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French Quarter - New Orleans, LA


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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, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 22, 25, 26, 27, 30 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, 8, 12, 13, 14, 19, 21, 22, 26, 27, 29, 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 8, 13, 22, 27, 29, 31 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 5, 9, 10, 13, 19, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29 Map of the Quarter - Pages 16-17 - your helpful aide to help guide you through the Quarter.

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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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Oct & Nov 2012 Events Around New Orleans, LA October 11 - 18 = New Orleans Film Festival: The New Orleans Film Festival continues its tradition as a top-notch regional film event, presenting an eclectic program of films, panels, and parties each fall. October 12 -14 = Louisiana Seafood Festival: Featuring music, food, chef's cooking demonstrations, crafts and more. Friday 12p-10p, Sat 11a-10p, Sun 11a-7p.Woldenberg Riverfront Park New Orleans, LA. October 12 - 14 = Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival: The seventh annual Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival, presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, in New Orleans' Lafayette Square Park. October 12-13, 19-20, 26-27 = Oktoberfest: The festival will last for three weekends in October. The 12-13, the 19-20, and the 26-27. Located in a spacious area of Rivertown in Kenner. Join us for great German music, food and beer! October 26 - 28 = VOODOO Music Experience: Voodoo began in 1999 as a new breed of music festival featuring multiple music genres on two stages. Since then, the single day event has grown to a three day musical adventure with 7 stages and a legendary list of alumni. October 25 - 28, 31 Halloween in New Orleans: The mission of the Hosts of Halloween is to provide funding for Project Lazarus, a home in New Orleans for men and women with AIDS, so that they may provide healthcare and support services for their residents. November 3 - December 9 (6 weekends) = Renaissance Festival: Learn about history, everyday life and the social structure of the European Renaissance. See demonstrations of how products were created, including swords, glassware, metalwork and much more.

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Located in the historic French Quarter, the Chateau Hotel is a beautifully restored 18th century mansion with an abundance of old world charm. The architectural elegance of the Chateau is characteristic of the city’s culture, blended with an intimate ambiance, sophisticated service, and plentiful luxuries.

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Fun & Interesting Facts

Information about NOLA & Louisiana

Canal Street, once the widest street in the world, was named for a canal that was planned for, but never built, on the street's dividing median. For decades, the median's only use was public transportation, mostly by the Canal Street streetcars. The first New Orleans "skyscraper" was built in 1807. It was the first four-story building in the city, and is still in use, standing on the corner of Royal Street and St. Peter Street in the French Quarter. The monument to General Andrew Jackson at Jackson Square was the world's first equestrian statue in which the horse had more than one foot off the base. The Ursuline Convent (Chartres and Ursulines), the oldest brick-and-post building of the French Colonial style in America, also housed the nation's first girls' school.

In 1872, the official colors of Mardi Gras were chosen based on an honored visitor to New Orleans: Russian Grand Duke Alexis Romanoff. The purple stands for justice, the green for faith, and the gold for power. The total mileage of canals both above and below ground in New Orleans exceeds that of Venice in Italy.

New Orleans is home to two of the largest private universities in the United States- Tulane University and Loyola University New Orleans. Public universities like the University of New Orleans are also within the city.

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The Poboy Sandwich A po' boy (also po-boy, po boy, or poor boy) is a traditional submarine sandwich from Louisiana. It almost always consists of meat, usually roast beef, or fried seafood. The meat is served on baguette-like New Orleans French bread, known for its crisp crust and fluffy center. A key ingredient that differentiates po' boys from other submarine sandwiches is the bread. Typically, the French bread comes in two-foot-long "sticks". Standard sandwich sizes might be a half po' boy, about six inches long (called a "Shorty") and a full po' boy, at about a foot long. The traditional versions are served hot and include fried shrimp, and oysters. Soft shell crab, catfish, crawfish, Louisiana hot sausage, fried chicken breast, roast beef, and French fries are other common variations. The last two are served with gravy. A "dressed" po' boy has lettuce, tomato, pickles, and mayonnaise; onions are optional. Non-seafood po' boys will also usually have mustard; the customer is expected to specify "hot" or "regular"—the former being a coarse-grained Creole mustard and the latter being American yellow mustard. The New Orleans roast beef po' boy is generally served hot with gravy and resembles a Chicago Italian beef sandwich in appearance and method of preparation, although the size, bread, and toppings differ. To make it, a cut of beef (usually chuck or shoulder) is typically simmered in beef stock with seasonings such as garlic, pepper, thyme, and bay for several hours. The beef can be processed into "debris" by cutting it to shreds when done (folklore says that a po' boy roast is done when it "falls apart with a hard stare") and simmering the shredded beef in the pot for a longer time to absorb more of the juice and seasoning. In the late 1800s fried oyster sandwiches on French loaves were known in New Orleans and San Francisco as "oyster loaves", a term still in use. The sandwich was alternately called a "peacemaker" or "La Mediatrice". There are countless stories as to the origin of the term po' boy. The more popular theory claims that "po' boy" was coined in a New Orleans restaurant owned by Benny and Clovis Martin (originally from Raceland, LA), former streetcar conductors. In 1929, during a fourmonth strike against the streetcar company, the Martin brothers served their former colleagues free sandwiches. The Martins' restaurant workers jokingly referred to the strikers as "poor boys", and soon the sandwiches themselves took on the name. In Louisiana dialect, this is naturally shortened to "po' boy." Source: Wikipedia:’_boy Photo Courtesy of: Nola Poboys, 908 Bourbon Street

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Believe It or Not! When it comes to creativity, New Orleans artist Craig Tracy, never disappoints. Painting directly onto the human body, Craig has brought the primitive art of bodypainting into the contemporary art realm. Two of Craig's most acknowledged images ("Butterfly" and "Immaculate") now grace the pages of the 2012 Ripley's Believe Or Not! Volume 8. Ripley's is known for finding the exceptional, so his inclusion in this year’s collectors edition is fitting as many of Craig's images are simply "unbelievable"!

"BUTTERFLY" is one of Craig Tracy’s greatest masterpieces. The image was also chosen by Ripley's as part of this years Believe It or Not! Collections, Volume 8.

Considered a cornerstone in Bodypaintings progressive movement, today Craig Tracy Bodypaints exclusively as well he owns and operates the very first art gallery in the world dedicated to fine art Bodypainted images. The gallery allows even the most seasoned art collectors and novices alike to see and experience first hand what Bodypainting is ultimately capable of expressing. With a passionate and pioneering spirit, Craig personally meets and educates hundreds of people each week in his signature gallery located at 827 Royal St. The Craig Tracy Gallery is filled with spectacular photographic, paper and canvas prints. As well, there are numerous videos of the process and books that focus on this art form. Please feel free to visit the gallery if you are ever in or near New Orleans. You will not regret the experience. Page 20

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437 Esplanade Ave New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 252-4800

Mojitos is a little piece of tropical paradise where the French Quarter meets the Marigny. We offer a friendly place to gather with friends and family for great Caribbean influenced, Creole-inspired food and an amazing selection of rums. Come on in and relax, enjoy a rum tasting, have some great food, or listen to some Jazz.

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Well Drinks, Draft Beer & Margaritas The incredible food is augmented by thoughtful facility design and décor with a fun and festive environment that is reminiscent of being in a private home in Mexico, featuring a relaxing, candle-lit courtyard. While appropriate for families, live entertainment on some evenings draws groups of friends to gather at Rita’s Tequila House after the traditional dinner hour to enjoy the food, drinks and great company. Voted the Best Margarita in the French Quarter, and is one of four Certified Tequila Houses in the United States.

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INN ON ST. PETER The Inn on St. Peter is the leisure traveler’s perfect retreat to the Crescent City. Carefully restored with traditional finishes, this New Orleans Inn marries the desires for modern convenience and comfort with an historic French Quarter setting.

The Inn on St. Peter was originally constructed in 1805. Gorgeous private courtyards are nestled throughout the property and provide an ambiance and charm that brings every guest back to the peaceful days of the 19th century.

INN ON SAINT PETER 1005 St. Peter | New Orleans, LA 70116 Phone: (800) 535-7815 | Fax: (504) 523-5198 Lifestyles & Living Guide

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Neighborhood Notes

Whats Going On In The French Quarter

“Wish Dogs” are popping up at shops all over town! These New Orleans originals are trendy clay creatures that grant wishes with a smokeblowing effect. Look for them at 736 Royal Street, or find them online at has moved it’s location to 231 Dauphine Street featuring Bicycle Rentals, Sales and Tours. Open daily 10AM - 5PM. Closed on Tuesday

The Green Eyed Gator has just opened at 901 Chartres Street. Bring in the coupon from their ad in this issue for a ‘free gift’ with purchase.

Skully’z Records, located at 907 Bourbon Street, is offering a 10% coupon off all used CDs, DVDs, and vinyls in this issue. Stop by and check it out!

801 Royal has opened a new restaurant with a full bar, located at 801 Royal Street. Check out the totally new renovated look and feel, Cajun/Creole menu and daily specials. In this issue, NOLA POBOYS, located at 908 Bourbon Street, is offering a coupon for free gumbo with purchase of a 12” poboy. Pay them a visit and cash in on this great offer!

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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

The Original French Market Restaurant & Bar 1001 Decatur Street (504) 525-7879 We accept Harrah’s Comps

Cameron Jones 1305 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 524-3119 One Of A Kind Gifts

Craig Tracy's Painted Alive 827 Royal Street New Orleans LA 70116 (504) 592-9886 Esoterica Occult Goods 541 Rue Dumaine New Orleans, LA (504) 581-7711

Gallery Burguieres 736 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70116 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. Magnolia Grill A True American Diner 1122 Decatur Street (504) 566-6003

French Quarter Wedding Chapel 333 Rue Burgundy New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 598-6808

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

Planet Beach Spa 301 Burgundy Street New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 525-8266 Bicycle Rentals, Sales, Tours Open daily 10-5, Closed Tues 231 Dauphine Street (504) 324-2492 Salon D’Malta Experience the Difference! 1233 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 565-5555 Skully’z Records 907 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA (504) 592-4666

Spice & Tea Exchange 521 St. Louis Ave, Unit 1 New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 598-5689

Studio 831 532 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 304-4392 Tequila Blues 1200 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 528-8466


Welcome to the Chateau Orleans French Quarter Resort. Located in New Orleans historic French Quarter, the Chateau Orleans is the perfect destination for travelers looking for relaxation and comfort, or travelers looking for adventure. Whatever you are looking for, the Chateau Orleans is the perfect hotel choice for your visit to the New Orleans French Quarter. 240 Rue Burgundy, New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 524-8412 • FAX (504) 592-9653 Lifestyles & Living Guide

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THE OLIVIER HOUSE HOTEL We offer off street parking, a swimming pool, free local and long distance phone calls, irons, ironing boards, and clock radios in all rooms, hair dryers, curling irons, and umbrellas are available upon request, 24 hour front desk and concierge services offering complete tour, ticket and reservation information, wake up calls, safety deposit box, customer fax service, laundry and dry cleaning send out service.

All suites include a kitchenette consisting of a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster. We do our best to accommodate any special requests that might make your stay here more enjoyable. Children are very welcome. We also have a few rooms that accept pets.

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- Free WIFI To Our Customers - Breakfast Served ALL DAY - We Also Deliver - Service Industry DISCOUNTS 91 French Market Place New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 596-2022

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3-in-1 Venue The Carriageway • Courtyard • Dance/Night Club 711 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 (504) 324-4669 Lifestyles & Living Guide

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808 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA (504) 569-0088 Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Violets is a unique shopping destination for the sophisticated woman. Page 30

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Sing Sing Club 418 Bourbon

Featuring Danny Hebert & Rock Solid

Live Music 7 Days a Week!

Tues-Sun: Doors Open At 6PM Mon: Doors Open At 8PM

(504) 529-2201 418 Bourbon St. New Orleans, LA 70130 Lifestyles & Living Guide

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Twelve years before Andrew Jackson won the Battle of New Orleans, The French Market Restaurant & Bar began serving outstanding seafood and ice-cold drinks to visitors and natives alike. Today the ambience remains the same. Join Chef David Picou in savoring our grand traditions!

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