey Bogarts and Don Juans of the world. This small specialty store has been around since 1974 and is the eccentric smokers' ultimate stop. From collectors pipes, premium cigars and fine tobaccos to lighters and accessories, Payless Pipes stocks it all with passion and pride. Take home a Meerschaum masterpiece, go all out with a collector's dream like the Charatan's seven day set, or Dupont and Colibri lighters for company!
  • Iron Rail Book Collective

    551 Marigny Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 0366
    This is not Borders, Barnes and Noble, or anything vaguely resembling the autonomous corporate bookstores. At Iron Rail Book Collective there is no rush to get your products purchased—feel free to browse through alternative genres such as anarchism, gay and lesbian studies and social theory while relaxing in the reading room. Book prices may seem cheap on Amazon, but here you can borrow a book for free from the lending library. And if you can't afford the $10 membership fee, put in three hours of volunteer work instead.
  • Garden District Book Shop

    2727 Prytania Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 2266


    Garden District Book Shop features a wide ranging selection of new and used books, including signed first editions and limited editions. The shop hosts frequent book signings and other events with local authors, and a book group on Thursdays. You can also pick up a book by local authors or local bestsellers. Check the website for more information on events at the bookshop.
  • Jim Russel Records

    1837 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 2602


    With over 30 years in the business, Jim Russel Records has worked up their inventory, into one of the best collections to be found. Apart from their massive selection, Jim Russel Records also sells DJ equipment, including turntables, needles, cartridges, stereos and speakers.
  • Louisiana Music Factory

    210 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 1094
    The Louisiana Music Factory, which specializes in regional southern music, has a wide selection including Blues, Zydeco, Cajun, and Gospel. Come check out the largest collection of New Orleans music in the world during their annual Jazz Festival. 
  • Magic Box

    5508 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 0117


    The Magic Box is one of those toy stores you dreamed about as a little kid and will maybe appreciate even more now that your shopping for your own little one. Instead of Assembly line brand name toys, The Magic Box sells old fashioned handmade wooden toys and doll houses, dress up clothes and other quality, unique items for children. The staff is friendly and helpful
  • Mignon & Compagnie

    2727 Prytania Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 2374


    Featuring custom made children's clothing, Mignon & Co can outfit your infant or small child in luxurious dresses and beautifully sequined swimwear. If your looking for something extravagant to pamper your child a bit, you've found the right place. Mignon also features toys and children's room furnishings.
  • Mayan Import Company

    3009 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 888 372 2100


    Mayan Import Co. trades in Quality Cigars at reasonable prices. The company has expanded their selection of humidors, and will soon boast over 750 boxes for sales of singles.
  • Cajun Clothing Co.

    600 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 6681


    Cajun clothes, shoes, and accessories are sold at Cajun Clothing Co. The colorful fare will remind you of the South wherever you are.
  • Tanger Outlet Center

    2410 Tanger Boulevard Gonzales, LA 70737 United States - Phone: +1 225 647 9383


    Located 20 miles south of Baton Rouge and 50 miles north of New Orleans, the Gonzales Tanger Outlet Center offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 50 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include GUESS, Reebok, Nautica, Old Navy, Gap, Nike, Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Harry & David, Lane Byrant, Sketchers and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more. Shop 'til you drop!
  • Trashy Diva

    829 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4555
    Starting from a vintage clothing store to a full fledged clothing company, Trashy Diva offers a wide variety of clothes, lingerie and boutique items. The cloths are inspired from antique and vintage styles, keeping in mind different body types. Trashy Diva symbolizes timeless beauty and each piece of cloth has a one of a kind feeling. An added benefit is that the prices are easy on your wallet as well!
  • Swiss Confectionery Inc.

    747 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 7788


    For over five generations, Swiss Confectionery Inc. has been baking fantastic wedding cakes for all the would-be brides and grooms. Styles are varied, from traditional white-on-white to the avante garde look that fashions the cake to look like a stack of Tiffany boxes. Bejeweled with delicate ornaments, they promise to match the sparkle in the eyes of the bride! For the rest, cakes, pastries, brownies, jelly rolls, champagne patties, Russian cakes and lady fingers are some of their specialties. With so much to drool on, you will never miss the donuts and pies!
  • Fifi Mahony's

    934 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 4343
    Fifi Mahony's is a must-visit for all those who have a passion for pretty things and love to doll up in a spectacular way that promises to make heads turn. Literally! Walk in to find custom wigs, wild accessories, cosmetics for a special night-out or for a daily look. The place also offers advice on ways to present yourself creatively. Don a 'Cone Devil' wig for your Halloween party or the 'Eve' if you don't mind experimenting with pink hair. Happy with your tresses? Then opt for some blue eyeliner from the range 'Tony and Tina' or 'Urban Decay' products they have. Accessorize with matching sunglasses, hair clips and bracelets and set your own trend.
  • Sucré

    3025 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 520 8311
    Sucré, translated to sugar in French, is aptly named for it succeeds in offering a sugar rush to its patrons. One of the most popular sweet shops in the city, it is known for its delectably tender macaroons available in almond, hazelnut, mocha and pistachio flavors. Shop for bars of homemade chocolate, cookies and tempting pastries to light up your day. The highlight of your experience would be the King Cake which is a specialty made during Mardi Gras each year.
  • Aidan Gill

    550 Fulton Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 4903
    Aidan Gill caters specifically to the needs of men. Here they offer a wide variety of the best grooming products and services for today's new age man. Their unique selling point is the Shave at the End of the Galaxy that provides the ultimate experience with a hot towel shave. After a good session of pampering yourself, you can shop their complete range of shaving instruments, creams and oils to try to recreate the same experience at home. The shop also sells cuff links, neckties, bow ties, wristwatches, and personal accessories.
  • Arts Market of New Orleans

    Palmer Park New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 1465
    In a city overflowing with inspiration, it's no wonder hundreds of artists call this country's most European city home. On the last Saturday of each month dozens of artists gather in Palmer Park at the Arts Market of New Orleans to sell some of the most unique art in America. Shoppers can peruse paintings, jewelry, woodworking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and handcrafted paper products. With such a variety of styles and products, there is something for everyone at any budget. And because it's New Orleans, there's also live music, food and drinks from local restaurants, and a children's tent with hands on activities for the kids that turn this monthly market into a full day's entertainment.
  • Crescent City Farmers Market - Saturday Market

    700 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 5898


    Every Saturday morning the Crescent City Farmers Market opens up at New Orleans' historic Warehouse District. Here you will the best in fresh local produce, seafood, baked goodies and lots more. Come to shop and stay back and enjoy the music performances by local musicians, cooking demonstrations, or just chat with the local farmers, chefs and fishermen present here. During the rains, the market shifts inside the building adjacent to the parking lot.
  • The Shops at Canal Place

    333 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9200
    The Shops at Canal Place is New Orleans' answer to a shopaholic's paradise, with huge names like Saks, Fifth Avenue, Brooks Brothers, Ann Taylor, Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma and Kenneth Cole. Lose yourself here, but make sure you have the money to do so. Located just a stones throw away from major hotels, this place is frequented by luxury travelers and the upscale folk.
  • Miss Smarty Pants

    5523 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 6141


    On a block of Magazine Street densely populated with shops and cafes, Miss Smarty Pants' hot pink walls and leopard print rugs jump out as the sassy one stop shop to find the perfect gift for any girly girl on your list. The bright boutique is filled with a wide array of gifts, jewelry, handbags, fashion accessories, shabby-chic furnishings, and home decor. With reasonable prices and complimentary gift wrap, you won't feel guilty picking up a little something extra for yourself.
  • Dirty Coast

    5704 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 324 3745


    Uniquely New Orleans, Dirty Coast sells a variety of t-shirts that capture all of the oddities that make New Orleans the city that it is on T-Shirts, posters, and stickers. Designed and printed locally, and always on American Apparel Shirts that are made in the USA, Dirty Coast's original, and often witty, designs capture the true feelings of New Orleanians. From 'Save our Wetlands' to 'Be a New Orleanian Wherever You Are,' Dirty Coast tees aid the politically minded and socially conscious in being highly fashionable. Other favorite designs include, 'I Am New Orleans,' 'Live with Live Music,' and 'Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler.'
  • Swirl Sensational Wines

    3143 Ponce de Leon New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 304 0635
    You don't have to be a wine connoisseur to feel like an aficionado at Swirl Sensational Wines. This dog-friendly, neighborhood shop stocks an assortment of affordable and fine wines, displaying them by variety. The knowledgeable staff is always on hand to help you make an educated decision. And if you need more than a recommendation to decide on your next purchase, attend one of the shop's many tastings. Every week, several nights are dedicated to themed tastings, giving customers an introduction to wines they may have never ventured to try. In addition to wine, the colorful shop also stocks select beers, a few choice liquors, and a variety of cheeses, pesto, and chocolates.
  • Louis Vuitton

    301 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 2200


    Located within the luxurious Saks Fifth Avenue in New Orleans, the Louis Vuitton store lives up to its brand name, what with the amazing collection of leather merchandise it offers. Find the best quality handbags, clutches, eye gear and a lot more at this outlet. Women will love the beautiful collection of shoes here, with everything from sandals and stilettos to comfortable leather footwear on display. The eye gear collection features some really hot and trendy pairs of sunglasses for both men and women. The exclusive collection of business bags and accessories by Louis Vuitton are equally impressive.
  • Yvonne LaFleur

    8131 Hampson Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 9666
    Custom designs don't have to break the bank. At Yvonne LaFleur fans of feminine fashion can experience a European shopping excursion without leaving Uptown. Yvonne LaFleur has proudly put together a collection of her own designs along with designer lines from around the world at affordable prices. Shoppers can browse custom designer collections of formal wear, sportswear, silk dresses, wedding gowns and scents from Yvonne LaFleur's distinct line of fine fragrances. Whether you're looking for a simple spring outfit or a formal gown for an upcoming Mardi Gras ball, stop in Yvonne LaFleur for a high-end shopping experience that is sure to end with a unique fashion find.
  • Basics Underneath

    5513 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 894 1000


    There's no need to be shy when shopping for intimates at Basics Underneath. Uptown's upscale lingerie boutique specializes in fine lingerie, loungewear, and shapewear from brands like Wacol, Spanx, Chantelle, and Hanky Panky. Women can feel comfortable checking out the high-quality intimates, gifts, and accessories in this professional shop. Whether you're looking for sexy sleepwear or the perfect bra for a backless gown, this store has the proper solution. The friendly and knowledgeable staff are always on hand to help women select the best products to improve the woman's figure and comfort—in addition to making the client feel beautiful, fashionable, and sensual.
  • Blue Frog Chocolates

    5707 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 269 5707


    Satisfy your sweet tooth with a treat from Blue Frog Chocolates. Specializing in fine domestic and imported varieties of chocolate and candies, Blue Frog Chocolates is a one-stop shop for customized gifts, wedding or party favors, and unique confections. In addition to traditional offerings like bon-bons, truffles, turtles, and bars, Blue Frog Chocolates sells a variety of locally inspired merchandise like Chocolate Voodoo Dolls, Alligators, Streetcars, Katrina Trash Piles, FEMA Blue Roofs, Mardi Gras Milkies, Chocolate Doubloons and Sunflower Seeds. Whether you're looking for a sweet treat for yourself or a customized gift for a sugar-minded friend, Blue Frog Chocolates is sure to satisfy.
  • Funky Pirate

    727 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 1960
    Funky Pirate, this premier blues club on Bourbon Street features Big Al Carson and the Blues Masters and offers great drinks at local prices. It is not unusual to find a bouncer standing outside one of the many entrances with a sign declaring, "No cover, come on in!" With that kind of open-door policy it is hard to resist the blaring blues riff created by the talented guitarist. Plain and simple, if you want blues, this is the place to visit.
  • Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar

    509 South Carrolton Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 9104


    This ultimate beer tavern has been a favorite watering hole since 1977. Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar boasts more than 400 brands of imported and domestic bottled beer and more than 40 on tap. The atmosphere is something like a sports bar, with eight color TVs, video poker games and pool tables. Surprisingly good cuisine makes the trip uptown on the trolley worth it. One example of the great bar food is the Cheese Fries, a favorite of the locals.
  • Hard Rock Cafe

    418 North Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 5617


    Come enjoy rock-n-roll memorabilia as well as good food at this chain theme restaurant. Memorabilia from an assortment of American rock-n-roll stars, such as Elvis, decorate the walls. The decorations are an experience in themselves and there is a souvenir shop for Hard Rock collectors. The menu includes great burgers and salads, as well as a few dishes popular with the Cajun crowd. Reservations are required for parties of ten or more.
  • Famous Door

    339 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 598 4334

    Famous Door, dating back to 1934, is Bourbon Street's oldest live music club still in business. The famous door refers to the front door of the bar that many celebrities and musicians have autographed. Inside there is a sunken dance floor situated in front of a glass-brick stage. The atmosphere is dark, loud, neon and raw. The acoustics and lighting system enhances the performances of the live New Orleans soul and blues bands. Later, when the live music ends, the older folks leave and the bar transforms into a dance club for the younger crowd. It is open from 4p onwards Monday to Wednesday, 3p onwards on Thursday till Friday and On Saturday and Sunday it is open from 2p.

  • House Of Blues New Orleans

    225 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 310 4999


    Founded in 1992 by Hard Rock Cafe creator Issac B. Tigrett, House Of Blues has grown into a multi-dimensional entertainment company featuring top-name blues, jazz and contemporary acts. Adjacent to each "Music Hall" is a juke joint-inspired restaurant serving "Mississippi Delta-Style" cuisine. Try the slow smoked baby back ribs, the Pacific Rim Tuna Steak or the cedar pan roasted salmon and finish off with the White Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding. In the afternoon it is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 4pm onwards.
  • Krazy Korner

    640 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 3157


    This live music club is one of the only Bourbon Street bars to feature origional music from local musicians. The bands emanate the raw, dirty and soulful feeling of the Blues every night of the week. Krazy Korner itself lacks any distinguishing characteristics—it is simply a long, narrow room with brick walls and low ceilings, but the vibe from the musicians inside draws crowds of music afficienados of all ages. There is no cover charge and the drinks are reasonably priced for Bourbon Street. It is open from Monday to Friday at 5pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
  • Old Opera House

    601 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 3265


    The "good time" atmosphere here makes you feel right at home—mostly because it is home to many famous New Orleans performing artists. The club is sparse with its bare brick walls and its plain wooden ceiling. The music is what really brings this club to life. Music styles range from blues to jazz and feature local performers. It is open from 5pm , Monday to Friday and 2pm onwards on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Razzoo Club & Patio

    511 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 5100
    There are several bars on Bourbon Street that are indistinguishable from one another after several drinks. Razzoo Club & Patio separates itself from the others with an incredible back courtyard, ample seating and live music that is usually pretty good. The musicians here play with soul, which is a rare thing to hear on Bourbon Street. Drink prices are reasonable and there is a daily three-for-one happy hour.
  • Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro

    626 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 949 0696
    Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro as its name suggest is a cozy restaurant in the city that offers patrons some splendid jazz performances alongwith delicious food. A host of different artistes, each with their individual style entertain the audience who keep coming back for more. The subdued lighting and wooden furnishings make a rustic setting for the world class performances. The food and wine also celebrate the occasion.
  • Feelings Cafe

    2600 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 2222


    Dating back to the late 1700s, Feelings Cafe was once a slave quarters and an old Creole storehouse. The current incarnation has been in business since 1979. Careful restoration has preserved this historic place, making your dining experience all the more memorable. Favorite dishes include Chicken Clemenceau and Fried Artichoke Hearts over a Creole Mustard Sauce. The restaurant is perhaps best known for its delightful peanut butter pie. You may want to dine on the patio or try the balcony on weekends while the piano player tickles the keys on Friday and Saturday evenings. It is also open in the evenings, Thursday to Sunday, 5pm onwards.
  • Lucy's Retired Surfer's Restaurant & Bar

    701 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 8995


    During the day, Lucy's Retired Surfer's Restaurant & Bar serves as the perfect lunch break getaway for the young professional crowd working in the Warehouse District. At night, it is the after-work drinking hole for the same crowd. It is a great change of pace from the bars in the Quarter. The interior of this place resembles an old Tiki bar, and the staff wears Aloha shirts and occasionally straw hats. A California influence is apparent in the grilled shrimp and fish specialties. You will also enjoy a large selection of Southwestern breakfast dishes and burritos. It is open daily at 11 am.
  • Vic's Kangaroo Cafe

    636 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 4329


    This genuine Aussie pub is located in the Warehouse District but feels like its right in the middle of Australia. The local ambiance is embracing to all as the fun in the air becomes contagious. Thursday night here at Vic's Kangaroo Cafe, is jazz and Saturday is blues. The featured cuisine is Australian straight from the Outback! The food is everything you would expect from the outback, including many barbecued items and entrees such as Shepard's Pie. Beverages of wine and draft beer are compliments to your entree of choice.
  • Fritzel's

    733 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 0432
    This 1831 building is home for some of the city's best musicians. In addition to regular weekend programs, there are frequent jam sessions in the wee hours of the night. Some of the regular weekend players include Jamie White and Fritzel's All stars as well as Jack Maheu and Friends. The full bar has a variety of schnapps and German beers on tap and bottled. A one-drink minimum per set is required. If you love beer, Fritzel's is the place to be!
  • Maison Bourbon Jazz Club

    641 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 8818
    This is one of those places that you wonder if they ever close. Open doors and no cover charge lure tourists and locals to listen to some of the best music in town. Authentic jazz that is loud and lively is almost non-stop from mid-afternoon to the wee hours of the morning at Maison Bourbon. Players include Wallace Davenport, Steve Slocum and Tommy Yetta. Patrons must be 21 or older. There is a one-drink minimum.
  • Palm Court Jazz Cafe

    1204 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 0200


    This cafe was opened in 1989 by Nina Buck and is now one of the most stylish jazz haunts in the Quarter. Palm Court is an elegant setting for top-notch jazz groups, Wednesday through Sunday. Its kitchen serves a variety of traditional Cajun and Creole dishes so you may dine as you listen to great music. Entrees include the Shrimp Ambrosia and Creole Beef Indienne; try the Chocolate Mousse for dessert. Reservations are recommended. Cover charge is $4 per person at tables, but there is no cover at the bar.
  • Praline Connection Gospel & Blues Hall

    542 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 943 3934


    Owned by the same company that operates the Praline Connection on Frenchmen Street, this hall offers the same cuisine but also live music with dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Sundays at Praline Connection Gospel & Blues Hall features a great gospel buffet brunch.
  • Bombay Club

    830 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 0972


    This elegant bar features jazz from Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Along with the music, the Bombay Club restaurant offers one of the best martinis around along with a rich variety of drinks. The place is formal and romantic, hence no jeans or shorts allowed. Fine dining, candle lit area, wooden furnitures and a courtyard all together make up the Bombay Club. The Menu is elaborate and Executive Chef Nick Gile, has a sumptuous meal in store for you. Try the Oysters Rockefeller, Louisiana Shrimp Martini or the mouth watering Cajun Grilled New York Sirloin just to name a few. A treat for those in love, to spend a quiet time and enjoy the
  • Cafe Brasil

    2100 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 949 0851


    This bar features live bands inclined towards "world-beat" music. Hip-Hop parties, Tango lessons and the occasional Jazz night also make appearances at Cafe Brasil. The dance floor fills quickly, so don't be surprised when the crowd spills into the street. The cover varies according to the performer. The music varies from Jazz, Latin, reggae, soul, R&B and many more.
  • Oz

    800 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 593 9491


    Ranked as "Crescent City's Top Dance Club" by Gambit Weekly and "One of the Top 50 Dance Clubs in the Country" by Details magazine, this famous gay club offers great music and an incredibly fun time, whether you are straight or gay. The bar is just one of the reasons this is such a hot spot. The club is filled with dark corners, and various dance lights go off constantly. There are frequent theme nights, so call ahead if you want to dress accordingly. This is the place to be and be seen.
  • F and M Patio Bar

    4841 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 6784


    If you like to start your evenings late and end them early in the morning, then F&M Patio Bar is the hot spot for you. Dancing, pool tables, and a kitchen that stays open as long as you can stay awake are just a few of the features. There is also a tropical patio, jukebox and one of those fun photo booths, so you are sure not to miss a minute of memorable moments!
  • The Bayou Bar

    2031 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70140 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 0581


    As you enter the Pontchartrain Hotel, this upscale lounge can be found right off the main lobby. A welcome addition in 1947, it remains a favorite stop for professionals as well as guests. Even if you are not a guest of the Pontchartrain, you might enjoy the cocktail hour. While you enjoy your drink, with complimentary hor d'oevres, notice the artwork that adorns the walls. These murals on canvas by local New Orleans artist, Charles Reinike, are considered priceless. For your entertainment, a piano bar plays from 9pm to 1am Thursdays through Sundays. It is open from Monday to Thursday, 4 pm onwards and from Friday to Sunday , 11 am onwards.
  • Neutral Ground Coffee House

    5110 Danneel Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 3381


    Just a short cab ride from downtown, this coffee shop has a '60s influenced decor. Appointments are just as you would expect—overstuffed furnishings and chess boards. Sunday nights are for the aspiring singer, songwriter or musicians to take the stage. If that doesn't draw you, come back another night and hear the professional contemporary or folk singers who perform here.
  • Cafe Lafitte In Exile

    901 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 8397


    This two-story bar with its famous balcony is always a lively place. Cafe Lafitte In Exile is a fun spot if you are looking for action and has long been a gathering place for gay men of every age group. There is always a special event on the calendar, from body painting contests to the annual Gay Mardi Gras. The crowd is rough edged and somewhat older, but always welcoming. The bar is lit by many gas lamps, making it very dark and shadowy. The bar is good for those looking for a more subdued gay bar along Bourbon.
  • Igor's Checkpoint Charlie

    501 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 281 4847
    Made famous by its use as background scenes in the filming of John Grisham's Pelican Brief, this busy corner bar called Igor's Checkpoint Charlie is a popular local watering hole. For entertainment you may shoot pool, listen to a blues or rock band, or utilize their paperback library. An added bonus is the laundromat that they worked right into the pub. Grab a drink and take a "load off" while you hang out to "dry" during the "spin cycle".
  • Carrollton Station

    8140 Willow Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 865 9190


    This cozy uptown club, Carrollton Station, features blues guitar greats. Such famous names as John Mooney and the beloved Lil Queenie with her latest group have performed here. Sunday is for the acoustic songwriter that may not be as well known. Cover charge varies depending on the act but is usually not heavy on your pocket! From Monday to Friday it opens at 3pm, Saturday 1.30 pm and Sundays on 12 pm.
  • Maple Leaf Bar

    8316 Oak Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 866 9359
    While the clubs in the French Quarter usually get most of the attention, they are not the only ones that produce good times with even better music. This hot spot in the Carrollton District does require a cab ride, but is well worth the fare. A funky but fun atmosphere characterizes this club that is popular mainly for dancing. Club goers pick their spots then move and groove to the sounds of blues, zydeco and R&B. 
  • Superior Grill

    3636 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 4200


    This casual spot draws a big crowd during carnival time. The combination of mesquite grill menu items with Tex Mex flavors is a popular combination. The decor is tasteful in Spanish motif tantalizing you to anticipate authentic cuisine found South of the border. Entrees include enchilada platters and whole enchilada nachos. If you prefer something that is not Mexican they also offer mesquite-roasted quail, grilled tuna and baby back ribs. They also make some mean margaritas here, with fresh lime and Sauza tequila.
  • Le Bon Temps Roule

    4801 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 8117
    This chummy restaurant-bar has been a neighborhood fixture since 1979. Its many crowd-pleasing features include daily drink specials and hearty pub grub such as, juicy burgers, chili and po-boys. Kermit Ruffins and his BBQ Swingers perform on Wednesdays. A variety of live bands entertain the crowd Thursday through Saturday. Fridays also, feature shuck and jive, and all-you-can-eat oysters on the half shell. There is never a cover charge, and the well-stocked bar is sure to have your favorite beer.
  • Le Chat Noir

    715 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 5812
    This Central Business District haunt, Le Chat Noir, has declared the entire world a stage as long as you have got good music and even better booze. This oh-so-swank Uptown hotspot features both a live piano bar and the Cabaret room, which features a changing lineup of guest stars and revues. The bar is laid back and unassuming, perfect for those looking for a more ‘mature' night out.
  • The R Bar

    1431 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 948 7499


    Located in the Royal Street Inn, the R Bar is a popular hangout for the Fabourg Marigny neighborhood with its low-profile folks. A classic bar atmosphere is created with the simple collaboration of spare furniture and a pool table. The crowd is very laid back and has a hipster vibe. While the place really doesn't start jumping until midnight, the earlier hours have shown to be equally as jammin. Especially, if a rock star from nearby Kingsway Studio wanders in.
  • Rawhide 2010

    740 Burgundy Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 8106
    Loud and boisterous are two good words to describe this less than discreet club. If you have never experienced a leather and Levi's bar that caters to a select crowd of gays, you may want to see this one. Chosen as one of the top 10 leather bars in the country, Rawhide has developed quite the reputation. Should you be in town during Mardi Gras, this is the place to go for a unique show of drag.
  • Phillips Bar & Restaurant

    733 Cherokee Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 865 1155
    This is the Uptown place where students and young professionals dress up and go to to find and secure that special someone from the opposite sex. Like many of its patrons, the bar tries desperately to be swank and cool. There is one large main room with pool tables, a smaller red room with sofas and lots of red and a large outdoor patio open on the weekends. Everyone has so much fun that they forget they are buying over-priced drinks. The place is open from Monday to Thursday from 4p, Fridays from 3:30p, Saturday from 4p and on Sunday from 7p.
  • The Pelican Club

    312 Exchange Place New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 1504


    Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Pelican Club replicates a classic 19th century French Quarter Townhouse, housing three individually designed dining rooms and a large bar. The cuisine fuses traditional New Orleans dishes with modern international flavors to produce an innovative contemporary menu. Highlights include the Pelican Club Baked Oysters, Panned Gulf Fish and the Seared Yellowifsh Tuna. Mirroring the food, the decor is dually traditional and contemporary, featuring cypress and burnished wood paneling, black leather banquette, and original paintings by local artists. The wine list consists of Californian, French and Italian wines. Excellent food and great wine, are you still asking for more!
  • The Spotted Cat Music Club

    623 Frenchman Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 943 3887
    The Spotted Cat is an intimate, slightly formal bar for all those cool cats and kittens who enjoy live jazz with a local flavor. This place, however, is for purists — if you're looking for flamboyant performances and gimmicks, you won't find them here. Jazz outfits such as the New Orleans Jazz Vipers, Jeremy Lyons and the Deltabilly Boys, and Tin Men perform at the Spotted Cat on a regular basis. It is open everyday at 12p on.
  • d.b.a.

    618 Frenchman Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 942 3731
    Fancy good music and a cold beer at the end of your day? Head to d.b.a., where they host live performances and serve draught beer, Belgian draught beer, and hand-drawn ales. There is also a wine list, a whiskey list and a brandy list. The amount of liquor served here is mind-boggling. If you're there for the live music, you won't be disappointed. Catch the schedule of who's performing when on the official website.
  • Vaughn's Lounge

    800 Lesseps Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 947 5562


    New Orleans is the place of blues and jazz and all that razzmatazz. At this barbecue lounge there is a lot of scope for visitors to enjoy both. The neatly grilled barbecue chops in vinegar sauce or the steaks dunked in spicy hot mustard sauce go well with the ales. After all these gastronomic antics, you can play ping-pong and work the extra calories off. The live jazz lingers long after you've left the Vaughn Lounge.
  • Southern Decadence

    801 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 2107


    Launched as a simple party in the early '70s, this annual festival is now recognized around the globe. It is now also known as the 'Gay Mardi Gras' and is held in conjunction with Labor Day. More than 100,000 people from the lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual communities get together in the French Quarter. Each year, the organizers announce a different theme. On Sunday, the parade led by the Grand Marshal takes precedence over other activities; this is the day when the successor is chosen. Parties are held on the streets and in the nearby clubs. Weekend passes and advance tickets are available online. Make sure you get your tickets soon as certain shows get sold out almost a year in advance.
  • One Eyed Jacks

    615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 569 8361
    Grab your favorite brew and enjoy the underground bar scene at One Eyed Jacks. If a refined and elegant ambiance and soft music is what you are looking for, this definitely isn't the place for you! Burlesque performances, edgy punk and rock live acts, low-grade films and plenty of testosterone are what you can expect to find here. The bright colors and enthusiastic performances add to the vibrant atmosphere. A lot of events are scheduled, so check the website for your favorite. It is open daily at 3p. 
  • The Chocolate Bar

    540 South Broad Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 373 5636


    The Chocolate Bar on South Broad Street is a lounge that is as sexy as it sounds. Catering to the 'Mature Minded', the lounge features an extensive and impressive back-lit bar, flat screen televisions and a VIP seating area. There is likely to be an age limit here as the lounge is mature themed, so get a nanny for the kids and skip out to have some fun.
  • The Frat House

    8200 Willow Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 4141


    The Frat House is fun, friendly and always crowded. The club includes a patio, which makes your visit to the club all the more worth. The simple layout of the bar and its floor plan is intimate and cozy. There's an energy about Frat that will get the most dull person on the dance floor. If dance is not your thing, then check out the bar and make sure you have a designated driver.
  • Blue Nile

    532 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 948 2583
    One of the best nightclubs in New Orleans, Blue Nile is a famous live music venue where many renowned artists like Kermit Ruffins, Troy Andrews and Soul Rebels Brass Band have performed. A jazzy decor with a combination of blue and gold gives the venue a very unique vibe. Enjoy the drinks available while tapping your feet to the beats of the music playing in the club by DJ's. The two-story club also rents out the party room for special occasions. A must visit in New Orleans if you want to catch some great live performances, Blue Nile is open daily from 7p.
  • Republic New Orleans

    828 South Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 528 8282
    Republic New Orleans is an elegant cabaret-style music lounge that offers guests entertainment through music, fashion shows, performances and arts. This place is the hub of creativity with Hollywood celebrities like Vince Vaughan, Eva Longoria, Macy Gray and Lil John making appearances here. Bouncers keep a tab on who enters, ensuring a limited crowd to avoid congestion. The place can also be rented out for events, with room for up to 650 people.
  • The Venue

    1755 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 309 9941


    The Venue is hard to describe in one sentence—being a nightclub, a venue, a dance-club, a lounge, and so much more. All in all it's an amazing entertainment hotspot. Have the time of your life, dancing to the latest beats churned out by some of the most talented DJ's and bands. If hardcore partying isn't your cup of tea or mix of cocktail, then the Venue also hosts a number of shows,events and concerts.
  • Tipitina's French Quarter

    233 N. Peters New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 8477
    Tipitina's at 501 Napoleon Avenue was established in 1977 and has a rich history and the honor of having musical legends perform here over the years. This historical cultural landmark was created by performer, composer, and pianist Professor Longhair. The version at 233 North Peters is the offspring of the original and has its own charm. Modernized with best state-of-the-art sound and light money can buy and a 500 capacity and a private party room upstairs with gorgeous views of the Mississippi River. Check website for details on the latest events, performances and acts.
  • Whiskey Blue

    333 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 207 5016


    Located in W New Orleans, Whiskey Blue is a stylish bar and lounge. The comfortable lounge area with velvet robes and leather couches is very inviting. Enjoy their wide variety of drinks from martinis to whiskey and appetizers in a warm and cozy atmosphere. The place comes alive with the live music played by the DJ. A perfect place to enjoy a night out in New Orleans.
  • Monkey Hill

    6100 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 4800


    Enjoy a cool cocktail or icy beer at Magazine Street's Monkey Hill. Overstuffed couches and colorful artwork line the walls of this upscale, yet casual bar. Monkey Hill patrons often find their way to the dimly lit establishment to take advantage of the Monday through Friday Martini Menu Happy Hour Specials. In addition to a variety of fruity and flavored martinis, the bar boasts an extensive wine list—by the bottle and by the glass—and a variety of domestic and imported beers. Despite late night crowds that can make navigating the bar difficult, patrons still find room to play pool and shuffleboard at the bar's two tables. Check the Monkey Hill website for a schedule of occasional live music and comedy performances.
  • Bruno's Tavern

    7538 Maple Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 7615


    Ten high-def plasma televisions, dart boards, shuffleboard, and a pool table place Bruno's Tavern among the top sports bars Uptown. Local teams usually rule the sets, but it's not uncommon to find fans from across the country rooting right alongside the LSU and Tulane fans. The long L-shaped bar provides plenty of room for drinkers to belly-up and order from the selection of the twenty beers on tap or one of the many bottled brews. Hungry? Ample table seating provides the ideal place to enjoy Loaded Baked Potato Fries, a Firecracker Salad, or one of the delicious burgers from the menu. Close proximity to Loyola and Tulane make Bruno's a prime college hangout, but sports fans of all ages are sure to feel at home.
  • Le Bon Temps Roulé

    4801 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 8117
    Since its 1979 opening, Le Bon Temps has been welcoming laid-back New Orleanians to enjoy quiet afternoons at the bar and late nights drinking and dancing. A fully stocked bar and cozy, ultra-casual atmosphere encourage patrons to stop by during daylight hours for better than average bar eats including sandwiches, quesadillas, and burgers. And come back after dark for a full night of drinking and dancing. The Soul Rebels Brass Band, Joe Krown Organ Combo, and a variety of other brass, rock, and jam bands pack the Uptown neighborhood bar nearly every night. Stop by on Friday for the free oysters.
  • Le Phare

    523 Gravier Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 636 1890


    Young professionals and enlightened tourists flock to Le Phare for late night lounging. Intimate atmosphere, finely crafted cocktails, and comfy couches draw the hip and stylish crowd to this Central Business District hot spot. Come in after work to take advantage of nightly happy hour specials, or stay late for live music or a DJ. Different nights at Le Phare offer different types of music—Fridays feature electro-house while Thursday night lets imbibers enjoy hip-hop, house, and pop. Those who live for Latin music may enjoy Tuesday nights' Salsa theme with free salsa lessons offered early in the evening.
  • The Circle Bar

    1032 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 588 2616


    Circle Bar located on the Lee Circle is a nightclub but you are most likely to find yourself warming up to the intimate surroundings as you would at a friend's house party! The two storey red brick house is the home ground of local musicians who play your favorite numbers and also enjoy filling your empty glasses behind the bar. Beware! You may have to push your way through the wild gathering, to the restroom or to the bar. But the live rock and roll music and the eclectic and friendly atmosphere will surely 'help you make it through the night'. Drop in early for happy hours and enjoy the half priced drinks and complimentary bar snacks. Limited free parking is available at Lee Circle and more under the overpass just down the street.
  • Snake and Jake's Christmas Club Lounge

    7612 Oak Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 861 2802


    No, they don't serve snakes here neither does Jake dress up like Santa. But if you are in search of a lounge to drink a pint and relax with the banter of college-goers in the background, Snake and Jake's Christmas Club Lounge is the place to visit. Open late in the night, drop in and sink with a glass of wine on the soft leather couches. Or celebrate the New Year early in the summer in a festive atmosphere and shop for tees, hats, mugs and baby clothes at the Snake and Jake's store as you drive home.
  • Red Eye Grill

    852 South Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 593 9393


    This friendly neighborhood restaurant, Red Eye Grill, attracts the local crowd from around Warehouse District. The decor is rustic and simple with brick walls and a tin roof bar. The menu includes appetizers, salads, sandwiches and burgers along with chilled beer complimenting the food perfectly. Red Eye Grill becomes a dance club on the frequent DJ nights at the restaurant. The atmosphere here is very cheerful and the rates are reasonable.
  • Good Friends Bar

    740 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 7191


    The events schedule at Good Friends Bar on the Dauphine Street is always full of fun and action. They believe in the noble philosophy of 'drink and drown'. Whether its the happy hour specials or the Monday nights for guys in the service industry, there is something for everyone. If Vodka is the drink you can kill someone for, then come on Tuesdays for some free shots for all along with nice giveaways, all sponsored by Pearl Vodka. Mostly frequented by gays, this bar is a favorite among people of all orientations and tastes. A nightly musical event and theme describes the usual scene at Queens Head Pub—a cozy space that sits above the bar. Here you can enjoy Tommy T play the piano on Sundays, or arrange for your own parties. And if you still long for more excitement, meet Spencer who works at the bar or check the website for the events schedule.
  • The Kerry Irish Pub

    331 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 286 5862


    Discover Ireland in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans. Famous for its great music, beer and Celtic influence, the Kerry Irish Pub features local musical talent. Relax and nurse a chilled beer or play a game of pool for a better way to pass your time. If you have a laid-back attitude and don't care to reach your home in time, Kerry Irish Pub can be your second home with it's leisurely ambiance. Live music spins its magic every evening except on Wednesdays when the pool matches are in the limelight.
  • Howl At The Moon

    135 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 410 9000


    Enjoy an entertaining evening with great food and drinks at Howl At The Moon. One of the best clubs in New Orleans, it's crowd puller is a pair baby grand pianos. Test your vocal chords while the best of regional piano players accompany your singing with their melodious tunes. 'Piano Punch', 'X-Boyfriend' and 'Bad Apple Bucket' are names of some of the specialty drinks offered here along with other premium spirits. The place also occasionally hosts social events and corporate functions. It is open daily from 12 pm.
  • Chris Owens Club & Balcony

    500 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 6400 / +1 504 495 8383
    Chris Owens Club & Balcony is the den of dancer and singer Chris Owens. This one-woman show, described as 'Beauty in Motion', 'Talented Entertainer', and 'International Singing and Dancing Sensation' by her critics, attracts crowds from in and around New Orleans and keeps them coming back for more. Featuring a fantastic combination of jazz, rock, blues and country-western, Miss Owens' personality and high-energy performances are something to experience. If you are single, young and happen to love life, this is the destination to head for. Miss Owens and her team also perform at casinos, cruises, conventions and corporate meetings. Check website for show timings.
  • The Rusty Nail

    1100 Constance Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 5515
    Rusty Nail is one of those unpretentious places where one can actually unwind after a long day at work or simply come here to enjoy the music and ambiance. Rusty Nail is an off-track bar that boasts a wide selection of cocktails and a well-stocked bar. Blues and jazz are the order of the day, as this is a stage for many upcoming New Orleans musicians. Sit outside and try their signature Rusty Nail cocktail or something from their vast scotch collection.
  • Sweet Lorraine's Jazz Club

    1931 Saint Claude Avenue New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 945 9654


    Featured in Essence and Travel & Leisure magazines, Sweet Lorraine's Jazz Club enthralls crowds with an eclectic mix of local cuisine, drinks and entertainment. This club was applauded by USA Today as one of the Top 10 Jazz Clubs in the country. Don't miss the special Tuesday Jazz and Poetry event. Be it a party or a corporate function, Sweet Lorraine's is always the first choice. Try the various shrimps, oysters, bacon and salad dishes. Or the club's specialty—Chicken Wings and Fries, battered and fried in their secret blend of spices till it turns brown! Steakburger, Filet Mignon, Grilled Baby Back Ribs and much more...the list is unending. And to wash it down order champagne or the sparkling wine, by bottle or glass. The club calls itself as one with a 'Silver Lining' and they keep their word. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm and on Sunday from 7pm.
  • Club Ampersand

    1100 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 587 3737


    Multiple levels, two bars, comfortable settees, lounges and a courtyard, if all this sounds too overwhelming for a nightclub's interiors, Club Ampersand is sure to prove you wrong. Despite being packed to the brim on all nights, Ampersand is big enough to have a private spot for you and your date to cozy up on a couch with a well mixed drink. If you would rather be a part of the action, then let your hair down on the spacious dance-floor. With an interesting theme every night, you know you're in for something different whenever you head here. Classy yet vibrant energy is what makes this club uber cool and sets it apart from all other nightclub's in town. Once a former bank, the super-stylish place has been voted the best nightclub in the city and is frequented by some of the most famous socialites.
  • Gold Club

    727 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 4354


    Famous for its G-String awards, the Gold Club is one of the best strip joints in the French Quarter neighborhood. The club has 4 stages, 13 VIP rooms and many entertainers—more than any other nightclub in New Orleans. The atmosphere of the club changes completely during the G-String awards, where models and entertainers from all over the country compete on the same stage. A must visit club for adult entertainment in New Orleans.
  • Old Point Bar

    545 Patterson Street New Orleans, LA 70114 United States - Phone: +1 504 364 0950


    Unlike its name, the Old Point Bar is surprisingly modern and stylish. The city's well-reputed musicians put up their live performances here regularly. The bar is the most desired hangout amongst youngsters as they can sip down a few drinks and also socialize wiht the hip crowd. So if you are one of those who enjoys lounging around while listening to the best of Jazz music—look no further than the Old Point Bar.
  • Coyote Ugly Saloon

    225 North Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 0003


    Coyote Ugly Saloon isn't for the shy and conservative but the bold and beautiful. The place is all about having a hearty time watching beautiful girls dance atop the bar while equally attractive ones serve sparkling wines and beers. Don't be surprised by the impromptu dances or the deft movements of the bartender mixing your drink. With multiple locations across the US, this is probably the most sought after destination after a hard day at work. The weekly happy hour specials promise your tequila fix without putting a dent in your pocket. Brag to your friends with a photo session at Coyote Ugly or impress your boss by throwing a party here. This club also makes a hot venue to host your bachelor or bachelorette party.
  • Bertha's Place

    1501 Basin Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 593 9777


    Enjoy the night life of New Orleans at Bertha's Place, a popular joint in the French Quarter area. A perfect place for hard core party animals, this club is for those who don't care about deadlines. Open all night long, this place features great music and equally good alcohol to get a high. Apart from the foot-tapping numbers churned out by the DJ's, various musical themed nights keep the locals coming back for more. Bertha's is also a good venue for both private parties and corporate functions.
  • The Alibi

    811 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9187


    The next time you are in New Orleans, make sure you visit the Alibi. The unassuming nature of this serene bar and nightclub will lure you into partying longer than you intended. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, you can binge on the drinks for a relatively throw-away price. Frequented by a hip crowd, socialize with beautiful people at 'One of the Best Bars' as voted by Stuff and Playboy magazines. Do get your hands on some cool Alibi T-shirts and other merchandise!
  • Bourbon Pub and Parade

    801 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 2107


    With great music, young crowd and lots to drink—Bourbon Pub and Parade is always full of entertainment. A haven for gays—they can make the most of the Happy Hours on Fridays, where DJ Chris Allen performs for them absolutely live. Sip on a chilled beer and indulge in a pleasant conversation with your loved one, while you sit in its huge back room downstairs. Or head upstairs and shake your body to the hip beats played at the Parade dance club. Though a gay-friendly bar, you will find a mixed crowd flocking in, to have a good time. Just one visit to the most happening bar is enough to make you addicted to it.
  • Corner Pocket

    940 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 9829
    This gay club in the French Quarter neighborhood hosts a number of shows like "Calendar Contest," "Mardi Gras 2008" and many more. The decor of Corner Pocket is simple with a few pool tables. The clientèle here consists mostly of locals of all ages. Corner Pocket says they have the hottest guys in town - go see for yourself.
  • The Metropolitan Nightclub

    310 Andrew Higgins Drive New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 1702
    The Metropolitan is a Saturday-only club housed in a warehouse called Generations Hall. The limited opening time hasn't come in the way of the bar's popularity. Drop in here on Saturday night to groove to the music or try the club's signature cocktails for an indulgent time. Featuring three rooms and six bars, you know there is enough supply of drinks and ample dancing space for you to get going. Make sure you are well dressed, as the club has a stringent dress code and doesn't allow sneakers; only formal shoes and collared shirts. Get there early as the place gets crowded in the later half of the evening.
  • The Abbey

    1123 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 523 7177


    The Abbey has been around since the 1930's and although it is a little small as opposed to the its newer counterparts, Abbey still has maintained its look and old world charm. Walls adorned with stickers and album covers and a juke box that belts out groovy tunes, this establishment is open 24 hours, 365 days a year. So when in need for some music and alcohol, the folks at Abbey wouldn't find it hard to serve you at any time of the day.
  • Fat Catz Music Club

    440 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 0303


    Fat Catz Music Club spells entertainment with live music and a full bar promising premium spirits. Every night is a grand event at the music club, with live bands playing music from a variety of genres till the wee hours of the morning. To keep away parched throats, the club offers a whole lot of imported beer, microbrews, mixed drinks, whiskey, vodka and rum. Saving money on your drinks is easy—download a coupon and get two drinks at the price of one. Check website for more details.
  • AllWays Lounge & Theatre

    2240 Saint Claude Avenue New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 947 0505
    Located along St. Claude Avenue, Cowpokes, is one bar on the list if you're looking out for a calm and quite evening to sip a mug or two of chilled beer. Voted the 'Neighborhood Bar of the Year' and 'Show Bar of the Year' at the Gay Appreciation Awards, it is your typical friendly country bar that caters to the gay community. With the causal atmosphere and relaxed ambiance, there is no particular dress code. Learn a dance step or two at the weekly dance sessions held here. A cool place to chill out with your buddies.
  • Gold Mine Saloon

    701 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 9125


    What earlier was a horse stable is now Gold Mine Saloon—a club frequented by the elite and hip crowd and singles that are very much ready to mingle. Foosball and two pool tables, to go with the drinks, is what drives the teens from nearby Downtown New Orleans to this place. At Gold Mine Saloon, you get to enjoy melange of music with a perfect mix of club tracks and disco beats. Jack Daniels whiskey barrels used as tables add a touch of innovation to the decor. The dress code is 'make yourself comfortable' and do include dancing shoes as the peppy music will surely take you to the dance floor.It is open from Thursday to Saturday from 8pm.
  • Kajun's Pub

    2256 Saint Claude Avenue New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 947 3735
    In the mood for sipping on a few cocktails and listening to heart-warming music? Then Kajun's Pub is your destination! Unwind yourself after a busy week and tune up the jukebox to catch up on old melodies. You could also catch a glimpse of the local bands such as The Zydepunks, My Graveyard Jaw and The Soul Project. The bartenders are on top of their game, so order up your favorite libation and dance the night away. 
  • Beach Club

    610 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 1728


    Loads of fun, frolic and entertainment are what you get at the Beach Club. Good food, excellent live music, Cajun dancing and a full bar are the main attractions. Want more? They also hold the Tropical Isle and Funky Pirate parties for those looking for something different. Opt for Grenade—an energy drink that will surely lift up your spirits or experiment with mixes which are very popular among the locals and are sure to give your energy a boost. The live music further enlivens the joyous scene.
  • Milan Lounge

    1312 Milan Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 895 1836


    If you are fine with the idea of some cheap drinks and a game of dart after a long day of work, just ring the door bell and enter Milan Lounge. Share your table with salesmen, clerks and mechanics, who keep the conversations going and take your mind off tensions with interesting stories and jokes. Never mind the dress code, here simplicity is the mantra. Friendly atmosphere, a typical neighborhood flavor and easy on the pocket, this place is one you will leave feeling rejuvenated. If an amiable company and good drinks are your idea of a relaxing evening—you will like Milan!
  • Le Roundup

    819 Saint Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 8340


    If you happen to have a free evening, while in New Orleans, then be sure to check out the numerous gay bars on the French Quarter District. But nothing can beat the Le Roundup which is the favorite hangout for transsexuals and drag queens. However, you can also spot a fairly mixed crowd as it boasts of being 'the friendliest gay bar' of Orleans. Le Roundup is favored by the locals, tourists and celebrities alike. So step in to relax and unwind over a drink!
  • Ninth Circle

    700 North Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 524 7654


    Ninth Circle which is a very popular bar in the French Quarter, is notoriously known for bringing in all the noise quite late in evening. Swarmed by tourists and locals alike, it presents a number of DJ nights and drag shows. The small bar serves awesome drinks and caters to a clique mostly comprising of gays. The decor, service and the interiors are inviting which makes Ninth Circle worth a try.
  • Balcony Music Club

    1331 Decatur Stree New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 599 7770
    New Orleans sounds can be heard pouring out of the doors of the Balcony Music Club seven nights a week. As the club is located at the edge of the French Quarter and only steps from Frenchman Street nightlife, music lovers can step inside to listen to a wide variety of local music. Performers at the Balcony Music Club have included Kermit Ruffins and the BBQ Swingers, The Soul Rebels Brass Band, and Washboard Chaz Trio. Patrons can purchase reasonably priced drinks at the casual club's front bar, or at the large back bar. 
  • Club NV Lounge

    633 South Roman Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 529 1005
    An ideal place to come out and chill with your friends, NV Lounge is the place that offers a wide selection of wine and beer. This place also plays good music, where you can relax and let loose.
  • Rendon Inn

    4501 Eve Street New Orleans, LA 70125 United States - Phone: +1 504 822 9858
    This upbeat club, has all the features that will appeal to pretty young things. It serves delicious food that caters to tastes of one and all. The excellent music here never ceases and the crowds, basically college students, drop-in for some tasty bites. Head here after a tiring day, just to relax with friends and you wont be sorry. Although beware, this club has a dress code!
  • Irvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse

    300 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 0300
    After years of performing as one of New Orleans' top musicians, Irvin Mayfield is giving the city's other notable talent a place to perform. Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse, located inside of the Royal Sonesta Hotel on Bourbon Street, entertains the jazz enthusiast alongside the casual listener with cocktails and nightly performances by notable musicians like Bob French and the Original Tuxedo Jazz Band, Shamarr Allen, and Jason Marsalis. While there generally is no cover charge to enjoy an evening at the Jazz Playhouse, a nominal cover charge may apply for special events. - Bethany Culp
  • Club Red Velvet

    3714 Westbank Expressway Harvey, LA 70058 United States - Phone: +1 504 874 5057
    Rated as one of the finest clubs of the region, Club Red Velvet is a chic nightclub that boasts a zealous ambiance. Party lovers from every nook and corner of the nearby localities frequent this place to bask in its warm atmosphere. The club organizes various events such as DJ nights, concerts, gigs, live musicals, private parties, reunions and bachelor parties. Apart from that, the open mic contest taking place at Club Red Velvet is an equally popular extravaganza. Call ahead to know more.
  • Harrah's Masquerade Nights

    228 Poydras Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 533 6000 / +1 800 847 5299(Toll Free)

    At Harrah's Masquerade Nightclub, pretty pretentious party people is nothing new. The glamorous club has one of the best light shows in the city. Displayed on a tower that is surrounded by fake fire, the visual light show is mind-blowing. The bottom of the tower is where you can cool off at the Ice Bar. The 32 foot bar is made of ice and will keep you chilly all through the night. The club also has a private lounge area with couches, a flat screen television et all, a fabulous dance floor and a stage for live events. Located in the heart of the city, at Harrah’s New Orleans Casino, the club swarms with people looking to make and spend big. If you're passing through New Orleans, the Masquerade is a must-stop, but beware you might just not have a will to leave. Do contact for further details.

  • Club Gari Mix

    9954 Lake Forest Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70127 United States - Phone: +1 504 296 5267 / +1 504 333 0418
    Catching the pulse of the city's throbbing nightlife, Club Gari Mix is a nightly hot spot in the New Orleans East neighborhood. Theme nights, guest DJs, drink specials, Reggae nights, and more, is what a visitor will find happening at this bustling club. One of the highlights of this club is the array of guest DJs that grace the stage here, some know well, others yet-to-be-known. Do call or email to know more.
  • Siberia

    2227 St. Claude Avenue New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 265 8855
    Experience the coolness of Siberia in the subtropical heat of New Orleans. The Club Siberia is where you need to head if you are looking for an entertaining evening out with friends. The interesting line-ups of bands, musicians, and DJs will definitely help you party the night away. Do call ahead for schedules and other details.
  • I Club

    614 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 527 6712
    For an upscale New Orleans music experience, make your way Irvin Mayfield's I Club. This sophisticated club located in the JW Marriott offers music lovers an opportunity to listen to R&B, Zydeco, Cajun, Funk, Jazz and a variety of other local music styles in a comfortable lounge atmosphere. Each week, New Orleans musicians take the stage at the I Club to entertain locals and visitors alike. Regular performers include Kristin Diable, Amanda Shaw, Walter "Wolfman" Washington and Los Hombres Calientes. The I Club offers a menu of small plates, wine and cocktails. Table reservations are accepted, but are not required. - Bethany Culp
  • Freret Street Publiq House

    4528 Freret Srreet New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 826 9912
    As much of a late night hot spot as a drinking den, Freret Street Publiq House is a lively spot for a fun night out. An outstanding roster of live acts, from recognized local bands to well-known artists, draws live music junkies to the club. Besides music, the club also accommodates comedy and other such acts for a complete entertainment package. The bar boasts a varied spirit list of worldly beers, wines and specialty cocktails. Fun events like trivia nights ensure that there's never a dull moment. Regular drink specials and related events keep the crowds coming. The patio is a favorite spot for regulars for chilling out after performances. Check website for schedules and more.
  • The Beach on Bourbon

    227 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9764
    This tropical themed nightclub boasts the largest dance floor on Bourbon street, with an air-conditioned courtyard and a two-tiered VIP area. Great music is the hallmark of the Beach, with DJs spinning the latest dance mixes and live music performances that set the floor on fire. Its unique ambiance, superb happy hour specials and excellent location, make the Beach a popular choice amongst the young and beautiful of New Orleans. Available on hire for private events, this club promises to make any event a truly unforgettable one.
  • Lucky Pierre's

    735 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 702 785 7441
    Lucky Pierre's is a Gay & Lesbian nightclub located at Bourbon Street. The interiors of the place exudes vibrancy because of the pulsating music and hues of red and blue. Lucky Pierre's is known for their inventive cocktails and friendly bartenders who are masters at their craft. On certain nights, the stage is brought to life by Drag Queens and the strip poles add a touch of naughtiness.
  • Bandstand

    441 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 1507
    Bandstand is one of the many bars and nightclubs that can be found along Bourbon Street. What sets this bar apart though is the amazing live band performances that continue all night long. While the lower level offers ample space to dance the night away, the bar at the balcony is a great place to grab some delicious drinks and watch the revelry ensuing below. With an amazing happy hour that runs much later that other bars and live music of every genre, a night at Bandstand is sure to be one you will not soon forget.
  • Fair Grounds Race Course

    1751 Gentilly Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 5515


    This 19th-century landmark, Fair Grounds Race Course, allows visitors to experience the thrill of live thoroughbred racing for the entire winter season—thanksgiving to late March. The races can be viewed via real-time simulcast television or, for you die-hards, live at the finish line. Visitors can also enjoy buffet-style dining, snack concessions and bars. Do not forget to stop by the Mane Attractions Gift Shop to pick up a trinket for the horse lovers you left at home.
  • Hotard Coaches, Inc.

    2838 Touro Street New Orleans, LA 70122 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 0253


    Hotard Coaches is a full service transportation provider has been serving the deep South for more than 40 years. They have passenger vehicles that accommodate 25 to 55 people. Rates vary wildly, so your best bet is to call or drop them an e-mail for specific information regarding your needs.
  • Airport Shuttle

    4220 Howard Avenue New Orleans, LA 70125 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 3500


    Airport Shuttle is a hospitality enterprise company, the official ground transportation for the New Orleans International Airport. It offers convenient service between airport and various New Orleans hotels. The polished, polite and punctual drivers stick to the time-tables, giving you timely and safe service. Fares vary according to the age and distance. Check the website for luggage charges, deliveries etc.
  • Tulane University Hospital & Clinic

    1415 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 988 5800


    Emergency room, helicopter transport, leading neurology and neurosurgery center. Teaching hospital for Tulane University School of Medicine. The first hospital to reopen after Hurricane Katrina devastated health care in the region, Tulane helped set up a sickle cell day hospital post-Katrina to allow health care to be more easily accessed and cost-effective.
  • Ochsner Foundation Hospital

    1315 Jefferson Highway New Orleans, LA 70121 United States - Phone: +1 504 842 3900


    Emergency room, leading heart treatment center and serves 59,000 patients a year. Ochsner is also a US News top 50 hospital, specializing in Heart, Gynecology, Rheumatology and Urology. They guarantee the best form of treatment at a very affordable price.
  • New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

    900 Convention Center Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 582 3000
    In walking-friendly New Orleans, New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is literally just steps away from the Warehouse/Arts District and the historic French Quarter, where the old-world charm of fine restaurants, first-class hotel rooms and unique cultural experiences are around every corner. With 140 meeting rooms located directly above the 12 exhibit halls totaling 1.1 million square feet, a 4,000-seat conference auditorium/theater, two 30,000+ sq.ft. ballrooms, three restaurants and a VIP dining suite, every amenity is conveniently located under one roof.  Recent improvements include a newly repainted exterior, lobby furniture, and a 10-GIG internet backbone.
  • Chez Clay

    862 Tchoupitoulas Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 3240


    Located in the New Orleans' historic warehouse arts district, Chez Clay encourages you to express your creative side, alone or with your friends. For the artist in you, this all-age contemporary ceramic studio has a huge collection of clay pieces to paint. From coffee mugs to picture frames and more, you can polish your painting skills and give the practice pottery as presents! Chez Clay also allows you to paint your own ceramics as well.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    1100 Poydras, Suite 2900 New Orleans, LA 70163 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551


    Alliance Business Centers is known for their well-facilitated spaces in 500 worldwide locations. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are they offer just what you need.
  • Park 'N Fly

    1017 Airline Drive Kenner, LA 70062 United States - Phone: +1 954 779 1776
    Park N Fly is a convenient, practical and cheap way to park your car near New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport (MSY) without paying the expensive on-airport parking fee. Park N Fly has a shuttle that comes by every few minutes to take you to MSY or drop you off at the parking lot. Their parking lots are secure and you can put your mind at ease that your car will be safe during your trip.
  • Iron Rail Book Collective

    551 Marigny Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 504 944 0366
    This is not Borders, Barnes and Noble, or anything vaguely resembling the autonomous corporate bookstores. At Iron Rail Book Collective there is no rush to get your products purchased—feel free to browse through alternative genres such as anarchism, gay and lesbian studies and social theory while relaxing in the reading room. Book prices may seem cheap on Amazon, but here you can borrow a book for free from the lending library. And if you can't afford the $10 membership fee, put in three hours of volunteer work instead.
  • United Cabs Inc.

    1634 Euterpe Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 9771


    United Cabs Inc. offers the most efficient and reliable taxi service in the New Orleans area. In service since 1938, the company has now grown to 400 strong cabs, becoming the largest taxi service in the city. Cabs can be hired for any purpose and to travel any distance. In fact, they also offer to carry out tasks like deliver your parcels, picking-up food from any restaurant or delivering your groceries!
  • Yellow-Checker Cab

    3001 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 3311


    Yellow-Checker Cab is a reputed taxi service that offers a round-the-clock service. The yellow cabs can be hailed on the street, but it's better to book by phone. Yellow-Checker Cab operates a large network of well-maintained taxicabs, which ensures that passengers don't have to wait too long for the cab to arrive. Service offered suits all needs, be it short or long distance travel.
  • Pellerin's Reception Hall

    3717 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70119 United States - Phone: +1 504 891 6022


    This is considered as one of the best places to host an event with its posh interiors and elegant atmosphere. Pellerin's Reception Hall is well laid out with an ample amount of versatile space. The staff here are very friendly and always go that extra mile to provide their customers with quality service and make them feel special. Be it a wedding shower, corporate function or seminar, rest assured, every guest is catered to with attention and hospitality.
  • Treme Community Center

    900 North Villere Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 565 7290


    Treme Community Center is popular venue for events in New Orleans. The vast space and modern amenities makes it the perfect place to host conferences, meetings and special events and parties. Poetry Black Party is one of the famous events that had been held here. So the next time you want to plan an event, contact the Treme Community Center.
  • The Cricket Club

    2040 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 304 9467


    The Cricket Club has a charming history and was originally a part of the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Today the club re-opened in 2005 carries forward the romanticism of the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Gourmet foods are also prepared on site by the Culinary Institute, by students who are training to become professional chefs. The club also hosts private events, parties, weddings and the like, with the promise of gorgeous tasting food. Fancy learning to cook gourmet? Take a class or try your luck in the demonstration round.
  • New Orleans Employers ILA

    147 Carondelet Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 0309


    The International Longshoremen's Association in New Orleans is an active association that represents longshoremen and related workers in New Orleans. Their union holds a monthly meeting in the ILA Hall. The hall is available for dance and musical performances. It also hosts gospel concerts and other shows featuring local talent.
  • Bourbon Vieux

    501 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 1155


    A very famous venue to host special events in New Orleans, Bourbon Vieux is said to be one of the finest party locations in New Orleans. If you're planning a corporate or social event, the staff at Bourbon Vieux can arrange everything—music, theme, decoration and much more, according to your needs. Easily accommodating 500 guests when it comes to wedding receptions, the venue has a extensive list of clients from big names in the corporate world to the celebrities of the city. Overlooking the Bourbon Street, the place is also known for its one of a kind New Year Party.
  • Westfeldt

    6823 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 865 5000


    Sport lovers at Tulane University need not go anywhere to watch live matches. For they have the Westfeldt Facility always at their disposal. This vast space in the premises of the university, hosts the university matches as well as other sports events. Catch the action-packed performances by players and other exciting happenings at this must-visit arena of this university.
  • Le Roux

    1700 Louisiana Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 897 5445


    Le Roux plays host to a range of events and seminars throughout the year. The business networking session, 'Business After Hours' is held here. It also hosts various loan workshops and corporate events. Entry for most of these events is free. Roux is available for hosting various corporate and private events.
  • Tad Gormley Stadium

    1 Palm Drive New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 483 1720


    New Orleans is known as one of the most fun loving places on earth and its versatility in hosting events knows no limits. The Tad Gormley Stadium just proves the point. This state-of-art facility has a seating capacity of 26,500 at a time, which suits the scale at which New Orleans likes to party. Though it was damaged by hurricane Katrina in 2005, the stadium rose 'like a phoenix from the ashes', so to speak. The Tad Gormley Stadium is available for use for athletics, entertainment and corporate events. Tad Gormley was even host to the Track and Field trials of the 1992 Olympics.
  • The Parish At House Of Blues

    225 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 310 4999


    Enter The Parish which is next door to the House of Blues through a brick alleyway with a large fountain depicting Atlas shouldering the globe. 5,000 square foot of event space with a state-of-the-art sound system, The Parish is very flexible and a versatile event and concert place, along with anything else you can think of that needs that kind of space. Designed after a cathedral and featuring stained glass, hand painted murals, it's certainly a sight to behold.
  • Hyatt Regency New Orleans Grand Ballroom

    Poydras at Loyola Avenue New Orleans, LA 70113 United States - Phone: +1 504 561 1234


    The Grand Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans is a majestic meeting space. It is simply perfect for all sorts of events and special occasions, be it an anniversary or a wedding or even a birthday bash. The 25,000 square feet of uber-luxurious space will set the tone for a time you are sure to remember forever.
  • Armstrong Ballroom

    500 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 525 2500


    If you want to get married in style then the Armstrong Ballroom located at Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, is a wonderful choice. With its lavish interiors and 20 foot walls, the venue is palatial. From the venue you can get a clear view of the New Orleans Skyline. The Ballroom can also be used as a banquet setting as well as a reception centre. Events like the IT FORUM & the WCNC 2003 Conference have been held here.
  • The Sugar Mill

    1021 Convention Center Boulevard New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 586 0004


    This events centre is conveniently located in the Warehouse District of New Orleans and offers guests a perfect venue for hosting corporate dinners and attending music concerts. The Sugar Mill has approximately 25,000 square feet of area and is designed in neutral tones, which provides one with a perfect canvas to create themes of one's choice. It is adjoined by a 15,000-square-foot beautifully landscaped courtyard and can accommodate over 3,000 people. This place has-state-of-the-art facilities and very friendly staff making it a perfect venue to host events.
  • Generations Hall

    310 Andrew Higgins Drive New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 4367


    Generations Hall at the Metropolitan is a good place to hold your meetings, conventions, events and concerts. They have a gamut of facilities available to make your meet a success. Located in the Warehouse District, it has a night club atmosphere with wooden beams, brass bars, band stage, and a dance floor. Being close to most hotels makes it a a very convenient venue. It accommodates 200 to 900 guests.
  • Greer Field At Turchin Stadium

    Ben Weiner Drive New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 862 8000


    Greer Field at Turchin Stadium is located in Tulane University. Named after Robert Turchin, a World War II veteran in 2008, the Greer Field was added to the name in honor of Phil Greer, the chair of the Board of Tulane. The home team has won 75% of all its games in Turchin. The stadium was renovated after Hurricane Katrina nearly destroyed it. The new field stadium seats 5000, has private suites, air conditioning and restrooms. All in all, making it a perfect venue to host city's happening events.
  • Rosy's Jazz Hall

    500 Valence Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 896 7679


    Rosy's has had an interesting history to its name. It has been a residence property, also a grocery store, then a sports bar and now it has been renovated and contributed to the cultural heritage of New Orleans by becoming one of the most famous venues for events and catering. It is one of the most desired venues for holding weddings and receptions due to the sheer magnificence. The service is flawless. Whether it is a private party or a corporate function, Rosy's is always the right choice.
  • New Orleans Streetcar's

    8201 Willow Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 827 8300
    The New Orleans street car system, the oldest continuously operating street railway system in the world, includes three different lines, the St. Charles Avenue line, the Riverfront line, and the Canal Street line, and covers a total of about 13 miles. These lines run through some of the most beautiful areas of the city and facilitate access to popular neighborhoods and attractions such as the French Quarter, the Central Business District, Audubon Park, and the Aquarium of the Americas, etc. A one-way fare is $1.25 and transfers to other lines are available for an additional $0.25. Sadly, all three of these lines were non-operational following Hurricane Katrina, but as recently as June 2008, they are all up and running again at full speed. These beautiful old streetcars are not only an integral part of New Orleans's history, but they are a convenient means of getting around the city, and their charm makes them an absolute must-do for visitors.
  • New Orleans

    New Orleans New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 5661(Tourist Information)
    One of the oldest cities in the United States, New Orleans is the prime seat of diverse culture and heritage. New Orleans gets its name from Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans and is credited as the birthplace of Jazz music. This city has a rich cultural heritage, one which can be witnessed in the numerous museums like New Orleans Museum Of Art, architecture, festivals and the general aura that the city emanates. One could also head to the New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park, or participate in Jazz Fests and other activities.
  • New Orleans Marriott Conference Center

    555 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 581 1000
    The Conference Centre at the New Orleans Marriott has a large and flexible floor space suitable for any important meeting or conference. With brilliant business services along with a really good menu devised specially for grand events, this conference centre is one of the best in town.
  • Occasional Wife

    4306 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70115 United States - Phone: +1 504 302 9893
    Shoppers striving for a higher level of organization in their lives can address all of their needs at The Occasional Wife. This Magazine Street shop sells a variety of home and closet organizational tools to control clutter and organize spaces. In addition to selling organizational accessories for the home and office, The Occasional Wife provides a long list of services like party planning, home organization, holiday decorating, and moving and relocation services to help clients get any aspect of their life under control. - Bethany Culp
  • Canal-Algiers Ferry

    Canal Street New Orleans, LA United States - Phone: +1 504 363 9090
    The five-minute free ride on the Canal-Algiers Ferry is a great alternative way to see the French Quarter and experience NOLA outside the tourist zone. The Canal Street terminal is conveniently located on the edge of the French Quarter. The Algiers Point terminal is in a quaint neighborhood. Algiers Point, founded in 1719 with about the same size of the French Quarter, has quite a different atmosphere. Here you can enjoy a scenic walk along the river bank, chat with dog-walkers, see different types of architectures from Creole Cottages to Greek Revival, visit the Mardi Gras World, or just hang out at the local bar outside the terminal. The ferry runs every 30 minutes, leaving Algiers Point on the half-hour and hour and leaving Canal Street at 15 minutes to the hour and 15 after the hour. - Hoiyin Ip
  • Tournament Players Club of Louisiana

    11001 Lapalco Boulevard Avondale, LA 70094 United States - Phone: +1 504 436 8721
    Play golf in the serene lush green lawns of the Tournament Players Club of Louisiana. This charming 18-hole golf course opened in 2004 and has been designed by ace golf course architect Pete Dye. The TPC, as it is fondly known is part of the PGA tour network and hence offers nothing but the best. Several tournaments are played here with some renowned personalities in the golf world making their mark. Other events include corporate and charity events, weddings, private parties and so on. The TPC also offers a fine restaurant where you savor some delicious local cuisine. So be a golf enthusiast or not, this place has something for everyone.
  • TPC Louisiana

    11001 Lapalco Boulevard Avondale, LA 70094 United States - Phone: +1 504 436 8721
    Home to the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, TPC Louisiana is among the best known golf courses in Avondale, and has been acknowledged in the same respect: 'the 4th best upscale public golf courses' by Golf Digest in 2004 and in Golf Week’s 'best courses you can play'. On offer here is a well maintained stretch of green, welcoming both its members and guests as well. As part of the property here is a fabulous clubhouse, a restaurant, a golf shop and even accommodation. The course conducts regular events and championships and also has training courses. Do check their website for details.
  • First Baptist Church Covington

    16333 Highway 1085 Covington, LA 70433 United States - Phone: +1 985 892 2149
    The impressive structure of the First Baptist Church Covington lies off the Highway 1085, away from the center of Covington. A church that believes in living life through the Bible, the First Baptist Church is a religious shelter for the local community. One of the ways in which it reaches out to its congregation is by organizing concerts and other events. See the website to know more.
  • Sweet Home Christian Center

    434 Jackson Street New Orleans, LA 70062 United States - Phone: +1 504 466 8258
    The Sweet Home Christian Center is located in the Kenner suburb of New Orleans and serves as a religious and a community center for Christians. Besides the routine functions of a church, which includes the Sunday communion service, this center also hosts various community related events inside the auditorium of the center that has a seating capacity for 800 visitors. The center was established by Pastor Eugene Wilson in the year 1961 with a view to serve the people of the community and today has been successful as a day care facility for families. Call or visit their website for information about various programs.
  • 619 Frenchmen Street

    619 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011 (Tourist Information)
    619 Frenchmen Street is one of the very important streets in the city. The street is often used as an event space for several functions and carnivals. Besides, the place is surrounded by some amazing shops and diners that are bustling with locals and tourists. A stroll through this busy and colorful street is sure to reveal the eclectic culture of the locals here and give you a peek into the culture of the city.
  • Garyville

    Garyville Garyville, LA 70051 United States
    Garyville may still not be incorporated as a city however there is no denying that this little census designated place is perhaps the most important in St. John the Baptist Parish because of the tax revenue it brings in through hectic industrial activity. An oil refinery built here in 1976 was among the first, while the San Francisco Plantation emerges the real winner from all the touristy attractions. Gothic architecture and painted ceilings define the old house whose guided tours are legendary.
  • Deutsches Haus

    1023 Ridgewood Drive Metairie, LA 70001 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 8014
    The state of Louisiana, and especially the area comprising New Orleans and her surroundings, has had a very strong German presence since the Mississippi Company coaxed the Germans of the Alsace region to emigrate to the United States during the early 1700s. As the German population in the area grew, so did a need to form an entity or organization that would look after the German-American community. One such entity is the Deutches Haus, formed in 1928, whose parent organization, Deutsche Gesellschaft von New Orleans originated from as early as 1848. The Deutches Haus is dedicated to promote the German heritage, and does its best to spread awareness about German culture, music, language, and history through a range of events held throughout the year. The organization's Oktoberfest is especially popular. To know more about the Deutches Haus and their activities, do see the website. Auf wiedersehen!
  • Metairie

    Metairie New Orleans, LA United States - Phone: +1 800 672 6124(Toll Free) /+1 504 566 5011 (Tourist Information)
    The quaint suburb of Metairie which literally translates into 'small tenant farm' in French can trace its origins back to the 1720s when it was first settled by the French colonialists who set shores in America. Despite suffering repeatedly and with astonishing regularity from hurricanes and flooding through the years, Metairie continues to hold its own, and beckons especially to lovers of jazz and blues. Mardi Gras that's held each year in either February or March is celebrated with great fervor and festivities; this is in fact a good time to visit!
  • Loyola University New Orleans

    6363 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 865 3240 / +1 800 456 9652(Toll Free)
    Founded in 1904, the Loyola University New Orleans is one of the renowned and top universities of United States. Comprising the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences, College of Social Sciences, The Joseph A. Butt, S.J., College of Business, College of Music and Fine Arts and College of Law it offers diverse educational programs. This university believes in providing overall education to its students and hence it supports and encourages them to participate in extra-curricular activities. This fact is evident from the several campus publications run by its students and the excellent performance of its athletic teams. For admission schedule and information on the academic courses offered here, check website.
  • A.L. Davis Park

    Lasalle Street New Orleans, LA 70113 United States
    Among the few open green spaces left in Central City area of New Orleans, the A.L. Davis Park is a popular playground for kids. The park comprises a basketball court as well as a football field where local sports events take place. Apart from sports, the park is also at the center of various cultural and community events like concerts and parades which occur throughout the year.
  • St. Timothy On The Northshore

    335 Asbury Drive Mandeville, LA 70471 United States - Phone: +1 985 626 3307
    St. Timothy On The Northshore is a Methodist Church, serving the people of Mandeville through various religious and community activities. This church was established in 1975, and has since then been instrumental in the spread of the teachings of Bible in this part of Louisiana. The church hosts religious service on Sundays, which attracts the followers of Christ in large numbers. Visit their website for various community programs organized by the church.
  • St. Joseph School

    610 6th Street Gretna, LA 70053 United States - Phone: +1 504 362 6631
    Located in the St. Joseph Church complex, the St. Joseph School is a co-ed high school attended by kids from Gretna as well as those from nearby towns and cities. Owing to its location close to the historic church, the school complex sees a lot of religious as well as cultural activities throughout the year. Concerts by touring orchestra groups are held here regularly, which attracts the locals as well as tourists in large numbers.
  • Edward Hynes Charter School

    990 Harrison Avenue New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 324 7160 / +1 504 483 6100
    Located on the Harrison Avenue, Edward Hynes Charter School is a charter school which was established in 1952 and serves students students upto K-8 grades. The school, with its talented and refined teaching staff, and state-of-the-art facilities, aims for an overall development of students. The courses held here are accredited to the NAEYC and the school is also recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
  • Garden District

    Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011(Tourist Information)
    Tradition, tranquility and abundant beauty can be used to describe this neighborhood in New Orleans. Garden District, with its well-maintained 19th-century mansions and surrounding landscape makes it a popular and beautiful destinations for visitors. Commander's Palace, Anshe Sfard and George Washington Cable House are notable landmarks.
  • Carrollton

    8231 Green Street New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 566 5011(Tourist Information)
    Carrollton now a part of metropolitan New Orleans was originally a rustic locality in the city's outskirts. With street cars plying along its oak-lined avenues and the Mississippi River flowing alongside, the neighborhood still retains its old world charm. Coffee shops, restaurants, stores and music events, Carrollton has a lot to offer within its historic settings.
  • Chalmette High School

    1100 East Judge Perez Drive Chalmette , LA 70043 United States - Phone: +1 504 301 2600
    With a history dating back to 1928, Chalmette High School is one of the esteemed high schools in the city. It has a great athletics program and has its own sports team, The Owls. Some of the sports encouraged by the school are football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, cross country and tennis. The Cultural Arts Center at the institution features a huge theater, technology center, music rooms and dance studios. The campus also houses a state-of-the-art gym, indoor swimming pool, baseball and football stadiums, and a wrestling zone.
  • Destrehan High School

    1 Wildcat Lane Destrehan, LA 70047 United States - Phone: +1 985 764 9946
    Located near the Mississippi River, Destrehan High School is a public school catering to students on the East bank of the river. Established in 1924, the school has many extracurricular activities and athletic programs. The Fighting Wildcats and Lady Cats are the names of its sports teams. Some of the sports that it encourages are football, baseball, softball, swimming, basketball and golf. The campus also has facilities to support their athletic teams such as the Wildcat Stadium, Fighting Wildcats Baseball Field and Lady Cats Softball Field.
  • Broadmoor Historic District

    South Claiborne Avenue New Orleans, LA 70113 United States - Phone: +1 504 658 4000 (Tourist Information)
    It is located in the neighborhood of Broadmoor, New Orleans. Before being developed in the early 20th Century, it used to be a low lying area prone to floods and was largely a marsh used as a fishing area by Uptowners. Most buildings are highrises to avoid any effect of floods, even though there are low-lying structures as well. The historic district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2003.
  • New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad-New Orleans and Great Northern Railroad Depot

    1809 Front Street Slidell, LA 70458 United States
    Slidell is a historic Amtrak station built in 1913, which continues to function even today. However, one one train service is available at the station throughout the day. Owing to its historic nature, the station was heavily refurbished, and now accommodates an art gallery, a restaurant and a cultural center.
  • Christ Episcopal Church

    120 South New Hampshire Street Covington, LA 70433 United States - Phone: +1 985 892 3177
    Built in 1846, Christ Episcopal Church is one of the earliest Episcopal churches to be established in the region. The striking church building was constructed in the Greek Revival and Queen Anne Revival style of architectures. The church also holds the distinction of being one of the oldest standing structures in the city.
  • Faubourg Marigny

    Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70117 United States - Phone: +1 855 256 4372
    The Faubourg Marigny is a historic district in close proximity of the city of New Orleans. It has a total area cover of 0.33 square miles (0.9 square kilometers), as per the United Nations Census Bureau. Out of this, 0.31 square miles (0.8 square kilometers) constitutes land and the rest comprise of water. It swanks of being the most intact historic neighborhoods in the Country, through the 19th Century. It promises a bevy of restaurants and excellent coffee houses. Churches, temples, shops and bookstores add up to the beauty of Marigny. Varied provisions are made for sports activities and fitness. Theater, galleries, artists, studios too are in abundance.
  • Fourth Church of Christ

    134 Polk Avenue New Orleans, LA 70124 United States - Phone: +1 504 484 0933
    Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist is located across the Polk Avenue. Replacing the Lakeview Presbyterian Church, this church is incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. For details, check website.
  • Our Lady of Grace Roman Catholic Church

    772 Highway 44 Reserve, LA 70084 United States - Phone: +1 985 536 2613
    Located across the Highway 44, the Our Lady of Grace Church is a historical church. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it dates back to 1930s era.
  • St. James AME Church

    222 North Roman Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 731 707 1492
    The St. James AME Church is a pristine white color church built in 1848. Encompassing a modest area of 0.2 acre (0.081 hectare), it is constructed in the Gothic style of architecture. The church still holds regular services and ceremonies to keep the community binded. Owing to its beautiful design and architecture, it was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • Covington

    Covington Covington, LA 70433 United States - Phone: +1 985 892 1811
    Huddled among three rivers, Covington was established in 1813 as a city and was originally called Wharton. Its present name was named in honor of General Leonard Covington who died in the War of 1812. Dotted with many historic structures and buildings, the city has a Southern charm to it that is very welcoming. Food, music and arts form a strong base of Covington's culture and it is not unusual to see concerts, festivals and other live events taking place here regularly. Some of the interesting places to visit are the Covington Trailhead Museum, Covington Trailhead and the Covington Brewhouse Microbrewery.
  • Port of New Orleans

    1350 Port of New Orleans Place New Orleans, LA 70160 United States - Phone: +1 504 522 2551
    The Port of New Orleans is among the largest of its kind in the nation and also has the distinction of the longest quay in the globe. This Lower Mississippi River port has a history dating back to 1718. It also features many terminals and was the site of the 1984 World’s Fair. The Woldenberg Park and The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas are located near it and are famous tourist destinations in the city. It is also technologically advanced and is the home to major shipping companies. From cargoes to water transportation and more, it is the lifeline to the Midwest.
  • Children’s Hospital New Orleans

    200 Henry Clay Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 United States - Phone: +1 504 899 9511
    Offering advanced pediatrics care for the Louisiana, the Children’s Hospital New Orleans is a full service hospital for kids.
  • Louisiana University Hospital

    2021 Perdido Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 903 3000
    Louisiana University Hospital is a premier academic medical facility. 
  • New Orleans Union Passenger

    1001 Loyola Avenue New Orleans, LA 70113 United States - Phone: +1 504 528 1612
    This Amtrak station is located in the Central City area of New Orleans. 
  • LSU Health & Science Center

    433 Bolivar Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 568 4808
    Serving both the teaching and research function, the LSU Health & Science Center is located in New Orleans. 
  • CVS Pharmacy

    800 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70112 United States - Phone: +1 504 528 7099
    CVS Pharmacy is a one-stop shop for all your medical needs. Apart from offering prescription medication, the pharmacy also stocks a variety of over the counter medicines, bandages, vitamins, nutrition supplements, skin care and beauty products. The CVS Pharmacy at 800 Canal Street also boasts a photo lab and offers immunizations without the hassle of visiting a hospital or clinic. Although the store is usually open until midnight, the pharmacy closes by 8p on weekdays and 6p on weekends so be sure to plan your visit accordingly.