RedAwning and Bywater cottages wish for your stay in New Orleans to be exceptional. To help with ideas for what to do, our staff compiled a shortlist of what is Hot while in the neighborhood. This list contains local favorites and is not meant to be comprehensive. You will find many new haunts that we hope you will share with us as well. Our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter page could use a few new pictures and stories to tell.
New Orleans’ first experiential pop-up takes audiences of all ages on a topsy-
turvy stroll through the cultural gems that make the Crescent City so special.An
immersive 12-room exhibit is pure NOLA joy,
celebrating the iconic art, music,food and theatrics of the city,
2) Markey's Bar located adjacent to The Country Club is one of the oldest continually run dock bars in New Orleans since 1908. Roy Markey is a 4th generation powerhouse in the neighborhood and has been a good friend for almost 30 years. Markey’s is an excellent place to stop by on the last call before hitting the Cottage for the night. His Crawfish boils are some of the best so check the schedule.
25) St. Roch's Market In New Orleans 13 is a lucky number so we will leave you with the Roch. Traditionally a seafood market that was the quintessential dive has been reborn after Katrina and is a veritable cornucopia of food venues. The Market will never replace the days of yore when Crawfish were scooped into Schwegmann’s Grocery bags by the buckets, but you can get a mighty fine meal.
29) JamNola JamNola stands for Joy, Art & Music. New Orleans's first experiential Pop-up takes audiences of all ages on a topsy-turvey stroll through the cultural gems that make New Orleans. Enjoy 12 exhibits celebrating the iconic art, music, food, and theatrics of New Orleans through the eyes of 20+ local artists and creative partners.