Frenchmen Street

New Orleans is out of this world.

It reminds me of New York – there is always so much to do, to explore, to enjoy.

Last week we explored the French Quarter.

This week let’s go beyond that.

Frenchmen Street

Time to listen to some great music, visit great jazz bars, bars with great people. It’s all there for you – jazz, blues, rock, reggae and street music. Hop from one place to another and get ready for a music-filled stroll in this fabulous neighborhood.

City Park

City Park, beautifully-landscaped, 1,300-acre green space filled with moss-drenched oaks, peaceful walking paths, and native birds.

The Garden District

To get there ride the nearly 200-year-old St Charles Streetcar from the French Quarter for a thoroughly vintage experience.

This district – a step back into the history steeped Deep South – a grand neighborhood, grand mansions, historic cemeteries, filled shops and cafes, await you.

Commander Palace

The Garden District is home to one of the most historic and fabulous restaurants in America – Commander’s Palace.

The Palace opened 1893 and known for its award-winning food – especially the Haute Creole dishes.