B & W Courtyards
A New Orleans Bed and Breakfast
This boutique New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of New Orleans' historic Faubourg Marigny, adjacent to the French Quarter, 4 blocks to the Historic French Market, an easy walk to Bourbon Street, and three blocks from the Frenchmen Street jazz clubs.
2425 Chartres Street 
New Orleans, LA 70117
(800) 585-5731 or(504) 322-0474
This New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is a collection of 1854 French Creole Cottages divided by courtyards, an award winning French Quarter and Creole architectural restoration. Tom and Dana are only the fourth owners of this property since 1854. In 1995, this French Quarter style Creole building was renovated to become a unique Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans.
Here are some helpful links for planning your trip to New Orleans. If you have any questions about certain festivals or happenings around the city, feel free to ask us for any recommendations or clarifications.

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Music Links
The music scene in New Orleans is second to none, and B&W Courtyards is right in the middle of the scene. Use these links to find the music you want to hear while you're in town.  Remember anything listed in the French Quarter or Marigny Neighborhoods is only a short walk from our B&B.

Offbeat Magazine
OffBeat Magazine
Local publication that covers all of the local music, cultural, and culinary scenes.  Eclectic, and a great resource for anyone who wants to see New Orleans through the eyes of a local.  
WWOZ New Orleans Radio
WWOZ Radio Online
90.7 on the local dials, WWOZ is a nonprofit local radio station that is dedicated to preserving the unique music of New Orleans.  Local acts, blues, jazz, and everything that constitutes New Orleans' music can be heard here.
New Orleans weekly that describes events and other happenings around the city.

Cuisine Links
As a cultural hub between Europe, the Caribbean, and North America, New Orleans Cuisine blends a variety of traditions to create its own unique tradition that is second to none. Even after the oil spill, Louisiana's seafood is as safe to eat as ever. Check out these blogs to find exactly where to satisfy your desire for New Orleans' signature gumbo and seafood dishes.
Nola Foodie
A Great resource for learning about New Orleans Cuisine.  Everything from recipes to travel guides for the hungry Visitor.
Tom Fitzmorris NOMenus.com
The leading independent food critic for all restaurants in New Orleans.  Star ranking system for virtually every place to eat in the city and surrounding areas.
Calendar of Events In New Orleans
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The Official Site of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, New Orleans Newspaper