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Uptown Area Insight

  • There's nothing quite like a casual stroll around the beautiful streets of Uptown. I love walking over the vibrant colored petals that fall from the beautiful Japanese Magnolia trees. They seem to transform the concrete sidewalks into an enchanting painting. It always seems to put me in a relaxed mood.
  • Looking for a fun, free New Orleans tradition? Mardi Gras parades are one of a kind! Check out the link for the 2019 parade schedule!
  • Check out this video about Uptown. It is filled with information about the Uptown Neighborhood from the people that live there! This is a great place to call home.
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    Enjoy biking, walking, jogging or skateboarding along this 1.8 mile path through beautiful Audubon Park, with its canopy of mossy live oaks. The park sits on land purchased by New Orleans over 145 years ago and named after naturalist John James Audubon. The World Cotton Centennial was held here in 1884. One of my favorite things to do is watch the thousands of migratory birds that descend on Bird Island in one of the park lagoons.
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    Throw frisbees, barbecue, picnic or just hang out on this stretch of the Mississippi River behind Audubon Park locals call The Fly. One of the best spots to view the Mississippi River, sip wine, catch sunsets and watch tugboats, barges and ships go by.
  • Los Angeles based Kelly Sutton of Kelly Sutton Design and Sutton House recently opened a new store at 3937 Magazine Street. Kelly is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a degree in Interior Design. She has over ten years in the business and is known for her sophisticated and refined designs. She happens to be a very nice person as well. Stop in and welcome her to the city. More information can be found by visiting her site.
  • Ann Koerner Antiques is located at 4021 Magazine Street Uptown. Ann has a keen eye for antiquities and design style. Her collection ranges all periods and styles. Drop in for a delightful experience and to introduce yourself to her. Tell her Marshall sent you.
  • The Columns Hotel is located on St. Charles Avenue and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1883 for Simon Hernsheim, owner of Hernsheim Brothers & Company. This company was the largest manufacturer of cigars at the time. Locals as well as visitors are often spotted sitting on the large front gallery as they chat and enjoy a drink. A good place to be seen!
  • Great retail store offering a wide selection of wine and spirits at all price points. Drop by to see the selection and tell Ben hello. If you're having a party, ask Ben what services he provides.
  • A must if you're into Pilates. Uncle Joe's staff is friendly and ready to work you out! Nice, clean facilities and located just minutes from St. Charles Avenue Uptown. Private and group sessions available.
  • A local retail shop specializing in products with a New Orleans theme. Dirty Coast features apparel that has been designed and produced in collaboration with local artists and printers. The result is embracing the essence of New Orleans. Visit in person at 5631 Magazine Street or online at dirtycoast.com.
  • On the corner of St. Charles Avenue and State Street sits a stately mansion, worthy of all the pomp and circumstance associated with Uptown New Orleans. But, you must remember, New Orleans, with all of her history, elegance and, yes, excesses, is also a city with a grand sense of humor in which its denizens know well how to celebrate "The Season." And when, exactly, is that season? I would say it begins with Halloween and lasts through Dirty Linen night at the end of summer...so it's effectively the entire year.

    However, Halloween, the season's opener, is worthy of further explanation as its origin is inextricably woven into the Catholic fabric of New Orleans. We all know October 31 is Halloween, but the date also marks the evening before All Saints Day. November 1 is the day on which Catholics and many Anglicans honor all their saints or hallows, hence the name All Hallows' Eve. In the carnival celebrations of All Hallows' Eve, our ancestors utilized humor and ridicule to fully face death.

    So, New Orleanians, with their love for the saints and their propensity for satire, have finely honed this ridiculing weapon into a grand citywide carnival manifest in the parties and decorations that line the finest avenues and most humble residences alike. There is no distinction. All are included in this grand celebration.

    Observe the photos of the mansion at St. Charles and State Street. Marvel at the history and tradition. Join us as we begin the next "Season" that is exclusively New Orleans.
  • This golf course is located in the center of Audubon Park in the Uptown area of town. If you enjoy golf, then you'll be happy playing this course. Contoured fairways, landscaped grounds, large oak trees and a lagoon set the stage.
  • Pinkberry is a franchise serving frozen yogurt. New Orleans currently has three locations. The Uptown location is conveniently located on Magazine Street. This is one of my favorite places to stop in on a hot day to purchase a refreshing treat.
  • If you're interested in running or walking, then you should consider joining the New Orleans Track Club (NOTC). This organization was formed in 1963 to promote running in the city. Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in running or fast walking. Visit their site for additional information.
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    Fresh Market opened on St. Charles Avenue approximately two years back. The company is celebrating their 30th year anniversary this year. I like the fact that this company is active in the community and supports local fisherman, producers and growers. Visit them at 3338 St. Charles Avenue.
  • Blue Frog Chocolates is my go to place when I'm craving chocolate. Stop in for a small bite or grab a box to go. Friends and family living out of state can experience their treats as well. They offer shipping!
  • Martinique is a classic French Bistro mixed with Louisiana seasonal ingredients. This is one of my favorite small restaurants in the city. Located on the corner of Magazine and Eleonore Streets in the Uptown area.
  • Hansen's Snowballs are a legend in New Orleans. Stop in on a hot day and treat yourself. You'll be glad you did but be prepared to wait in line. This is a well known snowball business! It's worth the wait.
  • Harry's Ace Hardware has three locations servicing Uptown, Metairie and the Westbank. According to their web site, they stock over 30,000 items. This is a family owned and operated business and was opened in 1910. Friendly staff are always welcoming and ready to assist.
  • Judy at the Rink carries a variety of inventory from home accessories to jewelry. This is my go to place for picking up a special gift for friends and loved ones. Their inventory is always fresh and gift wrapping is available. Stop in to see what you can find.
  • This is a great book shop in the heart of the Garden District. Located in the building known as the Rink. Friendly staff are always there to help locate the book of your choice. One of my favorite book stores in New Orleans.
  • The Garden District is well known for it's well preserved southern homes and gardens. Built in the 1800's, this district was referred to as the "American" section of town. Today, it's a neighborhood filled with a variety of folks who love the architecture and charm.
  • The Fly is a popular gathering spot for people who like to run, bike, picnic and BBQ. Overlooking the Mississippi River, this green space is an ideal spot for passing a weekend afternoon. Come enjoy yourself and the view in Audubon Park.
  • Passages Antiques has a large selection of pieces primarily from France. Enjoy browsing through seven rooms and a patio for amazing finds. There are four antique dealers showcasing their goods. Stop in and tell them Marshall sent you. Open Tuesday through Saturday. Visit their site for additional information.

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