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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Horn’s Eatery
2
Gene’s Po-Boys
3
Paladar 511
4
St Roch Market
5
Who Dat Coffee Café
6
Mona’s Café
7
Cake Café
8
Freezy Street
9
Kebab
10
Adolfo’s
11
Lost Love Lounge Vietnamese Kitchen
12
Morrow’s
13
Faubourg Wines
14
Mimi’s in the Marigny
15
N7
16
Buffa’s
17
R Bar
18
Frenchmen St
19
Kajun's Pub
20
Hi-Ho Lounge
21
Siberia Lounge
22
Allways Lounge & Cabaret
23
The Orange Couch
24
St Coffee
25
Crescent Park
26
Blue Bikes Nola
27
Downtown Fitness Center
28
Rhythmic Arts Center
29
New Orleans Boulder Lounge
30
I.J. Reilly’s Knick Knacks and Curiosities
31
Blue Dream
32
Byrdie’s Pottery
33
Palace Market Frenchmen
34
Beauty Plus
35
Second Vine Wines
36
Dynamo
37
Louisiana Music Factory
38
Rocket Science Salon
39
Studio BE
40
Maypop Community Herb Shop
41
Bornside Yarns
42
Electric Ladyland Tattoo
43
Plessy v. Ferguson Historical Marker
44
Washington Square
45
Robert’s
46
New Orleans Food Coop
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Horn’s Eatery

Hearty diner food, vine-covered overhang, and dog friendly

1940 Dauphine

2

Gene’s Po-Boys

24 hours of hot sausage po-boys and daiquiris

1040 Elysian Fields

3

Paladar 511

Polished, healthy-ish California-Italian

511 Marigny

4

St Roch Market

Historic seafood market revamped as 13-vendors food hall

2381 St Claude

5

Who Dat Coffee Café

Generous food and boozy coffees

2401 Burgundy

6

Mona’s Café

BYOB Lebanese restaurant and grocery

504 Frenchmen

7

Cake Café

No-nonsense brunch or lunch, add a cupcake for $1

2440 Chartres

8

Freezy Street

Bouquets of rolled ice cream, Thai-style

2633 St Claude

9

Kebab

Free-range doner kebabs + pinball parlor

2315 St Claude

10

Adolfo’s

Old-school Creole-Italian: whatever you order, get it with ocean sauce.

611 Frenchmen

11

Lost Love Lounge Vietnamese Kitchen

Pho at the back of a dive bar

2529 Dauphine

12

Morrow’s

Standout fried chicken and char-broiled oysters

2438 St Claude

13

Faubourg Wines

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

2805 St Claude

14

Mimi’s in the Marigny

Our favorite of the Franklin St dives

2601 Royal

15

N7

Secret garden filled with natural wine, just on the other side of the train tracks

1117 Montegut

16

Buffa’s

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

1001 Esplanade

17

R Bar

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

1431 Royal

18

Frenchmen St

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

19

Kajun's Pub

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

2256 St Claude

20

Hi-Ho Lounge

Bluegrass, reggae, soul or bingo the later the better

2239 St Claude

21

Siberia Lounge

Outstanding Slavic food in the back

2227 St Claude

22

Allways Lounge & Cabaret

LGBT-rich theater, burlesque and drag

2240 St Claude

23

The Orange Couch

Unofficial office of half the Marigny

2339 Royal

24

St Coffee

While you await your cold brew, peruse the bulletin board

2709 St Claude

25

Crescent Park

Linear park reclaimed from former docks on the Mississippi river

2300 N Peters

26

Blue Bikes Nola

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

Elysian Fields x St Claude

27

Downtown Fitness Center

Will satisfy your basic gym needs

2732 St Claude

28

Rhythmic Arts Center

Dance classes from bachata to swing

2358 St Claude

29

New Orleans Boulder Lounge

Beginners welcome, shoes for rent

2360 St Claude

30

I.J. Reilly’s Knick Knacks and Curiosities

Local art, gifts and bike rentals in the Kowalski house from A Streetcar Named Desire

632 Elysian Fields

31

Blue Dream

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

2121 Chartres

32

Byrdie’s Pottery

All-female pottery cooperative-studio and retail

2402 St Claude

33

Palace Market Frenchmen

Multi-vendor nightly art & crafts market

619 Frenchmen

34

Beauty Plus

Glitter, wigs and weave for all your drag, Mardi Gras or regular NOLA Tuesday night needs

1101 Elysian Fields

35

Second Vine Wines

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

1027 Touro

36

Dynamo

Female and LGBT-friendly sex shop

2001 St Claude

37

Louisiana Music Factory

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

421 Frenchmen St

38

Rocket Science Salon

Haircut and manicures in cute magenta house on the park

640 Elysian Fields

39

Studio BE

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

2914 Royal

40

Maypop Community Herb Shop

Teas, tinctures and medicinal herbs. Voodoo supplies, too

2701 St Claude

41

Bornside Yarns

Knitting supply store, neighborhood stalwart

2733 Dauphine

42

Electric Ladyland Tattoo

Take home an unforgettable souvenir

610 Frenchmen

43

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

44

Washington Square

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

700 Elysian Fields

45

Robert’s

The closest place to, in the local parlance, “make your groceries”

2222 St Claude

46

New Orleans Food Coop

Member-owned grocery with lots of locally-made products

2372 St. Claude Ave