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Leitarniðurstöður fyrir „Uptown, New Orleans, LA“

Top recommendations from locals

“A lovely park. You may book a horseback riding at Cascade Stables for a relaxing ride through the park. ”
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“Very popular restaurant on historic Oak Street. People love it! While you are on Oak Street check out the Maple Leaf Bar too.”
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“The Audubon Zoo is in Audubon Park, as well as golf courses, and walking trails. Beautiful Park that stretches from St. Charles Avenue to Magazine Street.”
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“This is a historic part of the New Orleans Music scene. Many acts are featured and can go on the early morning hours.”
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“Magazine Street has the best feeling ever! Walking down the street offers everything from artists, food, and boutique shopping!”
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“Go on Tuesday night to hear Rebirth Brass Band. If Chef Scott happens to be outside with his food truck, get the Origino Ghetto Burger! ”
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“OK, I mentioned our neighborhood fabulous Piccola Gelateria, but Angelo Broccato's Gelateria and Pasticceria makes my mouth water at the mere thought. (Go to both and let me know which you prefer!) Authentic Sicilian gelato and Italian desserts. Previously located in the French Quarter, but now on Carrollton Avenue (not too far with wheels or about a block and a half from the Canal Street streetcar route.) ”
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“Everywhere needs a good Irish bar, and this is it. If you are wanting to watch a sports match with a drunk crowd, this is certainly your spot. A locals’ favorite. ”
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“Excellent, daily walkable happy hour with .50 raw oysters, 1/2 price drinks and live music!”
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Veitingastaður með suðurríkjamat
“From their website: "Camellia Grill is an absolute must for anyone visiting New Orleans. The diner-style eatery opened in 1946 and is an old-fashioned, landmark restaurant in the city. The counter seating, happy servers, and vintage uniforms inspire a retro feeling among guests who dine on quality, southern diner food. Camellia Grill is famous for its chocolate pecan pie, double-scoop freezes, and enormous breakfast omelets (served all day and night). The grill is opened late night so be sure to stop in any time for a genuine New Orleans good time!" Also a most excellent observatory of the drunk and hungry at the end of their prowl. ”
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“This is my favorite spot for spaghetti & (huge) meatballs, but they're also well known for New Orleans style food, particularly fried options.”
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“Really cute restaurant with unlimited pita bread freshly baked from the oven in the back. Must visit! Vegan friendly.”
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“Cocktails? Don’t call the guys and gals working there bartenders; call them mixologists. Its probably a more accurate description, anyways. Tell them your mood and your palate, and they will whip you up a special cocktail. In the evenings, sometimes they can require long pants...lame. ”
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Mexíkóskur veitingastaður
“Billed as a "Creole Taqueria," this local spot has delicious tacos, huge burritos, and awesome margaritas!”
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“Awesome pastries, breads and sandwiches. Chocolate croissant is to die for...”
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“The restaurant was formerly a neighborhood grocery store that was beautifully converted into one of the best French restaurants in the city. The head chef, Chef Deviller, was recently on Top Chef, and the food in the restaurant is as good as you would guess. Favorites: Blue Crab Beignets; Pan Roasted Beef Tenderloin ”
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