What to do in Lakeview (Part 2)

Ashley Lideau

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - Lakeview was formerly an underdeveloped swamp-land until the 20th century. Nowadays, this area has restaurants, shops, and parks. Here is the final part of the guides when you are visiting Lakeview in New Orleans. Check out the first part so you don’t miss anything.


Shop for unique ensembles, hand-made accessories, and vintage furnishing at various boutiques in Harrison Avenue. This place is a heaven for shoppers. Along the street, you can also find many eateries to satisfy your tastebud. If you are looking for donuts and sliders stop at District.


This place offers many variations of cookie dough’s flavor. From the traditional choco-chip and sugar cookies to red velvet and Snickerdoodle are available to order. You can also have a taste of cookie dough ice cream sandwiches, bliss sundaes, and more creations. The recipe replaces eggs with pasteurized milk, so it is safe to eat with no health risk. Cookie Dough Bliss has 11 locations throughout the US, including New Orleans.


This two-story restaurant has specialties in crab. Menus such as blue crab spinach dip, stuffed crab, blue crab cakes, chargrilled crab cakes, and more. The Blue Crab provides a kids’ menu and gluten-free menu as well. You can savor the dinner upstairs with a magnificent view of Lake Pontchartrain, or enjoy live music and drinks downstairs.


Cask offers refreshing cocktails, wine on tap, and locally crafted beers for you to enjoy. This casual bar has elegant touches and a patio for hanging out with your friends. Cask is located on Canal Boulevard.

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