Food & Drink
Cure 4905 Freret St.
Traditionally cocktail bars have been bastions of civility and sophistication. Different from saloons where the point was to become inebriated rapidly and economically, the cocktail bar was a place where ladies and gentlemen went to socialize in a productive and cultured way. Inspired by the historical period when cocktails grew out of medicine and home remedies, our idea at Cure is to reintroduce our guests to another time where the experience of having a cocktail and a bite to eat was both healthful and enjoyable.
Dat Dog 5030 Freret St.
Dat Dog’s menu may be minimal, the taste is anything but, especially given the range of sausage choices and condiments. Dat Dog retains the ambiance of a globetrotting hot dog joint while giving a nod to local flavor with Louisiana hot sausage, Louisiana smoked sausage, alligator sausage, and crawfish sausage.
The new location features an expanded beer + wine menu.
Freret Market, LLC 4530 Freret St.
The Freret Market is held at the intersection of Freret Street and Napoleon Avenue. The market is split up along three category lines: food, art, and flea. Besides all of the great shopping every week, the market also hosts local restaurants serving up their unique cuisine, live music, and a kids area.
The Freret Market is a place for neighbors to meet, a place to relax and find a unique item, and an important part of the renaissance on Freret Street. Please come and enjoy everything the Freret Market has to offer. Come sell your stuff. Come shop. Most importantly, come enjoy yourself!
Freret PubliQ House 4528 Freret St.
A Cocktail+Pub & Live Entertainment Venue providing a wide range in spirits, specialty cocktails, craft brew and wine. A relaxed social scene with a funky feel and eclectic décor offering a mixture of local artistry, comedy-entertainers and musicians homegrown and abroad. A place locals view in sync with our city’s communal and cultural heritage, while visiting patrons enjoy an authentic New Orleans neighborhood bar and venue experience with a progressive twist.
Freret St. Poboy’s & Donuts 4701 Freret St.
Serving breakfast and lunch, this restaurant serves home cooked plate meals from scratch. The Poboy’s for lunch are stuffed with seafood and the Roast Beef is tender and juicy. The daily donuts and pastries are hot and fresh every morning. Indoor and outdoor café style seating. Payment Accepted: Cash, MasterCard, Visa, MasterCard, Visa
Gasa Gasa 4920 Freret St.
Coming soon. Live music venue in the planning!
Music – Community – Art
High Hat Cafe 4500 Freret St.
“The bayou meets the Delta,” is how Chef Garcia described High Hat’s sensibility. “Catfish, tamales, po-boys, gumbo, pimento cheese. They have seven or eight different sides – smoky black-eyed peas, hush puppies. It’s a family restaurant, very neighborhood oriented, very affordable.” Full service bar.
Liberty Cheesesteaks 5031 Freret St.
Liberty Cheesesteaks is a locally owned and operated business founded in 2012 to introduce New Orleans to a proper Philly Cheesesteak experience by combining the best locally sourced ingredients with the founders’ service industry backgrounds and Philly roots.
As our “Philly grown, NOLA home” slogan suggests, Liberty Cheesesteaks makes its home at 5301 Freret Street in New Orleans proper. We picked our location on Freret Street because we wanted to be a part of the resurgence of this uptown neighborhood. We felt an obligation to continue the momentum.
Midway Pizza 4725 Freret St.
Origami 5130 Freret St.
Mitsuko Tanner, Thuan Vu, and Steve Nguyen had a dream to create the best Japanese Restaurant in New Orleans, and after many years of honing their skills in the best sushi restaurants throughout the city, the three decided it was finally time to open their own New Orleans sushi restaurant, Origami. Together they apply their vast and varied knowledge to do what they do best, create exquisite edible art that tastes even better than it looks. Their philosophy is simple; supply the freshest and best ingredients, pay attention to the small details, and provide their guest with the finest contemporary Japanese food in New Orleans.
Pure Cake 5035 Freret St.
Cake is our passion – plain and simple. We created Pure Cake with the goal of bringing together all of the best elements of baking and cake design, making edible art that is as breathtaking as it is delicious. All of our cakes, fillings and buttercreams are made from scratch, using the freshest and highest quality ingredients available. You won’t find any cake mixes, pre-made fillings or lard-based frostings in our shop! Wedding cakes, mini cakes and cake pops!
The Company Burger 4600 Freret St.
Burgers, Beer, Sides- Sandwiched between locally-baked, buttery toasted hamburger buns, our antibiotic-free, hormone-free beef patties are served with onions from a local farmers market, house-made bread & butter pickle slices and melted American cheese.
Village Coffee and Tea 5335 Freret St.
Village Coffee House… 1 cup pure coffee love, 1 heaping cup of food love, stir in a handful of friends, garnish with music and art to taste and ENJOY! If you love coffee, then Village Coffee is the place for you!
Oven baked paninis, soup, fresh salads and healthy breakfast choices. To place a lunch order for carry out, please call (504) 861-1909.
None of our salads or sandwiches are pre-made. Please allow us 5 – 10 minutes for preparation. Any catering order should be placed the day before pick up.
Wayfare 4510 Freret St.
Wayfare is inspired by a desire for the finest and freshest ingredients. We intend to make the sandwich something more – to perfect the art of sandwich making. To up the ante, so to speak. House made jams, spreads, and mustards add just the right touch of sophistication to this household staple. Our unique side items, a seasonal soup and salad menu, and a selection of Charcuterie and cheese plates make the perfect bite of everything.