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  • 9.2

    Rouses Market

    Grocery Store 701 Baronne St New Orleans, LA

    People also say (65 tips):

    • Neil H.
      Neil Herschkowitz: "Always go online and check out the weekly specials. It makes a huge difference if you do all your food shopping here."
  • 9.3

    Reyn Studios

    Yoga Studio 725 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

    People also say (10 tips):

    • Shrutika S.
      Shrutika Sachdev: "Beautiful spacious studio! Get ready to have a good sweat and stretch in this special city of NoLa!❤ Complimentary mat for first timers!"
  • 9.4

    The National WWII Museum

    History Museum 945 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

    People also say (210 tips):

    • Kathleen V.
      Kathleen Vargas: "Very informative. Love that everyone got a card like a dog tag and you got to hear the stories from your selective World War Two veteran when you tab it in selective machines."
  • 9.2


    New American Restaurant 701 Saint Charles Ave New Orleans, LA

    People also say (96 tips):

    • Eater
      Eater: "Like New Orleans itself, the kitchen (under daily direction from chef de cuisine Rebecca Wilcomb) borrows from a grab bag of cultures and somehow arrives at an elegant crossroad."
  • 9.4

    Willa Jean

    Bakery 611 Okeefe Ave New Orleans, LA

    People also say (56 tips):

    • Eitan L.
      Eitan Lidergot: "Get there before 10:30 am so you can order the breakfast menu. Get the fried chicken and biscuit sandwich with Tabasco honey, blue crab with poached eggs and hollandaise, or avocado toast with eggs."
  • 9.2

    Catahoula Hotel & Bar

    Speakeasy 914 Union St New Orleans, LA

    People also say (5 tips):

    • Marissa C.
      Marissa C: "Awesome brand new hipster hotel, cute roof deck, friendly staff. Perfect hidden gem amidst the craziness of New Orleans."

People are talking about these places in Central Business District:

  • 9.1


    French Restaurant 333 Saint Charles Ave New Orleans, LA

    People also say (277 tips):

    • Alex L.
      Alex Lustick: "This is the FIRST place to eat once you land in New Orleans. Oysters, authentic food, amazing cocktails (happy hour + pro move), Brian the bartender and Courtney the hostess will hook you up!"
    • Caroline S.
      Caroline Schulweis: "Go for happy hour! 3pm-6pm. Half price cocktails and 50 cent oysters. They were great for a bachelorette party and offered us free champagne and dessert! Strong cocktails."
  • 9.1

    The Ruby Slipper

    Cajun / Creole Restaurant 200 Magazine St New Orleans, LA

    People also say (270 tips):

    • Ryan N.
      Ryan Nixon: "Biscuits are big, made in house and phenomenal. You can split your Benedict to get each biscuit half with a different topping. I highly recommend friend chicken and Cochon. Good cocktails too"
    • Daniel B.
      Daniel Bastardo Blanco: "This is a must-visit breakfast spot in New Orleans. Try their Egg Couchon, it's fantastic! Br aware though, it might seem small but it's very filling."
  • 9.1

    Mercedes-Benz Superdome

    Football Stadium 1500 Sugar Bowl Dr New Orleans, LA

    People also say (230 tips):

    • Tricia V.
      Tricia V.: "Great seats no matter where you are. If your there for a Saints game make sure to get the Black and Gold Poboy."
    • ESPN
      ESPN: "The last time the Final Four was hosted at the Superdome was in 2003 when the ‘Cuse Orangemen lead by the Most Outstanding Player and freshman, Carmelo Anthony took down the Kansas Jayhawks, 81-78."

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