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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. This critically acclaimed restaurant – touted by The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Travel Channel and Food Network – currently has three locations open in New Orleans, one in Lafayette, LA, and a franchise location in College Station, TX.
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Dat Dog
3336 Magazine Street
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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. This critically acclaimed restaurant – touted by The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Travel Channel and Food Network – currently has three locations open in New Orleans, one in Lafayette, LA, and a franchise location in College Station, TX.
Unique and Flavorful Seafood Dishes Anyone looking to eat delicious seafood is sure to find something to love at Boil. They offer a range of dishes that come in a variety of flavors. You even have the freedom to put your own spin on each meal. After you pick out the seafood you want, you can choose your ideal flavors and spices. If you’re in the mood to taste fusion cuisine, you’ll enjoy their Viet-Cajun dishes. Blending rich and varied Asian flavors with the signature Cajun spice, these seafood meals are sure to excite even the most discerning palates. For people who love boiled seafood, the Caribbean-style dishes are a must-try. No matter your flavor preferences, they're sure to have a dish that is bound to please.
BOIL Seafood House
3340 Magazine St
Unique and Flavorful Seafood Dishes Anyone looking to eat delicious seafood is sure to find something to love at Boil. They offer a range of dishes that come in a variety of flavors. You even have the freedom to put your own spin on each meal. After you pick out the seafood you want, you can choose your ideal flavors and spices. If you’re in the mood to taste fusion cuisine, you’ll enjoy their Viet-Cajun dishes. Blending rich and varied Asian flavors with the signature Cajun spice, these seafood meals are sure to excite even the most discerning palates. For people who love boiled seafood, the Caribbean-style dishes are a must-try. No matter your flavor preferences, they're sure to have a dish that is bound to please.
Commander's Palace, nestled in the middle of the tree-lined Garden District, has been a New Orleans landmark since 1893. Known for the award-winning quality of its food and its convivial atmosphere, the history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans' storied past and has been the go-to destination for Haute Creole cuisine and whimsical Louisiana charm. The winner of seven James Beard Foundation Awards, Commander's Palace has evolved into a culinary legend. Now under the watchful eye of co-proprietors Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan, the Brennan family's dedication to perfection has never wavered. A steady parade of renowned chefs - Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Jamie Shannon, and now Tory McPhail - have made Commander's Palace the world-class restaurant what it is today and its leading-edge Haute Creole cuisine reflects the best of the city.
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Commander's Palace
1403 Washington Avenue
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Commander's Palace, nestled in the middle of the tree-lined Garden District, has been a New Orleans landmark since 1893. Known for the award-winning quality of its food and its convivial atmosphere, the history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans' storied past and has been the go-to destination for Haute Creole cuisine and whimsical Louisiana charm. The winner of seven James Beard Foundation Awards, Commander's Palace has evolved into a culinary legend. Now under the watchful eye of co-proprietors Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan, the Brennan family's dedication to perfection has never wavered. A steady parade of renowned chefs - Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme, Jamie Shannon, and now Tory McPhail - have made Commander's Palace the world-class restaurant what it is today and its leading-edge Haute Creole cuisine reflects the best of the city.
Innovative sandwiches featuring local ingredients like chicken-fried Louisiana Wagyu are served alongside shareable snacks and creative cocktails at this playful Irish Channel hangout helmed by two Coquette alumni. The bright red exterior opens to a quirky dining room with colorful chairs, mismatched plates and photos of classic NOLA scenes on the walls. A local favorite!
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Turkey and the Wolf
739 Jackson Ave
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Innovative sandwiches featuring local ingredients like chicken-fried Louisiana Wagyu are served alongside shareable snacks and creative cocktails at this playful Irish Channel hangout helmed by two Coquette alumni. The bright red exterior opens to a quirky dining room with colorful chairs, mismatched plates and photos of classic NOLA scenes on the walls. A local favorite!
Looking for something different? CAFE ABYSSINIA Come in and enjoy authentic Ethopian and African food at Cafe Abyssinia in New Orleans. Grab a bite of their tasty Gomen Be Siga or savor thier delicious Lamb Alicha. Order online for carryout also an option! Located at the corner of Magazine St and Aline St just south of Touro Infirmary Hospital and north of Lyons Memorial Center.
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Cafe Abyssinia
3511 Magazine Street
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Looking for something different? CAFE ABYSSINIA Come in and enjoy authentic Ethopian and African food at Cafe Abyssinia in New Orleans. Grab a bite of their tasty Gomen Be Siga or savor thier delicious Lamb Alicha. Order online for carryout also an option! Located at the corner of Magazine St and Aline St just south of Touro Infirmary Hospital and north of Lyons Memorial Center.
The Ruby Slipper Cafe was founded in May 2008, after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Mid-City, New Orleans neighborhood. In recovery from that life-changing storm, husband & wife - Erich & Jennifer found an opportunity to turn a blighted corner store into a vibrant gathering place where neighbors could enjoy excellent Breakfast, Lunch & Brunch fare in a casual and inviting atmosphere. Great southern style breakfast with a local flare and maybe the best ever "bacon" bloody marry's.
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The Ruby Slipper Cafe
200 Magazine Street
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The Ruby Slipper Cafe was founded in May 2008, after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Mid-City, New Orleans neighborhood. In recovery from that life-changing storm, husband & wife - Erich & Jennifer found an opportunity to turn a blighted corner store into a vibrant gathering place where neighbors could enjoy excellent Breakfast, Lunch & Brunch fare in a casual and inviting atmosphere. Great southern style breakfast with a local flare and maybe the best ever "bacon" bloody marry's.
Neighborhoods
Stretching six miles parallel to the Mississippi River from Canal Street to Audubon Park, Magazine Street travels from the Central Business District and the Warehouse Arts District through the Garden District and Uptown. Originally named for a warehouse that Spanish Governor Miro built to house Kentucky tobacco and other exports, this retail street’s stores offer a delightful antidote to the typical mall experience. Clusters of shops are interspersed with charming homes, and a mix of renovated warehouses and shops selling housewares, pottery, period furniture, clothing, books, glass, toys, china, soaps and jewelry. Magazine Street is the ideal spot for a leisurely walk-about, with plenty of coffee shops, cafes and restaurants to provide a pit stop and refreshment to the tired shopper. There is a Magazine Street bus that departs from Canal Street, or take the St. Charles Streetcar and walk several block towards the river to Magazine. For more information and events on Magazine Street, visit the Magazine Street Merchants Association website at www.magazinestreet.com.
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Magazine Street
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Stretching six miles parallel to the Mississippi River from Canal Street to Audubon Park, Magazine Street travels from the Central Business District and the Warehouse Arts District through the Garden District and Uptown. Originally named for a warehouse that Spanish Governor Miro built to house Kentucky tobacco and other exports, this retail street’s stores offer a delightful antidote to the typical mall experience. Clusters of shops are interspersed with charming homes, and a mix of renovated warehouses and shops selling housewares, pottery, period furniture, clothing, books, glass, toys, china, soaps and jewelry. Magazine Street is the ideal spot for a leisurely walk-about, with plenty of coffee shops, cafes and restaurants to provide a pit stop and refreshment to the tired shopper. There is a Magazine Street bus that departs from Canal Street, or take the St. Charles Streetcar and walk several block towards the river to Magazine. For more information and events on Magazine Street, visit the Magazine Street Merchants Association website at www.magazinestreet.com.
Live Jazz With one trip around the clubs on Frenchmen, you are likely to hear all kinds of music, as it is what the street is known for. It’s not the first place most visitors know to go to, but inside the clubs like Snug Harbor, the Spotted Cat, d.b.a , Blue Nile and even outside on the street, you’ll hear some of the best live music produced anywhere in the world. Grab some friends and dance the night away on this bumping thoroughfare. Most clubs are 21 and older, but a few allow children until 10pm! If it's a family night out, visit 30/90 and the Maison.
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Frenchmen Street
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Live Jazz With one trip around the clubs on Frenchmen, you are likely to hear all kinds of music, as it is what the street is known for. It’s not the first place most visitors know to go to, but inside the clubs like Snug Harbor, the Spotted Cat, d.b.a , Blue Nile and even outside on the street, you’ll hear some of the best live music produced anywhere in the world. Grab some friends and dance the night away on this bumping thoroughfare. Most clubs are 21 and older, but a few allow children until 10pm! If it's a family night out, visit 30/90 and the Maison.
Noisy. Raucous. Nocturnal. For many New Orleans visitors, Bourbon Street embodies the life of a party town. The street is lit by neon lights, throbbing with music and decorated by beads and balconies. Named for a royal family in France and not the amber-colored alcohol, Bourbon Street has become a place for revelry of all sorts. With its windows and doors flung open to the wandering crowds, it should be no surprise that the famed sidewalk strolling libation known as the “go cup” was invented on Bourbon Street, according to Tulane University historian Richard Campanella. Many things change in New Orleans, but the color and excitement of Bourbon Street never falters.
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Bourbon Street
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Noisy. Raucous. Nocturnal. For many New Orleans visitors, Bourbon Street embodies the life of a party town. The street is lit by neon lights, throbbing with music and decorated by beads and balconies. Named for a royal family in France and not the amber-colored alcohol, Bourbon Street has become a place for revelry of all sorts. With its windows and doors flung open to the wandering crowds, it should be no surprise that the famed sidewalk strolling libation known as the “go cup” was invented on Bourbon Street, according to Tulane University historian Richard Campanella. Many things change in New Orleans, but the color and excitement of Bourbon Street never falters.
Sightseeing
Located in what now is the heart of the Garden District, between Washington, Sixth, Prytania, and Coliseum streets, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 is the oldest of the seven municipal, city-operated cemeteries in New Orleans. It is a non-segregated, non-denominational cemetery. There are immigrants from over 25 different countries and natives of 26 states as identified on the closure tablets. The developers commissioned City surveyor Benjamin Buisson to develop a plan. The plan, dated March 5, 1832, subdivided the area between First Street and Toledano. The cemetery was laid out with two center aisles, a cruciform (cross) pattern, lined with trees giving it a park or garden-like appearance, and divided the cemetery into four sections. The intersecting avenues were built to accommodate funeral processions and originally paved with shells. The cemetery was named for the City of Lafayette, which was annexed to the City of New Orleans as the Fourth District. The area of New Orleans that once was the city of Lafayette consists of two designated historical districts, the Irish Channel and the Garden District. The residents of the Irish Channel were first-generation immigrants many from Ireland and Germany, the two largest groups of immigrants to settle in New Orleans in the two decades before the Civil War. It was known as a working-class poor neighborhood, a rough and tough riverfront area. The Garden District, on the other hand, represented the new wealth of immigrants from Great Britain and the North who came and made their fortunes as cotton factors, brokers, and merchants after the Louisiana Purchase. They are often called “Southern Yankees.” In the cemetery, there are almost 500 wall vaults on Washington Avenue which have been sealed. Only a few of the plaques are engraved. In Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, there are society tombs for several volunteer fireman organizations (now extinct), the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, German Presbyterian Community, Home For Destitute Orphan Boys, Poydras Orphans Home, YMCA, and the New Orleans Home for Incurables. Individual family tombs in Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 feature Judge Ferguson of the Plessy vs. Ferguson “separate-but-equal” case. Also buried in the cemetery is Brigadier General Harry T. Hays who led the 1st Louisiana Brigade. The Brunie family, buried here, were notable jazz musicians who were associated with Papa Laine and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings. Perhaps the most famous residents of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 are fictional. The tomb for the Mayfair witches, created by Anne Rice, in The Witching Hour, fits a combination of the Lafayette and Jefferson fireman tombs. Rice also staged a jazz funeral where she rode in a glass enclosed coffin down the center aisle to introduce her book Memnoch the Devil. The vampire Lestat’s tomb, made from Styrofoam for the movie, Interview with a Vampire, was possibly modeled after the cast iron Karstendiek tomb. Many other movies have been filmed in the cemetery, including Double Jeopardy in 1999 and Dracula 2000 in 2000. Other filming has taken place in the cemetery, such as music videos by acts such as LeAnn Rimes and the New Kids on the Block. There are about 1,100 family tombs and more than 7,000 people buried in Lafayette Cemetery No. I, in a single city block.
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Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
1416-1498 Washington Avenue
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Located in what now is the heart of the Garden District, between Washington, Sixth, Prytania, and Coliseum streets, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 is the oldest of the seven municipal, city-operated cemeteries in New Orleans. It is a non-segregated, non-denominational cemetery. There are immigrants from over 25 different countries and natives of 26 states as identified on the closure tablets. The developers commissioned City surveyor Benjamin Buisson to develop a plan. The plan, dated March 5, 1832, subdivided the area between First Street and Toledano. The cemetery was laid out with two center aisles, a cruciform (cross) pattern, lined with trees giving it a park or garden-like appearance, and divided the cemetery into four sections. The intersecting avenues were built to accommodate funeral processions and originally paved with shells. The cemetery was named for the City of Lafayette, which was annexed to the City of New Orleans as the Fourth District. The area of New Orleans that once was the city of Lafayette consists of two designated historical districts, the Irish Channel and the Garden District. The residents of the Irish Channel were first-generation immigrants many from Ireland and Germany, the two largest groups of immigrants to settle in New Orleans in the two decades before the Civil War. It was known as a working-class poor neighborhood, a rough and tough riverfront area. The Garden District, on the other hand, represented the new wealth of immigrants from Great Britain and the North who came and made their fortunes as cotton factors, brokers, and merchants after the Louisiana Purchase. They are often called “Southern Yankees.” In the cemetery, there are almost 500 wall vaults on Washington Avenue which have been sealed. Only a few of the plaques are engraved. In Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, there are society tombs for several volunteer fireman organizations (now extinct), the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, German Presbyterian Community, Home For Destitute Orphan Boys, Poydras Orphans Home, YMCA, and the New Orleans Home for Incurables. Individual family tombs in Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 feature Judge Ferguson of the Plessy vs. Ferguson “separate-but-equal” case. Also buried in the cemetery is Brigadier General Harry T. Hays who led the 1st Louisiana Brigade. The Brunie family, buried here, were notable jazz musicians who were associated with Papa Laine and the New Orleans Rhythm Kings. Perhaps the most famous residents of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 are fictional. The tomb for the Mayfair witches, created by Anne Rice, in The Witching Hour, fits a combination of the Lafayette and Jefferson fireman tombs. Rice also staged a jazz funeral where she rode in a glass enclosed coffin down the center aisle to introduce her book Memnoch the Devil. The vampire Lestat’s tomb, made from Styrofoam for the movie, Interview with a Vampire, was possibly modeled after the cast iron Karstendiek tomb. Many other movies have been filmed in the cemetery, including Double Jeopardy in 1999 and Dracula 2000 in 2000. Other filming has taken place in the cemetery, such as music videos by acts such as LeAnn Rimes and the New Kids on the Block. There are about 1,100 family tombs and more than 7,000 people buried in Lafayette Cemetery No. I, in a single city block.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is established as a premier destination for every type of event, and the grand structure builds on that legacy continually. From the biggest, most elaborate productions that thrill thousands to memorable intimate gatherings, the Superdome adapts and captivates. Located in the heart of the New Orleans Central Business District, the Superdome is among the most enviable venues in the nation. And with a stunning spot on the New Orleans skyline and its iconic design, the Superdome is one of America’s most recognizable landmarks. The Superdome is not only a key part of the landscape of Louisiana – it’s also a critical piece of the region’s history. In August 2005, the city was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, and in the wake of the storm, many thought the facility would have to be demolished. In what became the biggest stadium reconstruction project in American history, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome was reborn. It’s reopening was a spark in the city’s post-disaster recovery, and launched a phenomenal rebirth of the sports and entertainment business. With its beauty intact and brilliant lighting, the Superdome is a symbol of the strength of New Orleans, and the city’s enduring spirit and resolve.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is established as a premier destination for every type of event, and the grand structure builds on that legacy continually. From the biggest, most elaborate productions that thrill thousands to memorable intimate gatherings, the Superdome adapts and captivates. Located in the heart of the New Orleans Central Business District, the Superdome is among the most enviable venues in the nation. And with a stunning spot on the New Orleans skyline and its iconic design, the Superdome is one of America’s most recognizable landmarks. The Superdome is not only a key part of the landscape of Louisiana – it’s also a critical piece of the region’s history. In August 2005, the city was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina, and in the wake of the storm, many thought the facility would have to be demolished. In what became the biggest stadium reconstruction project in American history, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome was reborn. It’s reopening was a spark in the city’s post-disaster recovery, and launched a phenomenal rebirth of the sports and entertainment business. With its beauty intact and brilliant lighting, the Superdome is a symbol of the strength of New Orleans, and the city’s enduring spirit and resolve.
Offering a compelling blend of sweeping narrative and poignant personal detail, The National WWII Museum features immersive exhibits, multimedia experiences, and an expansive collection of artifacts and first-person oral histories, taking visitors inside the story of the war that changed the world. Beyond the galleries, the Museum's online collections, virtual field trips, webinars, educational travel programs, and renowned International Conference on World War II offer patrons new ways to connect to history and honor the generation that sacrificed so much to secure our freedom.
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The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street
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Offering a compelling blend of sweeping narrative and poignant personal detail, The National WWII Museum features immersive exhibits, multimedia experiences, and an expansive collection of artifacts and first-person oral histories, taking visitors inside the story of the war that changed the world. Beyond the galleries, the Museum's online collections, virtual field trips, webinars, educational travel programs, and renowned International Conference on World War II offer patrons new ways to connect to history and honor the generation that sacrificed so much to secure our freedom.
Craft Pub
Located on the corner of Magazine and Pleasant Streets in the heart of New Orleans' famous Garden District and Magazine Street entertainment district, The Bulldog offers one of the best dog-friendly patios in town, complete with a large-screen TV and our famous beer-tap fountain. Enjoy any of 48 fine draft beers (mostly craft and local) or 100+ bottled beers along with a full selection of cocktails and our award-winning pub fare. As the original (and nationally recognized) location, a visit to New Orleans isn't complete without a visit to The Bulldog-Uptown. Over 21 only Awards: Where Y'at Magazine Best of New Orleans: 2019 Craft Beer Bar Winner Gambit 2015: #1 Best Beer selection Gambit 2014: Best place to meet new people Best beer selection Best bar food (4 years in a row) USA Today 2015 10 Best Pubs for Drinks, Sports and Grub in New Orleans Thrillist 2015 - The 21 Most Inviting Drinking Patios in America Times Picayune 2014: 5 Best Beer Bars in New Orleans Thrillist 2014 - Six Best Beer Bars in New Orleans The Daily Meal 2014 - America's 11 Best Craft Beer Bars Food & Wine Magazine 2012: America's Best Beer Bars
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The Bulldog, Uptown
3236 Magazine Street
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Located on the corner of Magazine and Pleasant Streets in the heart of New Orleans' famous Garden District and Magazine Street entertainment district, The Bulldog offers one of the best dog-friendly patios in town, complete with a large-screen TV and our famous beer-tap fountain. Enjoy any of 48 fine draft beers (mostly craft and local) or 100+ bottled beers along with a full selection of cocktails and our award-winning pub fare. As the original (and nationally recognized) location, a visit to New Orleans isn't complete without a visit to The Bulldog-Uptown. Over 21 only Awards: Where Y'at Magazine Best of New Orleans: 2019 Craft Beer Bar Winner Gambit 2015: #1 Best Beer selection Gambit 2014: Best place to meet new people Best beer selection Best bar food (4 years in a row) USA Today 2015 10 Best Pubs for Drinks, Sports and Grub in New Orleans Thrillist 2015 - The 21 Most Inviting Drinking Patios in America Times Picayune 2014: 5 Best Beer Bars in New Orleans Thrillist 2014 - Six Best Beer Bars in New Orleans The Daily Meal 2014 - America's 11 Best Craft Beer Bars Food & Wine Magazine 2012: America's Best Beer Bars
The Tchoup Yard is the outdoor hot spot for cold drinks and fun on Tchoupitoulas. New A/C warehouse bar! Huge facility, a local favorite and a short walk!
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The Tchoup Yard
405 Third St
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The Tchoup Yard is the outdoor hot spot for cold drinks and fun on Tchoupitoulas. New A/C warehouse bar! Huge facility, a local favorite and a short walk!