NEW ORLEANS, LA - Freret Street is located between Jefferson Avenue and Napoleon Avenue. This is the second part of what you can’t miss when visiting this well-known street in New Orleans. Check the first part so you don’t miss any information.
This cafe is a famous place for breakfast and lunch. Located at 2521 Jena Street, it is just close to Freret Street. They provide both vegan and non-vegan options for the menu. Kids’ meals are available as well. Bearcat Cafe opens from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Opened in 2009, this bar is a good place to have a drink with either your friends or your date. They serve cocktails, wines, beers, and ciders. The James Beard Foundation awarded Cure with Outstanding Bar Program in 2018. Cure opens all day in the week from 4 p.m.
Aim to provide a room for every form of artistic expression, Gasa Gasa is a place for art exhibitions, live music, film screening, and more. They provide a bar with tasty food and drinks. They have a mural on the side of the building which is often used as a backdrop for Instagram posts.
Ancora serves authentic pizzas baked in a hand-crafted oven from Italy. Aside from pizza, they offer gnocchi, meatballs, and desserts for you to enjoy. The restaurant is open from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday through Saturday.
A festival with food, entertainment, and local businesses takes place every spring at Freret. Have a taste of locally produced items sold here, or savor the dishes cooked by hundreds of skilled chefs.
Unfortunately, this year Freret Street Festival is postponed due to the COVID-19 situation. The festival is planned to be held in 2022. Further information will be announced.
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