Frenchmen Street, New Orleans
Categories: Flea Markets, Neighborhoods, Shopping, Tourist Spots
The center of New Orleans' live music scene, Frenchmen Street boasts a high concentration of nightclubs, most of which offer free admission to their nightly concerts. Still relatively unexplored by casual tourists, the street's clubs and bars stay open into the wee hours of the morning, with a varied music menu that includes jazz, blues, and reggae. The area is home to numerous restaurants, and caters to late-night diners. As you wander down the street, notice the typical New Orleans architecture of single-story Creole cottages and gable-roofed Creole townhouses. This entertainment district is easily accessible from almost anywhere in town, with taxis on constant patrol all through the night, every day of the week. Plan your Frenchmen Street visit and explore what else you can see and do in New Orleans using our New Orleans tourist route planner.
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This was my second visit to Frenchmen street. It's like the grown and sexy version of Bourbon. The music and the crowd and much more laid back and chill. We went to the Art Garden and saw lots of awes... read more »
It was smaller than I thought. We wandered around and went in to several locations. Food was OK. $5 margaritas were watered down but full price drinks were OK. Music styles varied but good.
Went to Frenchmen Street 3x (1x day, 2x evening). Not the horrendous crowds of French Qtr but very entertaining. Several large art yard sales and we hit BMC club, which had no cover/drink charge and b... read more »
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