Tag: French Quarter

1100 Chartres St | New Orleans
The Old Ursuline Convent was erected in 1745 and occupied until 1824 by Ursuline nuns as a convent, orphanage, and school for girls. This historic...
400 Esplanade Ave | New Orleans
The Old U.S. Mint holds the distinct title of being the only mint to produce American and Confederate coinage. A product of Andrew Jackson's "Bank...
132 Royal St | New Orleans
Ole Saint Kitchen & Tap combines the culinary expertise of Executive Chef Jared Tees with legendary New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister....
204 Decatur St. | New Orleans
Olivier’s dishes represent five generations of Creole tradition, beginning with the woman known in the family as Gramma Gaudet, Chef Armand’s...
542 St. Peter St | New Orleans
Quintessential French Quarter Shop Specializing in Hand Poured Candles, Original Art, Vintage Religious Icons, and Handmade Jewelry.
621 St Louis St | New Orleans
The Omni Royal Orleans offers graceful elegance in a New Orleans French Quarter hotel. Located on the most fashionable corner of St. Louis at...
615 Toulouse St | New Orleans
One Eyed Jacks is the premiere venue in the French Quarter for touring alternative acts. We offer backstage room, 500 person capacity concert room,...
524 St Peter St | New Orleans
Ooh Lala is a New Orleans gallery specializing in contemporary jewelry and art. Find playful, collectible pieces made with Swarovski crystals and...
1100 N Peters St # 27 | New Orleans
The French Market began as a Native American trading post on the banks of the Mississippi. Today, America’s oldest public market is the site of a...
720 Orleans Ave | New Orleans
This two-story building was constructed in 1809 by Antoine Angue. It was built during the peak of the Theatre d'Orleans, across from the old Salle...