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Your stop for beignets + chicory coffee, since 1862!
Fine dining for the people
True Louisianian food dialed up to 11: grits, gumbo, ribs and…shrimp and
alligator sausage cheesecake!? Eat it and die happy.
It’s in the name
Spectacular view, exceptional food and beautiful atmosphere
The place for an authentic New Orleans Sazerac, but even more fun is the haunted seance room on the upper floor!
Drink wine in a courtyard while musicians play; eat haute cuisine from paper plates. A decadent spot – lives up to its name!
Top-flight cocktail bar; 2019 James Beard Award winner
Now coming up on its 300th birthday, Lafitte’s is reputed to be the oldest building in the U.S. used as a bar.
A good stop if you’re in City Park. Check the marble atrium, and the sculpture garden
For students of history, this is your chance to see the official U.S. museum of World War II. Hundreds of pieces of history await
A vibrant collection of the distinctive Southern Art. A place to expand your artistic horizons
For New Orleans Jazz, this is the real deal
Live music venue, pub and shrine to New Orleans Music
“Whether you’re a believer or not, Marie Laveau’s is a spot that’s uniquely
Miss Robicheaux’s Academy from FX hit show “American Horror Story”
Take in the eye-popping (and ear-popping!) density of live music.
Legendary jazz clubs await: Blue Nile, d.b.a, The Spotted Cat, and more
Bigger than Central Park, and it has alligators. A marvel of urban planning with it’s near-wild growth of trees