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Reviewed December 7, 2014

Open air market , resturants , bars and lots of venders! So much to see and do! I loved it! From one end to the other it was food , music and fun. Lots of good prices but alot of the stuff comes from China so don't be expecting things from the area

Thank Linda C
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Reviewed December 6, 2014

My favorite street for music in New Orleans...Walter Wolman Washington, 9 years on thursday nights at dba and more...

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Reviewed December 6, 2014

Its got good food, bars and restaurants but more important great music. Also street is much cleaner and does not stink like Bourbon street.

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Reviewed December 5, 2014

After multiple trips by our group to New Orleans we were lucky to have been recommended to Frenchman Street as an alternative to Bourbon Street for an evening of music. Bourbon street is really a raunchy mess and those of us in the 50 something age group avoid it at all cost. Frenchman street is only 3 blocks long but has many nice clubs with great music, drinks and a civilized clientele. There is even an artisan flea market that stays open til midnight (not sure which nights) with nice souvenirs and gifts. Check out the Spotted Cat for some great jazz music in a cozy atmosphere.

Thank Kate C
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Reviewed December 5, 2014

We were told by locals that this is the place to go for true New Orleans jazz. It was very eclectic and had outdoor artisans selling merchandise.

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