Best French Bakery in Paradis

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Best French Bakery in Paradis

Café Du Monde Riverwalk
Café Du Monde Riverwalk
4.3 (1698 ratings)
1986 spin-off of the historic 1862 French Quarter original known for cafe au lait & beignets.
500 Port of New Orleans Pl #27, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Coffee shopCoffee store
Mentioned by Coffee Affection
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"No coffee shop list can be without Café du Monde, which was established in 1892. With multiple locations and packed tables, tourists and locals alike flock to Café du Monde to try the New Orleans-style coffees and beignets. Although it does have a crowded and touristy feeling, it’s worth the wait."
Mentioned by Southern Trippers
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"Cafe Du Monde is one of the best restaurants in New Orleans and it is also one of the most well known. People from all over come to New Orleans and make sure that they stop by New Orleans “original coffee stand.”. Cafe Du Monde is famous for their beignets and that is clearly their focus."
Mentioned by hoodline.com
5 top spots for desserts in New Orleans
"Located at 800 Decatur St., French Market in the French Quarter, the spot to score coffee and tea and doughnuts is the most popular dessert spot in New Orleans, boasting four stars out of 14,555 reviews on Yelp."
Parkway Bakery & Tavern
Parkway Bakery & Tavern
4.7 (3562 ratings)
Longtime (since 1911) neighborhood hangout with a patio known for classic-style po' boys.
538 Hagan Ave, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA
BakeryBarRestaurantSandwich shop
Mentioned by Time Out New Orleans
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"This family-owned, casual neighborhood joint is a top choice for classic, overstuffed po-boys. It has grown in popularity but the friendly staff still takes care of the locals, welcoming tourists like they’re family as well. Shrimps are fried to perfection, roast beef is sufficiently messy and the Barq's (and beer) is served icy cold."
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"This Bayou St. John po' boy staple is a favorite among locals and tourists in the know. The fried shrimp is a classic, but it's the Thanksgiving po' boy that has locals lining up around the block on Wednesdays in November. Bonus: An excellent Reuben and gumbo."
Willa Jean
Willa Jean
4.5 (2652 ratings)
Retro-chic café operation offering Southern menus, baked goods, coffee, tea & cocktails.
611 O'Keefe Ave, New Orleans, LA 70113, USA
Southern restaurant (US)BakeryBreakfast restaurantCoffee shopRestaurant
Mentioned by VacationIdea
24 Best Breakfast & Weekend Brunch Restaurants in New Orleans
"Managed by the renowned Besh Restaurant Group and helmed by James Beard-nominated pastry chef Kelly Fields, Willa Jean is a modern bakery and kitchen crafting Southern comfort food in an urban-chic environment. The stylish restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with freshly baked pastries and sweet treats, which are perfectly paired with signature Willa Jean blend Intelligentsia Coffee and specialty coffee drinks. Tuck into creative breakfast and brunch dishes of crawfish and grits with poached eggs and cheddar biscuits, biscuits with gravy, fried eggs, and pimiento cheese, and griddled banana bread."
Mentioned by GoNOLA.com
Where to Find the Best Holiday Desserts and Treats in New Orleans
"If you’re in the South Market District then look no further than Willa Jean for your holiday grab and go’s. Assorted pastries and holiday pies like chocolate bourbon pecan plus a menu of savory items round out this year’s offerings. Take the baking stress away and order online today."
Mentioned by hoodline.com
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"Central Business District's Willa Jean, located at 611 O'Keefe Ave., is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the bakery, breakfast and brunch and Southern spot 4.5 stars out of 1,353 reviews."
Cafe Amelie
Cafe Amelie
4.5 (1143 ratings)
Romantic spot for elegant contemporary Louisiana fare, plus a lush courtyard with a fountain.
912 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
CafeRestaurant
Mentioned by The Venue Report
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"This French Quarter restaurant has been around for ages and it’s the gorgeous courtyard and good food that keep people coming back. If you’re after a drink and a good meal in a classic Nola setting, Café Amelie is your jam."
Breads On Oak
Breads On Oak
4.6 (43 ratings)
222 Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Vegan restaurantBakeryCafe
Gambino's Bakery
Gambino's Bakery
4.4 (692 ratings)
Upscale bakery making desserts such as custom wedding cakes, petit fours & brownies since 1949.
4821 Veterans Memorial Blvd, Metairie, LA 70006, USA
BakeryCafeGourmet grocery store
Mentioned by Eater New Orleans
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"Famous for its doberge cakes since 1949, Gambino’s Bakery ships cakes (and king cakes during Carnival season) all over the map. Order a half and half (lemon and chocolate) or opt for a chocolate peanut butter cake, or maybe a coconut cream. The designer cakes are swank."
La Boulangerie
La Boulangerie
4.6 (1062 ratings)
French bakery with decadent pastries, breads, king cakes & sandwiches in a simple storefront space.
4600 Magazine St #1518, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA
BakeryLunch restaurant
Mentioned by 2foodtrippers
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"You may not have heard of La Boulangerie even though the Uptown cafe has been open since 2000. You also may be unfamiliar with the Link Restaurant Group that started managing La Boulangerie in 2015. However, you probably know some of the management group’s restaurants like Cochon, Herbsaint and Peche."
Mentioned by 10Best
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"La Boulangerie is hybrid bakery/cafe located on Magazine Street in New Orleans. The kitchen specializes in traditional French pastries and breads that are on display at the counter. For breakfast, coffee and a chocolate filled croissant can make a great start to a day in the Garden District."
BEARCAT CBD
BEARCAT CBD
4.8 (194 ratings)
845 Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
RestaurantBarBreakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCoffee shopGluten-free restaurantLunch restaurantNew American restaurantVegan restaurantVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by Thrillist
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"Uptown/CBDBoth locations of this breakfast/lunch/coffee shop/restaurant divide their menus into “Good Cat” and “Bad Cat.” Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free items are on the “Good Cat” menu, but definitely keep reading down the page for impossibly delicious vegan queso and Buffalo cauliflower in the small plates menu. Breakfast is served all day and if you’re in the mood for a classic lunch, try the vegan grilled cheese with gazpacho."
Mentioned by Gulf Coast Blenders
Craving pancakes?
"Bearcat Cafe is a full service cafe located in Uptown New Orleans. They put a strong emphasis on “inclusion,” which particularly extends to their menu. On this menu you can find a pancake perfect for anyone… such as Gluten free, Vegan and Paleo friendly pancakes!"
Gattuso's Neighborhood Restaurant, Bar & Catering
Gattuso's Neighborhood Restaurant, Bar & Catering
4.4 (812 ratings)
Low-key bar & grill offering comfort fare with a Southern twist, plus live events & outside seating.
435 Huey P Long Ave, Gretna, LA 70053, USA
Bar & grillCaterer
Mentioned by whereyat.com
Outdoor Oases: Great Spots for Alfresco Dining in New Orleans
"Take a break from the fast-moving party life of downtown and stop by Gattuso’s Neighborhood Restaurant for some neighborhood eating. This spot is a locally-owned bar and restaurant located in the beautiful Gretna Historical District. If the outdoor setting wasn’t enough, enjoy their daily Happy Hour as well as various events such as live music and trivia nights."
Ruth's Chris Steak House
Ruth's Chris Steak House
4.5 (1316 ratings)
Outpost of upmarket steakhouse chain known for sizzling, butter-topped beef in an elegant setting
525 Fulton St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Steak houseAmerican restaurantCatererFine dining restaurantRestaurantSeafood restaurant
Mentioned by OpenTable
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"Ruth's Chris Steakhouse in New Orleans is a classic and consistent staple, serving the finest USDA Prime beef steaks, fresh seafood, signature side dishes, and homemade desserts."

Best Rated Movie Theaters in Paradis

Saenger Theatre
Saenger Theatre
4.8 (2578 ratings)4.5 (351 ratings)
Landmark theater showcasing a wide range of live musical acts, plus touring theatrical productions.
1111 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Performing arts theaterConcerts & ShowsDrama theaterLive music venueTheaters
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
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"Established in the French Quarter as an “atmospheric” movie theatre in 1927, the Saenger Theatre fell on hard times by the 1960s and was renovated as a performing arts venue in the late-1970s. Katrina hit the Saenger Theatre hard, but fortunately the building was in the middle of restoration so many of its fittings had been removed as the waterline was above stage level. This brought on another phase of restoration that continued right up until Jerry Seinfeld took the stage for three nights in September 2013."
Mentioned by Busy Tourist
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"New Orleans is a tough city that has been through a lot – and Saenger Theatre is no stranger to those hardships. Originally built in 1927 as an “atmospheric” movie theatre, it has gone through plenty of restorations and hard times before it was finally brought back to life. Although the Saenger has cut its capacity from its original 4,000 seats to 2,600, the theatre is still a must-see locale while in New Orleans."
Mentioned by UpgradedPoints.com
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"With decorative moldings and ornate archways, the interior of the Saenger Theatre replicates that of a grand Italian courtyard, complete with a starry sky ceiling. Having been devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the theatre underwent a huge restoration project and reopened in 2013 to offer a bustling schedule of live music, lectures, comedy, and more."
Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts
Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts
4.4 (624 ratings)3.5 (52 ratings)
2,100-seat theater hosting touring Broadway acts as well as opera, orchestra & ballet performances.
1419 Basin St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Performing arts theaterConcerts & ShowsTheaters
Mentioned by the Guardian
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"Named for the beloved New Orleanean gospel singer, the jewel of Armstrong Park was decimated in Katrina and subsequently refurbished into a state-of-the-art facility. The inaugural performance of Giuseppe Verdi's Messa di Requiem established a roster a of stellar lineups, ranging from Broadway shows and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra to the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and the New Orleans Ballet Association. Catch programmes such as Shostakovich, La Bohème and comedian Aziz Ansari this spring."
Mentioned by Yurview
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"The Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts is a theater located in Louis Armstrong Park and named after gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, who was born in New Orleans. It originally opened in 1973 as the New Orleans Theater of the Performing Arts and then was renamed after Jackson in 1993. The theater was badly damaged during Hurricane Katrina but reopened in January 2009."
Orpheum Theater
Orpheum Theater
4.7 (682 ratings)4.5 (24 ratings)
This spacious circa-1918 theater showcases films & concerts in an ornate interior.
129 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Live music venueConcerts & ShowsConcert hallEvent venuePerforming arts theaterTheaters
Mentioned by Yurview
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"The Orpheum is an immaculately renovated historic theater with just over 1,400 seats to accommodate concerts, films, and private events. Originally built in 1918, the performance art theatre recently celebrated “100 Years on Stage” (1921-2021)."

Best Nightlife in Paradis

Pepp's Pub
Pepp's Pub
4.7 (137 ratings)
706 Franklin Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
Bar
Booty's Street Food
Booty's Street Food
3.7 (23 ratings)
Small plates of global street food, craft cocktails & coffee in a hip gastropub lit by Edison bulbs.
800 Louisa St, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA
GastropubBarBreakfast restaurantCafeCocktail barCoffee shopEuropean restaurantRestaurantSpanish restaurantTapas restaurant
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"Tucked into the Bywater neighbourhood of New Orleans, Booty’s Street Food is owned by a travel journalist and serves street food from around the world. The brunch menu changes seasonally, but features traditional breakfast items ranging from Belgian waffles to Japanese ramen. In addition to the constantly-changing menu, Booty’s also has rotating art exhibitions in the restaurant bathrooms."
Mentioned by Fodor’s Travel
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"Booty’s, brainchild of owners Kevin Farrell and Nick Vivion, made its debut in the burgeoning Bywater neighborhood in 2012, serving craft cocktails...Read More"
Criollo Restaurant
Criollo Restaurant
4.5 (375 ratings)
Refined Creole bistro in the Hotel Monteleone with a seasonal menu & a revolving carousel bar.
214 Royal St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Creole restaurantAmerican restaurantBarRestaurantSouthern restaurant (US)

Best Arts and Culture Places in Paradis

New Orleans Museum of Art
New Orleans Museum of Art
4.7 (2904 ratings)4.5 (951 ratings)
More than 40,000 pieces by global artists of various historical periods in a grand marble building.
1 Collins Diboll Cir, New Orleans, LA 70124, USA
Art museumMuseumsArt gallerySpecialty Museums
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
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"Get your dose of nature at one of New Orleans’ two large parks.City Park is larger than Central Park in New York and is home to the New Orleans Museum of Art, as well as several gardens.Audubon Parkboasts the Audubon Zoo and is easily accessible by street car. Either way, both are excellent options for a relaxing afternoon."
Mentioned by New Orleans 3 days itinerary
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"Located in the center of City Park is NOMA, New Orleans Museum of Art which the building itself is beautiful holding a permanent fine art collection of over 40,000 pieces. We will be checking this out on our next trip as well!"
Mentioned by Fodor's Choice
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"Gracing the main entrance to City Park since 1911, this traditional fine-arts museum draws from classic Greek architecture, with several…"
Palace Market Frenchmen
Palace Market Frenchmen
4.7 (353 ratings)4.5 (169 ratings)
619 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
Art galleryShoppingNight marketFlea & Street Markets
Mentioned by 10Best
places to shop vintage, antiques, art and more in New Orleans
"A beacon of locally made art and jewelry on Frenchmen Street since 2013, this evening market is open nightly from 7 pm to midnight or 1, depending on crowds. Right next door to the Spotted Cat and in the heart of the Frenchmen Street nuttiness, this brightly lit marketplace boasts a revolving roster of serious artists creating everything from sculptures made from flatware to Impressionist style streetcar scenes and inventive offbeat t-shirt designs. This is where locals in the know buy their gifts and art for the wall and wearing."
Mentioned by Bienville House Hotel
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"Explore locally made jewelry, crafts, gifts and artwork under a twinkling canopy of lights as you walk hand-in-hand with your honey at the Frenchmen Art Market. Located at 619 Frenchmen Street, this charming outdoor craft fair opens only at night and is nestled between some of the most popular nightclubs in the area. After you’re done shopping, pop over to The Spotted Cat Music Club for live jazz music in an intimate setting."
Mentioned by lyft.com
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"Featuring handmade goods and artwork made entirely by local artists. Browse art, find gifts and meet local artisans. Take a break from the clubs to hangout in one of the outdoor living rooms and take in the ambience of the market and the fun of Frenchmen Street!"
Ariodante Contemporary Crafts
Ariodante Contemporary Crafts
4.9 (17 ratings)
Exhibition space & shop featuring a diverse range of artworks, made locally & constantly changing.
535 Julia St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Art gallery
Mentioned by Culture Trip
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"If you walk for about 20 minutes from the edge of the famous French Quarter, you’ll come to Julia Street – a road where artists have displayed artwork for decades. Here, you’ll find the Ariodante Gallery, a small space brimming with character among its suave neighbors. It’s the perfect spot to pick up jewelry, glassworks, ceramics and fine art by local and regional artists."
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