What are you trying to do and for how many days?
4 nights. We have been before and did the whole French quarter thing (which I enjoy) but just wanna relax, eat, see some things and see the city a little different
My choice would be the Marigny, for it's close proximity to the French Quarter.
Marigny! With Who Dat/Café Nero's, The Franklin, Cake Café, Mimi's, Paladar 511...yummmm.Edited: 16 February 2018, 22:48
I have stayed in the Quarter many times and while I love it there, like you, want to explore different areas. Last March we stayed in the CBD, which I also enjoyed, but found the Lookout Inn in the Bywater when I was researching the area and that's where we are staying this March. Looks like there are awesome neighborhood bars (Bar Redux, Vaughn's, Marky's) and fantastic places to eat (Bacchanal, the Joint, Elizabeth's) all within walking distance. We are going for 4 nights too and CAN NOT WAIT! Every time I research, I find another area I want to stay in. You've gotten some great suggestions so let us know where you decide on. Happy planning! :)
The Bywater is really low key yet still convenient. Franklin to Poland and Chartres to St. Claude (maybe Rampart because St. Claude might be a little noisy. Check out Vaughn’s, The Joint, Parleaux Beer Lab, Bachanal, BJs Lounge and Bar Redux. Oh and Pizza Delicious, Brats Y’all.... it’s pretty happening for a sleepy neighborhood!
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