Wineshop with live music in a cozy courtyard. The courtyard is pretty wonderful in the evening with live music, and a cozy all wood interior upstairs bar and seating if the weather is disagreeable.... 続きを読む
There is no better place to have dinner when the weather is nice. It's a wine shop in the front where you can purchase a bottle of wine and cheese if you'd like. They'll make your cheese up in a ta... 続きを読む
Famous place for coffee and beignets. Its basically fried dough with a bunch of powdered sugar on top but it comes out hot and fresh. The line is super long in the morning but its open 24 hours, I ... 続きを読む
Not really just a coffee shop -- it's iconic in our culture - from a stop for beignets and cafe au lait after a holiday mass at the St. Louis Cathedral or a lazy weekend strolling the French Quarte... 続きを読む
Wonderful park located in Mid-City, where my husband and his family grew up playing in, designed by the same architect that created Central Park. Attractions in the park include: The New Orleans Mu... 続きを読む
City Park is one of my favorite places to visit. Its unique and magical just like the city of New Orleans."Today’s City Park offers something for everyone. Stop and smell the roses in the Botanical... 続きを読む
New York style pizza, AMAZING pastas, and a cute outdoor patio. Surprisingly their in-house-made pasta beats almost every pasta place in the city. This used to be a bootleg pizza joint in the byw... 続きを読む
If you find yourself downtown, it's totally worth the trip to eat here. The restaurant was born from a crowd-funding campaign and has quickly become a local favorite, winning best tasting pizza in ... 続きを読む
Great music and inexpensive drinks make this Frenchman St. spot a favorite of locals and travelers alike. On any given night catch two sets of blues, jazz, latin, or any of their various permutatio... 続きを読む
Frenchman Street is a live music buffet. This isn't Bourbon. It is about the music. You can drink, of course. Start at Spotted Cat, get a drink, listen to some great New Orleans old school jazz an... 続きを読む
The Audubon Zoo is a zoo located in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is part of the Audubon Nature Institute which also manages the Aquarium of the Americas. The zoo covers 58 acres and is home to 2,000 ... 続きを読む
Located in historic Uptown New Orleans Audubon Zoo offers an exotic mix of animals from around the globe, engaging educational programs, hands-on animal encounters and lush gardens. Unique natural ... 続きを読む
We feel guilty even putting this on our list...it's a New Orleans insider secret and we'd like it to stay that way. It's not at all like a real country club, nary a golf shirt in sight! Instead it ... 続きを読む
Upscale and stylish American cuisine at great prices, with dining in a beautiful old dining room or on the veranda overlooking the pool. It's a great brunch place. Gay and straight friendly private... 続きを読む
Mimi's has bars both upstairs and downstairs. Downstairs it's drinks and pool and a chill environment. Upstairs it's drinks, and tapas, and some nights DJs and dancing. Special wink to DJ Soul Sist... 続きを読む
The best bar food in New Orleans! Downstairs is a smokey bar with a pool table, but upstairs is a quiet, non-smoking bar and amazing tapas. Try the steak, gambas, patatas bravas and the "trust me."
Bi-level bar draws locals for tapas & beers in a chill, quirky space, with DJs & dancing upstairs. Tapas served until 2AM.
More than 100 years old, and famed for its sprightly teal color and striped awnings, this historic restaurant defined (and continues to define) what “first-class service” means. Dining on Creole- a... 続きを読む
Commander's Palace was established in 1890, and is located in the Garden District of Uptown New Orleans. It is a New Orleans classic that offers great Creole cuisine. It is a little on the tourist... 続きを読む
Mon-Sun 7 am - 5 pm breakfast, brunch, lunch Fresh juices, coffee, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free friendly, organic, locally sourced
Great lunch & brunch & coffee spot with fresh juices, salads, sanwiches, coffee and more. Locally sourced, fresh and delicious. Just downstairs from the loft!
Satsuma Café satsumacafe.com OMG YUM! Fresh juice, delicious coffee, & the breakfast/lunch is unbelievable. Sourdough toast, Goat Cheese, Arugula w/ Lemon Vin, a Fried Egg, Avocado, Cherry Tomatos YUM
Smooth offshoot of an NYC pub pours craft beer & hosts an eclectic lineup of nightly live music. Check their website for live music schedule.
This music club features performances by local and regional acts every night of the week, and all tickets are first come, first serve. 618 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116 www.dbaneworleans.com
This is a fun, high energy bar. Smooth offshoot of an NYC pub pours craft beer & hosts an eclectic lineup of nightly live music.
Just two blocks away, Elizabeth’s restaurant – very popular for breakfast, lunch and brunch - their praline bacon is a cross between praline candy & salty pork, truly amazing and not to be missed.
Elizabeth's Restaurant www.elizabethsrestaurantnola.com Crab Cakes with Cilantro Cream yes please! Praline Bacon, WTF! Great local vibe, yummy rich breakfast or dinner.
Get their namesake drink. I assure you, you'll only need one. There's also the Monsoon, but, again, get one. At 10 dollars (except during high season when it's a little more), the big Port of Ca... 続きを読む
Best hamburgers in New Orleans, ask about their specialty drinks (Huma Huma or the Monsoon). 4-5 block walk. Be prepared to wait in line, but do wait!
Known for its big delicious burgers. Can get busy on weekends. Get a monsoon but be careful as they are strong. Great way to start a night in the quarter or on frenchmen St.
Great bakery and breakfast/lunch place nestled into a sleepy block in the Marigny neighborhood. Easy to walk or bike from the house, the former is a meandering 20 minute walk. Very local, with loca... 続きを読む
The people here are lovely, and the food (breakfast and lunch) is wonderful! During Mardi Gras they are known for their unique goat cheese and apple king cake. I like the everything bagel, the sh... 続きを読む
Spoiler alert: St. Roch is less a "market" and more of a food court. If you're after great food and drink from a variety of local vendors, with a chic urban vibe, you're at the right place! The M... 続きを読む
Opened in 2016 this place is a big open indoor market with probably about 15 different kitchens and shared seating. Its an incubator for restaurants that are just starting up. There is a bar and th... 続きを読む
Maple leaf is a quintessential live music spot in New Orleans, Rebirth Brass Band on Tuesday nights is a big draw as well as various Jazz and Blues acts that frequent the other nights of the week. ... 続きを読む
One of the iconic Uptown music venues, we are proud to share a neighborhood with the Maple Leaf. For an authentic brass band experience, check out the Grammy award winning Rebirth Brass Band on Tue... 続きを読む
My happy place. In the beautiful City Park.New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), New Orleans’ oldest fine arts institution, opened in 1911. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of... 続きを読む
NOMA features French and American fine art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works, pottery and more. There is a gift shop, a cafe and outside is the Sculpture Garden. Also, there are ... 続きを読む
Casual dining that's a little pricier but so worth it. There is a tree growing within this cozy, French gem. You won't be disappointed. Get a window seat and some moules frites.
Charming little place with all outside (under tent) dining. It's not cheap but the food is pretty solid, the cocktails delicious and the place has a certain charm. There's literally a tree growing ... 続きを読む
Romantic, intimate French restaurant. (Tree growing through roof of indoor/outdoor seating). Nice brunch spot. The authentic French food is quite good given the price. I enjoy the steak frites.
Hands down the best poboys in town! One of my absolute favorite things to do if the weather is nice is get a shrimp poboy from Parkway walk over to a nice spot on the bayou and have a picnic-style ... 続きを読む
Best Po-Boy in the City Enjoy a poor boy in a nostalgic setting at Parkway Bakery & Tavern, which is located at the corner of Hagan and Toulouse overlooking Bayou St. John in Mid-City New Orleans.... 続きを読む
Opened in 1977 and is one of the cities oldest music clubs. Was the stage for Professor Longhair (Fess) and since has become an iconic club for launching careers of well known artists. We are an... 続きを読む
Tipitina's began as a neighborhood juke joint, established in 1977, by a group of young music fans (The Fabulous Fo'teen) to provide a place for Professor Longhair to perform in his final years. Th... 続きを読む
This is a great New Orleans Staple. Make sure to try the fresh watermelon mojitos when in season and the Shrimp and Alligator Sausage Cheesecake and the Austin Leslie's Fried Chicken. Then walk nex... 続きを読む
A monumental uptown restaurant that serves rich New Orleans fare in a unique, busy setting. Prices are not outrageous, though I wouldn't say this is where you should go to be thrifty. I've always s... 続きを読む
Coffee and beignets: skip the line at Cafe du Monde and enjoy a walk to, and in City Park. Betzhoff Sculpture Garden is steps away. Watch the kids catch sac-au-lait and feed the ducks.
The beignets here are a little different then Café du Monde, but no less delicious! Rather than having powdered sugar piled high, they arrive to the table bare and you can add as much or as little ... 続きを読む
Looming large against the Mississippi River is the extraordinary Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, one of the top museums of its kind in America. Here the visitor finds 15,000 sea life creatures, r... 続きを読む
Located on the Mississippi River adjacent to the French Quarter Audubon Aquarium of the Americas immerses you in an underwater world. The colors of a Caribbean reef come alive in our walk-through t... 続きを読む
One of the oldest horse racing tracks in the US with racing from November through March.Location of Jazz Fest. Cafe & deli inside Casino open til 11 pm weeknights - 12 weekends
Jazz Fest last weekend of April and first weekend of May happens here. From Thanksgiving till then they have daily horse racing. Little known secret - very cheap and good red beans and rice here.
Enjoy a morning bike ride to City Park and in 5-10 minutes be at this locals coffee house.
Cozy coffeehouse with pastries, vegan snacks & fair-trade brews, plus outdoor seating.
Local Flair - indoor and outdoor seating. Low-key, chill vibe. Nothing like Starbucks.
Although it upholds it's reputation for drinking and nightlife fun, Bourbon Street and the French Quarters produced some of the most iconic jazz musicians there ever was. Easily stroll down Bourbon... 続きを読む
Great place to people watch, eat, drink and walk during the day. At night, restaurants and Bourbon Street light it up. Word of warning. If you wait for closing time, it won't happen on Bourbon. Ro... 続きを読む
Want to dance on Saturday night? DJ Soul Sister brings her mix of "underground disco, rare groove, old school funk, boogie, true school hip hop, fusion jazz movers and groovers". Always a good time.
DJ Soul Sister funk dance party every Saturday night at 10pm, plus live music and comedy shows throughout the week
Neighbor to Bayou Wine Garden can connected. Just overall fun place with another great outdoor covered patio space. Check it out for delicious boiled crawfish on Fridays 3 pm on and Saturday and S... 続きを読む
Amazing patio space that is great both rain or shine - it's also dog-friendly, so your furry friends can come along. If beer isn't your style, check out Bayou Wine Garden - they share the same addr... 続きを読む
Very delightful small Spanish restaurant. Wonderful service, wonderful food. Genuine paella and sangria. Loved it. Nice, quiet, intimate, special. You can bring your own wine from Swirl as well!
Paella, grilled calamari, crabmeat tropicale, roasted mushrooms, just a great little noisy packed Spanish place...no delivery, no reservations...wine list, but you can bring your own for a corkage fee
One of the oldest buildings still used as a bar in the US. Lit only by candle light at night, it is a great place for a Hurricane (the best in the city) or have a drink by the piano bar.
The oldest running bar in the country, dating back to the 1720s. Everything you want in a historic French Quarter spot: dim lights, live piano, and occasional ghost sightings. Definitely worth the ... 続きを読む