A funky coffee shop in the heart of mid-city, The Bean Gallery is a fantastic place to begin your morning with their signature frozen coffee or have a light lunch while reading a book from their collection.
With its culture, food, and music, it’s no surprise New Orleans has been named America's most European city. Read on for a local's guide to New Orleans!
Scriptura - I’m a sucker for average school supplies, so you can only imagine how excited I become in Scriptura! Absolutely beautiful stationery (many New Orleans themed!), notepads, journals, and other fun office-related items. Located on the bustling Magazine St, I can never resist stopping in or at least lingering over their beautiful window displays
Milton H Latter Memorial Library - Once a private mansion now converted for public use, the Milton H. Latter Memorial Library is one of my favorite homes on St. Charles and the only one I can enter freely! Elegant reading rooms and beautiful architecture make this one of my favorite spots in the city!
Getting around New Orleans by streetcar is a great way to see the city. There are three different lines: St. Charles, Canal Street, and the Riverfront, each of which originates downtown but takes you different parts of the city.
The one overwhelming advice I got pre-trip to New Orleans was to get beignets from Cafe du Monde.At first, I didn't even know what a beignet was.
How to Spend a Weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana | The French Quarter | Jackson Square | Cafe Du Monde | New Orleans Graveyards | Mardi Gras World | Itinerary for your first time in New Orleans | NOLA | Walking Tours | Voodoo in the Bayou | Quick Trip | Beignets | It Started Outdoors