The historic Marigny is a mixed-use neighborhood, just off the Mississippi River, known for its colorfully painted Creole cottages, live music clubs, and laid-back bars.

The first map below features our favorite businesses in the Marigny, all circumscribed within a 10-minute walk. The second map, which covers the whole city, is a rich resource for anyone looking for the perfect courtyard cocktail, used Faulkner paperback, Tuesday night brass band, sequined short-shorts, or antique absinthe spoons. Our front desk agents also love to share their favorites, so don’t hesitate to inquire.

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1
Horn's Eatery And Catering
Hearty diner food, vine-covered overhang, and dog friendly.
1940 Dauphine
2
Paladar 511
Polished, healthy-ish California-Italian food in a converted old hosiery factory a few blocks from the hotel.
511 Marigny
3
St. Roch Market
An historic seafood market a few blocks from the hotel, revamped as a modern-day a food hall with 13 vendors. Doubles as a business incubator; some "graduates" have subsequently opened free-standing restaurants.
2381 St Claude
4
Who Dat Coffee Cafe
Generous food and boozy coffees, our nearest neighbor and a community fixture.
2401 Burgundy
5
Mona's Cafe Frenchmen
BYOB Lebanese restaurant and grocery.
504 Frenchmen
6
New Orleans Cake Café & Bakery
No-nonsense brunch or lunch, add a cupcake for $1.
2440 Chartres
7
Freezy Street
Bouquets of Thai-style rolled ice cream.
2633 St Claude
8
Kebab
Free-range doner kebabs + pinball parlor.
2315 St Claude
9
Adolfo's
Old-school Creole-Italian: whatever you order, get it with ocean sauce.
611 Frenchmen
10
Lost Love Lounge
Low key neighborhood bar and lounge for drinks, Saints games, and weekly events like comedy shows and pop-ups
2529 Dauphine
11
Morrow's
Standout fried chicken and char-broiled oysters.
2438 St Claude
12
Faubourg Wines

Neighborhood wine shop focused on small producers, on-site tippling encouraged,

2805 St Claude
13
Mimi's In the Marigny

Our favorite of the Franklin St dives.

2601 Royal
14
N7

Secret garden, natural wine, French music, New Orleans magic.

1117 Montegut
15
Buffa's

Nightly live music and a burger equal to its famous brother across the street, without the queue.

1001 Esplanade
16
R Bar

$10 shot-and-a-haircut special on Monday nights.

1431 Royal
17
Frenchmen St

3 blocks of live, local music - favorite clubs include Spotted Cat, D.B.A. and Snug Harbor.

18
Kajun's Pub

Karaoke your heart out at this 24-hour bar, which stayed open through Katrina,

2256 St Claude
19
Hi-Ho Lounge

Bluegrass, reggae, soul or bingo, the later the better.

2239 St Claude
20
The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret

LGBT-rich theater, burlesque and drag.

2240 St Claude
21
The Orange Couch

Unofficial office of half the Marigny.

2339 Royal
22
Fair Grinds
Opens at 6am for freshly-brewed fair trade cups
2709 St Claude
23
Crescent Park

Linear park reclaimed from former docks on the Mississippi River.

2300 N Peters
24
Blue Bikes Nola

Bike-share with hubs all over the city. $8/hour, lock the bike anywhere once done. Download the user-friendly SoBi app.

Elysian Fields x St Claude
25
Downtown Fitness Center

Will satisfy your basic gym needs. We have free passes for you.

2732 St Claude
26
Dancing Grounds
Dance classes and community building
2358 St Claude
27
New Orleans Boulder Lounge

Beginners welcome, shoes for rent.

2360 St Claude
28
Vintage Voyage
Wigs and costumes for all your drag, Mardi Gras, or regular Tuesday night needs
632 Elysian Fields
29
Blue Dream

Exquisitely curated vintage clothing, iron-on patches, kimonos and crystals.

2121 Chartres
30
Byrdie's Pottery

All-female pottery cooperative - studio and retail.

2402 St Claude
31
Palace Market Frenchmen

Multi-vendor nightly art and crafts market.

619 Frenchmen
32
Second Vine Wine

Friday night Bordeaux tastings and Thursday night football watch parties under one roof.

1027 Touro
33
Dynamo
Female and LGBT-friendly sex shop
2001 St Claude
34
Louisiana Music Factory

Record store with great New Orleans collection. Shop cat is Snooks.

421 Frenchmen St
35
Rocket Science Salon

Haircut and manicures in cute magenta house on the park.

640 Elysian Fields
36
Studio Be

Several warehouses of large-scale graffiti murals, many with a social justice bent, by hometown hero B-mike Odoms.

2914 Royal
37
Maypop Community Herb Shop

Teas, tinctures and medicinal herbs. Voodoo supplies, too.

2701 St Claude
38
Bornside Yarns

Knitting supply store, neighborhood stalwart.

2733 Dauphine
39
Electric Ladyland Tattoo

Take home an unforgettable souvenir.

610 Frenchmen
40
Plessy v. Ferguson Historical Marker

Site of Homer Plessy's failed 1892 attempt to sit in a whites-only train car, enshrining the race-based notion of "separate but equal," a constitutional justification for segregation and Jim Crow.

2899 Royal
41
Washington Square

Historic oak alleys perfect for tai chi, juggling and/or public drinking.

700 Elysian Fields
42
Robert's Fresh Market

The closest place to, in the local parlance, "make your groceries."

2222 St Claude
43
New Orleans Food Co-Op

Member-owned grocery with lots of locally made products.

2372 St. Claude Ave
1
Horn's Eatery And Catering
Hearty diner food, vine-covered overhang, and dog friendly.
1940 Dauphine
2
Paladar 511
Polished, healthy-ish California-Italian food in a converted old hosiery factory a few blocks from the hotel.
511 Marigny
3
St. Roch Market
An historic seafood market a few blocks from the hotel, revamped as a modern-day a food hall with 13 vendors. Doubles as a business incubator; some "graduates" have subsequently opened free-standing restaurants.
2381 St Claude
4
Who Dat Coffee Cafe
Generous food and boozy coffees, our nearest neighbor and a community fixture.
2401 Burgundy
5
Mona's Cafe Frenchmen
BYOB Lebanese restaurant and grocery.
504 Frenchmen
6
New Orleans Cake Café & Bakery
No-nonsense brunch or lunch, add a cupcake for $1.
2440 Chartres
7
Freezy Street
Bouquets of Thai-style rolled ice cream.
2633 St Claude
8
Kebab
Free-range doner kebabs + pinball parlor.
2315 St Claude
9
Adolfo's
Old-school Creole-Italian: whatever you order, get it with ocean sauce.
611 Frenchmen
10
Lost Love Lounge
Low key neighborhood bar and lounge for drinks, Saints games, and weekly events like comedy shows and pop-ups
2529 Dauphine
11
Morrow's
Standout fried chicken and char-broiled oysters.
2438 St Claude
12
Faubourg Wines

Neighborhood wine shop focused on small producers, on-site tippling encouraged,

2805 St Claude
13
Mimi's In the Marigny

Our favorite of the Franklin St dives.

2601 Royal
14
N7

Secret garden, natural wine, French music, New Orleans magic.

1117 Montegut
15
Buffa's

Nightly live music and a burger equal to its famous brother across the street, without the queue.

1001 Esplanade
16
R Bar

$10 shot-and-a-haircut special on Monday nights.

1431 Royal
17
Frenchmen St

3 blocks of live, local music - favorite clubs include Spotted Cat, D.B.A. and Snug Harbor.

18
Kajun's Pub

Karaoke your heart out at this 24-hour bar, which stayed open through Katrina,

2256 St Claude
19
Hi-Ho Lounge

Bluegrass, reggae, soul or bingo, the later the better.

2239 St Claude
20
The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret

LGBT-rich theater, burlesque and drag.

2240 St Claude
21
The Orange Couch

Unofficial office of half the Marigny.

2339 Royal
22
Fair Grinds
Opens at 6am for freshly-brewed fair trade cups
2709 St Claude
23
Crescent Park

Linear park reclaimed from former docks on the Mississippi River.

2300 N Peters
24
Blue Bikes Nola

Bike-share with hubs all over the city. $8/hour, lock the bike anywhere once done. Download the user-friendly SoBi app.

Elysian Fields x St Claude
25
Downtown Fitness Center

Will satisfy your basic gym needs. We have free passes for you.

2732 St Claude
26
Dancing Grounds
Dance classes and community building
2358 St Claude
27
New Orleans Boulder Lounge

Beginners welcome, shoes for rent.

2360 St Claude
28
Vintage Voyage
Wigs and costumes for all your drag, Mardi Gras, or regular Tuesday night needs
632 Elysian Fields
29
Blue Dream

Exquisitely curated vintage clothing, iron-on patches, kimonos and crystals.

2121 Chartres
30
Byrdie's Pottery

All-female pottery cooperative - studio and retail.

2402 St Claude
31
Palace Market Frenchmen

Multi-vendor nightly art and crafts market.

619 Frenchmen
32
Second Vine Wine

Friday night Bordeaux tastings and Thursday night football watch parties under one roof.

1027 Touro
33
Dynamo
Female and LGBT-friendly sex shop
2001 St Claude
34
Louisiana Music Factory

Record store with great New Orleans collection. Shop cat is Snooks.

421 Frenchmen St
35
Rocket Science Salon

Haircut and manicures in cute magenta house on the park.

640 Elysian Fields
36
Studio Be

Several warehouses of large-scale graffiti murals, many with a social justice bent, by hometown hero B-mike Odoms.

2914 Royal
37
Maypop Community Herb Shop

Teas, tinctures and medicinal herbs. Voodoo supplies, too.

2701 St Claude
38
Bornside Yarns

Knitting supply store, neighborhood stalwart.

2733 Dauphine
39
Electric Ladyland Tattoo

Take home an unforgettable souvenir.

610 Frenchmen
40
Plessy v. Ferguson Historical Marker

Site of Homer Plessy's failed 1892 attempt to sit in a whites-only train car, enshrining the race-based notion of "separate but equal," a constitutional justification for segregation and Jim Crow.

2899 Royal
41
Mardi Gras Zone

Provisions, booze, boas.

2732 Royal St
42
Washington Square

Historic oak alleys perfect for tai chi, juggling and/or public drinking.

700 Elysian Fields
43
Robert's Fresh Market

The closest place to, in the local parlance, "make your groceries."

2222 St Claude
44
New Orleans Food Co-Op

Member-owned grocery with lots of locally made products.

2372 St. Claude Ave
45
Marigny Opera House

Gorgeous former Catholic church now turned performance venue with in-house ballet company. See their event calendar.

2828 Dauphine St
46
Crescent City Conjure

A full-service witchcraft supplier offering spiritual tools, services, readings, magical supplies and consultations for the community.

691 Mandeville St
47
Hotel Peter & Paul

Hi! A historic school, rectory, church and convent, now reborn as Hotel Peter & Paul. www.hotelpeterandpaul.com.

2341 Royal St
48
Domilise's Po-Boy & Bar
In business for nearly 100 years, with the same bartender for 50 (hey, Ray). The fried oyster po-boy is a winner, a huge pile of hot crustaceans fried to order and laid to rest on lush French bread from the iconic Leidenheimer bakery. Also good: the fried shrimp po-boy with beef gravy.
582 Bellecastle St
49
Liuzza's by the Track
A New Orleans neighborhood joint, down to its slightly askew wooden bones. The spicy gumbo is fantastic, as the frosty globes of tap beer the size of your head. Eavesdrop closely for a hot tip from the horse trainers drinking at the bar.
1582 N Lopez St
50
Li'l Dizzy's Cafe
A mixed, vivacious and laid-back dining room popular with cops, there's a full menu, but the buffet is where it's at. The cornbread dressing, fried chicken, red beans and mac & cheese are standouts. Closes at 2 pm.
1498 Esplanade Ave
51
Satsuma Cafe
After a few days of marinating yourself in butter sauces, you may be wondering where the salads are. You'll find them here, along with cold-pressed juices and avocado toast. We prefer the laid-back Bywater location, but there's another near Tulane.
784 Piety St
52
Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
The little wine store Chris Rudge opened in 2002 on a desolate corner has mutated into an all-day hang with live music and excellent food. Buy wine in the shop, grab an ice bucket and glasses, and settle in for a few hours of music and snacks amidst the mismatched patio furniture. The good folks here are our partners at the Elysian Bar in the rectory.
600 Poland Ave
53
Neyow's Creole Café
Monday red beans, Tuesday white beans, Wednesday mustard greens, Thursday smothered chicken, Friday BBQ shrimp. Best of all, every day there's char-broiled oysters.
3366 Bienville St
54
Casamento's Restaurant
This third-generation oyster bar has some of the freshest local oysters in town, delicious raw, fried or cooked. The French fries are fresh-cut and the seafood is always cooked to order. Closed in summer.
4376 Magazine St
55
Turkey and the Wolf
Bon Appetit's Best New Restaurant of 2017 is a sandwich shop, and it's every bit as good as the hype, though the lines are obnoxious. From lamb neck roti to fried bologna, prepare to be surprised – and delighted.
781 Jackson Ave
56
Cochon Butcher
A Cajun-style butcher that doubles as the best sandwich shop in town – that isn't a po-boy joint, or Turkey and the Wolf. One of the stars of the Donald Link restaurant galaxy, all of which are excellent. Try the patty melt with bacon and collard greens.
1000 Tchoupitoulas St
57
Central Grocery and Deli
One of the sole remaining testaments to the strong Sicilian influence on the Lower Quarter, this Italian grocery is most famous for its muffulettas, though the store is also an Ali Baba's cave of imported canned foods, oils, vinegars and snacks. The sandwiches, squat towers of meats, cheese and olive salad on a sesame-flecked loaf, keep for several days and are a great on-the-way-to-the-airport buy.
941 Decatur St
58
Parkway Bakery & Tavern
Highly popular po-boys, especially the fried seafood. Order and eat at the bar to avoid the long lines.
3226 Toulouse St
59
Killer Poboys at Erin Rose
New-generation po-boys paying special attention to sourcing and presentation. Don't be surprised to see a fisherman in rubber boots come through with a bucket of live shrimp, soon to become the crunchy foil to crisp vegetables in the banh mi-inspired shrimp po-boy.
413 Bourbon St
60
Longway Tavern
Steps away from the booziest, boobiest stretch of Bourbon Street is a civilized, casual restaurant with excellent mixologists, a pretty brick courtyard, and good food served late until midnight.
607 Royal St
61
Gautreau's Restaurant
Tucked away in a quiet Uptown neighborhood, this secret spot has produced an unusual number of Food & Wine Best New Chefs over the years. The tiny dining room feels like a salon.
1778 Soniat St
62
Galatoires
Tuxedoed waiters swan around the city's soused judges, society ladies and bewildered tourists, leading the crowd in Happy Birthday sing-alongs. Your order: an impeccable Sazerac (or three), shrimp remoulade for the table, drum meuniere topped with crabmeat, and a round of café brulot, an alcoholic coffee set on fire tableside. (Men must wear jackets, or don one borrowed from the restaurant. Sometimes you come for lunch and end up staying for dinner.
225 Bourbon St
63
Saba
Fresh takes on Israeli cuisine. Pace yourself! The steaming, pillowy house-made pita is so delicious you risk ending up full before the main courses arrive.
5781 Magazine St
64
Upperline
Impossible to pick a favorite restaurant, but if I had to, this would be it. Impeccable Sazeracs from the Art Deco bar, soul-caressing gumbo, and the warm glow of happy people surrounded by a deep-cuts collection of local art, much of it given to owner JoAnn Clevenger by artist friends in her early days as a French Quarter bohemian and the subsequent 40 years she's been holding court at this pearl of a restaurant. JoAnn, though, is the true jewel. On your way out, ask for her Xeroxed list of New Orleans recommendations.
1475 Upperline St
65
Carrollton Market
Under-the-radar but great neighborhood bistro serving up modern classics. I'm partial to the flawless pisco sour, steak frites, and service that's as crisp as it is kind.
8178 Hampson St
66
Bywater American Bistro
Nina Compton's fresh and fine Caribbean-meets-Louisiana food takes root in a new location for this James Beard Award winner, walking distance from the hotel.
580 Montegut St
67
Brigtsen's Restaurant
For over 30 years, Frank and Marna have run their namesake restaurant in this old house and will welcome you in like family. Roast duck with dirty rice, panéed rabbit with mustard sauce, and finish strong with pecan pie.
751 Dante St
68
Coquette
Farmer's market inspired, inventive cooking in an elegant bistro setting.
1090 Washington Ave
69
Bayona
Susan Spicer, local Slow Food pioneer, cooks Mediterranean-inspired dishes in this 200-year-old French Quarter cottage. Hope for good weather so you can request the gorgeous brick courtyard, dripping with plants. (Chef Spicer's husband, Chip Martinson, made the armoire in your room).
890 Saint Louis St
70
Pêche Seafood Grill
Fresh takes on local seafood. Start with Gulf oysters from Dauphin Island and follow with ground shrimp and noodles, and a whole fish grilled over live fire.
444 Julia St
71
Mosquito Supper Club
Cajun restaurant open 3 nights a week serving 24 people, family style, in one seating, in a charming old house uptown. Chef Melissa Martin prepares the generous, flavorful foods she grew up eating on Bayou Petit Carré in Terrebonne Parish.
1881 General Taylor St
72
Cane and Table
On the scruffy lower edge of the Quarter, this easy-to-miss bar is a grotto of distressed plaster, sexy lighting and incredibly good drinks. The rum-heavy cocktail list takes inspiration from New Orleans' position as the northern-most corner of the Caribbean,
1131 Decatur St
73
Arnaud's French 75
Beautifully retrograde, with monkey lamps, leopard-print settees, and bartenders in white tuxedos slinging some of the best classic cocktails in town. The soufflé potatoes with béarnaise are like little pillows. Upstairs, visit the creepy, private Germaine Wells Mardi Gras museum.
309 Bourbon St
74
Bar Tonique
A French Quarter bar that isn't old-fashioned, tacky or sexualized. This is the place to go for serious drinks in slightly ragged surroundings.
1020 Dumaine St
75
Manolito
There are a million crappy industrial daiquiris in this town. The frozen Hemingway daiquiri here is to them what Krug is to Barefoot Bubbly. Get it in a geaux-cup and sip as you walk the Quarter.
869 Decatur St
76
Pascal's Manale
It's a restaurant, but don't bother with the regular menu. Instead, belly up to the bar, order martinis and oyster tokens, then walk across to the oyster bar and redeem the tokens for endless shucked-to-order fresh Gulf oysters and dad jokes from longtime shucker Uptown T.
1882 Napoleon Ave
77
Pal's Lounge
Late-night dive bar with an air hockey table, pinball machines, juke box, dollar Pabst Blue Ribbon and nudie 70s pinups on the walls. Buzz in.
3212 Saint Philip St
78
Angelo Brocato
Opened by a Sicilian immigrant over a hundred years ago, this Italian ice cream shop doesn't look like it's changed much, with candy-filled apothecary jars, glass-topped tables and ceiling fans. The ice cream is made daily, but don't leave without a couple cannoli.
222 N Carrollton Ave
79
Hansen's Sno-Bliz
For seventy summers now, the Hansen family has been making "air-conditioning for your tummy." Their sno-balls, now administered by granddaughter Ashley Hansen, are layered with fluffy, finely-shaved ice and generous squirts of syrup, house-made every day, in flavors like satsuma, cream of nectar, or wild cherry.
512 Bordeaux St
80
Cafe Beignet
Less iconic and atmospheric than the nearby classic Café du Monde, but the beignets are equally pillowy, yeasty and drowning in sugar – and the lines are much shorter.
339 Bourbon St
81
Glitter Box N.O
French Quarter boutique showcasing female artists and makers. Mermaid sequin fanny packs, tassel crowns, fringe and pom-pom earrings.
1121 Royal St
82
Euclid Records New Orleans
Over 70,000 used and new vinyl and CDs. Frequent CD release concerts on the in-store stage. They promise to listen to your demo tape.
621 Piety St
83
Meyer The Hatter
Oldest family-owned hat store in the US, with three generations at work every day and 20,000 chapeaux in stock.
158 Saint Charles Ave
84
Sunday Shop
Light as air, filled with thoughtfully selected, beautifully made home goods.
1116 Saint Andrew St
85
Saint Claude Social Club
Tiny boutique carrying independent female designers from all over the world, many from New Orleans; often hosts social nights and trunk shows.
1967 Sophie Wright Pl
86
Century Girl Vintage
Hand-picked garments from through the decades and around the world, with a focus on the dainty, pastel and feminine.
1122 Saint Andrew St
87
Box Paper Scissor
Fine international stationery shop, nothing cutesy: Kaweco pens, Margiela bookmarks, deckle-edged Italian cards, embossed Japanese paper, even leather-wrapped USB cables.
880 General Taylor St
88
Trashy Diva Lingerie Boutique
Around the corner from St. Louis Cathedral, look past the cheesy name to find a beautiful assortment of accessories for the boudoir: corsetry and beaded capes, fringe negligees and silk robes. Friendly and non-intimidating service.
762 Royal St
89
Fifi Mahony's
Custom-designed and ready-to-wear wigs, fittings included. Small salon in the back in case you want your real hair dyed pink.
688 Saint Philip St
90
Krewe
NOLA-based eyewear brand spotted on Beyoncé and Gigi Hadid. The French Quarter location has a secret coffee bar and shady courtyard.
827 Royal St
91
Seasoned
Vintage cookware, from melamine to champagne coupes. Shares space with Mosquito Supper Club and Levee Baking, an extraordinary Saturday morning baking pop-up (show up as close as possible to 10 am or you may leave empty-handed).
1881 General Taylor St
92
Broadway Bound Costumes Inc
Costume specialist for everyone from Mardi Gras Indians to debutantes. Rebuilt after Katrina, it's now once again filled to the brim with marabou, sequins, and glitter by the pound.
2759 Canal St
93
Bambi DeVille Vintage Clothing & Bakelitelady
Daughter of a French Quarter antiques dealer, Bambi grew up dressing all six girls in the family in their grandmother's vintage chic. Chunky Bakelite jewelry is an area of expertise, as are vintage furs, 40's gowns, and kimonos.
680 Dumaine St
94
Lucullus
Culinary antiques, from mother-of-pearl caviar paddles to French grape-gathering baskets and Danish bread guillotines.
612 Chartres St
95
A Gallery For Fine Photography
Feels like a museum where everything is for sale, but in curvy brick stairwells rather than on big white walls. Still, they're all here: Arbus, Penn, Ritts, Mapplethorpe, Doisneau. Also home to a deep collection of rare and special-edition photography books.
584 Bienville St
96
Blue Cypress Books
They've stocked our 3rd floor stage lounge wiht a great selection of Louisiana books and more. Ride the streetcar to the mothership Uptown.
8162 Oak St
97
Faulkner House Books
A literary sanctuary in the heart of the French Quarter, with new and rare books including, naturally, a fat collection of Faulkners. Now a private home, this house is actually where Faulkner became a novelist, and is visitable with advance arrangement.
642 Pirate Aly
98
Arcadian Books & Prints
Teetering piles of used books from floor to ceiling, with free books, dollar books, many books in French, Russian, Latin, or German, and a shopkeeper who, improbably, knows exactly where they all are.
709 Royal St
99
Garden District Book Shop
Sweet local bookshop inside a former roller skating rink, built for the 1884 World Cotton Exposition, that specializes in signed editions and local-interest books. 2 book signings per week!
1522 Washington Ave
100
Preservation Hall
New Orleans-style jazz in an affordable, beautifully preserved, suitably crowded venue, with live music every night. Touristy? Sure, but still absolutely worthwhile. One of the rare kid-friendly music venues in town (no alcohol served).
762 St Peter St
101
Maple Leaf Bar
Once a Victorian storefront, this 36-year-old nightclub hosts one of the finest standing gigs in town: the legendary Rebirth Brass Band on Tuesdays.
8346 Oak St
102
Rock 'N' Bowl
Bowling alley, bar and live music venue, including zydeco dancing on Thursday nights. Trust us: few things are more fun than this combination.
8154 Earhart Blvd
103
Congo Square
Slaves and free blacks gathered here on Sundays for dancing and drumming, the rhythms and variations of which are an integral part of early jazz, brass band music, second lines and parade beats. The Congo Square Preservation Society convenes on Sundays from 3-5 pm to continue the tradition.
0 N Rampart St
104
The Music Box Village
A magical compound of musical houses made from reclaimed materials, which becomes an electrifying performance space during most weekends in the fall and is also open for kids to play in. A project of New Orleans Airlift, creator of large-scale public art spectacles highlighting the city's under-the-radar artists.
4571 Saint Claude Ave
105
Doullut Steamboat Houses
Twin homes for riverboat pilots with pagoda-style roofs overlooking the Mississippi River. Built with a ceramic ground floor to withstand flooding.
432 Egania St
106
Riding the streetcar uptown
Has been running for 165 years and is the oldest continuously operating street railway in the world. There are 34 olive-green now-electric cars, and the fare is just $1.25. Catch it at Canal & Royal and ride it up to Audubon Park.
696 Canal St
107
Audubon Park
Allées of live oaks, a 1.8 mile jogging path, lagoon and playgrounds.
6358 Tchoupitoulas St
108
Backstreet Cultural Museum
Celebrating African-American cultural traditions like second lines, Mardi Gras Indians, Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, and jazz. On Mardi Gras Day, this is a great spot to see Indians.
1178 Gov Nicholls St
109
Armstrong-Dana House
Outstanding Italianate-style mansion with verdigris wrought iron, in neglect and disrepair that somehow makes it even more beautiful.
1730 Washington Ave
110
Rosegate
Anne Rice's ornate 1850s Greek-Revival home when she wrote Interview with the Vampire.
2368 Chestnut St
111
Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden
Free sculpture garden in a pine and magnolia landscape with work by Henry Moore, Louise Bourgeois, and Antoine Bourdelle. Morning Call beignets right around the corner.
0 Dreyfous Dr
112
St. Louis Cemetery No. 3
Less visited than its more famous brothers, this expanse of marble and stone, showcases the raised graves that distinguishes our local cemeteries.
1362 Moss St
113
Payne-Strachan House
Five bays, double galleries, classical columns, and notoriously, where Confederate President Jefferson Davis died in 1899.
1178 1st St
114
Napoleon House
Oh, the stories these flaking walls and wobbly floors could tell. Famous for their Pimm's Cup. p.s. Napoleon never made it here.
506 Chartres St
115
1199 Independence St
One of our favorite private homes.
3703 Marais St
116
3405 Royal St
One of our favorite private homes.
715 Desire St
117
3015 Royal St
One of our favorite private homes.
3024 Dauphine St
118
2446 Dauphine St
One of our favorite private homes.
2454 Dauphine St
119
929 Marigny St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
963 Marigny St
120
2403 Laharpe St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1553 N Rocheblave St
121
1229 N Tonti St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1261 N Tonti St
122
2659 Desoto St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1430 Crete St
123
1436 Verna Ct
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
3315 Fortin St
124
1436 Leda Ct
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
3368 Marie St
125
1300 Moss St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
3389 Grand Rte Saint John St
126
924 Moss St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
937 Hagan Ave
127
2544 St Peter St
Derelict but beautiful former laundry - one of our favorite buildings in the city.
675 N Rocheblave St
128
510 Race St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
556 Race St
129
930 Washington Ave
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
970 Washington Ave
130
2912 Baronne St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1776 6th St
131
3627 Carondelet St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
3655 Carondelet St
132
1929 Milan St and 1925 Milan
Two of our favorite private homes in the city.
1973 Milan St
133
1903 Milan St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
4159 Dryades St
134
2037 Napoleon Ave
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
4372 S Saratoga St
135
5349 Camp St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1022 Leontine St
136
5515 Hurst St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1526 Octavia St
137
203 Walnut St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
208 Moqueur Ln
138
7805 Willow St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1418 Burdette St
139
1525 Short St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
7972 Birch St
140
8003 Jeannette St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1528 Short St
141
1100 Cambronne St
One of our favorite private homes in the city.
1110 Cambronne St
142
Crescent City Conjure
A full-service witchcraft supplier offering spiritual tools, services, readings, magical supplies and consultations for the community.
2406 Royal St
143
Island of Salvation Botanica
0 Saint Roch Ave
144
Marie Laveau's House
777 Burgundy St
145
New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
754 Dumaine St
146
Voodoo Spiritual Temple
1084 Kerlerec St
147
Jackson Square
745 Decatur St
148
Voodoo Authentica
891 Chartres St
149
Maypop Community Herb Shop
1113 Port St
150
Rosalie Apothecary
605 N Rendon St
151
St. Roch Cemetary NO. 1
0 Saint Roch Ave
152
Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel, International Shrine of St Jude
1165 Conti St