The Bywater New Orleans neighborhood sits downriver from the Marigny, bounded by the river, the Industrial Canal, and St. Claude Avenue. The Bywater has an urban hipster vibe with a vibrant art scene – with local artisans’ galleries, funky live music venues, and art markets, embodying the essence of these adjacent neighborhoods. The food scene here is mixed with trendy spots and locally founded, casual digs – take your pick. Explore the St. Claude Arts District, Crescent Park on the riverfront, and more. Over the past 10 years, the Bywater neighborhood has taken off. With quaint restaurants, unique artwork, and laid-back nightlife, the Bywater is a must-visit during any trip to New Orleans. The colorful neighborhood will catch your eye and give you a weekend full of interesting finds.
Some of the notable buildings and things to see in the Bywater include the Bywater Bakery, Crescent Park, Parleaux Beer Lab, Elizabeth’s, The Country Club, Bacchanal Wine, Red’s Chinese, Sneaky Pickle, Studio Be, Bywater American Bistro, The Music Box Village, N7, Saint-Germain, Pizza Delicious, Vaughan’s Lounge, and JAMNOLA.