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Chris + Caroline's NOLA guidebook

Christopher
Christopher
Joined in 2014
Christopher

Chris + Caroline's NOLA guidebook

Food scene
One of the oldest, most well known restaurants. Friday lunch is a local favorite but any day and time will be fun. It is super old school. Plan on wining and dining and enjoying yourself with no rush. Coats are required for men and no jeans. They don't take reservations for the main dining room but there is a bar if you have to wait.
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Galatoires
209 Bourbon Street
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One of the oldest, most well known restaurants. Friday lunch is a local favorite but any day and time will be fun. It is super old school. Plan on wining and dining and enjoying yourself with no rush. Coats are required for men and no jeans. They don't take reservations for the main dining room but there is a bar if you have to wait.
Beautiful and classic. Great cocktails and lively. Must get the World famous Bananas Foster!
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Brennan's
417 Royal Street
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Beautiful and classic. Great cocktails and lively. Must get the World famous Bananas Foster!
Gastro feel in a beautiful space and reasonably priced. Reservations recommended but we can usually always squeeze in at the bar when it is just us two. Cool courtyard.
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Sylvain
625 Chartres Street
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Gastro feel in a beautiful space and reasonably priced. Reservations recommended but we can usually always squeeze in at the bar when it is just us two. Cool courtyard.
One of my favorite bars in the quarter. You can always count on getting a refreshing, fancy cocktail. Great small plates!
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Cane & Table
1113 Decatur St
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One of my favorite bars in the quarter. You can always count on getting a refreshing, fancy cocktail. Great small plates!
at Arnaud’s- A really neat old time bar with classic "Vieux Carre," (meaning French Quarter) cocktails
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French 75
813 Bienville St
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at Arnaud’s- A really neat old time bar with classic "Vieux Carre," (meaning French Quarter) cocktails
Burgers! Its at the end of the quarter on Esplanade and been around forever. 3 blocks away! Good but extremely heavy and all burgers come with a baked potato. Stand in line with a cocktail and people watch!
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Port of Call
838 Esplanade Avenue
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Burgers! Its at the end of the quarter on Esplanade and been around forever. 3 blocks away! Good but extremely heavy and all burgers come with a baked potato. Stand in line with a cocktail and people watch!
ALL time FAVE! There's no other place quite like it that I've ever been too. Its outdoor patio and live music is wonderful and such an experience. A local favorite. Live music every evening. Its so cheap but the food is beyond amazing and the atmosphere is like no other. You walk in and select your wine and take it the courtyard then find a table or spot to squeeze in and go from there! Must be 21 to go. Possibly 18 but double check and call first.
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Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
600 Poland Avenue
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ALL time FAVE! There's no other place quite like it that I've ever been too. Its outdoor patio and live music is wonderful and such an experience. A local favorite. Live music every evening. Its so cheap but the food is beyond amazing and the atmosphere is like no other. You walk in and select your wine and take it the courtyard then find a table or spot to squeeze in and go from there! Must be 21 to go. Possibly 18 but double check and call first.
AMAZING pizza. Its my personal favorite and it’s super quirky and definitely a hipster spot. Next door is Bratz y'all, Down the street is a cool beer brewery called Parleaux Beer Lab and Bud Rips & markey's bar (Probably the best hipster dive bars, quite the eclectic New Orleans crowd but so fun)
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Pizza Delicious
617 Piety Street
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AMAZING pizza. Its my personal favorite and it’s super quirky and definitely a hipster spot. Next door is Bratz y'all, Down the street is a cool beer brewery called Parleaux Beer Lab and Bud Rips & markey's bar (Probably the best hipster dive bars, quite the eclectic New Orleans crowd but so fun)
A tourist spot but also a local. It's fun to celebrate anything there with their jazz brunch and jazz trio bands serenading you and the 25 cent martinis at lunch are always a plus!
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Commander's Palace
1403 Washington Avenue
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A tourist spot but also a local. It's fun to celebrate anything there with their jazz brunch and jazz trio bands serenading you and the 25 cent martinis at lunch are always a plus!
A few blocks away on St. Claude! Tons of options with local cuisine and international flair! Food hall & bar with several vendors. Indoor & outdoor seating.
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St. Roch Market New Orleans
2381 Saint Claude Avenue
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A few blocks away on St. Claude! Tons of options with local cuisine and international flair! Food hall & bar with several vendors. Indoor & outdoor seating.
Amazing neighborhood restaurant! A bit further away. I would recommend taking an uber, lyft or cab. But worth it. Very popular. Try to get reservations or if a small party you may be able to grab a bar seat!
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Bywater American Bistro
2900 Chartres St
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Amazing neighborhood restaurant! A bit further away. I would recommend taking an uber, lyft or cab. But worth it. Very popular. Try to get reservations or if a small party you may be able to grab a bar seat!
Casual. AMAZING, one of a kind brunch spot. Usually a wait but can go quickly if you don't mind waiting. FOOD is flavorful, good, HUGE, and the great brunch drinks! New Orleans culture.
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Elizabeth's
601 Gallier Street
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Casual. AMAZING, one of a kind brunch spot. Usually a wait but can go quickly if you don't mind waiting. FOOD is flavorful, good, HUGE, and the great brunch drinks! New Orleans culture.
Upscale middle easter cuisine with local New Orleans flair. Located all the way in the Uptown neighborhood but worth the delicious flatbread, unique dishes and superb service!
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Saba
5757 Magazine St
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Upscale middle easter cuisine with local New Orleans flair. Located all the way in the Uptown neighborhood but worth the delicious flatbread, unique dishes and superb service!
Fantastic James Beard award winning "French New Orleans" cuisine. Upscale and classy! The blue crab beignets are to die for!
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La Petite Grocery
4238 Magazine Street
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Fantastic James Beard award winning "French New Orleans" cuisine. Upscale and classy! The blue crab beignets are to die for!
Bar Scene
at the Monteleone Hotel-Must Go. It's a beautiful Hotel and the Carousel still rotates, its worth the wait to get a spot or just admire from a table. Usually has music on the weekends not sure about during the week but probably!
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Carousel Bar
214 Royal Street
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at the Monteleone Hotel-Must Go. It's a beautiful Hotel and the Carousel still rotates, its worth the wait to get a spot or just admire from a table. Usually has music on the weekends not sure about during the week but probably!
You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go!
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Cafe Du Monde French Market
800 Decatur St
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You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go!
The art galleries and live street music are wonderful to stroll down and enjoy with a cocktail in hand and much less crowded than Bourbon Street.
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Royal Street
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The art galleries and live street music are wonderful to stroll down and enjoy with a cocktail in hand and much less crowded than Bourbon Street.
A beautiful Street to stroll. Architecture and beauty!
Chartres Street
A beautiful Street to stroll. Architecture and beauty!
One of the most fun bars. Locals and tourist go. It’s one of the oldest in the quarter at the very end of Bourbon street. The purple drink is surprisingly good and is sure to help you catch a buzz and sing along to the piano player!
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Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
941 Bourbon Street
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One of the most fun bars. Locals and tourist go. It’s one of the oldest in the quarter at the very end of Bourbon street. The purple drink is surprisingly good and is sure to help you catch a buzz and sing along to the piano player!
Obviously Bourbon Street has to be checked off. But go other places, neighborhoods, and areas too! NOLA has so many cool places! Best Bourbon Street Bars: Razoos, The Beach, The Cats Meow and Pat O'Brien best tourist bars!
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Bourbon Street
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Obviously Bourbon Street has to be checked off. But go other places, neighborhoods, and areas too! NOLA has so many cool places! Best Bourbon Street Bars: Razoos, The Beach, The Cats Meow and Pat O'Brien best tourist bars!
Super cool dive bar with pool table. A locals spot.
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R Bar
1431 Royal Street
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Super cool dive bar with pool table. A locals spot.
Super fun local spot with great tapas and dance parties upstairs.
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Mimi's In the Marigny
2601 Royal Street
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Super fun local spot with great tapas and dance parties upstairs.
Best Karaoke bar in the city besides The Cat's Meow on Bourbon Street! Wait to go a little later in the evening and prepared to laugh and have fun all night with dirt cheap drinks.
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Kajun's Pub
2256 Saint Claude Avenue
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Best Karaoke bar in the city besides The Cat's Meow on Bourbon Street! Wait to go a little later in the evening and prepared to laugh and have fun all night with dirt cheap drinks.
at The Pontchartrain Hotel- Amazing views of the city (probably the best views) and great cocktails! Great Gatsby vibe.
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Hot Tin
2031 St Charles Ave
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at The Pontchartrain Hotel- Amazing views of the city (probably the best views) and great cocktails! Great Gatsby vibe.
New, hip Hotel Bar. Originally an old church and grounds that has been completely renovated with a great fire place, courtyard, and fantastic craft cocktails. Intriguing design & aesthetic! Offers small plates as well and I believe there is an ice cream shop next door connected to hotel!
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Hotel Peter and Paul
2317 Burgundy St
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New, hip Hotel Bar. Originally an old church and grounds that has been completely renovated with a great fire place, courtyard, and fantastic craft cocktails. Intriguing design & aesthetic! Offers small plates as well and I believe there is an ice cream shop next door connected to hotel!
shopping
Cute local clothing store!
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Hemline
609 Chartres Street
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Cute local clothing store!
They have everything here. Make up/cosmetics, men & women's designer and contemporary clothing, shoes, handbags!
Saks Fifth Avenue
301 Canal Street
They have everything here. Make up/cosmetics, men & women's designer and contemporary clothing, shoes, handbags!
Hipster record shop.
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Euclid Records New Orleans
3301 Chartres Street
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Hipster record shop.
Interesting, eclectic signs and art in bywater neighborhood!
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Dr. Bob's Folk Art
3027 Chartres Street
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Interesting, eclectic signs and art in bywater neighborhood!
Sightseeing
3 Blocks away from property! Right behind the French quarter, Jazz clubs and live music in every venue, the locals Bourbon street. Check out the Frenchman Street Open air market- You'll see it lit up with string lights. It a small market always open with local art, jewelry and knick knacks, easy to do a quick walk through.
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Frenchmen Street
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3 Blocks away from property! Right behind the French quarter, Jazz clubs and live music in every venue, the locals Bourbon street. Check out the Frenchman Street Open air market- You'll see it lit up with string lights. It a small market always open with local art, jewelry and knick knacks, easy to do a quick walk through.
New Orleans is known for their above ground cemeteries and the ghosts that haunt the city. This is a beautiful one in the Garden District right across from Commander's Palace.
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Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
1416-1498 Washington Avenue
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New Orleans is known for their above ground cemeteries and the ghosts that haunt the city. This is a beautiful one in the Garden District right across from Commander's Palace.
Free & awesome to spend the day strolling or have a picnic to take in the scenery. Also, has a free sculpture garden to tour & a botanical garden (requires a ticket) & "storyland" for kids nearby! Absolutely gorgeous landscape!
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City Park
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Free & awesome to spend the day strolling or have a picnic to take in the scenery. Also, has a free sculpture garden to tour & a botanical garden (requires a ticket) & "storyland" for kids nearby! Absolutely gorgeous landscape!
Iconic local Park with lots of culture and jazz history! Lush greenery just a few blocks away. Perfect to stroll, picnic & occasional catch a free live music performance by locals! Hosts many events throughout the year, including Martin Luther King Day celebrations, Red Dress Run, festivals, such as the Congo Square Rhythms Festival, concerts, such as the Jazz in the Park weekly concert series, weddings, filming, and more!
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Louis Armstrong Park
701 North Rampart Street
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Iconic local Park with lots of culture and jazz history! Lush greenery just a few blocks away. Perfect to stroll, picnic & occasional catch a free live music performance by locals! Hosts many events throughout the year, including Martin Luther King Day celebrations, Red Dress Run, festivals, such as the Congo Square Rhythms Festival, concerts, such as the Jazz in the Park weekly concert series, weddings, filming, and more!
You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go!
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Cafe Du Monde French Market
800 Decatur St
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You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go!
Neighborhoods
Located just 3 blocks from the property you rented! Where New Orleans originated. The oldest area of the City. Fabulous original and preserved architecture, history, restaurants, bars, shopping and more. Stroll on foot, ride bikes, or take a horse & carriage tour through the ancient streets with creole cottages, shotgun homes, revival town homes. Guided walking tours and bike tours mentioned in guide bike.
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French Quarter
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Located just 3 blocks from the property you rented! Where New Orleans originated. The oldest area of the City. Fabulous original and preserved architecture, history, restaurants, bars, shopping and more. Stroll on foot, ride bikes, or take a horse & carriage tour through the ancient streets with creole cottages, shotgun homes, revival town homes. Guided walking tours and bike tours mentioned in guide bike.
The neighborhood you are staying in. You are actually staying in the area of the Marigny known as "The Marigny Triangle." It is called the triangle because of the way the streets wind and bend with the Mississippi River. This neighborhood is directly behind the French Quarter and above the neighborhood known as the Bywater or 9th ward. Known for it's funky and fun colors of homes, creative neighbors and charm. You'll find neighborhood bars, restaurants, art galleries and shops intermixed through the neighborhood which look like homes. If you are staying at our property at 1801 N. Rampart, you will notice the shape of the house and store front windows because back in the 1900s it use to be a corner store bakery. Enjoy strolling, riding bikes, and exploring a treasurable neighborhood filled with history and culture!
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Marigny
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The neighborhood you are staying in. You are actually staying in the area of the Marigny known as "The Marigny Triangle." It is called the triangle because of the way the streets wind and bend with the Mississippi River. This neighborhood is directly behind the French Quarter and above the neighborhood known as the Bywater or 9th ward. Known for it's funky and fun colors of homes, creative neighbors and charm. You'll find neighborhood bars, restaurants, art galleries and shops intermixed through the neighborhood which look like homes. If you are staying at our property at 1801 N. Rampart, you will notice the shape of the house and store front windows because back in the 1900s it use to be a corner store bakery. Enjoy strolling, riding bikes, and exploring a treasurable neighborhood filled with history and culture!
If your searching for creativity, color, culture and good vibes head on over to the bywater! Just past the Marigny. Once you see the train tracks you'll know when you cross them that you are now in the Bywater! The bywater is a hip and favorable scene. It is known for its local artists and colorful homes, large murals, and eclectic feel. The bohemian neighborhood is similar to the marigny but more quirky. Lots of outdoor cafes, boisterous dive bars and hip restaurants! Breath taking views of the Mississippi River and City can be seen from the Crescent Park.
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Bywater
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If your searching for creativity, color, culture and good vibes head on over to the bywater! Just past the Marigny. Once you see the train tracks you'll know when you cross them that you are now in the Bywater! The bywater is a hip and favorable scene. It is known for its local artists and colorful homes, large murals, and eclectic feel. The bohemian neighborhood is similar to the marigny but more quirky. Lots of outdoor cafes, boisterous dive bars and hip restaurants! Breath taking views of the Mississippi River and City can be seen from the Crescent Park.
In the charming Garden District, oak-shaded streets are lined with a diverse mix of homes, from single-story cottages to the grand historic mansions and lavish gardens of St. Charles Avenue, on the Mardi Gras parade route. Leafy Lafayette Cemetery is filled with ornate, 19th-century tombs. Boutiques and antique shops sit alongside fine-dining restaurants, casual cafes and local bars on and around Magazine Street.
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Garden District
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In the charming Garden District, oak-shaded streets are lined with a diverse mix of homes, from single-story cottages to the grand historic mansions and lavish gardens of St. Charles Avenue, on the Mardi Gras parade route. Leafy Lafayette Cemetery is filled with ornate, 19th-century tombs. Boutiques and antique shops sit alongside fine-dining restaurants, casual cafes and local bars on and around Magazine Street.
Uptown/Carrollton is a laid-back residential area known for its oak trees and landmark restaurants like the late-night Camellia Grill and the iconic Jacque-Imo’s, serving Creole cuisine. Venerable live music venues include the Maple Leaf Bar, for brass bands, bayou tunes and dancing. Quirky bookstores and indie clothing boutiques line Oak Street, while Palmer Park has a popular monthly art market. Freret Street is like the uptown version of Frenchman street in the Marigny but not as many music venues. Freret does offer fabulous restaurants, bars and some hopping! Magazine street goes all the way from the end of the french quarter at Canal Street to the tip of Uptown, it's about a 6.5 mile stretch! Magazine street is a must see!
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Uptown/Carrollton
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Uptown/Carrollton is a laid-back residential area known for its oak trees and landmark restaurants like the late-night Camellia Grill and the iconic Jacque-Imo’s, serving Creole cuisine. Venerable live music venues include the Maple Leaf Bar, for brass bands, bayou tunes and dancing. Quirky bookstores and indie clothing boutiques line Oak Street, while Palmer Park has a popular monthly art market. Freret Street is like the uptown version of Frenchman street in the Marigny but not as many music venues. Freret does offer fabulous restaurants, bars and some hopping! Magazine street goes all the way from the end of the french quarter at Canal Street to the tip of Uptown, it's about a 6.5 mile stretch! Magazine street is a must see!
Located in mid-city New Orleans! About 10 minute car or bike ride away! Beautiful homes, local restaurants/bars, and right near Jazz Fest! Rent kayaks on the bayou or explore by foot or bike. Check out the Wrong Iron bar, Bayou Wine & Beer garden, Luizza's by the track, Parkway tavern (for some of the BEST po-boys in nola), and a cool speak easy bar called PAL'S!
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Bayou St. John
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Located in mid-city New Orleans! About 10 minute car or bike ride away! Beautiful homes, local restaurants/bars, and right near Jazz Fest! Rent kayaks on the bayou or explore by foot or bike. Check out the Wrong Iron bar, Bayou Wine & Beer garden, Luizza's by the track, Parkway tavern (for some of the BEST po-boys in nola), and a cool speak easy bar called PAL'S!
Museums/ kid activities
Super cool! Amazing history. One of the best museums in the city!
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The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street
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Super cool! Amazing history. One of the best museums in the city!
Awesome for kids and adults alike!
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Audubon Zoo
6500 Magazine St
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Awesome for kids and adults alike!
Super cool! Very easy to get to. Located at the end of the French Quarter on Canal Street.
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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
1 Canal Street
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Super cool! Very easy to get to. Located at the end of the French Quarter on Canal Street.
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Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
423 Canal Street
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This place is brilliant for kids!! Meet some of the local children and other visitors! Very enchanting for children.
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Louisiana Children's Museum
420 Julia Street
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This place is brilliant for kids!! Meet some of the local children and other visitors! Very enchanting for children.
Beautiful collections of local artist and national exhibits!
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New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins Diboll Circle
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Beautiful collections of local artist and national exhibits!
Requires a ticket but worth it! Absolutely stunning and great inspiration place. Nearby is "storyland" for children to play! https://neworleanscitypark.com/botanical-garden
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New Orleans Botanical Garden
5 Victory Ave
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Requires a ticket but worth it! Absolutely stunning and great inspiration place. Nearby is "storyland" for children to play! https://neworleanscitypark.com/botanical-garden
History, Jazz, New Orleans Culture! Must see place to appreciate the true culture of New Orleans!
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Preservation Hall
726 Saint Peter Street
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History, Jazz, New Orleans Culture! Must see place to appreciate the true culture of New Orleans!
Tour the French Quarter, Garden District, Cemeteries or do a ghost tour! Very fun walking tour and informative on the local history & culture! https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com
New Orleans Legendary Walking Tours
941 Decatur St
Tour the French Quarter, Garden District, Cemeteries or do a ghost tour! Very fun walking tour and informative on the local history & culture! https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com
Activities
Fun casino! No smoking inside. Now also has a concert venue with great shows! https://www.caesars.com/harrahs-new-orleans
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Harrah's Casino New Orleans
8 Canal St
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Fun casino! No smoking inside. Now also has a concert venue with great shows! https://www.caesars.com/harrahs-new-orleans
Super cool boutique movie theatre! Has new releases and independent movies. There's a great bar inside and the best popcorn! Favorite neighborhood movie theatre located in mid-city. Easy to get to!
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The Broad Theater
636 N Broad St
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Super cool boutique movie theatre! Has new releases and independent movies. There's a great bar inside and the best popcorn! Favorite neighborhood movie theatre located in mid-city. Easy to get to!
An old school movie theatre with only one screen. Plays new & old movies. Very nostalgic and in the middle of a neighborhood! Fun experience and late night shows.
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Prytania Theatre
5339 Prytania Street
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An old school movie theatre with only one screen. Plays new & old movies. Very nostalgic and in the middle of a neighborhood! Fun experience and late night shows.
Located only one block away! The Royal Carriages, Horse & Carriage tours are a fun & great way to tour the city, architecture, history & culture of New Orleans while giving your feet a rest & relaxing in the carriage!
Royal Carriages
1620 Pauger Street
Located only one block away! The Royal Carriages, Horse & Carriage tours are a fun & great way to tour the city, architecture, history & culture of New Orleans while giving your feet a rest & relaxing in the carriage!
Fun, great history and have a cocktail while you tour the french quarter & learn more! Watch out for ghosts watching you!!! Spooky! https://hauntedhistorytours.com
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Haunted History Tours
723 St Peter
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Fun, great history and have a cocktail while you tour the french quarter & learn more! Watch out for ghosts watching you!!! Spooky! https://hauntedhistorytours.com
Tour the French Quarter, Garden District, Cemeteries or do a ghost tour! Very fun walking tour and informative on the local history & culture! https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com
New Orleans Legendary Walking Tours
941 Decatur St
Tour the French Quarter, Garden District, Cemeteries or do a ghost tour! Very fun walking tour and informative on the local history & culture! https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com
Down the street on N. Rampart & easy to get to! Rent bikes and explore New Orleans or do a guided bike tour! Really fun and great way to see the city. New Orleans is bike friendly but be safe, wear a helmet and follow traffic rules! https://www.bikerentalneworleans.com
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The American Bicycle Rental Company
318 North Rampart Street
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Down the street on N. Rampart & easy to get to! Rent bikes and explore New Orleans or do a guided bike tour! Really fun and great way to see the city. New Orleans is bike friendly but be safe, wear a helmet and follow traffic rules! https://www.bikerentalneworleans.com
Download the app. Blue bikes or jump bikes nola! These bike stands are set up around the city & easy to use! There's a stand a few blocks away at St. Bernard & Henriette Delille Street. If you see a bike there, you can rent it and then ride and drop it off at another bike stand when you finish or the same one. Makes it easy if you don't want to commit to biking all day and returning your bike rental! Charges by the hour! Use the uber app or check out the website for more info: https://www.jump.com/us/en/cities/new-orleans/
Blue Bikes NOLA - Treme Center Hub
Download the app. Blue bikes or jump bikes nola! These bike stands are set up around the city & easy to use! There's a stand a few blocks away at St. Bernard & Henriette Delille Street. If you see a bike there, you can rent it and then ride and drop it off at another bike stand when you finish or the same one. Makes it easy if you don't want to commit to biking all day and returning your bike rental! Charges by the hour! Use the uber app or check out the website for more info: https://www.jump.com/us/en/cities/new-orleans/
SO MUCH FUN! Saints Football games! Whether you are there to cheer on the Saints or your own favorite NFL team, a college football championship game or to see a concert. It is a fantastic, covered and air-conditioned stadium with excellent service, drinks, food, and more! Totally worth it to go! Easy to get to, plenty of places to stop for drinks along the way or a bite to eat. About a 30 minute walk or 15 minute bike ride!
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Mercedes-Benz Superdome
1500 Sugar Bowl Drive
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SO MUCH FUN! Saints Football games! Whether you are there to cheer on the Saints or your own favorite NFL team, a college football championship game or to see a concert. It is a fantastic, covered and air-conditioned stadium with excellent service, drinks, food, and more! Totally worth it to go! Easy to get to, plenty of places to stop for drinks along the way or a bite to eat. About a 30 minute walk or 15 minute bike ride!