Historically known as the first road laid in the City of New Orleans, Bayou Road remains a stomping grounds for innovation and culture. Explore this historic stretch of land that proves easy to become wrapped in and difficult to break away from.
Their wide variety of unique and diverse shops, restaurants, services and nightlife make Bayou Road the perfect break from your typical city flow of New Orleans. Immerse yourself in Community Book Center’s collection of literature on African Diaspora while enjoying fresh and authentic Caribbean cuisine at local favorite, Coco Hut. Don’t mistake Bayou Road for a daytime hang out, because when the sun goes down the parties go up. Bring out your dancing shoes for an evening full of Caribbean dancing and music at Club Caribbean, or opt for a more relaxing atmosphere with premium cigars and whiskey at Whiskey and Sticks.
Don’t forget to stop by Material Life and CupCake Fairies for a few sweet and special souvenirs for those not lucky enough to join you during your stay.
Don’t make the first road laid in New Orleans the missed stop on your list–visit Bayou Road.