This historic home was built in 1837 by jeweler William M Goodrich. Goodrich sold the house to the British-born merchant Henry Hope...
Southern Food & Beverage Museum
You don't have to be a gourmet or mixologist to enjoy this made-from-scratch museum, which celebrates Southern cooking and cocktails...
Grace King House
Behind a handsome wrought-iron fence, this papaya-hued house was named for the Louisiana historian and author who lived here from 1905...
Krewe du Brew
We like the Mardi Gras–themed name as well as the saucy chalkboard sign that sits on the sidewalk outside this indie coffee shop. It's a...
Vegetarians and vegans can now nosh with abandon in New Orleans, just like their more carnivorous friends. This spare and boxy addition...
1513 St Charles Ave · interesting places nearby
One of those places you’ll find yourself returning to again and again if you're staying in the Lower Garden District for more than a few days. Highlights? Nice staff, happy-hour specials (2pm to 6pm) and damn good pizza. Toppings for the thin crust pies can be as artisanal or run-of-the-mill as you like. Slices start at at $3. Also serves po'boys, pastas and salads.