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.
Maple Street offers several coffee shops with tasty treats, ample tables and WiFi connections for laptops. Grab a muffin and some cold brew and enjoy the sunshine at one of the numerous coffee shop patios.
Maple and adjacent side streets offer several small, intimate restaurants. From vegan friendly brunch to classic burgers and Vietnamese cuisine, Maple Street has food for all taste buds.
And for those who love the nightlife, several small pubs have sprouted up around the area offering beer and cocktails at reasonable prices. And the best part? They're all within walking distance of each other.
A variety of consignment shops and boutiques line Maple Street, offering affordable options for fashion forward shoppers. Angelique Boutique an extremely popular local women’s clothing store, is just off Maple Street on Adams Street.
From downtown, New Orleans Maple Street is easily accessible via the historic St. Charles Avenue streetcar line headed Uptown. Once you step off the streetcar, just walk two blocks. For more information on Maple Street visit the Maple Street Business Association's website at www.visitmaplestreet.com.