Fontainebleau New Orleans
Tucked into the larger University area of Uptown, Fontainebleau New Orleans is a majority home owner neighborhood. Some of the large homes have been converted into condos, but the most popular architecture includes raised cottages with an Arts & Crafts influence and raised basement homes.
Typical homes have 3 bedrooms, 1 or 2 baths, and around 2,000 square feet of living area. That doesn’t mean that you won’t find small condos or large, luxury properties, though. Versailles Boulevard has an amazing collection of large homes that sit on larger than average lots for the area. Most houses have off street parking in driveways, but garages are rarely found here.
On the Carrollton edge of the neighborhood, the St. Charles streetcar line provides easy access to public transportation.
What’s in Fontainebleau?
- Private security patrol
- Notre Dame Seminary
- Dominican High School
- Felipe’s Mexican Taqueria
- Ted’s Frostop Diner (one of our favorite local burger joints – try the milkshakes!)
- Mid City Pizza
- The Kupcake Factory
- Riccobono’s Panola St Cafe (breakfast and coffee cafe)
- Sav-A-Lot Grocery Store
- Plum Street Snoballs
On the upper edge of the neighborhood, you’ll also find Rock ‘n Bowl, a great place for live music, bowling and the occasional celebrity sighting.
Why do residents love Fontainebleau?
Check out their Nextdoor site, where area residents were polled and came up with convenience, walkability, charm, architecture, and dog friendly as some of the reasons they choose the neighborhood. Or visit the Fontainebleau Improvement Association website for information about joining the neighborhood association.
Walk Score = 64
Bike Score = 68