The log cabin on Bonnabel Boulevard!
The Perfect Home Base for a Commuter
A NOLA Mood Board
Old Metairie. Yeah. It Really is Old!
The Good Life is Living in Old Metairie!
A variety of wonderful shops dot the area (Sorellas Boutique, Relish, Phina Boutique), along with grocery options both familiar nationally and known for their local charm (Langenstein’s and Canseco’s Metairie Market). Don’t feel like cooking tonight? The New Orleans area is world famous for taste-tempting dining options, and Old Metairie has carved out its own place in this storied legacy with Brasa Churrasqueria, Rock-n-Sake Bar & Sushi, Zocalo Cantina Mexicana & Cantina, Byblos and Blue Line Sandwich Co., among many, many others.
There’s more, much more to do. From really good coffee shops like Royal Blend and Moxie to hometown and national banks, great neighborhood schools to some of the best snowballs at Sal's Sno-Ball Stand, I literally don’t have to leave if I don’t want to. My workout studio is on Metairie Road (The Pilates and Yoga Loft), I peruse fantastic furniture stores, and go for walks with or without my pooch at Pontiff Playground – and it’s all just steps away, under a canopy of gorgeous oaks. Old Metairie is a must-see for anyone in search of all this area’s charms in a quieter neighborhood setting.
If you’re interested in a home in Old Metairie, contact Liz Wood: Not only is Liz an Old Metairie expert, she’s a resident too!