Safe and secure, Race & Religious is nestled along the riverfront of the Lower Garden District, between the Convention Center and the world-renown shopping of Magazine Street. Offering 6,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor floor-space (4,000 indoor), Race & Religious is comprised of two masonry homes built in the 1830′s: a two-story Creole cottage facing Religious Street, and a three-story Greek-revival rowhouse facing Race Street. A hallmark of the property, the “Slave Quarter” is a free-standing two-story lounge with a downstairs bar. The grounds feature a fountain-surrounded pool, ample flora, and large brick courtyards, lit by the flicker of gas lamps. Additionally, the space includes two commercially-equipped kitchens, working fireplaces, interior and exterior speakers, balconies overlooking the courtyard and downtown New Orleans, and the option of three bedrooms, comfortably sleeping from four to ten.