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  • STAY

    One Poetic Stay

    In my humble opinion the New Orleans CBD is where it’s at. A resurgance of entertainment in The Civic, The…

    March 22, 2017
  • Q&C Hotel
    STAY

    Q&C Hotel/Bar

    I was downtown for the weekend mainly because of Boudin, Bourbon, & Beer and for a long time I wanted to stay in the Q&C Hotel/Bar (344 Camp St.).  Located in the CBD, and just blocks away from Champion Square, as well as tons of New Orleans attractions, the Q&C proved to be a perfect home base. 

    November 20, 2015
  • Eat & Drink

    Capdeville

    Capdeville has always been one of my favorite haunts to catch a Saints game downtown, grab a drink after a meeting in the CBD or just to pre-game it before a show. Until recently, my experience with the Mayor’s food had been limited to a post Mumford & Sons burger and a few lunches here and there. This perturbed me for sure.

    October 28, 2014
  • Eat & Drink

    ROOT

    Ambitious has only recently entered the new orleans food vernacular. Executive chef & owner Phillip Lopez along with gm & owner Maximilian Ortiz have generated a ravenous frenzy with their latest and ambition filled eatery, Root.

    August 22, 2014
  • Eat & Drink

    THE BOUNTY IS GREEN

    The moment I shuffled around the merry go round entrance to 909 Poydras, I was delighted to see the sophisticated green interior of City Greens. Being seriously directionally dysfunctional, I could tell instantly where to go.

    July 24, 2014
  • Eat & Drink

    MERCHANT NOLA

    If you’ve followed and have been enjoying our content here on iHeartnola.com for some time, you’ve realized we are obsessed with coffee in all it’s facets. One of our favorite places in the city to refuel is Merchant, located in the CBD, Merchant serves not only grade A Illy Coffee but some of the best and quickest breakfasts downtown.

    July 3, 2014
  • Eat & Drink

    LOA BAR

    Without performing an informal Google search, I would venture to say that within the New Orleans metro area there are at least 500+ establishments that serve alcohol. Needless to say there are lots of options around town to quench your libatory thirst. This week’s feature has become one of my favorite spots to wind down and enjoy a few choice cocktails. The LOA Bar is quaintly situated within the International Hotel on Camp Street in the Central Business District.

    April 24, 2014