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...
Royal St · interesting places nearby
Royal Street information
Royal St, with its rows of high-end antiques shops, block after block of galleries and potted ferns hanging from cast-iron balconies, is the elegant yin to Bourbon St’s Sodom-and-Gomorrah yang. Stroll or bicycle past its patina beauty and fading grace; chat with locals as they lounge on their porches; and get a sense of the fun – with a dash of elegance – that was once the soul of the Vieux Carré. From 11am to 4pm most of the street turns into a pedestrian-only mall, making strolling a breeze.