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Italian Restaurant
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“Domenica translates to “Sunday,” in Italian, it is the day of the week to explore and cook leisurely, abundant meals. At Domenica restaurant, our chefs seek to transport guests to those coveted moments, offering passionately prepared dishes that marry pure, local ingredients with revered techniques. While the menu is rooted in tradition, our chefs focus on elevating Italian ingredients and classic flavors to create modern classics, adapted for the contemporary palate of New Orleans. The fresh pastas made by hand daily, roasted vegetables, meats and Napolitano style pizzas, all prepared in the restaurant’s iconic wood oven, are perfectly complemented by custom-brewed beers, seasonal craft cocktails and an Italian-focused wine list.”
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American Restaurant
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“I love the cocktails that you can order with breakfast. I love the variety of breakfast foods on the menu. Great place to start your morning!”
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Cocktail Bar
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“Grand Roosevelt Hotel cocktail bar with classic drinks, plush banquettes & elegant old-world vibe.”
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Music Venue
“The small, lovingly restored Orpheum Theater is at least worth walking by to admire the gorgeous facade on the front of the building. This is a great venue for shows, and if you enjoy classical music I highly recommend seeing the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra there if they are playing during your stay.”
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Pharmacy
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“It's a Wallgreen's, and you'll pay Wallgreen's prices! CVS is right across the street, as always.”
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Hotel
“While the French Quarter is the center of NOLA Tourism, locals find big fun in the CBS with it's eclectic mix of international venues for music, dancing, eating & lots of nite time fun”
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Point of Interest
“There is a Blue Bike station around the corner in front of Banks Street Bar”
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Restaurant
“Part convenience store part restaurant, Cleo's is one of your best bets for late night eats after a night of fun in the French Quarter/downtown. If you're unsure what to get, I highly recommend the eggplant platter, garlicky and delicious! They also have a huge selection of non-alcoholic beverages, with some really surprising flavors (buffalo chicken soda anyone ?!?). Open 24 hours. BYOB.”
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Hotel
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“Free Jazz show with Jeremy Davenport Wed-Thurs 5:30pm to 9:30pm Fri-Sat 9:30pm to 1:00am. Just have a cocktail and enjoy the music or dance into the evening.”
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Neighbourhood
“If you're in New Orleans, you're going to the French Quarter at least once.”
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Hotel Bar
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“The Roosevelt is a must-see during the holidays. Have a cocktail at one of the bars and take in the Christmas lights. ”
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Restaurant
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“One at 759 Veterans Blvd is just as good, and it has parking. Good for ribs , and burgers.”
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Bar
“Live Entertainment and very upscale beautiful bar located in the Saint Hotel just across the street from the building. The Yak Pac plays every Thursday night and they are a must see if you are in town.”
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Hotel
“On Thursday nights, The Burgundy Bar (normally) hosts one of our favorite local bands, The Yat Pack. They play everything from big band to Michael Buble' and everything in between. So much fun!”
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Hotel Bar
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“Standalone watering hole offering weekday happy-hour deals, live music & pool in unfussy surrounds.”
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Bar
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