Funky with maybe a couple of gutter punks! But explore Coops, Molly's at the Market, Asian massage parlor, art, antiques, clothes, groceries, etc, etc.
January 29, 2016
Great for souvenir shopping, dive bars, and people watching
January 11, 2014
Locals drink on "Lower Decatur" (the part closest to Esplanade Ave).
April 9, 2018
This street is a famous street in the heart of the French Quarter. I love it because their are many shops, bars and restaurants to go to. Be prepared to walk. Located near by is the flea market, another great place to go. You might see local musicians playing on the corners.
April 25, 2016
Clothing stores, souvenirs, candy shops, restaurants, drinks spots, and more. Take a walk down the River Walk while you are here and see the view.
“There are more brands of pralines in New Orleans than you can shake a stick at. They are all pretty good. Loretta's pralines are in a category by themselves. They literally melt in your mouth without the gritty-sugary texture of other pralines. Notice: Ms. Loretta is a fine lady, but her helpers may act like they're doing you a favor to sell you anything. ”
“This place is a must if you love coffee & beignets. Their cafe o'le is the best. Its even better with a couple of orders of beignets. Beignets are fluffy donut like pastry that is deep fried and served with powdered sugar. You can get them 24hrs a day. Open everyday. The best!!!!”