Why New Orleans Now
Cheese mongers, entrepreneurs, artist congregations, new millennium butchers and a hipster hotel are changing the landscape of the revitalized Warehouse District in NOLA.
Even if you have never traveled to the fine city of New Orleans, you likely may still have visions of people partying in the streets, floats with dressed revelers tossing beads to topless women, the over indulgence of food and adult beverages and so on. Don’t get me wrong, that version is still alive and thriving, and is still part of the fabric that defines New Orleans to many.
Today the city’s landscape and culture are evolving into an eclectically enterprising hotbed incubator for a new generation of artists, entrepreneurs, dreamers and urban dwelling families.
The Warehouse District neighborhood, located just a 10-minute Uber ride away from the debauchery on Bourbon Street, has now become one of the coolest sections of this ever-changing city on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River.
On this Podcast Episode
- Why you need to put New Orleans on your millennial travel list
- Stay at the Old 77 Hotel
- Eat at Compere Lapin and Cochon Butcher
- Try beignets at Cafe Du Monde
- Visit the Warehouse District