Just Listed Homes for sale Garden District New Orleans
Below are the newest Homes for sale Garden District New Orleans listed in the last 5 days.
1127 ROYAL Street New Orleans, Louisiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 3,500 SqFt
617 DAUPHINE Street 4 New Orleans, Louisiana
2 Beds 2 Baths 894 SqFt
538 MADISON Street 4C New Orleans, Louisiana
1 Beds 1 Baths 913 SqFt
Garden District History
The Garden District, plantation lands that were subdivided and developed in the 1830s as prosperous Anglo immigrants sought to move out of the city center, is divided between the Lower Garden District, which is closer to downtown and is bounded by St. Charles Avenue, Annunciation Street, Erato and First Streets, and the Upper Garden District, which, further Uptown, or upriver, is bounded by St. Charles Avenue, First Street, Toledano Street, and Magazine Street. The predominant architectural styles in the Garden District are Greek Revival and Italianate, while structure types include single-story shotguns, double gallery homes, center-hall cottages and American townhouses.
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Quick Facts about The Garden District
Population (2000): 1,179
Zip Codes: 70130
Median Listing Price:$725k
Median Price/Sq Ft: $328
County: Orleans Parish
School District: NOLA Public Schools
Travel & Commute Times
New Orleans: 7 mins
Broadmoor: 12 mins
Lakeview: 14 mins
Things to Do
See below for a full list of Bars, Restaurants, Music Venues, Shopping, Banks, Dry Cleaners, Places of Worship and more!
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Garden District Amenities
The Garden District plays host to high fashion boutiques, world-class restaurants, and cutting-edge coffee shops, all of which are on offer in one of the United States’ most beautiful, distinctive and livable neighborhoods.
Garden District Restaurants
Emeril’s Delmonico – located on St. Charles Avenue in the Lower Garden District, this historic restaurant, which began serving Creole cuisine in 1895, was brought back to life by famed Chef Emeril Lagassee in 1998 after an extensive historic renovation. Since its rebirth, it has been a top draw in the city for its elegant atmosphere, sophisticated interpretation of New Orleans culinary traditions and excellent steaks.
Mr. John’s Steakhouse – also on St. Charles Avenue, Mr. John’s is considered by many to be New Orleans’ best steakhouse. Serving USDA prime meats, as well as Italian influenced dishes that serve to broaden the menu beyond traditional steakhouse offerings, Mr. John’s is a neighborhood mainstay that truly deserves the high praise it regularly receives.
Coquette – At Coquette, located in an elegant historic building at the corner of Magazine Street and Washington, Chef Michael Stoltzfus prepares innovative, seasonally-inspired southern dishes. Since opening in 2008, Coquette has made several best of the city lists, and Chef Stoltzfus himself has been recognized by the James Beard Foundation for his culinary talents.
Commander’s Palace – The grand dame of the New Orleans dining scene, Commander’s has been turning out classic New Orleans cuisine since 1880. Since the Brennan family took control of the restaurant in the 1970s, some of the city’s best known chefs, such as Paul Prudhomme and Emeril Lagasse, have run its famed kitchen. Now, with Tory McPhail at the helm, Commander’s focus is on Haute Creole cuisine made with the best of local Louisiana ingredients.
Stein’s Market & Deli – Stein’s, located on Magazine Street just off Jackson, is the place to go for an excellent bagel or Italian style sandwich. Stein’s also offers the neighborhood an excellent selection of craft beers and wine, as well as salumi and cheese.
Juan’s Flying Burrito – Juan’s, in the Lower Garden District, is the neighborhood spot to satisfy your burrito or taco craving. Reasonably priced, hipster friendly and very casual, every neighborhood needs a Juan’s.
Hi Volt Coffee – your Lower Garden source for avant garde coffee offerings.
Garden District District Bars and Music Venues
Bouligny Tavern – Located next door to its proprietor’s original restaurant Lillette, Bouligny Tavern is Garden District’s wine bar par excellence, not to mention a major draw for Chef Harris’ small plates, and also a paragon of historic renovation and interior decoration.
Kingpin – considered by many to be the perfect neighborhood bar, Kingpin offers shuffleboard, craft beers, knowledgeable bartenders, and, right outside its doors, a curb next to which the city’s best food truck frequently park.
Monkey Hill – located on Magazine Street near Audubon Park, Monkey Hill offers an extensive cocktail list and bartenders who know how to make them.
Delachaise – like Bouligny Tavern, Delachaise offers small plates, an excellent wine and beer selection and an inviting, sophisticated atmosphere. What it also provides is an excellent view of St. Charles Avenue and the passing streetcar.
Oak Wine Bar – Located on an increasingly revitalized Oak St., the Oak Wine Bar offers an excellent by the glass and cocktail list, live music and delicious small plates from Chef Aaron Burgau of Patois.
St. Joe’s – situated snugly on Magazine St. across from Whole Foods, St. Joe’s is a welcoming neighborhood spot to enjoy a well prepared cocktail.
Tipitina’s – Legendary doesn’t do justice as a descriptor for Tipitina’s, which is named after a Professor Longhair song and was in fact founded as a place for him to play in the late ’70s. Since then, Tips has hosted innumerable greats and has served as a home base of sorts for such local legends as The Neville Brothers, The Radiators, and Galactic.
Le Bon Temps Rouler – an Garden District institution, Le Bon Temps offers a classic New Orleans bar in the front and a tight, shoulder to shoulder local music hall in the back. Catch The Soul Rebels here on a Thursday night for a taste of the best of New Orleans’ diverse music and cultural scene.
Maple Leaf – Just as Tipitina’s served as home base for Professor Longhair, The Leaf was the go to performing space for New Orleans’ other keyboard genius, James Booker, in the 1970s. And the club is still going strong today, particularly on Tuesday nights, when it hosts the Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band.
Garden District Bars and Music Venues
The Saint – New Orleans does not lack for hipster dive bars, but The Saint might be the finest expression of the genre.
Avenue Pub – located on St. Charles Avenue, the Avenue Pub has perhaps the city’s best selection of craft beer and small batch whiskeys.
Garden District Shopping
Mignon Faget – New Orleans’ premier jewelry designer.
Billy Reid – Mr. Ried hails from Florence, Alabama, but he’s well respected in the more urbane environs of New Orleans, not to mention New York and Paris, for the men’s and women’s clothing line he founded in 2004.
Scriptura – Your Garden District source for all things paper and pen, when elegance counts.
Octavia Books – In the top ranks of local book shops, Octavia offers a wide selection of literary fiction and history, as well as books of all stripes by local authors.
Martin’s Wine Cellar – Recently reopened on Baronne St., Martin’s offers an impressive selection of domestic and imported wines, cheeses, liquors, and an excellent deli.
Rouses Grocery Store – The local’s favorite, Rouses is your source for the best of Louisiana’s bounty.
Garden District Places of Worship
- Carrolton United Methodist Church
- Central St. Matthew United Church of Christ
- Covenant Presbyterian
- St. Andrews Episcopal Church
- Blessed Trinity Parish
- Ebenezer Baptist Church
- Holy Name of Jesus Church
- St. Rita Church
- Touro Synagogue
- Temple Sinai Reform Congregation
Garden District Schools
- Isidore Newman School
- De La Salle High School
- Academy of the Sacred Heart
- Samuel J. Green Charter School
- Sophie B. Wright Institute of Academic Excellence
Garden District Banks
- Hancock Whitney Bank
Garden District Dry Cleaners
- Washing Well Laundryteria
- Suds Dem Duds
Additional Garden District Amenities
- Crescent Park
- Garden District Opera House
- Washington Square Park
Garden District Neighborhood Resources
- Faubourg Garden District Improvement Association
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