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Deborah’s guidebook

Deborah

Deborah’s guidebook

Neighborhoods
The Bywater & Marigny are side by side neighborhoods that were first settled in 1806. This eccentric area of New Orleans is famous for its colorful Creole cottages, Frenchman Street's music scene, the Marigny Opera House & Washington Square Park. You can take your pic from locally founded eateries, art galleries, and take a stroll through Crescent Park on the riverfront. Hip, vibrant and sassy, it's a photographers paradise.
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Marigny
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The Bywater & Marigny are side by side neighborhoods that were first settled in 1806. This eccentric area of New Orleans is famous for its colorful Creole cottages, Frenchman Street's music scene, the Marigny Opera House & Washington Square Park. You can take your pic from locally founded eateries, art galleries, and take a stroll through Crescent Park on the riverfront. Hip, vibrant and sassy, it's a photographers paradise.
Food and Libations Scene
Sukho's is a personal favorite for Thai cuisine. Each item is prepared individually using fresh ingredients and their own homemade sauces. It's a win/win when a business is strongly committed to sustainability, The restaurant uses no styrofoam, using all recyclable materials for take-out containers. They recycle all paper, plastic, metal, and glass waste generated in the business, and have made efforts to reduce the use of straws while switching to biodegradable as well. Sukho Thai has built two large organic herb gardens for supplying fresh herbs to the kitchen, and composting of kitchen waste supplies nutrients to our organic gardens. Last but certainly not least - their 'happy hour' specials are some of the best, offering exquisitely crafted $5 cocktails, $2. Buds, Tito Tuesdays, Wine Wednesday's & more! Check out their website for details.
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SukhoThai
2200 Royal Street
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Sukho's is a personal favorite for Thai cuisine. Each item is prepared individually using fresh ingredients and their own homemade sauces. It's a win/win when a business is strongly committed to sustainability, The restaurant uses no styrofoam, using all recyclable materials for take-out containers. They recycle all paper, plastic, metal, and glass waste generated in the business, and have made efforts to reduce the use of straws while switching to biodegradable as well. Sukho Thai has built two large organic herb gardens for supplying fresh herbs to the kitchen, and composting of kitchen waste supplies nutrients to our organic gardens. Last but certainly not least - their 'happy hour' specials are some of the best, offering exquisitely crafted $5 cocktails, $2. Buds, Tito Tuesdays, Wine Wednesday's & more! Check out their website for details.
Located in the Marigny's historic 1860 Sts Peter, Paul Catholic Church turned boutique hotel, the Elysian Bar is not to be overlooked. It's magnificent decor is an eye to behold, and it's bar and food menu live up to all that excitement. Stop bye for their Aperitivo Hour, daily 3 to 6.
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The Elysian Bar
2317 Burgundy St
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Located in the Marigny's historic 1860 Sts Peter, Paul Catholic Church turned boutique hotel, the Elysian Bar is not to be overlooked. It's magnificent decor is an eye to behold, and it's bar and food menu live up to all that excitement. Stop bye for their Aperitivo Hour, daily 3 to 6.
Cheap beer, good sandwiches and more often than not, a seat to sit! Located on the Border of the Quarter since 1939, Buffa’s Bar & Restaurant is the quintessential New Orleans style neighborhood bar. Food and libations are served 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No reservations necessary! Live entertainment in the back room 7 nights a week.
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Buffa's
1001 Esplanade Avenue
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Cheap beer, good sandwiches and more often than not, a seat to sit! Located on the Border of the Quarter since 1939, Buffa’s Bar & Restaurant is the quintessential New Orleans style neighborhood bar. Food and libations are served 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No reservations necessary! Live entertainment in the back room 7 nights a week.
Tucked amidst 19th-century Creole cottages and restored shotgun houses in the picturesque Faubourg Marigny, Cake Café is a family-run neighborhood eatery where customers enjoy a hearty menu of breakfast and lunch offerings skillfully created from the freshest of local ingredients. Try Chef/Owner Steve Himelfarb’s unique take on Shrimp and Grits, Boudin and Eggs, or his unforgettable Crab and Brie Sandwich served on homemade challah bread. Cake Café is also a full bakery, offering a pastry case bursting with delicious sweet and savory treats, from delectable Chocolate Almond Croissants to our popular fresh bagels. And be sure to check out the daily variety of cupcakes that can be had for just $1 with a meal. Counter style service and outdoor seating make this a fun place to soak up last nights alcohol!
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New Orleans Cake Café & Bakery
2440 Chartres Street
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Tucked amidst 19th-century Creole cottages and restored shotgun houses in the picturesque Faubourg Marigny, Cake Café is a family-run neighborhood eatery where customers enjoy a hearty menu of breakfast and lunch offerings skillfully created from the freshest of local ingredients. Try Chef/Owner Steve Himelfarb’s unique take on Shrimp and Grits, Boudin and Eggs, or his unforgettable Crab and Brie Sandwich served on homemade challah bread. Cake Café is also a full bakery, offering a pastry case bursting with delicious sweet and savory treats, from delectable Chocolate Almond Croissants to our popular fresh bagels. And be sure to check out the daily variety of cupcakes that can be had for just $1 with a meal. Counter style service and outdoor seating make this a fun place to soak up last nights alcohol!
The Port of Call was established in 1963 as a steakhouse located on beautiful, historic Esplanade Avenue in the French Quarter. Now a busy spot for the locals and tourists for their award winning burgers and steaks. Some of the cheapest domestic bottled beer, best burgers and specialty rum drinks. When the bartender asks you if you certain you want a second Goombay Punch (or alike), take his warning serious, their easy to go down cocktails pack a wallop.
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Port of Call
838 Esplanade Avenue
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The Port of Call was established in 1963 as a steakhouse located on beautiful, historic Esplanade Avenue in the French Quarter. Now a busy spot for the locals and tourists for their award winning burgers and steaks. Some of the cheapest domestic bottled beer, best burgers and specialty rum drinks. When the bartender asks you if you certain you want a second Goombay Punch (or alike), take his warning serious, their easy to go down cocktails pack a wallop.
Titled, 'NOLA"s backyard party'. Bacchanal is a wine laboratory where food music and culture collude with Holy Vino to create the most unique evenings you will ever experience in New Orleans Ninth Ward. Open at 11 am and usually close around midnight, seven days a week. They feature live music in the courtyard every day, weather permitting. The kitchen is open 11am to 11pm Sunday through Thursday, 11am till Midnight Friday and Saturday. 21 & over and service animals only.
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Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
600 Poland Avenue
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Titled, 'NOLA"s backyard party'. Bacchanal is a wine laboratory where food music and culture collude with Holy Vino to create the most unique evenings you will ever experience in New Orleans Ninth Ward. Open at 11 am and usually close around midnight, seven days a week. They feature live music in the courtyard every day, weather permitting. The kitchen is open 11am to 11pm Sunday through Thursday, 11am till Midnight Friday and Saturday. 21 & over and service animals only.
Now called 'CRU' By Chef Marlon Alexander - You will be captured by the beauty behind these walls, right down to the scrumptious food. Happy hour is M - F 4pm - 7pm. May I suggest their signature punch! I would suggest making reservations. They are either packed or closed.
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Cru by Chef Marlon Alexander at Feelings Cafe
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Now called 'CRU' By Chef Marlon Alexander - You will be captured by the beauty behind these walls, right down to the scrumptious food. Happy hour is M - F 4pm - 7pm. May I suggest their signature punch! I would suggest making reservations. They are either packed or closed.
Dat Dog founded in 2011, has grown from a single, 475 Sq. Ft. “Hot Dog Stand” into a New Orleans culinary institution with a devoted following, offering an array of gourmet sausages, all-beef hot dogs, award-winning French fries, premium spirits and a sampling of local craft beers, in a brightly colored, unpolished environment. Hit up their Frenchman St. location (Magazine St. too) Grab an Alligator dog, a pint and sit outside on the upper balcony and listen to the music filling the streets.
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Dat Dog
601 Frenchmen Street
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Dat Dog founded in 2011, has grown from a single, 475 Sq. Ft. “Hot Dog Stand” into a New Orleans culinary institution with a devoted following, offering an array of gourmet sausages, all-beef hot dogs, award-winning French fries, premium spirits and a sampling of local craft beers, in a brightly colored, unpolished environment. Hit up their Frenchman St. location (Magazine St. too) Grab an Alligator dog, a pint and sit outside on the upper balcony and listen to the music filling the streets.
Live Music
THE QUINTESSENTIAL JAZZ CLUB OF NEW ORLEANS & located just 2 blocks from the Blanche in the heart of the enchanted Faubourg Marigny; steps away from the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter, it has been and remains the local favorite for live New Orleans music ranging from Traditional and Modern Jazz, Blues, Funk, Klezmer, and so much more. Patrons are sure to enjoy listening to local musicians playing their hearts out. Bring cash for tipping the musicians.
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The Spotted Cat Music Club
623 Frenchmen Street
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THE QUINTESSENTIAL JAZZ CLUB OF NEW ORLEANS & located just 2 blocks from the Blanche in the heart of the enchanted Faubourg Marigny; steps away from the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter, it has been and remains the local favorite for live New Orleans music ranging from Traditional and Modern Jazz, Blues, Funk, Klezmer, and so much more. Patrons are sure to enjoy listening to local musicians playing their hearts out. Bring cash for tipping the musicians.
Situated in an historic 1831 building in the heart of the French Quarter. Since its founding in 1969 it has become a mecca for jazz lovers and musicians alike. Home of traditional New Orleans jazz. ** We were surprised what a fun spot this was to pop into off of Bourbon St.'s craziness.
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Fritzel's European Jazz Pub
733 Bourbon Street
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Situated in an historic 1831 building in the heart of the French Quarter. Since its founding in 1969 it has become a mecca for jazz lovers and musicians alike. Home of traditional New Orleans jazz. ** We were surprised what a fun spot this was to pop into off of Bourbon St.'s craziness.
Established Spring of 2000, d.b.a. is a live music club that features local & regional acts nightly. Located at 618 Frenchmen Street in the historic Faubourg Marigny, they offer a vast selection of beer, wine & spirits in a comfortable, smoke-free setting.
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d.b.a.
618 Frenchmen Street
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Established Spring of 2000, d.b.a. is a live music club that features local & regional acts nightly. Located at 618 Frenchmen Street in the historic Faubourg Marigny, they offer a vast selection of beer, wine & spirits in a comfortable, smoke-free setting.
Quintessential New Orleans Bar! Don't let the seedy environment detour you from this casual, comfortable Bywater hangout. Vaughan's is one of the best dive bars in town, brought to local infamy by Kermit Ruffins; regular Thursday night gigs. Kermit retired last year from late night shows, but Vaughan's is still home to funky live jazz every Thursday night. The bar is friendly, drinks are strong and well priced and the crowd is usually more locals than tourists. Vaughan's is off the beaten path, although not as far afield as it was even five years ago - the Bywater is booming. Grab a taxi or Lyft to get to this Bywater bar from the French Quarter. There's a cover, but only on Thursdays.
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Vaughan's Lounge
4229 Dauphine Street
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Quintessential New Orleans Bar! Don't let the seedy environment detour you from this casual, comfortable Bywater hangout. Vaughan's is one of the best dive bars in town, brought to local infamy by Kermit Ruffins; regular Thursday night gigs. Kermit retired last year from late night shows, but Vaughan's is still home to funky live jazz every Thursday night. The bar is friendly, drinks are strong and well priced and the crowd is usually more locals than tourists. Vaughan's is off the beaten path, although not as far afield as it was even five years ago - the Bywater is booming. Grab a taxi or Lyft to get to this Bywater bar from the French Quarter. There's a cover, but only on Thursdays.
Libations Scene
Alls I can say is, super good beer! As a PNW/West Coast girl, I like my beer. Brieux Carré is made up of a couple of guys and gals with a passion for all things beer. With a laissez faire approach to brewing, they like to embody the New Orleans spirit. Their goal is to make their brews to be as weird and interesting as the city we live in. While they aim to always have a variety of brews on tap to suit every type of craft beer drinker, it's their goal to challenge themselves and bring new recipes to the taproom every week. Located steps away from the Vieux Carré (French Quarter), & blocks from the Blanche, make sure to come stop by Brieux Carré! Outdoor seating available.
Brieux Carré Brewing Co.
2115 Decatur St
Alls I can say is, super good beer! As a PNW/West Coast girl, I like my beer. Brieux Carré is made up of a couple of guys and gals with a passion for all things beer. With a laissez faire approach to brewing, they like to embody the New Orleans spirit. Their goal is to make their brews to be as weird and interesting as the city we live in. While they aim to always have a variety of brews on tap to suit every type of craft beer drinker, it's their goal to challenge themselves and bring new recipes to the taproom every week. Located steps away from the Vieux Carré (French Quarter), & blocks from the Blanche, make sure to come stop by Brieux Carré! Outdoor seating available.
Better known as the Tru Tone Bar to NCIS: New Orleans fanatics, the R Bar is a local hangout located inside of the Royal Street Inn. Spend a night out in NOLA like Agent Pride and advantage of their expansive beer collection and local feel. Locate just a few blocks from the Blanche in the heart of the Marigny Triangle.
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R Bar
1431 Royal Street
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Better known as the Tru Tone Bar to NCIS: New Orleans fanatics, the R Bar is a local hangout located inside of the Royal Street Inn. Spend a night out in NOLA like Agent Pride and advantage of their expansive beer collection and local feel. Locate just a few blocks from the Blanche in the heart of the Marigny Triangle.
Tours
A feast for the eyes as you step back to an era gone bye. ​Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an historic building within the Vieux Carre Historic District, the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum showcases its extensive collection and provides interpretive educational programs to present and preserve the rich history of pharmacy and healthcare in Louisiana; past and present.  THE HISTORY OF LOUIS J. DUFILHO, JR. America’s First Licensed Pharmacist ​ Dufilho’s most significant contribution to the history and integrity of the field of pharmacy took place in New Orleans in 1816. In 1804, the State of Louisiana, led by Governor Claiborne, passed a law that required a licensing examination for pharmacists wishing to practice their profession. Prior to this law and before Louisiana became a U.S. State, there were some informal territory licensing measures, but none were enforced. A person could apprentice for six months and then compound and sell his or her own concoctions without any regulations or standards. The public received incorrect doses and erroneous medications. In 1804, Governor Claiborne established a board of reputable pharmacists and physicians to administer a three-hour oral examination given at the Cabildo in Jackson Square. Louis J. Dufilho, Jr. was the first to pass the licensing examination, therefore making his pharmacy the first United States apothecary shop to be conducted on the basis of proven adequacy.
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New Orleans Pharmacy Museum
514 Chartres Street
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A feast for the eyes as you step back to an era gone bye. ​Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an historic building within the Vieux Carre Historic District, the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum showcases its extensive collection and provides interpretive educational programs to present and preserve the rich history of pharmacy and healthcare in Louisiana; past and present.  THE HISTORY OF LOUIS J. DUFILHO, JR. America’s First Licensed Pharmacist ​ Dufilho’s most significant contribution to the history and integrity of the field of pharmacy took place in New Orleans in 1816. In 1804, the State of Louisiana, led by Governor Claiborne, passed a law that required a licensing examination for pharmacists wishing to practice their profession. Prior to this law and before Louisiana became a U.S. State, there were some informal territory licensing measures, but none were enforced. A person could apprentice for six months and then compound and sell his or her own concoctions without any regulations or standards. The public received incorrect doses and erroneous medications. In 1804, Governor Claiborne established a board of reputable pharmacists and physicians to administer a three-hour oral examination given at the Cabildo in Jackson Square. Louis J. Dufilho, Jr. was the first to pass the licensing examination, therefore making his pharmacy the first United States apothecary shop to be conducted on the basis of proven adequacy.
The Flambeaux (pronounced: "flam-bow") are torches used for night parades during Mardi Gras season. Electric street lights were introduced to New Orleans in 1887. Before then Carnival Krewes relied on flambeaux carriers to light up the night so that revelers could see the fanciful floats. The flambeaux also served as guides that led the parades on their route. In the same spirit, Flambeaux Tours seeks to shed light on New Orleans' traditions and heritage. As they guide you through town, they share our city's colorful past and vibrant culture. They say they like spicy Gumbo, so they throw a blend of history, folklore, culture, and places to visit in our roux. Join them as they guide you through the most unique city in America, with the best company to introduce you to it. *walking tours, bicycle tours and bike rental.
Flambeaux Bicycle Tours
626 North Rampart Street
The Flambeaux (pronounced: "flam-bow") are torches used for night parades during Mardi Gras season. Electric street lights were introduced to New Orleans in 1887. Before then Carnival Krewes relied on flambeaux carriers to light up the night so that revelers could see the fanciful floats. The flambeaux also served as guides that led the parades on their route. In the same spirit, Flambeaux Tours seeks to shed light on New Orleans' traditions and heritage. As they guide you through town, they share our city's colorful past and vibrant culture. They say they like spicy Gumbo, so they throw a blend of history, folklore, culture, and places to visit in our roux. Join them as they guide you through the most unique city in America, with the best company to introduce you to it. *walking tours, bicycle tours and bike rental.