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Recommended places near Read Boulevard East, New Orleans

Ashley Lideau
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NEW ORLEANS, LA - When you want to explore other sides of New Orleans, you can come to Read Boulevard East, about 17 minutes away from New Orleans.

Here is a list of recommended places around Read Boulevard East in your spare time.

1. Cajun Encounters Tour Company

55345 US-90, Slidell, LA 70461

Established in 1996, Jeff Rogers led a single tour to the Swamps of Louisiana as the founder. After that, his tour group became one of the most anticipated tour groups company.

Cajun Encounter swamp tour is the way to see wildlife and gators closely, guided by a certified captain while getting other pieces of information about the nature in Honey Island Swamp.

For more exciting options, you can try their plantation tours and city tours too.

2. Restoration Nation DIY Studio

10717 Chef Menteur Hwy, Ste 4, New Orleans, LA 70127

Read Blvd East

This restoration studio was established in 2017 by Kimberly Brown. Her inspiration comes from her father, who worked in the construction area when she was a child.

This studio will give you a workshop complete with supporting facilities to make a wood decoration from scratch. You can learn to recreate your old furniture into excellent new stuff with another function. It has the purpose of reducing wasted furniture and develop people's creativity to make DIY products.

3. Fire Food and Spirits

5951 Bullard Ave, New Orleans, LA 70128

Read Blvd East

Having meals in a good place after other activities will complete your tour around Read Boulevard East.

Fire food and spirit is recommended by many people as one of the restaurants near Read Boulevard that serve good food.

They have Cajun food, seafood, New Orleans food, sweet potatoes, and many cocktails. They serve you vegan-friendly menus too here.

You can have lunch or dinner here since they are open at 11.00 am.

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