Royal Street
Royal Street
Royal Street
Frenchmen Street- Live Band
Frenchmen Street- Live Band
Frenchmen Street- Live Band

Streets to Visit

Iconic streets are all around the Crescent City

Tied directly to history, some street names appear in French on signs in the French Quarter, with the street’s Spanish title immortalized in ceramic tile on the sides of buildings on corners (Calle del Maine, Calle del Arsenal). Streets named for saints (St. Ann and St. Peter) often parallel avenues honoring French royals (Conti), a class not particularly known for its moral high ground. 

  • Crowned Uptown by Audubon Park, Loyola and Tulane Universities, dotted with bars and restaurants from divey to divine, St. Charles Avenue is a living monument to yet another aspect of New Orleans... Read More
  • Originally named for a warehouse that Spanish Governor Miro built to house Kentucky tobacco and other exports, this retail street’s stores offer a delightful antidote to the typical mall... Read More
  • A shopper’s paradise, Royal Street is a repository of grand family-owned antique shops and fine art galleries just a block and yet a world away from the party on Bourbon Street. Click here... Read More
  • Frenchmen --crowded, buzzing and vibrant -- might just be the most consistently musical stretch of asphalt in New Orleans. Its venues offer an ever-changing array of live performances ranging from... Read More
  • One of the quietest, most scenic and historic streets in New Orleans, Esplanade Avenue is a hidden treasure running through the heart of the city. From its beginning at the foot of the Mississippi... Read More
  • With easy accessibility from downtown New Orleans via the St. Charles Avenue Streetcarline, Oak Street has attracted many visitors to discover the charms of this picturesque hub that sits between the... Read More
  • Pulsing with life, Canal Street is New Orleans in all its grit and glory. Read More
  • Among the popular Royal and Magazine Streets, Julia Street is the third New Orleans hotspot known for its extensive list of art galleries. Nicknamed "Gallery Row," Julia Street lies in the... Read More
  • Noisy. Raucous. Nocturnal. For many New Orleans visitors, Bourbon Street embodies the life of a party town. Pulsing in neon, throbbing with music and decorated by beads and balconies – the... Read More
  • For New Orleans, Freret Street’s revival is both welcome and, literally, delicious. Dine outside and watch the world go by on this reborn retail corridor that’s a local’s secret... Read More
  • Today a one-block section of Fulton Street, between Poydras and Lafayette streets, is a pedestrian-only outdoor mall that is rapidly becoming a popular downtown destination for those seeking a respite... Read More
  • With proximity to both Uptown universities, Loyola and Tulane, Maple Street is a favorite hangout for the college crowd as well as a growing number of creative locals from the neighborhood. Read More
  • Home to a slew of new ventures including Peoples Health New Orleans Jazz Market, the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, numerous restaurants and the Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center, this... Read More
  • With restaurants, boutiques, grocery stores, and more, Harrison Avenue has become the center of the Lakeview community and a place for everyone to gather. Read More
  • Home to the beautifully restored St. Roch Market food hall, affordable local restaurants like Sugar Park, The Sneaky Pickle and Red’s Chinese and artful little galleries and performance spaces,... Read More