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Family Friendly New Orleans

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New Orleans is a great place to visit with families of all ages. As a local mother of two kids (now in their 30's), these are my family's favorite things to do and see in the City.

Good for
  • Family
  • History Buff
  • Art and Architecture Lover
  • Like a Local

19 Places

3 City Tips

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19 Places

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Aquariums

The National WWII Museum

Military Museums, Speciality Museums

Canal Street / Algiers Ferry

Ferries

French Quarter

Historic Walking Areas, Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks

Jackson Square

Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks

Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World

Speciality Museums

Royal Street

Historic Walking Areas

RTA - Streetcars

Mass Transportation Systems

Riverwalk Marketplace

Historic Walking Areas, Shopping Malls

Lafayette Square

Points of Interest & Landmarks

Louisiana Children's Museum

Children's Museums, Speciality Museums

Woldenberg Riverfront Park

Jogging Paths & Tracks, Parks

Cafe Du Monde

Restaurants

Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium

Speciality Museums

French Market

Flea & Street Markets

Margaritaville

Restaurants

Antoine's

Restaurants

Cafe Maspero

Restaurants

Crescent City Brewhouse

Restaurants

RiverlanGone's City Tips

  • The heart of the City is the Mississippi River, which defines the City and gives it the name "the Crescent City". Most of my family's favorite things to see and do are near the River.
  • The best place for families to stay is in the CBD (bounded by Canal St, the River, Baronne, and Poydras St) so that you're within walking distance of all the best sites to see, near the streetcar lines, close to the French Quarter, but away from the drunken, late-night craziness.
  • The best time to visit is Spring - our Festival season - from March through May, beginning with our St. Patrick's Day parades, Irish-Italian parades, French Quarter Easter parade, French Quarter Festival (April), and Jazz Fest (last weekend of April and first weekend of May). Wednesday at the Square concerts are FREE from March through May (June if rescheduled due to rain delays) at Lafayette Square featuring local musicians, food vendors and items for sale (jewelry, clothing accessories, art, and lots of others!) and benefits the Young Leadership Council. Bring a camp chair or a blanket to spread on the grass.
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    Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
    Aquariums
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    The Aquarium is the perfect place to beat the cold or heat of the outdoors (or escape the rain during Spring). It's easy to navigate with or without a stroller, and appeals to kids of all ages. There are sharks, penguins, jellyfish, stingrays (that you can even touch) plus an Amazon Rain Forest and Parakeet Pointe.

    Good for
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • IMAX Theater is great but may not be worth the price if you have young children who might not be able to sit that long or be frightened by such large images of animals.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #35 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Way better than I expected 20/01/2018
    • Beautiful 18/01/2018
    • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
    Address:
    1 Canal St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1152
    Phone:
    +1 800-774-7394
    Hours:
    Tue - Sun
    10:00 - 17:00
    Other:
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    The National WWII Museum
    Military Museums, Speciality Museums
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Originally known as the D-Day Museum, this is now a major museum complex in the Warehouse District covering all aspects of WWII, an awesome 4D movie, a John Besh restaurant (American Sector), and musical performances at the Stage Door Canteen (with or without meals included). There are many artifacts on display from ships to letters.

    Good for
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • History Buff
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    Tips
    • The combination Museum ticket with Beyond All Boundaries (movie) and the Final Mission (submarine exhibit) is a great value.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #1 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Very interesting 22/01/2018
    • Excellent Museum! 22/01/2018
    • The National WWII Museum
    Address:
    945 Magazine Street
    New Orleans, LA 70130
    Phone:
    +1 504-528-1944
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    09:00 - 17:00
    Other:
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    Canal Street / Algiers Ferry
    Ferries
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    The Ferry across the Mississippi River from Canal Street to Algiers Point is not only a fun ride, but it's also FREE! And the ride back provides excellent photo opportunities for capturing the city skyline.

    Good for
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • The Ferry runs every 30 minutes. Go upstairs on the Ferry for the best views! You have to leave the ferry on the Westbank, but you can get right back on again and don't have to wait for another ship to arrive. The ride is only about 5-7 minutes long.
    • Walk to the right side of the Ferry to visit Spanish Plaza, the juncture of Canal Street and Poydras Street. Steamboat Natchez docks here and plays its calliope before setting sail. Spanish Plaza is also just outside of the Riverwalk Outlet Mall.
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #46 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Handy Ferry Ride 21/01/2018
    • Nice little side excursion over to Algiers Point 16/01/2018
    • Canal Street / Algiers Ferry
    Address:
    1 Canal St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1152
    Phone:
    +1 504-248-3900
    Hours:
    Sun
    10:30 - 21:45
    Mon - Thu
    06:00 - 21:45
    Fri
    06:00 - 23:45
    Sat
    10:30 - 23:45
    Other:
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    French Quarter
    Historic Walking Areas, Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    This is what visitors come to see, and what locals love about our City. History, Flea markets, antiques, street performers, art, food...what's not to love?

    Good for
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • History Buff
    • Shopping Fanatic
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    • Nightlife Seeker
    • Foodie
    • LGBT
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    Tips
    • Main streets to walk are all perpendicular to Canal Street starting from the River: Decatur (to get to Jackson Square, access to the River) , Exchange Alley (great little shops and restaurants), Royal (antique browsing, shops, the historic Supreme Court Building), Bourbon (bars, shops, strip joints, craziness).
    • Great shops, restaurants and historic buildings and tours surrounding Jackson Square.
    • Gay bars are located closer to Rampart St. on Burgundy and Dauphine and deeper into the Quarter (away from Canal Street).
    • Stay on populated streets, especially at night, and don't walk alone in the Quarter anywhere other than Decatur Street after dark!
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #12 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • A main reason for visiting New Orleans 22/01/2018
    • Dumonds 22/01/2018
    • French Quarter
    Address:
    Canal St to Esplanade Ave
    Mississippi River to N Rampart St
    New Orleans, LA
    Phone:
    +1 833-218-3421
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    00:00 - 23:59
    Other:
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    Jackson Square
    Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Great place to visit during the day to see artists display their works on the iron fence surrounding the Square, hear street musicians and see street performers, visit unique shops, and immerse yourself in history, surrounded by the Pontalba Apartments (the oldest apartments in the U.S. facing Decatur on either side of the Square), and visit the 2nd oldest Catholic cathedral in the US, St. Louis Cathedral.

    Good for
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • History Buff
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • The Cabildo tells the history of New Orleans from the initial population by Native Americans, to the arrival of the white man and the various Europeans who made New Orleans home.
    • The Presbytere on the right side of the Cathedral was the official seat of government and is now a museum with changing exhibits.
    • Get a great picture of the Square from the Moonwalk (steps) across the street. If you're lucky, watch a street performer's show while relaxing on the steps.
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #5 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • A Place to hang-out and People Watch 22/01/2018
    • This place is magic 22/01/2018
    • Jackson Square
    Address:
    615 Pere Antoine Alley
    New Orleans, LA 70116-3234
    Phone:
    +1 800-800-0550
    Other:
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    Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World
    Speciality Museums
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Mardi Gras is synonymous with New Orleans and Blaine Kern is synonymous with Mardi Gras! Everyone will enjoy seeing how floats are built and re-used year to year and the kids will love to costume and pretend to be in the parade!

    Good for
    • Must See
    • History Buff
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Take the FREE shuttle to Mardi Gras World from the foot of Canal Street outside the Canal Street Ferry. Shuttle will return you to this location or to a stop just outside the Riverwalk Outlet Mall Shops.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #17 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • It was OK 21/01/2018
    • Wonderful & Very Interesting 21/01/2018
    • Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World
    Address:
    1380 Port of New Orleans Pl
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1805
    Phone:
    +1 504-361-7821
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    09:30 - 16:30
    Other:
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    Royal Street
    Historic Walking Areas
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Strolling down Royal Street is a MUST for every visitor (local and out-of-towner) to the French Quarter. Take in the architecture (Spanish, not French, due to the many fires and rebuilding under Spanish rule), window shop at the antique stores, but definitely go in and see the most gorgeous chandeliers, antique furniture and Victorian curiosities. It's much quieter and more interesting than Bourbon Street!

    Good for
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • History Buff
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Shopping Fanatic
    • Family
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • Restaurants are nearby on cross streets running parallel to Canal St. (in Exchange Alley, on Iberville, Bienville, Conti, and St. Louis)
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #8 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Lots of street musicians. 22/01/2018
    • A Block Off Bourbon 21/01/2018
    • Royal Street
    Address:
    Royal Street
    New Orleans, LA 70130
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    RTA - Streetcars
    Mass Transportation Systems
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    There is no better way to see New Orleans Uptown than on the St. Charles Ave. streetcar (not a trolley). The green ones are St. Charles Ave. (not to be confused with the red Canal Street and Riverfront streetcars). Uptown is Upriver from the French Quarter and where oak-lined St. Charles Ave. is home to the many beautiful mansions built by the Americans after New Orleans became part of the US.

    Good for
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Must See
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • Catch (get on) the street car at Canal St. and Carondelet which is where most uptown riders heading downtown disembark.
    • If you have time, ride to the "end of the line" at Carrollton Ave. for the full experience. Or stay on until you reach the University section of town (Loyola and Tulane), get off and walk a while in Audubon Park, then get on the streetcar heading back downtown for the ride back to Canal Street.
    • Cost of the Streetcar (and City buses) is $1.25 and can be paid with exact change when you board. 1, 3, and 31-day unlimited ride Jazzy Passes are also available from the RTA for $3, $9 and $55 respectively.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #9 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Really fun, bring a lid for your drink 22/01/2018
    • The operators are very friendly and helpful 22/01/2018
    • RTA - Streetcars
    Address:
    Canal Street
    New Orleans, LA
    Phone:
    +1 504-248-3900
    Other:
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    Riverwalk Marketplace
    Historic Walking Areas, Shopping Malls
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Originally built as exhibit pavilions for the 1984 Louisiana World Expositions (World's Fair), Riverwalk has recently been renovated into an Outlet Mall. It's more spacious and brighter than before, has an awesome view of the River, and great shopping at popular brand stores (Hanes, Coach, Nieman Marcus Last Call, Aerosole, LOFT Outlet, Clark's and more) plus unique New Orleans food and shops.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Shopping Fanatic
    • Family
    Tips
    • Be sure to read about the crash of the Bright Field ship into the Riverwalk in 1996 and how miraculously no one was killed!
    • The Cruise Ship Terminal adjoins the far-end of the Riverwalk. Go outdoors to get a view of the latest ship in port and view the busy River traffic.
    • The food court at the uptown end of the Riverwalk has a wonderful selection of food from local restaurants as well as some chain offerings with plentiful indoor and outdoor seating.
    • Take the Riverfront streetcar at the Moonwalk and get off at the Hilton outside the Riverwalk to enjoy the view (or take it back to Jackson Square after visiting here).
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #0 of 0 things to do in New Orleans
    • Items you do not see elsewhere 15/01/2018
    • Fairly typical shopping destination 03/01/2018
    • Riverwalk Marketplace
    Address:
    1 Poydras St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1662
    Phone:
    +1 504-522-1555
    Other:
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    Lafayette Square
    Points of Interest & Landmarks
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Urban park bounded by St. Charles Ave., N. Maestri, S. Maestri and Camp St. Historical statues, dog park, and venue for Wednesday at the Square concerts held in the spring (March-April) featuring local musicians, food vendors, and local shopping from tent vendors.

    Good for
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Tickets must be purchased for food and drink and can be used for the whole series. Concerts begin at 5 and last until 7. Discount parking after 5 is available at the office building at Camp and Poydras.
    • Dogs on leashes are welcome. Bring camp (collapsible folding) chairs, blankets, or just stand and enjoy the sights and sounds.
    Plan to stay:/
    2-3 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #86 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Visiting Historic Sites 06/12/2017
    • nothing there EXCEPT... 20/11/2017
    • Lafayette Square
    Address:
    St. Charles Avenue
    New Orleans, LA
    Phone:
    +1 504-658-3200
    Other:
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    Louisiana Children's Museum
    Children's Museums, Speciality Museums
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    The Children's Museum is great for kids of all ages (my daughter and friends went here on her high school Senior Ring Day!) Located on Julia Street 3 blocks past Poydras St. in the CBD it's easy to walk to, or ride the St. Charles Street car and get off at Julia St., then walk two blocks towards the River.

    Good for
    • Family
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • Plan to spend at least 2 hours to see the two floors of exhibits.
    • Check the website for special events and performances by local groups.
    • Special area for babies/toddlers on the second floor, but kids up to 11 love the Grocery store too!
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #88 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • What a great time had by all! 03/01/2018
    • Nice one 12/11/2017
    • Louisiana Children's Museum
    Address:
    420 Julia St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-3606
    Phone:
    +1 504-523-1357
    Hours:
    Sun
    12:00 - 16:30
    Tue - Sat
    09:30 - 16:30
    Other:
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    Woldenberg Riverfront Park
    Jogging Paths & Tracks, Parks
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Beautiful Riverfront park to watch the River traffic go by, enjoy the River breeze, and relax. The Park runs from the Moonwalk to the Aquarium and Spanish Plaza and offers unique sculptures.

    Good for
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • French Quarter Fest uses this area for music stages and food vendors. Other events are also held here, but when nothing is scheduled it's a very peaceful place to be.
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #75 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Great Mississippi views 16/01/2018
    • Rain and fog 14/01/2018
    • Woldenberg Riverfront Park
    Address:
    1 Canal St
    French Quarter
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1152
    Phone:
    +1 504-565-3033
    Other:
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    Cafe Du Monde
    Restaurants (Cafe)
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Home of the beignet (pronounced BEN - yay), a puffed doughnut covered with powdered sugar! An "order" is 3 square beignets with a generous coating of confectioner's sugar.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Senior
    • Family
    Tips
    • Café au Lait is half coffee and half hot milk. Do NOT think that you can drink this coffee black because it is STRONG and is made with chicory, a root blended with coffee in New Orleans since the Civil War!
    • Chocolate milk is also a great combination with beignets if you don't care for coffee with chicory.
    • Don't expect to remain clean while eating this treat, especially if someone in your party tells a joke and gets everyone laughing!
    • If it's crowded, you can get your order to-go and eat it in Dutch Alley (behind the building near the River) or in Jackson Square sitting on a park bench.
    • Many days there are street musicians playing outside the outdoor entrance. Be sure to tip them (pay them) for their entertainment!
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #97 of 1,495 restaurants in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Bring a bib and wet wipes 22/01/2018
    • Fast friendly service. 22/01/2018
    • Cafe Du Monde
    Address:
    800 Decatur St
    In Front of Jackson Square
    New Orleans, LA 70116-3306
    Phone:
    +1 504-581-2914
    Price range:
    US$1 - US$20
    Hours:
    Sun - Sat
    00:00 - 23:59
    Other:
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    Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
    Speciality Museums
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    I personally detest insects and have not been here, but I have many friends who love it. It's located in the historic Customhouse Building on Canal Street, and there's a butterfly pavilion, so if you don't mind the insects, it's worth a visit!

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Thrill Seeker
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Nature Lover
    Tips
    • Kids and adults alike can sample appetizers featuring bugs at Bug Appetit!
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #27 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Wow- this was an unexpected highlight of our trip! 18/01/2018
    • Butterflies make it worth it 15/01/2018
    • Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
    Address:
    423 Canal St
    US Custom House
    New Orleans, LA 70130-2329
    Phone:
    +1 504-524-2847
    Hours:
    Tue - Sun
    10:00 - 16:30
    Other:
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    French Market
    Flea & Street Markets
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Locals refer to the French Market as the area with food, followed by the Flea Market with items for sale (not necessarily super-cheap). The French Market is the historical fresh market of the City where everything from fruit, vegetables, and seafood could be purchased for home and restaurant use, and that is still true today.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Must See
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • It can get pretty crowded walking in the center aisle, and not recommended if pushing a stroller. Rather, use the outer walkways.
    • Really good restaurants and shops are also located across the street from the French Market on French Market Place, which runs from Ursulines to Barracks St.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #47 of 379 things to do in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Lots to see and buy! 21/01/2018
    • Good place to spend a couple hours 21/01/2018
    • French Market
    Address:
    Decatur St
    1100 North Peters
    New Orleans, LA 70116
    Phone:
    +1 504-522-2621
    Hours:
    Mon - Fri
    09:00 - 18:00
    Other:
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    Margaritaville
    Restaurants (American, Bar, Mexican, Grill, Pub)
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    The food is good, prices are reasonable, and a unique atmosphere.

    Good for
    • Solo
    • Peace and Quiet Seeker
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    • Like a Local
    Tips
    • If you're a local, let server know to apply for a special discount card.
    • Go up to the 3rd floor and see the unique suspended tire bar seat/swings!
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #0 of 0 restaurants in
    • Very good place to visit 20/09/2016
    • I been here everytime I visited to NOLA 01/09/2016
    • Margaritaville
    Address:
    1104 Decatur St
    New Orleans, LA 70116-2606
    Phone:
    +1 504-592-2565
    Price range:
    US$0 - US$20
    Hours:
    Sun - Thu
    11:00 - 22:00
    Fri - Sat
    11:00 - 23:00
    Other:
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    Antoine's
    Restaurants (French, American, Seafood, Cajun & Creole)
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    The oldest family owned and continuously operated restaurant in the US (175 years in 2015)! Not only is the food fabulous, but so is the building and service staff. This place is so old-school that servers must apprentice for years before becoming full waiters. They take care of you like family, and each family has their own favorite waiter who makes their reservations and serves them regardless of which dining room is being used! Oh, and there are 14 dining rooms to choose from!

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Family
    • Art and Architecture Lover
    Tips
    • Be sure to ask for a tour of the restaurant when your meal is done and tip your server generously for the tour afterwards!
    • The Hermes Bar is a great place to relax off the street yet still people watch and watch the hubbub of the restaurant. You can also get food service here.
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #141 of 1,495 restaurants in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Excellent 22/01/2018
    • Great time with Sterling! 21/01/2018
    • Antoine's
    Address:
    713 Saint Louis St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-2182
    Phone:
    +1 504-581-4422
    Price range:
    US$50 - US$80
    Hours:
    Sun
    11:00 - 14:00
    Mon - Sat
    11:30 - 14:00
    17:30 - 21:00
    Other:
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    Cafe Maspero
    Restaurants (American, Seafood, Delicatessen)
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Maspero's has it all - fried seafood, poboys, muffalettas, red beans and rice, Patton's Hot Sausage - is conveniently located on Decatur St. and has hours to satisfy your hunger whenever it hits! Prices are reasonable too.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    Plan to stay:/
    Less than 1 hour
    From the community
    Ranked #160 of 1,495 restaurants in New Orleans
    • Good food! 21/01/2018
    • Not what I expected for New Orleans 07/01/2018
    • Cafe Maspero
    Address:
    601 Decatur St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1029
    Phone:
    +1 504-523-6250
    Price range:
    US$0 - US$16
    Hours:
    Sun - Thu
    08:00 - 22:00
    Fri - Sat
    08:00 - 23:00
    Other:
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    Crescent City Brewhouse
    Restaurants (American, Bar, Pub, Cajun & Creole)
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    RiverlanGone Says:

    Located across the street from the old Jax Brewery (now a shopping mall), the Crescent City Brewhouse is the only French Quarter microbrewery. In addition to its specialty brews, the Brewhouse also serves lunch and dinner and has live music nightly.

    Good for
    • Foodie
    • Like a Local
    • Solo
    • Friends
    • Couples
    • Senior
    • Family
    Tips
    • Perfect place for baked or freshly shucked raw oysters in a great atmosphere!
    • No separate kids menu, but they're sure to want some of whatever anyone is eating, if not the raw oysters!
    Plan to stay:/
    1-2 hours
    From the community
    Ranked #132 of 1,495 restaurants in New Orleans
    Certificate of Excellence 2014
    • Well worth the hike! 20/01/2018
    • Great Staff, Great Lunch! 20/01/2018
    • Crescent City Brewhouse
    Address:
    527 Decatur St
    New Orleans, LA 70130-1027
    Phone:
    +1 504-522-0571
    Price range:
    US$20 - US$25
    Hours:
    Sun
    11:30 - 22:00
    Mon - Thu
    12:00 - 22:00
    Fri - Sat
    11:30 - 23:00
    Other:
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