Listed below are some things to do, see, eat, and experience in both Key West and New Orleans!
Mr. B's Bistro - Fine Dining
Mr. B's Menu offers authentic Creole food prepared
by longtime Executive Chef Michelle McRaney.
Chef McRaney uses only the freshest, local ingredients
available. Try the Sunday Jazz Brunch!
Acme Oyster House - Casual Dining
Since 1910. A trip to NOLA is not complete until you try Acme.
Authentic New Orleans style seafood and other classic
Cajun and Creole dishes, served with a side of fun.
The Monteleone Hotel and Carousel Bar - Hotel & Carousel Bar
A long time New Orleans favorite. The Carousel Bar opens
inside the historic Hotel Monteleone, becoming New Orleans’
first and only rotating bar. Its carousel theme and unique
design is a treat for the young-at-heart.
Tipitina's - Music
Established in 1977, Tipitina’s is a world famous music
venue located at the corner of Napoleon Avenue
and Tchoupitoulas Street in Uptown New Orleans. Everyone
who has made it in NOLA has played here!
Clancy's Restaurant - Fine Dining
Award winning family owned fine dining restaurant established
in the late 1940's that specializes in elegant Creole classic cuisine.
They also feature an impressive wine & scotch selection
Rock-n-Sake Bar & Sushi - Casual Dining
Sushi restaurant and saki bar with a creative sushi menu, delicious
saki and a side of music! A warm and inviting environment
where they also offer sushi classes.
Napolean House - Casual Dining
Established back in 1914, it's a place that suspends you in time.
Located in the historical French Quarter this building has been
either an Italian grocery store or a restaurant with a
long list of Creole favorites.
Snake and Jake's Christmas Club Lounge - Dive Bar
It may not look like much from the outside, but S&J's
has been voted New Orleans' #1 Dive Bar many times over.
No trip to NOLA is complete without a stop here. Cheap drinks,
dog friendly and doesn't close until the sun comes up.
Frenchman Street - Entertainment
Frenchman Street is the center of nightlife and music in Nola.
Aside from the street performers scattered about, it's venues
offer live performances ranging from blues and jazz to
reggae and rock. An absolute must do!
Parkway Bakery & Tavern - Casual Dining
Family run restaurant since 1911 and home to the famous
shrimp poor boy sandwich. This New Orleans restaurant is an
icon in Nola and a must do while in town. Don't forget to try
the photo booth while there!New Orleans Streetcar Line - Transit, Adventure
There are 5 streetcar lines in New Orleans.
The St. Charles Historic Streetcar line is the oldest
continuously operating streetcar line in the world and
has been in operation since 1835. Definitely a must do
when visiting New Orleans.
Shots & Giggles - Bar
A local's bar with a large wine selection that is always
welcoming towards tourists. Cold beer, sports, wine and puppies!!
Indoor & outdoor seating areas. Don't forget to stop by on Mermaid
Monday for a $5 Mermaid Margarita.
Tattoos & Scars Saloon - Bar
Late night local's bar open every day of the year until 4am.
Sports, cheap drinks, pool table, and other games available to play.
From motorcycles hanging from the ceiling to rock music blasting
through the speakers, this is a cool late night spot
for anyone visiting Key West.
Hot Tin Roof - Fine Dining, Sunset
Award winning restaurant on Duval Street. Inspired by Tennessee
Williams’ most famous play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Serving conch
fusion cuisine, a blend of tastes from Florida and the Caribbean.
Try to get outdoor seating for a view overlooking the Key West Harbor.
Martin's - Fine Dining, Happy Hour
Marin's menu features European sophistication with a touch of the tropics.
Choose to sit in the dining, lounge or garden area during their
famous happy hour to get half off drinks, tapas and appetizers.
Green Parrot - Bar, Live Music
Named #3 best bar in the US, the Green Parrot is a Key West
icon that was established in 1890. They feature some of the best
live music acts from North America from all walks of music. Be
sure to check out their live cams on their website before you go!
Sunset Pier - Sunset, Music, Casual Dining
Nestled between Key West Harbor and adjacent to the famed
Mallory Square, Sunset Pier is the best place in Key West
to enjoy waterfront dining. Sunset Pier also offers nightly
music and dancing, as well as the best seat in town for
Key West's famed sunset celebrations.
Tavern N' Town - Fine Dining, Happy Hour
Menu choices range from steakhouse favorites to the
incomparable seafood bounty that has brought visitors
to Key West for generations. Be sure to sit in front of the Tapas
Theater Kitchen, where you can watch as the chefs embellish
international favorites with the unique flavors of Old Key West.
Mary Ellen's Bar - Casual Dining, Bar
Upbeat watering hole with a cool vibe and late night eats.
Famous for their gourmet grilled cheese and tomato soup.
Live music or DJ's playing nightly, with fun events such as
the Drunken Spelling Bee or the Vibrator Races for charity.
MisoHappy - Sushi
Located on Duval Street serving the freshest sushi along with
traditional and regional Thai cuisine. Friendly, exceptional service
with a warm, laid back vibe. Be sure to check out the
chef's' shashimi selections.
Fury Water Adventures - Water Activities
Key West’s most popular attraction is the crystal blue waters
surrounding our island paradise. Fury offers reef snorkeling,
glass bottom boats, sunset sails, jet ski tours, parasailing,
and the ultimate tour that includes the outdoor water park.
Key West Adventures - Transit, Adventure
A unique island car rental company where you
can rent jeeps, Polaris Slingshots, electric vehicles and
and mini convertibles. Perfect for driving down US-1
with the top down or over the 7 mile bridge.