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Types of Homes in the Metairie Neighborhood

The Metairie neighborhood of New Orleans is renowned for its diversity in housing styles, reflecting the rich architectural history of the region. From grand Southern mansions to charming Shotguns, the homes in Metairie are as unique as the city itself. A notable feature of Metairie is the collection of Mid-Century Modern homes, known for their clean lines and functional design. On the other end of the spectrum are the traditional Creole cottages, with their steep roofs, large porches, and vibrant color palettes. Regardless of style, each home in Metairie tells a story of the unique cultural blend that is New Orleans. Metairie is most well-known for its classic neighborhoods and fantastic shopping. The homes offer a unique blend of suburban comfort with a New Orleans flavor. There are beautiful homes of all varieties here, as well as both spacious and sparing property sizes. Residents from all over the area, from the West Bank to the North Shore of Lake Ponchartrain, use Metairie as a shopping destination.

Things to Do

Metairie is not only a residential area but also a hub of activities and attractions for both locals and tourists. The neighborhood is home to the famous Lakeside Shopping Center, offering a wealth of shopping opportunities. For those interested in outdoor activities, Lafreniere Park provides a lush green space for picnics, jogging, and bird-watching. Additionally, Metairie hosts the popular Mardi Gras festivities, providing a family-friendly alternative to the larger citywide celebrations. From shopping to nature walks to festivals, Metairie is brimming with things to do. During Mardi Gras season, there are many parades in Metairie, and the celebrations hosted here are called “Family Gras” and are popular with local residents. Parade goers enjoy the floats and high school marching bands amidst the cries of “throw me something mister!” Metairie also provides many recreational opportunities for its residents. The Zephyr’s, a minor league baseball team, make their home base in Metairie, playing at Zephyr Field. The games are well attended, fans enjoying not only the baseball, but the food, drinks, and live entertainment that often accompany, making it a complete event.

Places to Eat

The culinary scene in Metairie is just as diverse as its architecture. The neighborhood boasts several local favorites serving Creole and Cajun dishes, embodying the rich flavors of Southern cuisine. Drago’s Seafood Restaurant is renowned for its charbroiled oysters, while Joe's Cafe is a go-to for its signature po'boys and donuts. For those with a global palate, Vega Tapas Cafe serves Mediterranean dishes in a cozy setting. Whether you're craving classic Southern comfort, fresh seafood or international fare, Metairie has a menu to suit every taste.


Education is a top priority in Metairie, with a range of schools catering to different age groups and educational needs. The neighborhood is home to several well-regarded public schools, including Metairie Academy for Advanced Studies and Haynes Academy School for Advanced Studies. Aside from public institutions, Metairie also offers several reputable private schools such as St. Angela Merici School. The presence of these esteemed institutions demonstrates Metairie’s commitment to providing quality education for its residents, further enhancing the allure of this vibrant neighborhood.

Your Metairie Real Estate Agent

Are you searching for real estate listings in Metairie? Jason Lapene Real Estate specializes in helping you find homes for sale in Metairie, Louisiana. As experienced Metairie Realtors, we can provide you with valuable information about the local market. Feel free to contact us for details on Metairie schools and nearby amenities such as restaurants, things to do and airports.