Performing arts admirers will find French Quarter a comfortable setting with theater and dance venues, such as Komenka Ethnic Dance & Music.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
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Enjoy a fulfilling meal at Sekisui Samurai and make a pit stop after at Harem for drinks. Residents can choose from either pizza or deli snacks. Stop in at Razzoo Bar & Patio for a quick beer or head to Little Tropical Isle for a round of cocktails, and experience the neighborhood's local options. Additionally, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Arby's and Hard Rock Cafe. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
Stay fit (or get started) at one of French Quarter's nearby health clubs. Options include New Orleans Athletic Club and Downtown Fitness Ctr. As for other forms of recreation, boating is a splash at Air Boat Adventures.
For a more inclusive list of places to hang, drink and chill in French Quarter, browse the Yelp page.
French Quarter residents can shop multiple grocery stores to fill up on kitchen staples. Ruby Fruit and French Market Corp on Decatur St. are just a couple of options in the area. Head to Hot Chocolate, a bakery on Dumaine St., or swing by Meltdown Gourmet Popsicles, which is also in the area, and warm up to delicious baked goods and tasty treats. Furthermore, for household-name grocery stores, there's Smoothie King on Royal St.
For greater selection and value when shopping, French Quarter has department and factory-outlet stores, such as Road Kill and Crawdaddy & Co 3. In addition to that, French Quarter has many retailers for day-to-day shopping needs, including Its All About Me and Mah International Trade.
Cost of Living and Select Demographics
Is French Quarter the right neighborhood for you? A look at your future neighbors' expenditures might help you make a decision. French Quarter (where the average household spends $66.0K/year) is less affordable than other places nearby. For instance, residents in Cbd spend $50.0K/year.
The neighborhood of Cbd is somewhat different from French Quarter in terms of median age, although they are more comparable relative to household sizes and the number of households with children. The median age in French Quarter is 29, while in Cbd it's 25. In French Quarter, the average household size is 1.37 people, and it's 1.34 people in Cbd. Of households in French Quarter and Cbd, 2% and 0% have children, respectively.
At $90.0K, the average income level in French Quarter is significantly higher than that of Cbd's, which stands at $61.1K.