Gallier House Museum
Walking down the road of New Orleans’ history, take note of the buildings along the way: physical evidence of the city’s evolution. Many...
This attractive 1826 Greek-revival house is named for its two most famous previous inhabitants. Confederate General Pierre Gustave...
Old Ursuline Convent
In 1727, 12 Ursuline nuns arrived in New Orleans to care for the French garrison's 'miserable little hospital' and to educate the young...
Somewhere between a dive and a neighborhood joint; a beer and a shot runs you $5.
This is about as foreign as flavors get in the French Quarter, although West African cuisine (specifically Cameroonian and Gambian)...
Lonely Planet review
An informal, quiet local spot in the Lower Quarter, dim and dark and candlelit romantic in its quirky way. Kooky renditions of da Vinci’s familiar subject hang on the walls. In hair curlers, 50lb heavier or in the form of a cow, she stares impassively at diners munching on pizzas, pastas and spinach salads.