Love Letter to NEW ORLEANS


I've never been to a place where I understood what the word, 'celebration' really means in action. New Orleans is a very special place. Filled with colour, excitement, soulful spirit, creativity and great vibes. When the sun comes out, it puts a smile on the entire city, and the background sound of Jazz surrounds you, making you truly switch on to a present time and start cruising. 

Having the privilege to visit New Orleans six times, I am blessed to have seen the town in various stages, meet lots of fun locals, taste some incredibly creative food and, of course, to fully explore different neighbourhoods.


One element that is truly unique about NOLA is a sense of community. Having done different business deals with various individuals, there is a continuous spirit that everybody gets to get some of the pie. If someone doesn't get a lucky break at this time, their turn is coming and they are OK with it. Sense of belonging and support for one another is just incredibly special.


This town has seen it all. Some parts are still rough and covered with the hurt that mother nature has brought upon them, but the real beauty is in the souls of the people living there.

Here is my quick guide to funky restaurants, heart-warming cafes and must see sites in this great city!



N E W  O R L E A N S

During my six times visiting the city, I mainly explored Warehouse District, all of French Quarter including Frenchmen Street, Bay water, Mid City and Lower Garden District. 



Recommendations by ninety86


Best Coffee Spots:

Best Hotels

  • Ace Hotel
  • Old 77


  • Bikram Yoga New Orleans on Julia Street
  • Downtown Fitness Centre
  • Crescent City Crossfit
  • Tour Cycle Studio
  • Barretiste
  • Surf Class

New Orleans Bucket List:

Places for Food:

  • Boucherrie
  • Ace Hotel

Local Cousine:

  • Poy Boy
  • Jambalaya

Great Bars:

  • Cane and Table

Going out:

  • Frenchmen: Blue Nile
  • Preservation Hall


  • The Presbytère
  • Plantation