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Guidebook for New Orleans

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Guidebook for New Orleans

Food Scene
Bacchanal is a lovely spot a few blocks away with a vast selection of wine, meat and cheese boards, a full menu utilizing fresh seasonal ingredients and a full bar upstairs with craft cocktails and even more wine. There's also a stunning outdoor dining area with live music nightly.
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Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
600 Poland Avenue
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Bacchanal is a lovely spot a few blocks away with a vast selection of wine, meat and cheese boards, a full menu utilizing fresh seasonal ingredients and a full bar upstairs with craft cocktails and even more wine. There's also a stunning outdoor dining area with live music nightly.
Jack Dempsey's is THE place to go for heaping helpings of seafood. It's been there since the 1930's. Restaurants don't last that long for no reason. It's a great place to visit for lunch or dinner whether it be date night or the entire family. Do yourself a favor and get some of their delicious gumbo or soft shelled crab and enjoy some of the best the city has to offer.
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Jack Dempsey's Restaurant
738 Poland Ave
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Jack Dempsey's is THE place to go for heaping helpings of seafood. It's been there since the 1930's. Restaurants don't last that long for no reason. It's a great place to visit for lunch or dinner whether it be date night or the entire family. Do yourself a favor and get some of their delicious gumbo or soft shelled crab and enjoy some of the best the city has to offer.
Elizabeth's is one of the best restaurants in the neighborhood. They are usually packed as the word has slowly gotten out about this neighborhood gem. The place to go for comfort food, fresh seafood and fine dining quality in a super casual atmosphere. Voted 7th best brunch in America by Travel and Leisure magazine so be prepared to wait on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Get there when they open for prompt seating.
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Elizabeth's
601 Gallier Street
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Elizabeth's is one of the best restaurants in the neighborhood. They are usually packed as the word has slowly gotten out about this neighborhood gem. The place to go for comfort food, fresh seafood and fine dining quality in a super casual atmosphere. Voted 7th best brunch in America by Travel and Leisure magazine so be prepared to wait on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Get there when they open for prompt seating.
This is the city's go to for authentic New York style pizza. You can pop in for a quick slice or call for Delivery. Check out their website for menu and daily specials! http://www.pizzadelicious.com
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Pizza Delicious
617 Piety Street
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This is the city's go to for authentic New York style pizza. You can pop in for a quick slice or call for Delivery. Check out their website for menu and daily specials! http://www.pizzadelicious.com
The Bywater's newest sausage factory! But seriously, They make their own sausages and fresh baked pretzels. This German owned biergarten is known for it's beer, brats and family style outdoor seating. My favorite dish is the hunter schnitzel. If you're in the mood for something a little different, this is your spot.
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Bratz Y'all! Bistro • Bakery • Biergarten
617-B Piety St
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The Bywater's newest sausage factory! But seriously, They make their own sausages and fresh baked pretzels. This German owned biergarten is known for it's beer, brats and family style outdoor seating. My favorite dish is the hunter schnitzel. If you're in the mood for something a little different, this is your spot.
Satsuma Cafe is a lovely little spot to grab a coffee drink, fresh juice or quick bite. Their lush little courtyard is adorable with little birds that sit on your table and eat your crumbs. It's just too cute. You can also hit the bargain center before or after for a unique shopping experience that has New Orleans written all over it.
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Satsuma Cafe
3218 Dauphine Street
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Satsuma Cafe is a lovely little spot to grab a coffee drink, fresh juice or quick bite. Their lush little courtyard is adorable with little birds that sit on your table and eat your crumbs. It's just too cute. You can also hit the bargain center before or after for a unique shopping experience that has New Orleans written all over it.
Bywater Bakery was just opened by the head pastry chef for Rouse's markets. Her cakes are to die for but it's also a great place to grab a coffee drink, or a light breakfast. Open 7am-3pm daily with live music every Saturday and Sunday 11am-1pm.
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Bywater Bakery
3624 Dauphine St
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Bywater Bakery was just opened by the head pastry chef for Rouse's markets. Her cakes are to die for but it's also a great place to grab a coffee drink, or a light breakfast. Open 7am-3pm daily with live music every Saturday and Sunday 11am-1pm.
This is a cute little restaurant with vegetarian/vegan dishes as well as a few carnivorous dishes as well. You can find something for everyone here.
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Sneaky Pickle
4017 Saint Claude Avenue
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This is a cute little restaurant with vegetarian/vegan dishes as well as a few carnivorous dishes as well. You can find something for everyone here.
Frady's is the place you go to get an "I need a box of napkins" roast beef po-boy or a "shrimp falling out all over the place" po-boy. Grab it at the counter with an ice cold beer or soda out of the cooler and grab a little table outside. You can hit up the bargain center across the street for a unique shopping experience.
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Frady's One Stop Food Store
3231 Dauphine Street
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Frady's is the place you go to get an "I need a box of napkins" roast beef po-boy or a "shrimp falling out all over the place" po-boy. Grab it at the counter with an ice cold beer or soda out of the cooler and grab a little table outside. You can hit up the bargain center across the street for a unique shopping experience.
Drinks & Nightlife
BJ's is a local dive bar where there's always an interesting cast of characters. They have live music one or two days a week (Usually Friday and Monday) but the old jukebox is loaded with some of the best music New Orleans has to offer. You never know who you may see here. Robert Plant once just showed up and did a set with one of our beloved local musicians! Cash Only.
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B J's Lounge
4301 Burgundy Street
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BJ's is a local dive bar where there's always an interesting cast of characters. They have live music one or two days a week (Usually Friday and Monday) but the old jukebox is loaded with some of the best music New Orleans has to offer. You never know who you may see here. Robert Plant once just showed up and did a set with one of our beloved local musicians! Cash Only.
Vaughan's Lounge is the place to be on Thursday night. The band starts around 10pm and you can't help but have a great time. Cash only.
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Vaughan's Lounge
4229 Dauphine Street
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Vaughan's Lounge is the place to be on Thursday night. The band starts around 10pm and you can't help but have a great time. Cash only.
J&J's Sports Lounge is hands down the best bar in the neighborhood. They have happy hour prices all the time and some of the friendliest locals you'll meet in the neighborhood. They have a huge selection of beers on tap as well as a wide array of spirits. If there's a game you want to watch, just ask and they'll put it on. There's a pool table, video poker, touchtunes internet jukebox and 7 televisions. They open at 9am and close around 4am (sometimes way later if the bartender feels like it). They also have coffee and tea in the mornings.
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J&J's Sports Lounge
800 France Street
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J&J's Sports Lounge is hands down the best bar in the neighborhood. They have happy hour prices all the time and some of the friendliest locals you'll meet in the neighborhood. They have a huge selection of beers on tap as well as a wide array of spirits. If there's a game you want to watch, just ask and they'll put it on. There's a pool table, video poker, touchtunes internet jukebox and 7 televisions. They open at 9am and close around 4am (sometimes way later if the bartender feels like it). They also have coffee and tea in the mornings.
Markey's Bar is a local and tourist favorite alike. Sports on Tv, several beers on tap, and a kitchen in the back with pub grub til 2am. One of the only late night places in the neighborhood to grab a quick bite before you head home.
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Markey's Bar
640 Louisa Street
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Markey's Bar is a local and tourist favorite alike. Sports on Tv, several beers on tap, and a kitchen in the back with pub grub til 2am. One of the only late night places in the neighborhood to grab a quick bite before you head home.
The Country Club is a LGBTQ friendly bar, restaurant and POOL! Yes, you can sip your frozen daiquiri next to a beautiful olympic sized pool right in the middle of the Bywater day or night. You can also have a beautiful romantic dinner in the dining room or stunning courtyard, take a sauna, or unwind in the hot tub. The Country club is the ultimate place to just kick back, relax and soak in some of the beautiful New Orleans weather. Their Sunday drag brunches with bottomless mimosas are not to be missed!!
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The Country Club
634 Louisa Street
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The Country Club is a LGBTQ friendly bar, restaurant and POOL! Yes, you can sip your frozen daiquiri next to a beautiful olympic sized pool right in the middle of the Bywater day or night. You can also have a beautiful romantic dinner in the dining room or stunning courtyard, take a sauna, or unwind in the hot tub. The Country club is the ultimate place to just kick back, relax and soak in some of the beautiful New Orleans weather. Their Sunday drag brunches with bottomless mimosas are not to be missed!!
Bud Rip's is the oldest bar in the neighborhood. Recently it has changed ownership and the new owners have been steadily renovating it to it's original charm. It's still categorically an enormous dive bar but with a fresh coat of paint and a way better beer selection. They also have Djs and live music occasionally.
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Bud Rips
900 Piety Street
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Bud Rip's is the oldest bar in the neighborhood. Recently it has changed ownership and the new owners have been steadily renovating it to it's original charm. It's still categorically an enormous dive bar but with a fresh coat of paint and a way better beer selection. They also have Djs and live music occasionally.
Parks & Nature
One of the country's largest parks is a beautiful place to spend the day. Visit the New Orleans museum of art, canoe or peddle boat around bayou St. John which runs through the park, have beignets at morning call or play a round of mini golf. They also have bicycle rentals and a miniature Choo Choo train that goes around the entire park!
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City Park
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One of the country's largest parks is a beautiful place to spend the day. Visit the New Orleans museum of art, canoe or peddle boat around bayou St. John which runs through the park, have beignets at morning call or play a round of mini golf. They also have bicycle rentals and a miniature Choo Choo train that goes around the entire park!
Crescent Park is a scenic walking/biking path that runs from the Bywater neighborhood to the French Quarter. You can enter from the ramp at Mazant & Chartres street or the "rusty rainbow bridge" at Gallier and Chartres street. Relax and stroll along the river with stunning views of the French quarter, Downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River itself. You'll often catch a glimpse of the Natchez paddleboat, one of many Cruise ships or the tugs and barges that navigate one of the busiest ports in America.
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Crescent Park
North Peters Street
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Crescent Park is a scenic walking/biking path that runs from the Bywater neighborhood to the French Quarter. You can enter from the ramp at Mazant & Chartres street or the "rusty rainbow bridge" at Gallier and Chartres street. Relax and stroll along the river with stunning views of the French quarter, Downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River itself. You'll often catch a glimpse of the Natchez paddleboat, one of many Cruise ships or the tugs and barges that navigate one of the busiest ports in America.
Sightseeing
The French Quarter is a place unlike any other in America. The original New Orleans neighborhood is rich with the sights and sounds of the city. You can shop, eat, drink and see live music til you drop. Many spots are open 24 hours so always remember the locals rule of thumb...It's a marathon, not a sprint. :-)
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Barrio Francés de Nueva Orleans
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The French Quarter is a place unlike any other in America. The original New Orleans neighborhood is rich with the sights and sounds of the city. You can shop, eat, drink and see live music til you drop. Many spots are open 24 hours so always remember the locals rule of thumb...It's a marathon, not a sprint. :-)
This Museum is a must see if you're a fan of museums. Be prepared to make a day of it as you will be immersed in the history. The 4D experience is not to be missed. There are also two restaurants there with some of the best food you'll eat on your trip if you decide to take advantage. Hit the happy hour for a break between complexes!
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The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street
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This Museum is a must see if you're a fan of museums. Be prepared to make a day of it as you will be immersed in the history. The 4D experience is not to be missed. There are also two restaurants there with some of the best food you'll eat on your trip if you decide to take advantage. Hit the happy hour for a break between complexes!
New Orleans’ Preservation Hall was established in 1961 to honor one of America’s truest art forms – Traditional New Orleans Jazz. Operating as a music venue, a touring band, and a non-profit organization, Preservation Hall continues its mission today as a cornerstone of New Orleans music and culture. Situated in the heart of the French Quarter on St. Peter Street, the Preservation Hall venue presents intimate, acoustic New Orleans Jazz concerts over 350 nights a year featuring ensembles from a current collective of 100+ local master practitioners. On any given night, audiences bear joyful witness to the evolution of this venerable and living tradition. Live nightly shows at 5,6,8,9 &10.
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Preservation Hall
726 Saint Peter Street
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New Orleans’ Preservation Hall was established in 1961 to honor one of America’s truest art forms – Traditional New Orleans Jazz. Operating as a music venue, a touring band, and a non-profit organization, Preservation Hall continues its mission today as a cornerstone of New Orleans music and culture. Situated in the heart of the French Quarter on St. Peter Street, the Preservation Hall venue presents intimate, acoustic New Orleans Jazz concerts over 350 nights a year featuring ensembles from a current collective of 100+ local master practitioners. On any given night, audiences bear joyful witness to the evolution of this venerable and living tradition. Live nightly shows at 5,6,8,9 &10.
Shopping
Euclid Records is a perfect spot if your looking for some new tunes from the big easy. 2 stories of loaded shelves of vinyl and CDs for you to look through could keep you busy for hours. Pizza Delicious and Bratz Ya'll are right next door for a quick bite.
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Euclid Records New Orleans
3301 Chartres Street
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Euclid Records is a perfect spot if your looking for some new tunes from the big easy. 2 stories of loaded shelves of vinyl and CDs for you to look through could keep you busy for hours. Pizza Delicious and Bratz Ya'll are right next door for a quick bite.
This place is so fun to rummage through. You never know what kind of treasure you might find! It's kind of like a mix of flea market, thrift store, craft market and antique store. It's right next to Frady's corner store (you've gotta get a shrimp po-boy! you can thank me later!) and Satsuma cafe for coffee, fresh made juices and homemade biscuits.
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Bargain Center
3200 Dauphine Street
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This place is so fun to rummage through. You never know what kind of treasure you might find! It's kind of like a mix of flea market, thrift store, craft market and antique store. It's right next to Frady's corner store (you've gotta get a shrimp po-boy! you can thank me later!) and Satsuma cafe for coffee, fresh made juices and homemade biscuits.
Essentials
Stop here for an excellent selection of wine, beer, liquor, sodas, essentials, snacks or groceries. The prices are a little better than the corner stores.
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Robért Fresh Market
3 St Claude Ct
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Stop here for an excellent selection of wine, beer, liquor, sodas, essentials, snacks or groceries. The prices are a little better than the corner stores.
This is the place you go if you are looking for natural, vegetarian or vegan options for essentials, snacks and drinks.
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Mardi Gras Zone Supermarket
2706 Royal Street
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This is the place you go if you are looking for natural, vegetarian or vegan options for essentials, snacks and drinks.
Magnolia Market is on the corner of St. Claude and France street. It's a little convenience store with beer, cigarettes, and other little essentials. If you'd like to pick up a bottle of wine or liquor, Mikes corner store is 2 blocks up (towards the French quarter) on the corner of St. Claude and Bartholomew and also has beer and cigarettes.
Magnolia Super Market
2201 Magnolia St
Magnolia Market is on the corner of St. Claude and France street. It's a little convenience store with beer, cigarettes, and other little essentials. If you'd like to pick up a bottle of wine or liquor, Mikes corner store is 2 blocks up (towards the French quarter) on the corner of St. Claude and Bartholomew and also has beer and cigarettes.