Metairie

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Though closely associated with its famous neighbor, Metairie largely developed as a 20th century alternative to the Old World ways of New Orleans. The upscale Old Metairie community boasts many 1920s-era homes and high-end boutiques, while much else in Metairie evolved along familiar American suburban patterns of family living and convenience. Veterans Memorial Boulevard forms a long, broad route lined with restaurants and retailers of all description, including Lakeside Shopping Center, one of the region's largest malls. The dense and diverse collection of bars and restaurants in a part of town called Fat City serves as the nightlife center. The New Orleans Zephyrs minor league baseball plays at a stadium adjacent to the headquarters and training facility of the New Orleans Saints. A long roster of Mardi Gras parades transforms the suburban streets each year, while Metairie recently added a youth-oriented, weekend-long festival called Family Gras to the carnival calendar.

Metairie Tourism Resources

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    City: Metairie
    4 Galleria Blvd. Metairie, LA 70001
    We offer luxurious accommodations, flexible meeting space, convenient location and outstanding guest service. Club floor, 24-hour business center, pool and fitness center. Restaurant serving...
    City: Metairie
    Helios Ave Metairie, LA 70005
    Books of all types available- We specialize in providing reading material to students that are required to read certain novels all year long.  Students receive a discount on the purchase of...
    City: Metairie
    Breton Sound, Serigne's Marina Metairie, LA 70003
    Sight fishing, redfish and other inshore species; fly fishing or light spinning tackle.
    City: Metairie
    2730 N. Causeway Blvd. Metairie, LA 70002
    7 miles from French Quarter/Superdome & Airport. 2 blks shop/rest's. Non-smoking rooms available. Free park/cont. brkfst. Pool, guest laundry. Group rates.
    City: Metairie
    6600 Airline Drive Metairie, LA 70003
    Urban park featuring public baseball quadraplex, soccer fields, jogging path, fitness area, nature boardwalk, agrarian garden and outdoor environmental classroom. The park is adjacent to Zephyr...
    City: Metairie
    8855 Veterans Memorial Blvd Metairie, LA 70003
    Family entertainment center featuring a 7000 Square foot 2 story Laser Tag arena, large arcade, miniature bowling, Spin Zone bumper cars, Lazer Frenzy, the largest HDTV in the area. Open for walk...
    City: Metairie
    6660 Riverside Dr Metairie, LA 70003
    New Orleans guide to hotels, restaurants, tours & attractions including online reservations booked direct (no 3rd party), interactive map and reviews. Visit BestNewOrleansHotels.com;...
    City: Metairie
    5900 Veterans Blvd. Metairie, LA 70003
    The La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie features clean spacious rooms that come with free wireless high-speed Internet access, a coffee maker, iron/board, hair dryer, data port telephones...
    City: Metairie
    711 Phosphor Ave. Metairie, LA 70005
    Bayous, plantations and more. Only the best sightseeing tours, tour guiding, itineraries and destination services. Your one-stop-shop to make your trip or meeting in New Orleans and the surrounding...

Though closely associated with its famous neighbor, Metairie largely developed as a 20th century alternative to the Old World ways of New Orleans. The upscale Old Metairie community boasts many 1920s-era homes and high-end boutiques, while much else in Metairie evolved along familiar American suburban patterns of family living and convenience. Veterans Memorial Boulevard forms a long, broad route lined with restaurants and retailers of all description, including Lakeside Shopping Center, one of the region's largest malls. The dense and diverse collection of bars and restaurants in a part of town called Fat City serves as the nightlife center. The New Orleans Zephyrs minor league baseball plays at a stadium adjacent to the headquarters and training facility of the New Orleans Saints. A long roster of Mardi Gras parades transforms the suburban streets each year, while Metairie recently added a youth-oriented, weekend-long festival called Family Gras to the carnival calendar.

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