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Bar Marilou

A craft cocktail bar, in partnership with Parisian culinary group Quixotic Projects, is accessible through a guest-only entrance from Maison de la Luz. Offering balanced and lively spirits, a small plate menu inspired by French, New Orleans and West Indies-inspired flavors, the bar is housed in City Hall’s historic library, awash with curated curiosities, oil paintings, classic books and warm furnishings.

Reservations are required for all and hotel guest reservations will be prioritized.


Dining

CBD/Warehouse District

Josephine Estelle | 600 Carondelet Street

Priority reservations are held for guests seeking inspired Italian fare at Southern osteria Josephine Estelle, by James Beard Award-Nominated Chefs Michael Hudman and Andy Ticer.

Seaworthy | 630 Carondelet Street

Priority reservations are available for Maison de la Luz guests at Seaworthy, a celebration of wild-caught and sustainably harvested sea fare and both classic and proprietary cocktails.

Alto | 600 Carondelet Street

Priority reservations are available for Maison de la Luz guests at Seaworthy, a celebration of wild-caught and sustainably harvested sea fare and both classic and proprietary cocktails.

Herbsaint | 701 St. Charles Avenue

The flagship French-inspired eatery from Louisiana chef Donald Link offers an upscale yet intimate atmosphere and dishes reflective of the restaurant’s close ties to local farmers and fishermen.

Pêche | 800 Magazine Street

Applying live fire and a laser focus on sustainably-minded fishermen and farmers, Pêche delights with cleanly prepared small plates, premium oysters and rustic dishes done over an open hearth.

Restaurant August | 301 Tchoupitoulas Street

Precise platings of contemporary Creole cuisine drawn from Louisiana ingredients and classical training. Featuring ornate interiors and an elegant dining experience from appetizer to after-dinner drinks.

Meril | 424 Girod Street

Beloved chef Emeril Lagasse’s fourth restaurant in town captures our imagination with a bold menu covering wide swaths, from esquites-inspired corn to Korean short ribs,  casual ambiance and local craft beer curation.

Maypop | 611 O’Keefe Avenue

Maypop’s menu of top-notch Southeast Asian fusion offers creative twists with touches of Italian and Creole cuisines, tremendous cocktails and an affable team.

Bearcat | 845 Carondelet Street

Fresh, hearty fare, micro-sourced coffees and a healthy sense of fun set apart this beloved breakfast and brunch spot.


Marigny/Bywater

Paladar | 511 Marigny Street

There’s a plate for every palate at this warm, lively Italian restaurant firing homemade pizza and pasta with a menu decked out in seasonal, local produce.

N7 | 1117 Montegut Street

Beautifully curated French food with Japanese inflection from a menu that rotates daily, N7 delivers what feels like a secretive slice of Paris.

Bywater American Bistro | 2900 Chartres Street

James Beard Award-winning chef Nina Compton explores ingredient-driven cooking full of care on a tight menu at her follow-up to the renowned Compère Lapin.

Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits | 600 Poland Avenue

Jazz venue, biodynamic wine shop and small-plates restaurant all rolled into a fabulous one, complete with the city’s liveliest backyard parties.

Saint-Germain | 3054 St. Claude Avenue

The congenial Saint-Germain offers is bistro-esque in ambiance, offering 10-course tasting menus by reservation only in order to hone their complicated cooking techniques.

Mosquito Supper Club | 3824 Dryades Street

Cajun cuisine is spotlighted at this charming restaurant celebrating those, from the shrimpers to the crabbers, behind bayou dishes through a communal multi-course tasting menu that is subject to the seasons.

French Quarter

Sylvain | 625 Chartres Street

Bearing the name of the first opera set in New Orleans — a riotous one at that — Sylvain translates the city’s legendary energy into dishes infused with iconic Southern touches accompanied by tremendous mixed drinks.

Cane & Table | 1113 Decatur Street

Featuring a rum-rinsed cocktail list, Cane & Table’s delightfully patina-ed interior is matched in transformative power by the bar’s superbly balanced, Caribbean-leaning drinks and plates.

Bayona | 430 Dauphine Street

Found in a lovely cottage with a lush courtyard, Bayona’s chef Susan Spicer cooks creative global cuisine from an ever-growing selection of local produce.

Brennan’s | 417 Royal Street

This award-winning local landmark is renowned for offerings rooted in Creole traditions seamlessly blended with modern New Orleans influence. As well as its legendary brunch world-famous bananas Foster, flambéed tableside.

Irish Channel / Uptown

Birdy’s | 1320 Magazine Street

Familiar breakfast fare matches more decadent offerings like stacked toasts, a fully loaded brunch board and bottomless mimosas at this spot for breakfast, brunch and lunch featuring a lush outdoor courtyard.

Lilette | 3637 Magazine Street

Two-decades deep, Lilette still does light-hearted romance divinely, serving sophisticated French fare, seasonal ingredients and a well-done wine list.

Shaya | 4213 Magazine Street

James Beard Award-winning eatery offering a menu underscored by bright, beautiful seasonally responsible foods found at the intersection of Israeli stalwarts and Southern flair.

Saba | 5757 Magazine Street

With a name meaning “grandfather” in Hebrew, Saba rightly focuses on deeply flavored Middle Eastern family-style fare with meats, seafood and produce sourced from purveyors around the city.

Saffron | 4128 Magazine Street

Saffron showcases modern Indian cuisine forged from the personal history of the family behind the ground-breaking restaurant. Housed in a stunning space with a refined, yet very fun, cocktail list.

La Petite Grocery | 4238 Magazine Street

A charming spot for Crescent City fare delivered with a creative spin, pristine cocktails and a robust wine menu inhabiting the bones of a quaint former grocery.

Coquette | 2800 Magazine Street

Celebrated neighborhood restaurant dishing up a concise menu of contemporary Southern cuisine alongside craft cocktails across two floors.

Gautreau’s | 1728 Soniat Street

Steeped in Southern romance, Gautreau’s serves elegant contemporary French fare in an intimate setting.

Brigtsen’s | 723  Dante Street

Friendly service and top-tier food at this Creole bistro run by acclaimed chef Frank Brigtsen — who some say serves the best pecan pie the city has to offer.

Clancy’s | 6100 Annunciation Street

Handwritten cursive menus, tuxedoed waiters and decadent fine dining marked by New Orleans tradition make Clancy’s a singular stop for lunch or dinner.

Atchafalaya | 901 Louisiana Street

Atchafalya is a comfortable local establishment never content to rest upon its laurels, instead continually driven by innovative dishes with traces of tradition, thoughtful cocktails and a popular Bloody Mary brunch bar.

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Coffee

Mammoth Espresso | 821 Baronne Street

Compelling roasts, expert pulls, top-tier tea and in-house pastries from veteran barista Jonathan Riethmaier.

Revelator Coffee Company | 637 Tchoupitoulas  Street

With a handful of shops throughout the South, Revelator is led by two Compère Lapin alums committed to seasonally sourcing green coffee from farmers they trust.

Mojo Coffee House | 1500 Magazine Street and 4700 Freret Street

An early adopter of hand-crafted pour-overs, Mojo Coffee House remains devoted to coffee excellence at their three community-focused shops.

Mr. Wolf Espresso | 900 Camp Street

Thoughtfully prepared tea, espresso and coffee in a welcoming, well-designed space featuring a wealth of books and art located within the Contemporary Arts Center. 


Drinks

Pluck Wine Bar | 722 Girod Street

A relatively new addition to the city’s wine haunts, Pluck delivers familiar wines and regions along with bottlings from up-and-comers in a casually cool setting.

Effervescence | 1036 N. Rampart Street

Delightfully devoted to sparkling wines including coveted champagnes, Effervescence also offers posh plates intended to pair and a signature cocktail menu.

Copper Vine | 1001 Poydras Street

Lofty, sun-lit space with 30 wines on tap, carefully curated flights, classic and signature cocktails and fabulous menus for brunch, lunch and dinner enjoyable plus a patio to boot.

Cure | 4905 Freret Street

James Beard Award-winning Cure keeps among the city’s highest echelon of cocktail experiences since opening on Freret St. in 2009 with their innovative riffs and classic concotions.

Jewel of the South | 1026 St. Louis Street

Perfection packed into a darling cottage and courtyard setting, Jewel of the South crowns the city’s cocktail scene with expert yet approachable drinks, a caviar menu and luxurious large plates.

Bouligny Tavern | 3641 Magazine Street

Full of cozy retro cool, this chic gastropub and cocktail lounge serves small plates, cocktails and an eclectic wine selection amidst spinning vinyl.

Bijou | 1014 N Rampart Street

Bijou delivers a bright, window-rich neighborhood restaurant and bar serving craft cocktails, wine and contemporary cuisine the world over, spanning smash burgers to Gulf oyster gratin.


Arts & Culture

Three Keys | 600 Carondelet Street

Guests are offered priority reservations at Three Keys, an intimate music venue and bar dedicated to the magic that happens in New Orleans with live shows, performances and their annual Six of Saturns, a two week celebration during Jazz Festival.

Ogden Museum of Southern Art | 925 Camp Street

Bijou delivers a bright, window-rich neighborhood restaurant and bar serving craft cocktails, wine and contemporary cuisine the world over, spanning smash burgers to Gulf oyster gratin.

Contemporary Arts Center | 900 Camp Street

A world-class arts complex committed to multidisciplinary modernity, with exhibitions spanning visual arts, performance and more mediums from local and international artists.

New Orleans Museum of Art | 1 Collins Diboll Circle

The city’s oldest fine arts institution, NOMA has held court since 1911 with a sprawling permanent collection and 11-acre sculpture garden containing more than 90 contemporary works.

The National World War II Museum | 945 Magazine Street

The city’s oldest fine arts institution, NOMA has held court since 1911 with a sprawling permanent collection and 11-acre sculpture garden containing more than 90 contemporary works.

Gallery Row on Julia Street | 300 – 700 Julia Street

More than a dozen fine art galleries line the sides of Julia Street, once an early industrial area, along “Gallery Row.” Every first Saturday, the galleries open their doors to the public to premiere their latest.

Orpheum Theater | 129 Roosevelt Way

Once an ornate vaudeville showplace upon its opening in 1921, the Orpheum Theater has undergone renovations along the way to continually ensure an opulent ambiance and exceptional sound for galas, concerts, plays and the like.

Civic Theater | 510 O’Keefe Avenue

Home to a century of burlesque, musicals, disco and vaudeville, the Civic underwent a recent transformation to preserve the building’s character and implement state-of-the-art systems to support shows of all sorts.

Fillmore Theater | 6 Canal Street

Launching the careers of psychedelic ’60s and ’70s stars like The Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and The Doors, the Fillmore continues to bring great talents to town.

Saenger Theatre | 1111 Canal Street

Full of luxury and grandeur from bygone eras, the Saenger is as nostalgic as it is historic, hosting movie screenings to Broadway shows.

Preservation Hall | 726 Saint Peter Street

This historic French Quarter music venue works to protect traditional New Orleans jazz in perpetuity, with joy-filled shows held multiple times a night.

Historic New Orleans Collection | 4557 N Rampart Street

Steward of the Gulf South’s history and operator of three campuses in the French Quarter, the Historic New Orleans Collection puts the region’s multicultural history on display.

Free People of Color Museum | 2338 Esplanade Avenue

Three centuries of New Orleans history are seen through the oft hidden history of free people of color, shared in this historic house museum.

Studio BE | 2941 Royal Street

Studio BE, housed in a sprawling Bywater warehouse, shares the first solo show of local artist Brandan “BMike” Odums, whose mixed media pieces and towering murals powerfully depict Black New Orleans, showcasing revolutionaries and everyday residents.


Shopping

Friend | 600 Carondelet Street

A thoughtfully curated boutique offering menswear and accessories from covetable indie labels.

Re Fresh | 223 N Peters Street

Incredible selection of stylish sneakers and streetwear essentials for all, from well-known designers including Marni and Pyer Moss, set in a loft-like space.

Canal Place | 333 Canal Street

A one-stop world-class luxury shopping destination found in the French Quarter, with retailers from Saks Fifth Avenue to Louis Vuitton to Tiffany & Co.

Iron Shop Provisions | 703 Carondelet Street

Offering custom wardrobe fittings and an enviable selection of selvedge denim, Iron Shop curates men’s apparel, footwear, eyewear and more, with a blacksmith shop in the back.

Century Girl Vintage | 2023 Magazine Street

A mix of elegant and rare vintage alongside hand-selected designer apparel and jewelry, all featuring exquisite fabric selection and impeccable quality.

Pippen Lane | 2930 Magazine Street

A whimsical, European-esque emporium of high-end children’s wares including furniture, clothes, toys and more.

Pilot & Powell | 3901 Magazine Street

Lofty, sun-lit high-end shop carrying an expert curation of feminine clothes, bags and more from classic designers and contemporary collections.

Harper + Jones | 3932 Magazine Street

Masterful tailoring and custom suits, sports coast and formalwear created in a beautifully designed studio.

Joseph | 5500 Magazine Street

Heaven to high-end fashion fans, this boutique is focused on top-tier  women’s shoes, handbags, jewelry, cosmetics and apparel, while providing an intimate shopping experience.

UAL | 218 Chartres Street | 3306 Magazine Street

United Apparel Liquidators offers gems of deeply discounted designer apparel and accessories for those who relish a once-in-a-lifetime find.

Saint Claude Social Club | 1933 Sophie B Wright Place

Described as a “women’s parlor,” Saint Claude hosts trunk shows, art exhibits and more while retailing goods brimming with avant garde glamour.

SOSUSU Boutique | 3427 Magazine Street

Susu Stall hand-selects each article offered at her hometown women’s boutique SOSUSU. Skewing fresh, feminine and always avant-garde, many of the overseas labels offered are exclusive to the shop.


Health & Wellness

Spyre Center | 1772 Prytania Street

Stunning state-of-the-art healing facilities offering every treatment under the sun, from hot and cold hydrotherapy to float tanks and more, alongside yoga, meditation and a wellness cafe.

Barre3 | 611 O’Keefe Street

Where athleticism and grace intersect, Barre3 classes employ strength, cardio and mindfulness for an empowering sweat session.

Yes Yoga | 8338 Oak Street

This teacher-owned, community-oriented yoga studio offers a vast array of classes, including hot yoga, within a beautifully zen space.

Iron Tribe Fitness | 733 St. Joseph Street

Where athleticism and grace intersect, Barre3 classes employ strength, cardio and mindfulness for an empowering sweat session.

Free To Be Yoga | 735 Magazine Street

A welcoming and community-focused yoga studio offering classes geared to every experience level for full-body restoration.

Magnolia Yoga Studio | 301 Basin Street #2

The first Black-owned yoga studio in the state, downtown’s Magnolia Yoga Studio specializes in the practice of heated vinyasa geared towards beginners and full-fledged yogis alike.


Parks & Public Spaces

Audubon Park | 6500 Magazine Street

Perfect for picnics or sunny day strolls, Audubon Park is a century-old urban oasis with ancient oaks, a 1.8-mile jogging path, tennis courts and playgrounds across approximately 350 acres.

City Park | 1 Palm Drive

Preserving 1,300 acres of natural habitats and biodiversity, City Park is an icon offering something for everyone, from the botanical garden and Cafe du Monde beignets to New Orleans’ best birding spot.

Crescent Park | 2300 N Peters Street

Tucked along the river, this compact 20-acre urban park is ideal for bike rides and walking furry friends along the water-adjacent path.

Woldenberg Park | 1 Canal Street

Tucked along the river, this compact 20-acre urban park is ideal for bike rides and walking furry friends along the water-adjacent path.

Jackson Square | 701 Decatur Street

A site central to the story of the city, Jackson Square is surrounded by historic structures and features an open-air local artists market.


Beauty & Spa

Blanc Beauty Bar | 1000 Girod Street #6B and 4526 Magazine Street

Self-care, but at what cost? There is no tradeoff at Blanc Beauty Bar, the salon that bottles sophistication — and organic minerals — to soak your mind, body and soul in.

Paris Parker Spa and Salon | 633 Carondelet Street, 4900 Prytania Street and 5434 Magazine Street

Transformational beauty experiences that uncover true feelings of self-harmony and equilibrium in every customer. This Aveda salon, provides top-of-the-line haircuts, highlights, color and spa treatments.

Celestial Skin Studios | 1772 Prytania Street Suite 203

Holistic healing for the masses. Jessica Wieser’s state-of-the-art studio combines plant-powered products and cutting-edge facial massage techniques to deliver personalized skin solutions.

Blo Blow Dry Bar | 5530 Magazine Street

The locally owned, community-combed Dry Bar franchise blowing minds for over 20 years with the best blow outs in town.

Petal Salon | 1340 Magazine Street

Petal Salon’s tasteful aesthetics are upending industry standards as Amanda Lee leans into the power of luxury service, good vibes and expert beauty services.