French street is a place of grace, with lots of shops to visit and shop, not many residents, not a big city with a lot of bustling, the buildings are old and very strolling
This is a wonderful start in New Orleans, there is a lot of great music. We set off from one place, and then found one place after another. During this time, we talked with artists in the alleys and watched street performers perform. Street vendors gradually appeared after 11 o'clock. It was a particularly pleasant evening. It was a busy Wednesday night, not as crazy as Friday/Saturday nights I heard.
If you want to hear real music, come and visit French Street. You will not be disappointed. Bourbon Street has become a bar street, full of bands playing rock music from the 80s and 90s. It is far away from most hotels, but you can come by Uber.
Many locals go there, many great jazz musicians and it is less chaotic than bourbon street!
so much fun! i enjoyed the music, the drinks and the entertainment on the street and the clubs. i can''t wait to go back. Highly recommend it!!!
The music was great, and I really enjoyed the food here! highly recommend this to those who love drinking with live music :)