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Sense of Place: New Orleans - Other Places

Places of Interest

  • Angelo Brocato Ice Cream
    Site: angelobrocatoicecream.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=72|text=214 North Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119}
    Description: As rich in history as it is in flavor, Angelo Brocato's Italian Ice Cream Parlor has become a popular New Orleans tradition. Ice cream and desserts. Long standing favorites and an increasing line of pastries and coffees entice natives and visitors with equal zest.
    Recommended By: Davis Rogan
    Media: Photo
  • Euclid Records
    Site: euclidrecords.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=99|text=3401 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70117}
    Description: Great record store. Nice selection of used vinyl. Most LPs are in very good to mint condition. The employees are knowledgable.
    Recommended By: Ani DiFranco
    Media: Video
  • F&F Botanicals-Candles Shop
    Site: orleanscandleco.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=102|text=801 North Broad Street New Orleans, LA 12345}
    Description: F & F Botanica Spiritual Supply is located on 801 North Broad St. in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans.
    Recommended By: Dr. John
    Media: Video
  • Holt Cemetery
    Site: nolacemeteries.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=100|text=635 City Park Ave. New Orleans, LA 70119}
    Description: An under-ground cemetery-- possibly the only one in New Orleans. The people buried here are poor, but the graves are very personal and the site is very peaceful. Orbs are very common and the feeling that someone is touching you or tugging on your clothes is constantly felt.
    Recommended By: Dr. John
    Media: Video
  • Jackson Square
    Site: jackson-square.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=110|text=542 Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA}
    Description: Historic Jackson Square, originally known in the 18th century as "Place d'Armes," and later renamed in honor of the Battle of New Orleans hero Andrew Jackson, is a timeless attraction in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans.
    Recommended By: General
    Media: Video
  • Lake Pontchartrain
    Site: pontchartrain.net
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=86|text=Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans, LA}
    Description: Hanging out along the river and by Lake Pontchartrain.
    Recommended By: John Boutte
    Media: Photo
  • Louis Armstrong Park
    Site: lonelyplanet.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=106|text=Congo Square, New Orleans, LA 70116}
    Description: Read more: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/neworleans/N25399.html#ixzz1wwBcuqim
    Recommended By: General
    Media: Video
  • Preservation Hall
    Site: preservationhall.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=109|text=726 Saint Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70195}
    Description: Located in the French Quarter, just three blocks from the Mississippi River. On any given night, the hall is filled to capacity with people eager to hear New Orleans jazz played by veteran musicians in their 70's and 80's and younger musicians learning and embracing music that is both sweet and very beautiful.
    Recommended By: General
    Media: Video
  • Saint Claude Ave
    Site: myneworleans.com/st-claude
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=89|text=Saint Claude Ave., New Orleans 70117}
    Description: The next up and coming music hot spot. The doors are open, the noisy crowds are flowing from one gallery to the next and local and international visitors are enjoying the dozen or so new contemporary art exhibitions opening tonight. You might assume it's another night on Julia Street or maybe Magazine. But be surprised. This vibrant scene is taking place in the Upper 9th Ward on St. Claude Avenue in the Bywater, and it's not just this night. It is 'Second Saturday of the Month' and it happens 12 months of the year.
    Recommended By: Davis Rogan, Ani DiFranco
    Media: Photo
  • Voo Doo Spiritual Temple
    Site: voodoospiritualtemple.org
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=103|text=828 North Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70116}
    Description: Established in 1990 by Priestess Miriam. Only voodoo spiritual temple in the South. Featured on TV and in movies nationally and internationally. The teachings touch the souls of all.
    Recommended By: Dr. John
    Media: Video
  • Zulu Shop
    Site: kreweofzulu.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=101|text=722 North Broad Street New Orleans, PA 70119}
    Description: Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club. The Zulu organization is proud of its standing in the local community, but also takes pride in its national and international standing. The Zulu organization has been the subject of numerous television documentaries and newsprint and magazine articles. King Zulu 1949, Louis Armstrong, graced the pages of Time Magazine that year. Essence devoted a full half-hour segment of their weekly television series to Zulu's impact on Carnival. Hordes of feature stories and photo essays have been done by international publication.
    Recommended By: Dr. John
    Media: Video
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Bars

  • Apple Barrel Bar
    Site: neworleansonline.com/apple-barrel
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=73|text=609 Frenchmen Street, New Orleans LA 70116}
    Description: Very fine jazz, blues and folk with a restaurant upstairs.
    Recommended By: Ani DiFranco
    Media: Photo
  • Candlelight Lounge
    Site: yelp.com/candlelight-lng
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=78|text=925 North Robertson Street, New Orleans, LA 70116}
    Description: Treme brass band rockin the house.
    Recommended By: John Boutte
    Media: Photo
  • Columns Hotel/Bar
    Site: thecolumns.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=113|text=3811 Saint Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70115}
    Description: The Columns Hotel, New Orleans' favorite historic hotel, quaint bar setting in a historic plantation-style home in the Garden District
    Recommended By: David Dye
    Media: Video
  • D.B.A.
    Site: dbabars.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=81|text=618 Frenchmen Street, New Orleans, LA 70116}
    Description: Excellent beer selection.
    Recommended By: John Boutte, Ani DiFranco
    Media: Photo
  • Kajun's Pub
    Site: kajunpub.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=85|text=2256 St. Claude Ave., New Orleans, LA }
    Description: A unique neighborhood bar in the heart of the Marigny. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When your done with the lights and shine of Bourbon street, come see what New Orleans is really about.
    Recommended By: Davis Rogan
    Media: Photo
  • Maple Leaf Bar
    Site: mapleleafbar.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=105|text=8316 Oak Street New Orleans, LA 70118}
    Description: The Maple Leaf is on Oak Street in the Carrollton neighborhood of Uptown New Orleans. Opened on Feb 24th 1974, it is one of the longest continuing operation of New Orleans' music clubs with live performances seven nights a week.
    Recommended By: Troy
    Media: Video
  • Saturn Bar
    Site: lonelyplanet.com/saturn-bar
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=90|text=3067 Saint Claude Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70117}
    Description: Located in the Bywater, among the hipster set's most beloved dives. Live bands a couple of times a week. The neighborhood demands that caution be exercised -- get someone to walk you to and from your car, especially if you are a woman alone.
    Recommended By: Ani DiFranco
    Media: Photo
  • the AllWayus Lounge and Theatre
    Site: theallwayslounge.com
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=93|text=2240 Saint Claude Avenue New Orleans, LA 70117 }
    Description: Gambit selected the young AllWays Lounge as one of the "Top 50 Bars of New Orleans." Also on the list of "6 Bars for Gays & Lesbians"...the only bar included on both lists.
    Recommended By: Davis Rogan, Ani DiFranco
    Media: Photo
  • Vaughan's Lounge
    Site: frommers.com/vaughans
    Map: {phocamaps view=link|id=104|text=800 Lesseps St New Orleans, LA 70117}
    Description: Deep in the Bywater section of New Orleans, Vaughan's Lounge is way down-home -- as in, it's a rambling, shambling dive in a residential neighborhood. A requisite New Orleans scene.
    Recommended By: Troy, Ani DiFranco
    Media: Video
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