Royal St, with its rows of high-end antiques shops, block after block of galleries and potted ferns hanging from cast-iron balconies, is...
Upper Bourbon Street
Like Vegas and Cancun, the main stretch of Bourbon St is where the great id of the repressed American psyche is let loose into a...
A Gallery for Fine Photography
This impressive gallery usually has prints such as William Henry Jackson’s early-20th-century views of New Orleans and EJ Bellocq’s rare...
At this smart-looking spot inside the historic Monteleone, you'll find a revolving circular bar, canopied by the top hat of the 1904...
New Orleans, a city of seafood and swamp ingredients, isn’t known as a steak town. Yet this steakhouse is considered one of the greatest...
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Palace Café information
This outpost of the Brennan family, one of the great houses of New Orleans cooking, straddles the undefined space that marks entry into the French Quarter. One of the best things the Palace has going for it is its space: occupying a former music store, the building’s original tile floors and interior columns have been retained and a corkscrew staircase sets off the posh affair with a bit of idiosyncrasy. Businesspeople, conventioneers and office workers rule the roost here, eating off a menu that takes a generally nonexperimental but very good approach to classic Creole standards.