Meyer the Hatter
Walk over a little ways from Bourbon St and sober up; this is where you go to engage in the more acceptable vacation behavior of...
New Orleans Cotton Exchange
Some would say New Orleans was built on cotton. In the mid-19th century, when one-third of all cotton produced in the USA was routed...
United Fruit Company
A cornucopia of tropical produce graces the entrance to this building. The United Fruit Company, infamous for controversial neocolonial...
Off the lobby of the fashionable International House Hotel, Loa is a great place to grab a daytime drink or nighttime gander. Everyone...
This outpost of the Brennan family, one of the great houses of New Orleans cooking, straddles the undefined space that marks entry into...
Lonely Planet review
New Orleans is a hat town, and hats are a good thing. A brim shades the forehead, covers up the sweaty mess the weather turns your hair into and makes you look bad ass. Meyer has a truly astounding inventory of world-class headwear, and it’s serious about its goods: clerks shoo away interlopers who come looking for the wrong type of hat at the wrong time of year.