Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

New Orleans

13 Monaghan’s
Good late-night food, suitable for veggies too.
A Mano
Back to basics Italian, formal but friendly.
Ace Hotel New Orleans
A sleek hotel that marries great style and local influences to great effect, Ace Hotel New Orleans offers guests everything from a rooftop pool to original art, high-end amenities, and more.
Acme Oyster House
Well-loved oyster house with a DIY touch.
Aidan Gill
Once in a lifetime haircut experience.
Ampersand
Trendy two-story club in an aged bank building.
Audubon Insectarium
Get up close and personal to as many insects as you choose.
Audubon Park
Public park with jog and bike tracks.
Avenue Pub
Simple pub grub and great American craft beers.
Bacchanal
A barbeque with a difference.
Bar Tonique
Boasting home-made ingredients, Bar Tonique is one of the up-and-coming cocktail bars in New Orleans.
Bar UnCommon
Classic cocktails and high design.
Barcelona Tapas Cafe
Service with a (Spanish) smile.
Bayona
A culinary adventure, perfect for foodies.
Besh Steak House
A flashy but functional treat for meat-lovers.
Bistro Daisy
French meals to remember.
Blue Nile
Live music and lively dancing.
Boucherie
What started out as a roving Purple Truck serving Southern food turned into one of the hippest new restaurants in New Orleans.
Bouligny Tavern
Creative snacks to accompany slightly more predictable drinks.
Bourbon Pub and Parade Disco
Only gay nightclub in New Orleans open 24/7.
Bridge Lounge
Unpretentious and fun, with a brilliant mojito.
Brigtsen’s
Creole and Cajun cuisine, served in a cosy Victorian cottage.
Bulldog
An impressive beer list - and a handy seafood shop just across the road.
Cafe Adelaide
Creole cuisine in an amiable atmosphere.
Café Atchafalaya
Hip bar, with a back room for families wanting to enjoy the food.
café b
Rib-sticking comfort food made with carefully selected produce...
Cafe du Monde
A quirky choice for those with a sweet tooth.
Cafe Lafitte in Exile
Oldest continuosly operating gay bar in America.
Capdeville
British gastropub with a twist.
Cat’s Meow
Serious karaoke with serious cheese.
Checkpoint Charlie’s
Bustling rock venue, with most shows free.
Circle Bar
Circle Bar is a dive bar on Lee Circle in New Orleans’ Warehouse District, offering cheap drinks and great local music with little or no cover charge.
City Park
A large park full of art and activity.
Clever
Unique wine bar, with music at weekends.
Clover Grill
1930s style diner, perfect for a late bite to eat.
Cochon
Old-fashioned food in a fashionable environment.
Cochon Butcher
Cochon Butcher is an artisanal butcher, sandwich shop and wine bar that cures its own meats and serves superlative meats alongside a curated drinks list.
Columns Hotel Bar
Cosy bar, perfect for beer or brunch.
Coquette
Crescent City Farmers Market
Vendors of fresh produce, as well as sweeter treats.

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