New Orleans, LA

What to do in Lakeview (Part 1)

Ashley Lideau

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - The neighborhood was named Lakeview because it is close to Lake Pontchartrain. Most of the area’s buildings are residential and filled with boating communities. Here are some guides when you are in Lakeview, New Orleans.

CAFÉ DU MONDE

This cafe offers a breakfast menu to start the day. Established in 1862, Café du Monde specializes in beignet and café au lait. You can have a taste of Louisiana’s iconic fried dough with powdered sugar on top. The cafe has various locations throughout Louisiana. They also sell souvenirs.

NEW ORLEANS CITY PARK

This 1,300 acres park has numerous oak trees and a picturesque landscape. You can go paddle boating to the New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans City Park offers many activities to all ages, and homes various attractions. Couturie Forest and Arboretum, New Orleans Botanical Garden, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and the Louisiana Children’s Museum are all located here.

SYDNEY AND WALDA BESTHOFF SCULPTURE GARDEN

The sculpture garden offers a peaceful vibe in a hidden location. The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden is open seven days a week and you are free to enter. You can find a collection of sculptures here, from modern to contemporary style. This place is a picturesque spot. Enjoy the inspiring works of art while strolling in the garden.

FILMORE IN THE OAKS

Located in the City Park Golf Clubhouse, you can enjoy tasty and convenient lunch here. Some of Fillmore in the Oaks’ specialties are fresh salads, soups, sandwiches, wraps, and snacks. You can enjoy lunch with a view of the Bayou Oaks. Happy hours are available every weekday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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