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The National WWII Museum
945 Magazine St (at Andrew Higgins St)
"This is a MUST!! The best museum I have ever visited! I fell in love with this museum and it's extremely emotional, bring some tissues."
751 Place John Paul Deaux ((Louisiana State Museum))
"Very nice exhibits in a lovely historical building."
Old U.S. Mint
400 Esplanade Ave
"Opened in 1838, The New Orleans Mint is currently the oldest surviving structure to have served as a U.S. Mint. Since 1981 it has served as a branch of the Louisiana State Museum."
Napoleon House Bar & Cafe
Lounge · $$
500 Chartres St (St. Louis)
"Yup, go to the Chartres House Cafe instead! Lovely people, tasty food and decent prices! Will definitely return here!!"
745 Decatur St. (btwn St. Peter St. & St. Ann St.)
"Try the Redfish Cake - A twist on the crab cake, you will want to sop up the sauce of this #seafood appetizer"
Café du Monde
Café · $
800 Decatur St (at The French Market)
"Great price for beignets and coffee! Piping hot beignets are divine, and I LOVE the Cafe au Lait!"
New Orleans's Best Entertainment - 2012
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