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Guidebook for New Orleans

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Guidebook for New Orleans

Drinks & Nightlife
Favorite dish -Fish Marigny with the Shrimp in a creole cream sauce with a loaded mushroom baked potato on the side. Balcony and floor seating for viewing some of the best JAZZ Artist from around the world. After a great cocktail dinner and live show, you can enjoy the experience of Frenchman street a great night!
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Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro
626 Frenchmen Street
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Favorite dish -Fish Marigny with the Shrimp in a creole cream sauce with a loaded mushroom baked potato on the side. Balcony and floor seating for viewing some of the best JAZZ Artist from around the world. After a great cocktail dinner and live show, you can enjoy the experience of Frenchman street a great night!
Set outside the French Quarter so you can actually take the car and park, this club consists of a bar plus a small stage at the back and room for about 25 tables where you can eat and drink. The food is moderately priced and fair quality. But its the music you come for and the atmosphere. A high percentage local audience provides bags of atmosphere. The music varies night to night but has some really good local singers as well as more established acts. Well worth a visit.
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Sweet Lorraine's Jazz Club
1931 Saint Claude Avenue
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Set outside the French Quarter so you can actually take the car and park, this club consists of a bar plus a small stage at the back and room for about 25 tables where you can eat and drink. The food is moderately priced and fair quality. But its the music you come for and the atmosphere. A high percentage local audience provides bags of atmosphere. The music varies night to night but has some really good local singers as well as more established acts. Well worth a visit.
A nice spacious club inside Harrah's casino. The staff is friendly and quick with the drinks, the music is good, and lots of TV;s too. Priced for a casino for sure.
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Masquerade Nightclub
8 Canal Street
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A nice spacious club inside Harrah's casino. The staff is friendly and quick with the drinks, the music is good, and lots of TV;s too. Priced for a casino for sure.
Take a self walking tour of the French quarter and definitely head for Pat O’Briens. Enjoy the atmosphere and sample all of their signature drinks. Favorite is the rainbow and the hurricane. Would recommend stopping at this historical place, and enjoying a true New Orleans libation.
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Pat O'Brien's
718 Saint Peter Street
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Take a self walking tour of the French quarter and definitely head for Pat O’Briens. Enjoy the atmosphere and sample all of their signature drinks. Favorite is the rainbow and the hurricane. Would recommend stopping at this historical place, and enjoying a true New Orleans libation.
Tipitina’s is a world famous music venue located at the corner of Napoleon Avenue and Tchoupitoulas Street in Uptown, New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Tipitina's
501 Napoleon Avenue
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Tipitina’s is a world famous music venue located at the corner of Napoleon Avenue and Tchoupitoulas Street in Uptown, New Orleans, Louisiana.
If New Orleans’ music scene could be traced to a single street, it would definitely be Frenchmen. The three-block section in the city’s now-hipstery Marigny district is packed with some of NOLA’s most well known and frequented bars and clubs, including The Spotted Cat and The Maison. A relative newcomer to the scene, The Three Muses opened in 2010 and quickly distinguished itself not only for holding its own when its comes to heavy hitting musical acts—hosting lively performances of hot jazz, country and western and piano—but also for its superb food and drink offerings. Dive into a plate of bistro-inflected fare, such as beer-braised pork belly, grab a house cocktail such as the Spaghetti Western (bourbon, Campari, rosemary syrup), and soak in the good vibes.
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Three Muses
536 Frenchmen St
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If New Orleans’ music scene could be traced to a single street, it would definitely be Frenchmen. The three-block section in the city’s now-hipstery Marigny district is packed with some of NOLA’s most well known and frequented bars and clubs, including The Spotted Cat and The Maison. A relative newcomer to the scene, The Three Muses opened in 2010 and quickly distinguished itself not only for holding its own when its comes to heavy hitting musical acts—hosting lively performances of hot jazz, country and western and piano—but also for its superb food and drink offerings. Dive into a plate of bistro-inflected fare, such as beer-braised pork belly, grab a house cocktail such as the Spaghetti Western (bourbon, Campari, rosemary syrup), and soak in the good vibes.
Long and narrow, with a handsome tin ceiling that glows gold under soft-lit sconces, Maple Leaf Bar hosts some of the city’s best acts nightly. Tuesday nights with the Rebirth Brass Band are a floor-stomping citywide institution, while Sunday evenings feature the more laid back Joe Krown Trio. The bar offers a free crawfish boil that’s been known to include odds ‘n’ ends such as sausage, pork chops and even a whole pig’s head. Located in New Orleans’ stately Uptown district, Maple Leaf is a nice departure from the French Quarter scene.
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Maple Leaf Bar
8316 Oak Street
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Long and narrow, with a handsome tin ceiling that glows gold under soft-lit sconces, Maple Leaf Bar hosts some of the city’s best acts nightly. Tuesday nights with the Rebirth Brass Band are a floor-stomping citywide institution, while Sunday evenings feature the more laid back Joe Krown Trio. The bar offers a free crawfish boil that’s been known to include odds ‘n’ ends such as sausage, pork chops and even a whole pig’s head. Located in New Orleans’ stately Uptown district, Maple Leaf is a nice departure from the French Quarter scene.
Formerly an underground, artist-dominated coffee shop, the Freret building that houses Gasa Gasa was taken over in 2013 by an experimental art collective that upholds the space’s visual and sonic past. A nice departure for New Orleans music lovers looking to see something other than the city’s amazing jazz, Gasa Gasa’s diverse calendar includes small indie rock bands, Thursday night cornhole in the courtyard, and the occasional 90s dance party. Art installations, such as wall-mounted 3-D triangles form a canvas for the club’s sophisticated projection mapping setup, and event prices are millennial-friendly, typically topping out at around $10.
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Gasa Gasa
4920 Freret Street
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Formerly an underground, artist-dominated coffee shop, the Freret building that houses Gasa Gasa was taken over in 2013 by an experimental art collective that upholds the space’s visual and sonic past. A nice departure for New Orleans music lovers looking to see something other than the city’s amazing jazz, Gasa Gasa’s diverse calendar includes small indie rock bands, Thursday night cornhole in the courtyard, and the occasional 90s dance party. Art installations, such as wall-mounted 3-D triangles form a canvas for the club’s sophisticated projection mapping setup, and event prices are millennial-friendly, typically topping out at around $10.
Arts & Culture
The Cabildo is a historical building with a storied history of fires, rebuilding, and roles as the seat of the former Spanish territorial government and home to the former Spanish Territorial Court. Walking through the building one can sense the history of former times.
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The Cabildo
701 Chartres Street
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The Cabildo is a historical building with a storied history of fires, rebuilding, and roles as the seat of the former Spanish territorial government and home to the former Spanish Territorial Court. Walking through the building one can sense the history of former times.
he line up of events will include live music, dance, theatre, poetry, comedy, film and visual arts. Located at 2372 St Claude Ave, in the New Orleans Healing Center, a 55,000 square feet building formerly Universal Furniture, Cafe Istanbul joins the St Claude arts district as it latest partner providing coveted and needed space for the ever burgeoning NOLA theatre and performance community.
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Cafe Istanbul
2372 Saint Claude Avenue
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he line up of events will include live music, dance, theatre, poetry, comedy, film and visual arts. Located at 2372 St Claude Ave, in the New Orleans Healing Center, a 55,000 square feet building formerly Universal Furniture, Cafe Istanbul joins the St Claude arts district as it latest partner providing coveted and needed space for the ever burgeoning NOLA theatre and performance community.
Congo Square is an open space, now within Louis Armstrong Park, which is located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street north of the French Quarter. The Tremé neighborhood is famous for its history of African American music.
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Congo Square
701 North Rampart Street
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Congo Square is an open space, now within Louis Armstrong Park, which is located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street north of the French Quarter. The Tremé neighborhood is famous for its history of African American music.
Burial site of voodoo queen Marie Laveau & other historical notables in 18th- & 19th-century vaults.
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St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
425 Basin Street
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Burial site of voodoo queen Marie Laveau & other historical notables in 18th- & 19th-century vaults.
The Hermann–Grima House is a historic house museum in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. The meticulously-restored home reflects the "Golden Age" of New Orleans. It is a handsome Federal-style mansion with courtyard garden, built in 1831.
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Hermann-Grima House
820 Saint Louis Street
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The Hermann–Grima House is a historic house museum in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. The meticulously-restored home reflects the "Golden Age" of New Orleans. It is a handsome Federal-style mansion with courtyard garden, built in 1831.
The Beauregard-Keyes House is a historic residence located at 1113 Chartres Street in the French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. It is currently a museum focusing on some of the past residents of the house, most notably Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard and American author Frances Parkinson Keyes.
Beauregard-Keyes House
1113 Chartres St
The Beauregard-Keyes House is a historic residence located at 1113 Chartres Street in the French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. It is currently a museum focusing on some of the past residents of the house, most notably Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard and American author Frances Parkinson Keyes.
Gallier House is a restored 19th-century historic house museum located on Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was originally the home of prominent New Orleans architect, James Gallier, Jr. Construction began in 1857 and he moved in with his wife and children in 1860.
Gallier House
1132 Royal Street
Gallier House is a restored 19th-century historic house museum located on Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was originally the home of prominent New Orleans architect, James Gallier, Jr. Construction began in 1857 and he moved in with his wife and children in 1860.
Ursuline Convent was a series of historic Ursuline convents in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1726, nuns from the Ursuline Convent of Rouen went to New Orleans to found a convent, run a hospital, and take care of educating young girls.
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Old Ursuline Convent Museum
1100 Chartres Street
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Ursuline Convent was a series of historic Ursuline convents in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1726, nuns from the Ursuline Convent of Rouen went to New Orleans to found a convent, run a hospital, and take care of educating young girls.
The National World War II Museum tells the story of the of the American Experience in the war that changed the world. If you love history, you can spend an entire day in this museum. This museum has some great vintage military aircrafts, weapons, tanks, artifacts and exhibits from the WW II. Go for ‘Beyond All Boundaries’ show which costs an extra $5 apart from the ticket but it is totally worth it. I spent almost 4 hours in this museum but couldn’t finish it!
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The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street
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The National World War II Museum tells the story of the of the American Experience in the war that changed the world. If you love history, you can spend an entire day in this museum. This museum has some great vintage military aircrafts, weapons, tanks, artifacts and exhibits from the WW II. Go for ‘Beyond All Boundaries’ show which costs an extra $5 apart from the ticket but it is totally worth it. I spent almost 4 hours in this museum but couldn’t finish it!
Food Markets
Organic and healthy Whole Foods.
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Whole Foods Market
300 North Broad Street
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Organic and healthy Whole Foods.
Food Scene
You can’t come to New Orleans without stopping here. Why should you visit Cafe du Monde? (A) when you first get in town and want a quick but classic New Orleans experience, or (B) when it’s 2 AM, the music clubs have just closed, and you’ve developed a craving for a couple of hot beignets with coffee. ENJOY LIFE !!!
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Café du Monde
800 Decatur St
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You can’t come to New Orleans without stopping here. Why should you visit Cafe du Monde? (A) when you first get in town and want a quick but classic New Orleans experience, or (B) when it’s 2 AM, the music clubs have just closed, and you’ve developed a craving for a couple of hot beignets with coffee. ENJOY LIFE !!!
10 minute walk from apartment. The best meal yet. In the middle of a cool little neighborhood. Place is known by locals and they even call Willie Mae’s (NOT Willies Chicken Shack!) the best Fried Chicken in town. Omg. Might have a wait outside to be seated but I am telling you, it is more than worth the wait. Candied Yams, Mac & Cheese, Corned Bread Muffin....amazing. A must stop. And the added bonus is that it gets you off the tourist streets and into a real neighborhood of New Orleans and having a meal with locals.
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Willie Mae's Scotch House
2401 Saint Ann Street
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10 minute walk from apartment. The best meal yet. In the middle of a cool little neighborhood. Place is known by locals and they even call Willie Mae’s (NOT Willies Chicken Shack!) the best Fried Chicken in town. Omg. Might have a wait outside to be seated but I am telling you, it is more than worth the wait. Candied Yams, Mac & Cheese, Corned Bread Muffin....amazing. A must stop. And the added bonus is that it gets you off the tourist streets and into a real neighborhood of New Orleans and having a meal with locals.
The restaurant setting is attractive and very clean. The service is friendly, efficient and helpful. Excellent fish dinners of blackened catfish and blackened red fish.
Landry's Seafood House
620 Decatur St
The restaurant setting is attractive and very clean. The service is friendly, efficient and helpful. Excellent fish dinners of blackened catfish and blackened red fish.
Innovative upscale foodie court in repurposed train station. Excellent Small Food Hall St. Roch Market is a charming food hall which is located outside the touristy area of the French Quarter. Consequently you'll see plenty of locals grabbing a quick meal, coffee, or a drink. There are about a dozen places here: you can have Haitian griot or Southern Grits...or perhaps Pho, coffee, or chocolate A nice change from the hubbub of the Quarter. As elsewhere in New Orleans, everyone here was friendly, especially the Filipino woman who took the trays and was gracious enough to offer to fill up our water. She was warm and friendly and took time to chat. A real asset to St. Roch Market although sad
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St. Roch Market New Orleans
2381 Saint Claude Avenue
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Innovative upscale foodie court in repurposed train station. Excellent Small Food Hall St. Roch Market is a charming food hall which is located outside the touristy area of the French Quarter. Consequently you'll see plenty of locals grabbing a quick meal, coffee, or a drink. There are about a dozen places here: you can have Haitian griot or Southern Grits...or perhaps Pho, coffee, or chocolate A nice change from the hubbub of the Quarter. As elsewhere in New Orleans, everyone here was friendly, especially the Filipino woman who took the trays and was gracious enough to offer to fill up our water. She was warm and friendly and took time to chat. A real asset to St. Roch Market although sad
Commander's Palace, nestled in the middle of the tree-lined Garden District, has been a New Orleans landmark since 1893. Known for the award-winning quality of its food and its convivial atmosphere, the history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans' storied past and has been the go-to destination for Haute Creole cuisine and whimsical Louisiana charm. The winner of seven James Beard Foundation Awards, Commander's Palace has evolved into a culinary legend. When Ella, Dottie, Dick and John Brennan took over personal supervision of the restaurant in 1974, they began to give the splendid old landmark a new look both inside and out including painting the outside the iconic "Commander's Blue." Now under the watchful eye of co-proprietors Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan, the Brennan family's dedication to perfection has never wavered. A steady parade of renowned chefs - Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Jamie Shannon, and now Tory McPhail - have made Commander's Palace the world-class restaurant what it is today and its leading-edge Haute Creole cuisine reflects the best of the city.
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Commander's Palace
1403 Washington Avenue
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Commander's Palace, nestled in the middle of the tree-lined Garden District, has been a New Orleans landmark since 1893. Known for the award-winning quality of its food and its convivial atmosphere, the history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans' storied past and has been the go-to destination for Haute Creole cuisine and whimsical Louisiana charm. The winner of seven James Beard Foundation Awards, Commander's Palace has evolved into a culinary legend. When Ella, Dottie, Dick and John Brennan took over personal supervision of the restaurant in 1974, they began to give the splendid old landmark a new look both inside and out including painting the outside the iconic "Commander's Blue." Now under the watchful eye of co-proprietors Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan, the Brennan family's dedication to perfection has never wavered. A steady parade of renowned chefs - Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Jamie Shannon, and now Tory McPhail - have made Commander's Palace the world-class restaurant what it is today and its leading-edge Haute Creole cuisine reflects the best of the city.
Our customers come from all across the globe to get a taste of our local flavor. Well known for Authentic Creole Cuisine, Neyow’s is one of the most recommended restaurants by Uber Drivers and Hotel Concierge. Our menu comes straight from our grandmother’s recipes, rich in our Creole heritage.
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Neyow's Creole Café
3332 Bienville Street
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Our customers come from all across the globe to get a taste of our local flavor. Well known for Authentic Creole Cuisine, Neyow’s is one of the most recommended restaurants by Uber Drivers and Hotel Concierge. Our menu comes straight from our grandmother’s recipes, rich in our Creole heritage.
Deanie's Seafood is loved by locals as the "Best Seafood Restaurant" (Times Picayune), "Best Place for Crawfish" (Tops of the Town 2014, New Orleans magazine) and the favorite place for fresh Louisiana seafood prepared in our signature Creole seasonings. For over 50 years Deanie's has been serving huge portions of the best boiled, broiled and fried seafood. Its two restaurants in Bucktown and the French Quarter earned a Zagat food and service rating of “very good to excellent,” and its French Quarter private dining spaces are perfect for special events, rehearsal dinner and weddings. Join us in Bucktown and in the French Quarter or visit Deanie's Louisiana seafood market online at shopdeanies.com for fresh seafood and Deanie's prepared items shipped anywhere in the United States.
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Deanie's Seafood Restaurant in the French Quarter
841 Iberville Street
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Deanie's Seafood is loved by locals as the "Best Seafood Restaurant" (Times Picayune), "Best Place for Crawfish" (Tops of the Town 2014, New Orleans magazine) and the favorite place for fresh Louisiana seafood prepared in our signature Creole seasonings. For over 50 years Deanie's has been serving huge portions of the best boiled, broiled and fried seafood. Its two restaurants in Bucktown and the French Quarter earned a Zagat food and service rating of “very good to excellent,” and its French Quarter private dining spaces are perfect for special events, rehearsal dinner and weddings. Join us in Bucktown and in the French Quarter or visit Deanie's Louisiana seafood market online at shopdeanies.com for fresh seafood and Deanie's prepared items shipped anywhere in the United States.
Lively New Orleans-based chain offering oysters, po' boys, gumbo & other Cajun-Creole classics.
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Acme Oyster House
724 Iberville Street
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Lively New Orleans-based chain offering oysters, po' boys, gumbo & other Cajun-Creole classics.
Cajun and Creole Cafe offering seafood as a French Quarter Restaurant. Oceana Grill is located just steps off of Bourbon Street the heart of the French Quarter. With Chef Specials daily, Oceana Grill is sure to have exactly what you are looking for.
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Oceana Grill
739 Conti Street
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Cajun and Creole Cafe offering seafood as a French Quarter Restaurant. Oceana Grill is located just steps off of Bourbon Street the heart of the French Quarter. With Chef Specials daily, Oceana Grill is sure to have exactly what you are looking for.
The Blue Crab Restaurant & Oyster Bar is the newest addition to the New Orleans Lakefront area. Overlooking beautiful Lake Pontchartrain, the restaurant is locally owned and operated, and proudly serves only the finest Louisiana seafood. The Blue Crab is a throwback to the good ol' days of West End. Remember relaxing on the dock, drinking an ice cold beer and eating hot boiled crawfish & crabs? Our atmosphere will bring you right back there as old memories are shared and new memories are created. We are excited to be a part of the community, and to be a landmark raising the standard in the revitalization of the Lakefront area.
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The Blue Crab Restaurant and Oyster Bar
7900 Lakeshore Drive
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The Blue Crab Restaurant & Oyster Bar is the newest addition to the New Orleans Lakefront area. Overlooking beautiful Lake Pontchartrain, the restaurant is locally owned and operated, and proudly serves only the finest Louisiana seafood. The Blue Crab is a throwback to the good ol' days of West End. Remember relaxing on the dock, drinking an ice cold beer and eating hot boiled crawfish & crabs? Our atmosphere will bring you right back there as old memories are shared and new memories are created. We are excited to be a part of the community, and to be a landmark raising the standard in the revitalization of the Lakefront area.
We are located at the corner of Broad and Bienville streets, proudly serving Mid-City and surrounding community. Whole Foods Market Broad St. anchors The ReFresh Project, a 60,000-square-foot development that aims to stimulate growth in New Orleans’ Broad Street commercial corridor and to improve access to fresh, high-quality food and health-related programs in the community. More details, tenant profiles, and video are available in the online newsroom. Like all Whole Foods Market stores, we are committed to selling the highest quality natural and organic products available. We pride ourselves on guest service and knowing our guests’ names, so be sure to introduce yourself the next time you visit us. Thank you for choosing to shop with us at Whole Foods Market Broad Street. We appreciate our community's commitment to glass recycling, however, we are no longer accepting glass recycling at our store. Thank you for your cooperation. For those in need of an alternative, you may drop off bottles, jars and other glass items at the city's Recycling Drop-Off Center located at 2829 Elysian Fields Ave
The Original French Market Restaurant and Bar
1001 Decatur Street
We are located at the corner of Broad and Bienville streets, proudly serving Mid-City and surrounding community. Whole Foods Market Broad St. anchors The ReFresh Project, a 60,000-square-foot development that aims to stimulate growth in New Orleans’ Broad Street commercial corridor and to improve access to fresh, high-quality food and health-related programs in the community. More details, tenant profiles, and video are available in the online newsroom. Like all Whole Foods Market stores, we are committed to selling the highest quality natural and organic products available. We pride ourselves on guest service and knowing our guests’ names, so be sure to introduce yourself the next time you visit us. Thank you for choosing to shop with us at Whole Foods Market Broad Street. We appreciate our community's commitment to glass recycling, however, we are no longer accepting glass recycling at our store. Thank you for your cooperation. For those in need of an alternative, you may drop off bottles, jars and other glass items at the city's Recycling Drop-Off Center located at 2829 Elysian Fields Ave
Everything Else
Wild Lotus, loves introducing yoga to beginners. You will find the teachers to be very friendly, kind, patient, and informative. Great Yoga Studio.
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Wild Lotus Yoga-Downtown
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Wild Lotus, loves introducing yoga to beginners. You will find the teachers to be very friendly, kind, patient, and informative. Great Yoga Studio.
Parks and Nature
The expansive park is symbolic of Louisiana landscape - with bayous and moss-lined ancient oaks. A favorite outdoor space for walkers, runners, rollerskaters and families.
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Audubon Park
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The expansive park is symbolic of Louisiana landscape - with bayous and moss-lined ancient oaks. A favorite outdoor space for walkers, runners, rollerskaters and families.
Louis Armstrong Park is a 32-acre park located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street from the French Quarter. In the 1960s a controversial urban renewal project leveled a substantial portion of the Tremé neighborhood adjacent to Congo Square.
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Louis Armstrong Park
701 North Rampart Street
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Louis Armstrong Park is a 32-acre park located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street from the French Quarter. In the 1960s a controversial urban renewal project leveled a substantial portion of the Tremé neighborhood adjacent to Congo Square.
Louis Armstrong Park is a 32-acre park located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street from the French Quarter. In the 1960s a controversial urban renewal project leveled a substantial portion of the Tremé neighborhood adjacent to Congo Square.
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Louis Armstrong Park
701 North Rampart Street
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Louis Armstrong Park is a 32-acre park located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street from the French Quarter. In the 1960s a controversial urban renewal project leveled a substantial portion of the Tremé neighborhood adjacent to Congo Square.
Steamboats on the River, Swamp Tours
The New Orleans Steamboat Company locally owns and operates the last authentic Steamboat on the Mighty Mississippi River: The Steamboat NATCHEZ Dinner Jazz and Daytime jazz cruises … run daily, year round, in the style of authentic steamboats in New Orleans for centuries! (Click here for schedule and reservations.) Steam Engine Room visitation, calliope, live jazz and optional Creole food and local beverages. Come aboard and enjoy New Orleans hospitality….. Steamboat Style!
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Steamboat NATCHEZ
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The New Orleans Steamboat Company locally owns and operates the last authentic Steamboat on the Mighty Mississippi River: The Steamboat NATCHEZ Dinner Jazz and Daytime jazz cruises … run daily, year round, in the style of authentic steamboats in New Orleans for centuries! (Click here for schedule and reservations.) Steam Engine Room visitation, calliope, live jazz and optional Creole food and local beverages. Come aboard and enjoy New Orleans hospitality….. Steamboat Style!
Constructed in Moss Point, Mississippi, the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen took her maiden voyage on October 1, 1983. She is an authentic paddlewheeler powered by a 24-foot diameter paddlewheel and the most modern, fuel efficient GE diesel-electric system ever installed in a boat of this class. Even though the Creole Queen would have been right at home among the steamboats of 1850's New Orleans, passengers of that era could never have conceived of a paddlewheeler with her luxury, comfort and safety. Ninety tons of air conditioning and heating keep the interior spaces pleasant all year round. Luxurious private rooms, stereo music and sound systems, modern restrooms and handicapped accessible facilities all combine to make the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen a true floating palace.
Paddlewheeler Creole Queen
1 Poydras St
Constructed in Moss Point, Mississippi, the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen took her maiden voyage on October 1, 1983. She is an authentic paddlewheeler powered by a 24-foot diameter paddlewheel and the most modern, fuel efficient GE diesel-electric system ever installed in a boat of this class. Even though the Creole Queen would have been right at home among the steamboats of 1850's New Orleans, passengers of that era could never have conceived of a paddlewheeler with her luxury, comfort and safety. Ninety tons of air conditioning and heating keep the interior spaces pleasant all year round. Luxurious private rooms, stereo music and sound systems, modern restrooms and handicapped accessible facilities all combine to make the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen a true floating palace.
Swamps can hold hidden dangers such as alligators, wild boars, and even snakes. This guided tour guarantees you safe travel through one of Louisiana’s last preserved wetlands, and takes you to a Cajun village accessible only by boat. Plus, you'll learn about the history and culture of Honey Island Swamp from your guide as you cruise through the bayou.
Swamp Tours New Orleans
Swamps can hold hidden dangers such as alligators, wild boars, and even snakes. This guided tour guarantees you safe travel through one of Louisiana’s last preserved wetlands, and takes you to a Cajun village accessible only by boat. Plus, you'll learn about the history and culture of Honey Island Swamp from your guide as you cruise through the bayou.