Things to do
Places to eat
St. Charles Streetcar
For $1.25 ($.40 for seniors), the St. Charles streetcar line is a relaxing way to travel downtown to the French Quarter, or uptown to the university area.
The Fresh Market
European style food market with fresh produce, butcher counter, deli, floral, organics, coffee...
Historic Magazine Street spans 6 miles. Dozens of the cities best restaurants, bars, shops and haunts lie within blocks of our units.
Hop-On Hop-Off Tours
"Hop on" literally one block away to experience a guided 1 hour and 30 minute loop tour of three centuries of history and culture.
The National WWII Museum
Exhibits that cover the epic & global scale of the war that changed the world.
Enjoy a short cruise on the Mighty Mississippi. Jazz Brunch and dinner cruises are available as well.
Audubon Nature Institute
Visit the Zoo, Aquarium, Museums and Parks (10 in total) in the city.
Blue Bikes Nola
Bicycle rentals $0.15/minute
Located within a block from our Gems. Racks located on St. Charles and Louisiana.
New Orleans is often called the Northern most Carribbean City. Our penchant for premium tobacco is a direct reflection of this.
Listen to WWOZ
90.7 FM The greatest radio station in the nation. Home of Festing in Place, and the premier listener supported radio station in the world.
You're guaranteed to see some gators! Also take advantage of the beautiful scenery and nature along the bayou. *Groupon discounts
You've heard of Bourbon Street, but are you familiar with Frenchman Street? Authentic all night local music at a variety of clubs line the street. Ground zero for Halloween revelry.
Café Du Monde
You haven't "made" it to the French Quarter if haven't eaten here. You'll walk away covered in powedered sugar, and full of smiles if you enjoy people watching. 24/7
See the world champion Saints, the Pelicans, the Jesters and the Gold.
Inland Charter Fishing
A 90 minute drive will reward you with fishing (and hopefully catching) some redfish and speckled trout. Tell Captain Rob that Chef Brandon sent you!
The French Quarter
The city's historic heart. Home to Bourbon Street, jazz clubs, bars and entertainment. Always open.
St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is home to the Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, Homer Plessy, and even the future home of Nicolas Cage. *Groupon discounts