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This is your neighborhood for your stay. It's eclectic, fun, quirky, and colorful. Walk around and enjoy the distinctiveness of the homes, and check out the new shops and restaurants blending in to the surrounding.
The offbeat Marigny district is known for its Cajun bistros, bohemian bars and jazz clubs, especially along Frenchmen Street. Sidewalk musicians and brass bands add a block party vibe to the nighttime Frenchmen Art Market, which sells local artwork and handicrafts. Quieter spots include Washington…
The Marigny is THE place to go in New Orleans for live music. It's not unusual to see a Grammy-winning local artist for a $10-cover at a local pub on Frenchman Street. My two personal favorites are D.B.A. and Snug Harbor, but Frenchman Street (located right behind the French Quarter) is full of…
This is on the outskirts of the French Quarter, if you have a car you could drive around and look at the historic homes. Without knowing what streets are safe or not, I would be cautious walking around at night or alone.
Just across from the French Quarter, lots of low key music clubs on Frenchmen Street. Also along St. Claude Avenue a few great spots worth checking out - Hi Ho, Always Lounge, Carnaval and more.
“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. ”
“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!”
“Residential Mid-City centers on City Park, a vast green expanse with sports facilities, the New Orleans Botanical Garden and boating on Big Lake. Other park attractions include Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, with its antique wooden carousel, and the New Orleans Museum of Art, home to an eclectic global collection and a sculpture garden. Outside the park, mellow bars and breakfast spots attract a laid-back crowd.”
“The South Market District, a micro-neighborhood of the CBD, transformed asphalt lots into urbanity where award-winning bakers and chefs serve up cuisine to visitors and locals in trendy restaurants. Restored theaters – the Saenger, the Orpheum and the aptly named Joy – host incredible acts and Broadway shows. Close proximity to both the French Quarter and the Garden District. ”
“In the Warehouse Arts District it’s 19th century paving stones and 21st Century rooftop swimming pools, grilled Gulf redfish and warm baguettes, a B-17 Flying Fortress called “My Gal Sal”and an African-American self-taught artist named Clementine Hunter. This urbane neighborhood is where New Orleans’ past and present meet up for drinks while the future texts “I’m on my way.” Famed for institutions like the National WWII Museum and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and events like the First Saturday Julia Street art walk, it also offers smaller delights: Watching young ballerinas en pointe framed in a plate glass window; sharing a pizza beneath the stars or brunching on coconut French toast. Vital and alive, the Warehouse District glows like those old school Edison light bulbs. Delight in the art on its walls and celebrate the life in its streets.”
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