Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

New Orleans

Loa
Cool hangout with a voodoo vibe.
Loews
For the fun-lover in you.
Loft 523
A sexy and sophisticated sanctuary.
Lola’s
A perfect place to make some new friends.
Louisiana Music Factory
Music worth listening to.
Lucy’s Retired Surfer Bar
Good for drinks, less so for food.
Luke
Brasserie-style fun food.
Lüke
The restaurant Lüke, from restaurateur and chef John Besh, is a brasserie with Franco-German style and Louisiana soul found in the New Orleans CBD.
M.S. Rau Antiques
A nearly century-old antique emporium.
Macabre Martinis & Spooky Speakeasies – Haunted Bars for Drinks with the Dead
Madewood Plantations
A living, breathing (and slightly modernised ) 1848 plantation.
Mahoney’s Po-Boy Shop
Fresh, local ingredients as loved by the locals.
Maison Dupuy
A plush hotel in the heart of the French quarter.
Mandina’s
Creole Italian cooking in a relaxed environment.
Maple Leaf Bar
A New Orleans landmark with great music acts.
Marigny Brasserie
A chic restaurant with an interesting crowd.
Markey’s
A Bywater dive serving pub food.
Marriott
Practical but charming.
Martinique Bistro
Some of the best food in New Orleans, but little discovered.
Mat & Naddie’s
Delightful hideaway serving contemporary Louisiana cooking.
McKenna Museum
A must-see for those interested in African-American culture.
Meltdown
Vegan popsicles for a hot day.
Merchant
A cafe in the Central Business District in New Orleans, Merchant offers rich espresso, buttery crepes, and hearty sandwiches.
Mesón 923
Beautiful pretty-gritty restaurant – and the food ain't half bad either...
Mid-City Lanes Rock ‘n’ Bowl
Bowling with (often famous) live bands to help you dance your way down the lanes.
Mignon Faget
Arty jewellery and designer vases are all here for those with a taste for the unique.
Mike’s on the Avenue
Fusion cuisine from a well thought of chef.
MiLa
Bold Southern flavours in a modern restaurant.
Mississippi River Ferry
Fun and informative ferry trip.
Mississippi River Levee Path
Run, jog or stroll and take in the oft-missed views.
Molly’s At the Market
Eccentric Irish Pub.
Mondo
Monkey Hill Bar
Sophisticated setting for drinks.
Mosca’s
Hearty Italian fare.
Mother’s Restaurant
Popular with tourists and locals alike - good, New Orleans style food.
Mr B’s Bistro
Classic Creole bistro favoured by both socialites and businessmen.
Mulate’s
Authentic music with some much encouraged dancing - oh, and some food on the side.
Napoleon House
Good drinks, great atmosphere and a near-perfect Pimms.
National WWII Museum
An interactive journey through time, with mini-documentaries and other genuine documents.
New Orleans Artworks
Glassworks, with tours and short classes available.

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