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French Quarter Guide Your Local Guide to Services • Products • Entertainment • Events March 9 - April 10, 2013

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Your Guide To The French Quarter The French Quarter - or Vieux Carre’ - or the Quarter to the locals, is New Orleans’ most famous and oldest neighborhood. With it’s very unique architecture of historic buildings, row houses, cottages, art galleries, shops, restaurants and museums that are adorned with cast iron balconies, stoops, porches, walled courtyards, shuttered doors and windows and iron gates, decorated with hanging plants and foliage and decorations of the Quarter, they are some of the most photographed streets in the world. You’re best to spend your time in the Quarter on foot so you can leisurely enjoy and savor the sights and sounds of this area so rich and famous for it’s history, culture, music, cuisine, shopping and romance. With so much history, entertainment and culture, there’s an exciting experience around every corner. Make sure to check out the carriageway entrances or courtyards accompanying many restaurants, cafes, galleries, shops and clubs where you may find gardens and fountains you can relax in. Shopping - The French Quarter’s Shopping experience features Art Galleries (many manned with the artists), unique and eclectic Shops and Boutiques that include Antiques, Jewelry, Hats, Clothing, Trinkets, Spices and Candy and much much more. From Royal, Chartres, and Decatur Streets, The French Market, Jax Brewery, to Canal Place including the side streets throughout, you can find shopping around every corner. Including those featured on pages: 3, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 Dining - Known for it’s cajun, seafood, creole and favorites such as jambalaya, seafood gumbo, red beans and rice and crawfish, the Quarter is a diverse culinary experience from casual dining, cafe’s and bars to the many world-class fine dining restaurants. Including those featured on pages 5, 10, 18, 19, 22, 26, 27, 32 Entertainment - Enjoy the sights and sounds of local musicians throughout the streets, Clubs or Jackson Square day and night. The energy of the live bands, artists and DJ’s, whether it be local blues, jazz, R&B, Cajun, Zydeco or other music simply piped in, with such a diverse venue you can enjoy it all. Including those featured on pages 5, 13, 18, 26, 27, 28 Salons/Spas/Hotel/Services - Whether you need a trip to the Salon or Spa for you or your pet, a room for your next trip, groceries, housing or just need something different, the Quarter has all it. Including those featured on pages 9, 10, 12, 14, 19, 25, 26, 27, 29 Map of the Quarter - Pages 16-17 - your helpful aide to help guide you through the Quarter.

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French Quarter Guide Your Local Guide to Services • Products • Entertainment • Events

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Attractions & Things To Do In The French Quarter 1 - The French Market - French Market Place - 250+ year old market with fresh produce, handicrafts and flea market type booths. 2 - Royal Street - Stroll and take in the entertainment local musicians, performing artists, the art galleries, upscale antique stores, landmark hotels and interesting specialty shops. 3 - Jackson Square - Enjoy the sights and sounds of local musicians, street corner painters, mimes and much more. 4 - St Louis Cathedral - Take a self-guided tour of the oldest catholic church in the United States in Jackson Square. 5 - Bourbon Street - 8 blocks of people watching day and night, bars, shops and many fine restaurants. 6 - Shops at Jax Brewery - 600 Decatur St. - 110 year old old brewery for a taste of New Orleans history and shopping. 7 - Riverwalk Marketplace - 500 Port of New Orleans Place - with views of the Mississippi, visit the retail shops and restaurants. 8 - Canal Place - 333 Canal Street - Many fine shops to browse. 9 - Jean Lafitte National Historic Park & Preserve - 419 Decatur St - Free ranger-led riverfront tour daily leaving at 9:30am from the Jean Lafitte French Quarter Visitor Center location. 10 - The 1850 House - 523 Saint Ann St - Tues through Sun 10 am 4:30 pm. The 1850 House is an antebellum row house furnished to represent life in mid-nineteenth-century New Orleans. 11 - Old US Mint - 400 Esplanade Ave - Tues through Sun 10 am - 4:30 pm. Built in 1835 during the presidency of Andrew Jackson, who had advocated for its establishment in order to help finance development of the nation's western frontier. 12 - New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park - 916 N Peters Street - Regular jazz performances, lectures, films, and visual displays. It is also the starting point for jazz walking tours. Page 6

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March & April 2013 Events Around New Orleans, LA view all events at: www.nolalifestyles.com/new-orleans-la-events

March 13, 20, 27, 5PM - 8PM = Wednesday At The Square: YLC Wednesday at the Square is a free, 12-week spring concert series with food and drink for sale to benefit the Young Leadership Council.YLC Wednesday at the Square is located at Lafayette Square on St. Charles Avenue in the CBD across from Gallier Hall. www.wednesdayatthesquare.com Friday, March 15, 6PM = Molly's at the Market Irish parade: In the French Quarter, riders in carriages and marching groups. Begins and ends at 1107 Decatur St. www.stpatricksdayneworleans.com Sunday, March 17, 6PM = Downtown Irish Club Parade: The annual downtown St. Patrick's Day parade begins on the corner of Burgundy and Piety in the Bywater, proceeds roughly up Royal, across Esplanade to Decatur, up Bienville to Bourbon.The parade makes several "pit stops" on its way to Bourbon St. www.stpatricksdayneworleans.com/downtown-irish-club-parade.html March 20 - 24 = Tennessee Williams New Orleans Literary Festival: The Festival’s mission is threefold: to serve the community through educational, theatrical, literary, and musical programs; to nurture, support, and showcase regional, national, and international writers, actors, musicians, and other artists; and to honor the creative genius of Tennessee Williams, who considered this city his spiritual home. www.tennesseewilliams.net March 22 - 24 = New Orleans Foodfest Festival: Foodfest is a weekend-long celebration of America's hometown eats - the unforgettable, informal fare found in village cafes and city neighborhoods, shoreline seafood shacks, barbecue parlors, chicken dinner halls, pie palaces, and food trucks. www.neworleansroadfoodfestival.com March 29 - April 7 = NOLA Pyrate Week: NOLA Pyrate Week – 10 days of swashbuckling, art, music, food, events and general camaraderie among the Pyrates of New Orleans – past & present – and their mates from around the globe! http://nolapyrateweek.com

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Fun & Interesting Facts

Information about NOLA & Louisiana

Antoine’s, established in 1840, is the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Louisiana. The invention of dental floss as we know it goes to a New Orleans dentist, who in 1815 began advising his patients to use a thin silk thread to clean between their teeth. New Orleans is the No. 1 port in trade with Latin America. Also, much of the world's food, coffee and oil pass through the Port of New Orleans. Metairie is home to the longest bridge over water in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain causeway. The causeway is 24 miles long. New Orleans was given to the Spanish in 1763 following the Seven Years War. In 1788, a major fire destroyed 80% of the city's buildings. The Spanish rebuilt many of the damaged buildings, which are still standing today. For this reason, the French Quarter display more Spanish than French influence. The now-famous Hurricane drink was created at Pat O’Brien’s Bar in the 1940s. New Orleans was one of the five major ports of arrival for immigrants in the 19th and 20th centuries. For most of the period of 1837 to 1860, New Orleans attracted more immigrants than any other city in the country besides New York.

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Royal Street, New Orleans Royal Street (Spanish: Calle Real; French: Rue Royale) is a street in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is one of the oldest streets in the city, dating from the French Colonial era, and is most well known for the antique shops, art galleries, and stately hotels that line its sides as it runs through New Orleans' French Quarter and tourist district. Royal Street is the best known street in the French Quarter besides Bourbon Street. The street starts at Canal Street (above Canal Street the equivalent street becomes Uptown New Orleans' St. Charles Avenue). It runs down through the French Quarter, Faubourg Marigny, Bywater, and Lower 9th Ward neighborhoods to the Jackson Barracks at the border of St. Bernard Parish. The Industrial Canal forms a gap in the street between the Bywater and Lower 9th Ward neighborhoods. The most famous section of Royal Street is the portion in the upper French Quarter, known for its scores of opulent antique shops and art galleries. Despite its orderly nature, it is located only one block south of the party atmosphere of Bourbon Street. The prices at its art shops and antique stores tend to be very high; indeed, it has been listed as one of the most expensive places to shop in the world. The finer antique shops display not simply items that are old, but such rare items as pieces of fine art furniture owned by royalty of past centuries. Although such pieces are out of the budget of all but a few visitors, window shopping along Royal Street is a popular pastime for visitors, especially art lovers, even if they are not buying. The portion of Royal Street between St Louis and St Ann streets is closed to traffic every afternoon to create a pedestrian mall. During this time, numerous street performers set up in the street. Though the quality of performers ranges widely, some of the best up and coming jazz bands in New Orleans can be seen here regularly. Royal Street also includes restaurants, ranging from the upscale Brennan's through midrange and budget options, as well as luxury hotels such as the Omni Royal Orleans and the Hotel Monteleone. Below Jackson Square, Royal becomes more of a mix of residential and neighborhood businesses. Despite catastrophic damage in most of the city caused by the failure of the Federal levee system during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Royal Street was spared by the great flood other than the section in the Lower 9th Ward, as it is in the naturally higher ground near the Mississippi River levee. Flooding was only minor and restricted to the street while most sidewalks and stores remained free of floodwaters. Source: Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Street

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Neighborhood Notes

Whats Going On In The French Quarter

AFA of New Orleans, is new to The Quarter. Come and visit the brand new gallery's collection at 809 Royal Street.

Queork has opened a unique boutique. A must see cork line, come on over and browse handbags and accessories at 607 Dumaine Street.

French Quarter Realty has opened a new French Quarter Branch. Open 7 days a week, stop and see Mary Ann or Tom at 713 Royal Street.

Restrung, recycled guitar string jewelry, is now open at 538 Saint Phillip Street. Stop by and check it out inside newly opened Kluster Funk.

Welcome to a new gallery in The Quarter, A Shot Of Bourbon. Come and view their various works at 717 Toulouse Street.

Little Vic's Gelateria is now open at 719 Toulouse Street. Stop by and try a variety of their delicious treats.

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801 Royal - NOLA Food & Spirits 801 Royal Street 504-581-0801 www.801royal.com www.facebook.com/801Royal American Bicycle Rentals & Free Wheelin’ Bike Tours 325 Burgundy Street New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 324-8257 & (866) 293-4037 Aunt Tiki’s Bar A 24/7 Dive... 1207 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 680-8454 Cameron Jones 1305 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 524-3119 One Of A Kind Gifts

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Gallery Burguieres 736 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70116 http://www.galleryburguieres.com Open 7 Days a week: 10am-7pm Head Quarters Hair Salon GAA Hair Salon of the Year 2012 900 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 522-2666 La Red Rooster Hats 207 Daupine Street New Orleans, LA 70112 Quality Men and Southern Style Ladies Hats.

Craig Tracy's Painted Alive 827 Royal Street New Orleans LA 70116 (504) 592-9886 www.craigtracy.com info@craigtracy.com

Magnolia Grill A True American Diner 1122 Decatur Street (504) 566-6003 www.MagnoliaGrillofNola.com

Esoterica Occult Goods 541 Rue Dumaine New Orleans, LA (504) 581-7711

NOLA POBOYS Where the locals eat real poboys! We Deliver! 908 Bourbon Street (504) 522-2639

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Spice & Tea Exchange 521 St. Louis Ave, Unit 1 New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 598-5689 www.spiceandtea.com French Quarter Wedding Chapel 333 Rue Burgundy New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 598-6808 www.frenchquarterwedding.com

Salon D’Malta Experience the Difference! 1233 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 565-5555

Greg Creason Studios 532 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 304-4392 http://www.creasonsfineart.com

Skully’z Records 907 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA (504) 592-4666 skullyzrecordz@gmail.com

RideTHISbike.com Bicycle Rentals, Sales, Tours Open daily 10-5, Closed Tues 231 Dauphine Street (504) 324-2492

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Sing Sing Club 418 Bourbon

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