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Things to do in Hotel Monteleone

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Hotel Bar
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“Voted one of the "best bars" in America.. you may have to wait to find a seat at the bar.. but it's worth it! Go at non-peak times for less competition.”
  • 116 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Classic, old, very very local famous restaurant. Friday’s are go for lunch stay for dinner, so wear your drinking shoes. ”
  • 67 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“Popular seafood bar- there are several locations around New Orleans with one located in the French Quarter. ”
  • 46 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“If you are looking for a nice sit-down dinner with a nice atmosphere, this is a great date night or place to have drinks at their indoor bar. located in the quarter”
  • 38 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Craving some raw oysters? Wanted to go to ACME Oyster House until you arrived and learned there is a 2 hour wait? Go right across the street to Felix’s where you get just as good (if not better) oysters and skip the wait. Favorites: Raw oysters, Chargrilled Oysters ”
  • 31 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“You're going to drop a bill....but it's worth it. GET THE BBQ SHRIMP IT IS SERIOUSLY ONE OF THE BEST THINGS EVER. I prefer to sit at the bar & take in the ambiance. This is a quintessential classic New Orleans restaurant, and the food is actually good (unlike a lot of the well known spots). Make a reservation or go early and hop on the bar.”
  • 36 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Green Goddess is a French Quarter vegetarian/vegan "piazza café dining experience" in Exchange Alley. It's limited seating, historic architecture will charm you. Exchange Alley is also a popular space for wedding couples to take pre-wedding photos. My favorites are the beet hummus and Chimichurri mushrooms with purple rice, horseradish creme, and plantains.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
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“It's hard to choose just one, but probably my favorite restaurant in the city. Very pricey, so be ready for sticker shock.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Bar
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“Great historic dive bar with a good selection of Absinthe, located in the French Quarter.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Steakhouse
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“Perfecting the art of beef preparation. Located in the beautiful French Quarter.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Café
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“If Cafe du Monde is too busy, sometimes the wait can be up to an hour, walk 15 mins over to Cafe Beignet on Royal. Wait is less and there are options for breakfast plates. Simple food. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Bar
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“Seafood, Creole fare & famed bourbon milk punch in an airy room with a view, plus a raw oyster bar. Sit at the bar, chat with the oyster shuckers and bar tenders and enjoy a warm welcome to New Orleans.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“Our favorite coffee spot, the roasts are amazing, the blends will wake you up, and they offer multiple different styles of prep. Pro tip: try the shakerato!”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bar
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“This is hands down my favorite little spot for cocktails tucked away on Iberville it provides something for everyone, elegant drinks, old mafia movies & gypsy jazz. Its sister bar Bourbon O' is another favorite and may i mention the energetic group G and the Swinging Three on Thursdays at 6pm! ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Lodging
“Great Carousel Bar for cocktails and life music on selected nights. Also great restaurant in hotel.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Bar
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“This is a little hidden gem that some locals don't even know exists! This Creole restaurant has a menu that is always excellent and has something for everyone. The dining room is classy and elegant. My favorite items on the menu are the Seafood Martini Ravigote and the Paneed Gulf Fish with Jumbo Lump Crabmeat. ”
  • 9 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Cajun / Creole Restaurant
“Classic, old, very very local famous restaurant. Friday’s are go for lunch stay for dinner, so wear your drinking shoes. ”
  • 67 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
“Popular seafood bar- there are several locations around New Orleans with one located in the French Quarter. ”
  • 46 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“If you are looking for a nice sit-down dinner with a nice atmosphere, this is a great date night or place to have drinks at their indoor bar. located in the quarter”
  • 38 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Craving some raw oysters? Wanted to go to ACME Oyster House until you arrived and learned there is a 2 hour wait? Go right across the street to Felix’s where you get just as good (if not better) oysters and skip the wait. Favorites: Raw oysters, Chargrilled Oysters ”
  • 31 locals recommend
French Restaurant
“You're going to drop a bill....but it's worth it. GET THE BBQ SHRIMP IT IS SERIOUSLY ONE OF THE BEST THINGS EVER. I prefer to sit at the bar & take in the ambiance. This is a quintessential classic New Orleans restaurant, and the food is actually good (unlike a lot of the well known spots). Make a reservation or go early and hop on the bar.”
  • 36 locals recommend
American Restaurant
“Green Goddess is a French Quarter vegetarian/vegan "piazza café dining experience" in Exchange Alley. It's limited seating, historic architecture will charm you. Exchange Alley is also a popular space for wedding couples to take pre-wedding photos. My favorites are the beet hummus and Chimichurri mushrooms with purple rice, horseradish creme, and plantains.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
“It's hard to choose just one, but probably my favorite restaurant in the city. Very pricey, so be ready for sticker shock.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Steakhouse
“Perfecting the art of beef preparation. Located in the beautiful French Quarter.”
  • 9 locals recommend

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