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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Park
“A lovely park. You may book a horseback riding at Cascade Stables for a relaxing ride through the park. ”
  • 326 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Very popular restaurant on historic Oak Street. People love it! While you are on Oak Street check out the Maple Leaf Bar too.”
  • 198 locals recommend
Park
“The Audubon Zoo is in Audubon Park, as well as golf courses, and walking trails. Beautiful Park that stretches from St. Charles Avenue to Magazine Street.”
  • 152 locals recommend
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Bar
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“Go on Tuesday night to hear Rebirth Brass Band. If Chef Scott happens to be outside with his food truck, get the Origino Ghetto Burger! ”
  • 187 locals recommend
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant
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“From their website: "Camellia Grill is an absolute must for anyone visiting New Orleans. The diner-style eatery opened in 1946 and is an old-fashioned, landmark restaurant in the city. The counter seating, happy servers, and vintage uniforms inspire a retro feeling among guests who dine on quality, southern diner food. Camellia Grill is famous for its chocolate pecan pie, double-scoop freezes, and enormous breakfast omelets (served all day and night). The grill is opened late night so be sure to stop in any time for a genuine New Orleans good time!" Also a most excellent observatory of the drunk and hungry at the end of their prowl. ”
  • 89 locals recommend
Cinema
“Small theatre, 1 screen. Great when it rains. Special classic features and shows during the day. ”
  • 78 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Located in a cozy Uptown neighborhood, Clancy’s is a great local hangout. It serves some of the best Creole seafood and is reasonably priced.”
  • 70 locals recommend
Bar
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“Laid-back sports bar with 17 TVs & more than 400 beers, plus raw oysters & pub grub from the grill.”
  • 60 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Creative wonderful dishes. Please note new address: 1506 S. Carrollton Ave. ”
  • 57 locals recommend
Middle Eastern Restaurant
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“Really good middle eastern cuisine. Fun to sit outdoors to dine and watch the passersby.”
  • 54 locals recommend
Dive Bar
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“After the likes of Anthony Bourdain, Thrillist named it one of the best dives in America, the lore can overtake the reality. "is it really true that you drink free if you're naked?"”
  • 47 locals recommend
University
“Longtime private research school known for its science & medical programs plus its urban setting.”
  • 33 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
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“This family poboy shop has been open for over 70 years. It is a staple that draws crowds during peak hours. But don’t be deterred by the line: it moves quick and the poboy is worth it! Favorites: Fried Oyster Poboy, Fried Shrimp Poboy, Roast Beef Poboy ”
  • 47 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Rue de la Course has been in multiple locations on Magazine street and in the French Quarter. I've been a fan of their brews and spaces for decades. Their pastries are always fresh, like fluffy croissants. Their ice coffee is priceless on hot days.”
  • 33 locals recommend
Park
“Want to see the ships on the Mississippi? Head here with a daiquiri from the whole on the corner or Carrollton Ave and St Charles and watch all the boats head down the Mississippi River. I’d suggest this in the morning or evening during the summer as it’s super hot out there”
  • 66 locals recommend
Bakery
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“BRUNCH -Breads on Oak raises the bar on bread, pastry and breakfast sammies for Uptowners on historic Oak Street. Open Wednesday through Sunday and serving breakfast and lunch, this artisinal bakery specializes in Old World style breads studded with fruits and nuts, seeds and multi grains. Extremely vegan and vegetarian friendly, you can order a mean locally sprouted tofu scramble on pumpkin cheddar biscuit and all kinds of veggies between two hearty pieces of the break of your choice. Frittatas are offered most weekends along with all kinds of gooey pastry. Gluten free options”
  • 28 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Cajun / Creole Restaurant
“Very popular restaurant on historic Oak Street. People love it! While you are on Oak Street check out the Maple Leaf Bar too.”
  • 198 locals recommend
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant
“From their website: "Camellia Grill is an absolute must for anyone visiting New Orleans. The diner-style eatery opened in 1946 and is an old-fashioned, landmark restaurant in the city. The counter seating, happy servers, and vintage uniforms inspire a retro feeling among guests who dine on quality, southern diner food. Camellia Grill is famous for its chocolate pecan pie, double-scoop freezes, and enormous breakfast omelets (served all day and night). The grill is opened late night so be sure to stop in any time for a genuine New Orleans good time!" Also a most excellent observatory of the drunk and hungry at the end of their prowl. ”
  • 89 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
“Located in a cozy Uptown neighborhood, Clancy’s is a great local hangout. It serves some of the best Creole seafood and is reasonably priced.”
  • 70 locals recommend
Bar
“Laid-back sports bar with 17 TVs & more than 400 beers, plus raw oysters & pub grub from the grill.”
  • 60 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Creative wonderful dishes. Please note new address: 1506 S. Carrollton Ave. ”
  • 57 locals recommend
Middle Eastern Restaurant
“Really good middle eastern cuisine. Fun to sit outdoors to dine and watch the passersby.”
  • 54 locals recommend
Sandwich Place
“This family poboy shop has been open for over 70 years. It is a staple that draws crowds during peak hours. But don’t be deterred by the line: it moves quick and the poboy is worth it! Favorites: Fried Oyster Poboy, Fried Shrimp Poboy, Roast Beef Poboy ”
  • 47 locals recommend
Bakery
“BRUNCH -Breads on Oak raises the bar on bread, pastry and breakfast sammies for Uptowners on historic Oak Street. Open Wednesday through Sunday and serving breakfast and lunch, this artisinal bakery specializes in Old World style breads studded with fruits and nuts, seeds and multi grains. Extremely vegan and vegetarian friendly, you can order a mean locally sprouted tofu scramble on pumpkin cheddar biscuit and all kinds of veggies between two hearty pieces of the break of your choice. Frittatas are offered most weekends along with all kinds of gooey pastry. Gluten free options”
  • 28 locals recommend

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