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Rue De La Course

A laptop-friendly space in New Orleans · More in New Orleans

The place is mostly quiet and plays classical music. They have lots of two seater tables which is nice so you can find a table to yourself and don't have to awkwardly approach someone to try and share space (unless of course awkward is your thing). The old bank vibe is pretty cool. They also have some tasty treats behind the counter if you're hankering for a bite.

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Avg. WiFi Speed 9 Mb/s Details
Last Reported WiFi Login Rue de la course |
Background Noise Moderate
Alcohol -
Group Seating
Outdoor Seating
Types of Seating Small tables
Accessible Outlets Good
Community Tags Outdoor Seating, Has Power
Food Options Muffins, bagels, and the like.
First Added March 2016
Last Updated February 2019

People are saying  

  • There are often many people working here, so everyone is very quiet and respects each others privacy. They play light classical music which helps me to focus. The upstairs area is my favorite to work at because they have a power outlet by every single table and there’s usually not many people up there. There is street parking, but you do pay $4 to park for 2 hours. The staff is very professional and the place is beautiful, located in a former bank building.

  • The wifi here is really slow, to the point that I have to leave just so I can work. There are about 20 tables downstairs and about 6 upstairs (all 2 seater tables) and of those, only about 4 have access to power. I do like the classical music playing, and the bank vibe but for working – not a good choice. This would be a good place for writing and reading (if you didn’t need wifi, or power!)

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