Gramercy is a small town located in St. James Parish, Louisiana, in the core of New Orleans Plantation country. The town is known for its annual Gramercy Bridge Bash, which features live music, food, and more.

Gramercy is also home to the Jambalaya Festival, which celebrates the area’s Cajun heritage. The area used to house the Colonial Sugar Refinery, which the National Parks and Service designated as the Colonial Sugar National Historic District.

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