I feel like funkin’ it up.

St. Roch has been a working class, low-income section of town for about 50 years. While this neighborhood is transforming and seeing more renovations happen, it’s still extremely affordable. They do have that high end food court on St. Claude, but you can see the real guts of the neighborhood when you venture further in. This area was originally called Faubourg Franklin, which I would prefer over the current nickname, the “New Marigny.” In the 1920’s, St. Roch was considered a laid back, racially diverse, residential section of town. With the construction for the interstate split, we saw the neighborhood decline for a period of time. It’s a great time to be alive & watch its resurgence.

Average Home Prices in St. Roch (Updated: 06/17/2018)

Single Family: $213k
Condo: No Sales
Multi-Family: $245k

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St. Roch Essentials

Police Station - 5th District

3900 N. Claiborne
504-658-6050
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Fire Station - Squirt 27

2118 Elysian Fields
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Danny’s Food store

2101 Elysian Fields
504-944-4200

St. Roch Market

2381 St. Claude Ave.
504-609-3813
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St. Roch Improvement Association

website

McCue Playground

2601 Franklin
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St. Roch Playground

1800 St. Roch
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Leslie's Picks in St. Roch

Sammy's

Restaurant

3000 Elysian Fields
504-947-0675
website

Melba's

Restaurant

1525 Elysian Fields
504-267-7765
website

Kebab

Restaurant

2315 St. Claude Ave.
504-383-4328

Siberia

Bar

2227 St. Claude Ave.

website

Hi-Ho Lounge

Bar

2239 St. Claude
504-945-4446
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St. Roch Tavern

Bar

1200 St. Roch
504-945-0194

Avenue Bar

Bar

1939 Franklin Ave.
504-948-4437

Celebration Distillation: Old New Orleans Rum

Distillery

2815 Frenchmen
504-945-9400
website

St. Roch’s Camp Santo

Cemetery

1725 St. Roch Ave.



St. Roch Neighborhood Photos