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Whats What and Where New Orleans


Tired of Easy Mac?
Pizza:
Reginellis – 741 State St
899-1414 (delivery/pickup)
3244 Magazine St
895-7272 (d/p)
Italian Pie – 5538 Magazine St
894-0005 (d/p)
417 S. Rampart (near med
school)
522-7552 (d/p)
Fresco – 7825 Maple St
862-6363 (d/p)
Slice – 1513 St. Charles Ave
Chinese:
Five Happiness – 3605 S. Carrolton Ave
482-3935
August Moon – 3635 Prytania
899-5129
Sushi:
Sake Café – 2830 Magazine St
894-0033
Hana – 8116 Hampson St
865-1634 (pick-up only)
Ninja – 8433 Oak St
Mikimoto – 3301 S. Carrolton
- Dine in $1 sushi specials and drivethru
Sushi Bros. – 1612 St. Charles Ave
Rock-n-Saki-823 Fulton St (Warehouse Dst)
- Fun for when going out.
Kyoto- 4920 Pyrtania St
Mexican:
Juans Flying Burrito – 2018 Magazine St
4724 S. Carrolton Ave
Felipes – 6215 S. Miro St.
Tacqueria Corona – 5932 Magazine St
Superior Grill – 3636 St. Charles Ave
899-4200
great for big groups
Nacho Mamas – 3242 Magazine St
Wings:
WOW – 5961 Magazine St
Wingzone – 6221 S. Claiborne
861-9663 (d/p)
Italian:
Bistro Italia – 3226 Magazine St
Bravo – 3413 Veterans Highway
(Inside Lakeside mall)
great for big groups
(See pizza)
Diner-Style:
Camelia Grill – 626 S. Carrolton Ave
Slim Goodies – 3322 Magazine St
Clover Grill- 900 Bourbon St
Mediterranean:
Byblos – 3218 Magazine St.
Lebanon’s Café – 1500 S. Carrolton Ave
Mona’s – 4216 Magazine St
Babylon Café – 7724 Maple St
Ice Cream:
Creole Creamery – 4924 Prytania
Cold Stone – 624 S. Carrolton Ave
Baskin Robbins – 706 S. Carrolton
Other Fun Places:
The Melting Pot – 1820 St. Charles Ave
Port-O-Call – 838 Esplanade Ave
Best hamburgers ever!!
Miyako – 1403 St. Charles Ave
Ignatius Eatery- 4200 Magazine St
Great place for local cuisine.
Gumbo, jambalaya, etc…
Magazine Po-Boy Shop- 2368 Magazine St
For all you northerners out there, a
Po-Boy is a sub sandwhich.
Yogurt- 7638 Maple St
Self-Serve frozen yogurt,
sandwiches, wraps. Right next to PJ’s
Coffee Shop.
Café Du Monde – 800 Decatur St.
Get your Bignets here
Hong Kong Market - 925 Behrman Hwy,
Terrytown, LA, (504) 394-7075
Has inexpensive (and authentic) vietnemese
and chinese cooking products. There is also
bubble tea, great and cheap pho
(Vietnamese soup) place
Big Fisherman Seafood - 3301 Magazine
Place to get CRAWFISH and other
seafood. They have boiled crawfish (that you
have to chuck yourself) always for
comeptitive prices. 25 pounds goes for 50-
60 dollars.
When Your Parents Are Paying, or
You Score a Date.
Jacques-Imoes – 8324 Oak St
Does not take reservations, get there
early!
La Crepe Nanou – 1410 Robert St
Does not take reservations, great for
dates too!
Upperline – 1413 Upperline St
891-9822
NOLA – 534 St. Louis
522-6652
Emerils – 800 Tchoupitoulas
528-9393
Commander’s Palace – 1403 Washington
Avenue
899-8221
Dick and Jennys – 4501 Tchoupitoulas
894-9880
Stella – 1032 Chartres St
587-0091
Herbsaint – 701 St. Charles Ave
524-4114
Cochon – 930 Tchoupitoulas
588-2123
Lillette – 3637 Magazine St
895-1636
Bacco – 310 Chartres
522-242
We’re Med Students, Broke, and
Thirsty…
Monday Night:
½ Priced Margaritas @ Nacho Mamas
$1 Red Stripe at Balcony Bar
$3 Pitchers @ Brunos for Monday Night
Football
Tuesday Night:
50 cent night @ the Boot
$1.50 everything (almost) @ Brunos
$1 Newcastle @ Balcony Bar
$2 Pitchers @ Reginellis
Wednesday Night:
Pint Night @ the Bulldog
$1.50 Rolling Rocks @ Balcony Bar
$1 Margaritas @ Felipes
2 for 1 Drinks Louisiana Pizza Kitchen
Thursday Night:
Ladies Night @ Dinos
Eighties night @ One Eyed Jacks
$3 Martinis @ Byblos
Friday Night:
$3 Rum Punch @ Brunos
$3 Martinis @ Philips (gay friendly)
Happy Hour@ the Boot…and everywhere
else!
Get Your Drink On
Uptown Bars:
(usually full of undergrads but still fun)
Brunos – 7601 Maple St
Philips – 733 Cherokee St.
TJ Quills – 7600Maple St
Palms – Freret and Broadway
Friar Tucks – 5130 Freret St
The Boot – 1039 Broadway
-typical undergrad bar
Maple Leaf – 8316 Oak St
-Great live music!!
Cooter Brown’s- 509 S. Carrollton Ave
-Sports bar
Garden District Bars:
(older crowd i.e. grad
students/upperclassmen)
Le Bon Temps – 4801 Magazine St
Great live music and Burgers!!
Monkey Hill – 6100 Magazine St
Upscale, for New Orleans
F&Ms – 4841 Tchoupitoulas
Can you say Cheese Fries!! Arrive
after 2am for best results
Delachaise- 3224 St. Charles
Romantic wine bar
Columns Hotel- 3811 St Charles Ave.
Historic hotel, live music
Grits – Behind F&Ms
Ms. Maes – 4336 Magazine St
$1 drinks every night!
St. Joes – 5535 Magazine St
Delicious Blueberry Mojitos
Balcony Bar - 3201 Magazine St
Great food late, med school bar
Bulldog – 3236 Magazine St
Med school bar, Wed night free pint
night
Nacho Mamas – 3242 Magazine St
Rendezvous – 3101 Magazine St
Downtown Bars:
Bourbon St……Need I Say More??
Pat O’Briens – get a hurricane!
Tropical Isle – hand grenade please!
Cats Meow – karaoke J
Razzoo
Bourbon St. Blues Co.
Goldmine –705 Dauphine St
Not on Bourbon but might as well be,
go here when you’ve already got
your drink on.
Alibi- Iberville and Bourbon. Late
night dive
Handsome Willies
Right behind the Med School!
The Republic – 828 S. Peters
Dance club
The Red Eye – 852 S. Peters
Lucys Retired Surfers Bar – 701
Tchoupitoulas
Whiskey Blue – 333 Poydras
Inside the W Hotel
Marigny Bars: all great for live music!
DBA – 618 Frenchman St.
Snug Harbor – 626 Frenchman St.
Hookah Café – 500 Frenchman St.
Café Brazil – 2100 Chartres St.
Mimis in the Marigny – 2601 Royal St.
Gay and Lesbian Friendly Bars
The Bourbon St Pub/Parade- 801
Bourbon St.
Most popular, video bar, balcony,
dance floor.
Good Friends- 740 Dauphine St
Napoleon’s Itch- 734 Bourbon St
Small, non-smoking, cute
Oz- 800 Bourbon St
High energy, dance, shows
Gay Bingo Sunday nights-free
The Corner Pocket- 940 St. Louis St
Dancers
Phillips Happy Hour- Friday night
Louisiana Pizza Kitchen- 2 for 1 drinks,
Wednesday night

Out of Toilet Paper? We’ve Got
Your Back
Grocery Stores:
Rouses –
4500 Tchoupitoulas
400 N Carrollton Ave
701 Royal St
WinnDixie –
5400 Tchoupitoulas
Walmart Supercenter5110 Jefferson Hwy
1901 Tchoupitoulas Street
Whole Foods –
5600 Magazine St
Drug Stores:
Walgreens –
2418 S. Carrollton
718 S Carrollton Ave
5300 Tchoupitoulas
3227 Magazine St
1801 St. Charles Ave
145 Elks Place
900 Canal St
CVS – 4901 Prytania
Shopping:
Lakeside Mall – Causeway and Veterans
(Regular mall- J. Crew, Dillards,
Banana Republic, Apple Store, etc.)
Canal Place – 333 Canal St
Higher End Stores (Saks, etc)
Riverwalk Marketplace – 1 Poydras St
Bed Bath & Beyond – Clearview and
Veterans (Metairie)
Target – Clearview and Veterans (Metairie)
Best Buy – 6205 Veterans Blvd, Metairie
Barnes & Noble Booksellers - 3721Veterans
Blvd, Metairie
Walmart – 5110 Jefferson Highway
1901Tchoupitoulas
900 Airline Hwy
Magazine Street- Boutique (Ah ha, Orient
Expressed, Spring, Azby’s)
Gotta Keep it Looking Good
Headquarters- 900 Dauphine St
- An absolute hysterical
haircutting experience. Ask for
Grant.
AVEDA-Paris Parker Salon
990-2468 for all locations
333 Canal St.
4900 Prytania
1400 Annunciation
3301 Veterans Blvd
John Jay – 866-2782
7600 St. Charles Ave
Supercuts – 712 S. Carrolton
Golden Shears – 6008 Magazine St.
Color Bar – 2039 Magazine St
Retreat Spa & Salon- 801 S. Carrolton
Venus Spa- 8011 Maple Street
Belladona Spa- 2900 Magazine St.
Feeding Your Feminine Side
Bella Donna on Magazine
- expensive but luxurious
Bamboo on Magazine
Earth Savers on Magazine 
- similar to Bella Donna
Venus Experience on Maple
- less expensive, good student
discount on manis/pedis
Vanity Day Spa on Hillary
- great quality for lowest cost,
especially waxing
Need a Balance Check?
Banks (um, just about everywhere):
Chase – has the most ATMs (inside every
Walgreens)
1415 Metairie Rd.
2200 St. Charles
3525 Prytania
2331 S. Carrolton
201 St. Charles
1400 Veterans
Whitney – 1250 Poydras
228 St. Charles Ave
1300 S. Carrolton
Tulane Student Center
Capital One – 1100 S. Carrolton
6309 S. Claiborne
6235 S. Claiborne
4121 Canal St.
3540 St. Charles
313 Carondelet
137 Royal
Can You Hear Me Now?
Cell Phones:
AT&T – 5300Tchoupitoulas (by WinnDixie)
1900 St Charles Ave
Sprint – Tchoupitoulas (across from
WinnDixie)
Verizon – 3544 Veterans Memorial Blvd
Pet Stores:
Petco – Tchoupitoulas (by WinnDixie)
$25 complete puppy treatment
Canine Connection – Magazine St
Petcetera – 3205 Magazine St
The Lifeblood of a Med Student
Coffee Shops:
Starbucks7700 Maple St
2801 Magazine St
365 Canal St
500 Canal St
5800 Magazine St
CCs – 900 Jefferson Avenue
941 Royal St
701 Metairie Road
2917 Magazine St
PJs – 644 Camp St
7624 Maple
5432 Magazine
1100 Poydras
Rue de la Course – 3121 Magazine St.
1140 S. Carrolton
Borders- St. Charles and Louisiana
Always new ones opening and closing.
Have Some Free Time? You Might
Want to Save this Section for 4th
Year
Abita Brewery and Tasting
Located across the lake in Abita Springs
Complimentary Tours:
Saturday: 1pm, 2:30pm
Sunday: 1pm
www.abita.com for more information
Bayou Sauvage Swamp Tour
Daily tours: 10am and 2pm
$18 for adults
$8 for children
Only 10 miles from downtown
http://www.nowildlifetours.com for
directions and info
Blue Bayou Water Park – near Baton
Rouge
Adults $35
Children $28
http://www.bluebayou.com for more info
Jean Lafitte National Park
Admission is Free!
Multiple locations across the state
http://www.nps.gov/jela/ for more info
Audubon Zoo – 6500 Magazine St
Behind Audubon Park
Open Tuesday-Sunday
10am-5pm
$12 for adults
$7 for children
Aquarium of the Americas – 1 Canal St.
Open Tuesday-Sunday
10am-5pm
$17 for adults, $12 for kids
$8 for the IMAX ($5 for kids)
$22 for both ($12 for kids)
Combination packs for the Zoo, IMAX
and Aquarium are available. Go to
http://www.auduboninstitute.org for
more information
Levee – a.k.a. the Fly
Located behind the Zoo
Great place to get some sun, bbq, etc.
House Of Blues – always has live music
Go to www.HOB.com for calendar
225 Decatur St.
French Market on Weekends
Great shopping, cheap stuff!
1100 North Peters
Jackson Square – a must see
Located on Decatur St.
Always something going on from live
music to fortune tellers!
While you are there don’t forget to go to
Café Du Monde!!!
Movie Theaters:
Elmwood Palace – 1200 Elmwood Park
Blvd
Clearview – 4486 Veterans
Prytania – 5339 Prytania St.
New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins C. Diboll Circle – in City Park
$8 for adults
$7 for students
$4 for children
For more info go to www.noma.org
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