Irish Channel is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans. A subdistrict of the Central City/Garden District Area, its boundaries as defined by the New Orleans City Planning Commission are: Magazine Street to the north, First Street to the east, the Mississippi River to the south and Toledano…
This place is awesome. Between Louisiana Ave and Washington Street on Magazine = why I bought this house in the first place. It's got great eats, cool bars and walkable! Parasols and Tracy's for poboys and pints. The Bulldog for beer and bar food, Balcony Bar sit upstairs. Keeps going!
The vibrant Irish channel where you are staying! Stroll around the neighborhood and admire the historic shotgun homes and diverse population. Built by the Irish largely during the turn of the century, the neighborhood housed working class families, many of which worked at the nearby port of the…
From a neighborhood of working class immigrants to one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city, the Irish Channel has a long and storied history. The Irish Channel was originally home to many of the Irish workers who came here in the 1830s to build the New Basin Canal, a waterway built to connect…
“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. ”
“This is the most centrally located neighborhood with the best food, most diverse people, and understated outdoor life! Tons of people are biking the historic Esplanade Avenue, walking to City Park, canoeing down Bayou St. John. Everything you need is in Mid City! Plus, it’s just a short bike to the Quarter! ”
“Chef Richard Hughes offers the rich legacy of Louisiana cuisine with contemporary preparations of the finest fresh ingredients including Gulf shrimp, Maine lobster, Black Angus and Prime steaks in clubby townhouse with paintings by local artists. ”