15 Luxury Hotels You Can Book For Less Than $100/Night (Really!)
The Old No.77, New Orleans, Louisiana This recently opened destination is on the radar of every sophisticated dweller in the Big Easy. The Victorian-era coffee warehouse has traded its humble industrial interiors for an elevated look that screams hipster chic. Just three blocks from the French Quarter, the pet-friendly hotel also houses Compère Lapin, a buzzy Latin bistro headed by Top Chef alum Nina Compton. Rooms from $99, with a prepaying discount.
Pêche Seafood Grill, located at the corner of Magazine and Julia Streets in the Warehouse District, serves simply prepared coastal seafood with a unique, modern approach to old world cooking methods. Featuring rustic dishes prepared on an open hearth over hardwood coals, Pêche’s open kitchen offers a unique eye-level view of the fire. The oyster bar showcases gulf seafood including oysters, crab meat, and fresh gulf fish.
Juniper and Ivy, San Diego - Richard Blais apparently a fabulous new restaurant in san diego/little italy area...seasonal cuisine, seafood crude and clever cocktails in a renovated 100 yr old warehouse!