Mother's Restaurant offers happy locals and visitors with the best comfort food in town since 1938. Start your day with a crawfish etoufee omelet, grits on the side, a coffee and a smile. Read more.
Dickie Brennan's Palace Cafe is a great place to enjoy lunch on Canal Street. Stop in early afternoon for a sidewalk table and have Shrimp Tchefuncte for a soul-satisfying lunch and a sazerac. Enjoy. Read more.
Open for more than 85 years, Rubensteins offers mens apparel and accessories in downtown New Orleans on St Charles Ave and Canal Street. Check out their color New Orleans street car polo shirts. Read more.
Visiting or attending a conference? The Sheraton New Orleans on Canal St is centrally located near the French Quarter. Warm hospitality, an expansive lobby, and clean guest rooms make a nice stay. Read more.
If visiting New Orleans make this your first stop in the French Quarter. Drop in for an early evening Sazerac and stay for dinner with house favorites like shrimp & grits and buttermilk fried chicken. Read more.
Slurp fresh and grilled oysters shucked before your eyes by Hollywood, the senior shucker, at the bar. Acme's motto is “Eat Louisiana oysters, love longer.” Read more.
Tony Bourdain sampled the Oysters Rockefeller, a dish invented at Antoine's, which is the oldest operating restaurant in the United States. Read more.
Enjoy a sazerac at Antoine's newest addition in their Hermes Bar which opened a few years ago. Their wood interior beckons with candle stick chandeliers and Antoine Krewe memorabilia in light boxes. Read more.
On the corner of Frenchman Street and Royal, Marigny Brasserie beckons with local Cajun, Creole and Italian fare. Enjoy a bowl of chicken and andouille sausage gumbo with an Abita beer for lunch. Read more.
Make It Right is helping residents of the Lower 9th Ward rebuild their lives & community in the wake of Hurricane Katrina by building affordable, green, energy efficient and storm resistant houses. Read more.
Close to the River Walk near the foot of Canal Street in the Canal Place mall, this Starbucks is in a great location away from the hotel bustle up the street. Free wi-fi and nice views of N. Peter St. Read more.
Created by Central Grocery in 1906, the muffuletta is New Orleans’ signature sandwich. If this sounds like your average Italian hero, then the delicious marinated olive salad will change your mind. Read more.
Steeped in a colonial architecture amber, this French Quarter landmark was once offered to Napoleon as a place of refuge in 1821 by Mayor Nicholas Girod. Best known for a Pimm's Cup, try a Sazerac. Read more.