Where is Your Honor filmed? The House and the City Filming Location

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The Showtime limited series Your Honor is set and was filmed in New Orleans, showing some magnificent filming locations of the Crescent City.

This is the first series starring Bryan Cranston since Breaking Bad finished, and both thrillers have a lot in common.

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Cranston plays judge Michael Desiato, whose son Adam (Hunter Doohan) accidentally runs over Rocco Baxter, the son of a New Orleans preeminent gangster.

Here is our complete and spoiler-free guide to the filming locations of Your Honor.

Lafayette Cemetery No. 1
Your Honor opens with Michael jogging through the historic Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, where his wife is buried.

Located in the Garden District neighborhood, this beautiful 19th-century burial ground with name of French perfume contains many tombs and mausoleums of great architectural significance.

The cemetery has been featured in several productions like the AMC post-apocalyptic series Into the Badlands.
(You can open all the locations on Google Maps by clicking on the links below in the captions ↴)
Image courtesy of Showtime - Map

The Desiato house
In Episode 8, the address of the Desiato home is printed on a piece of mail addressed to Adam: 1309 7th Street in the Garden District.

The house is located just one block away from Lafayette Cemetery No. 1.
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Your Honor court
The courthouse is the Orleans Parish District Court, hosted in the impressive building of large corridors pictured in the series.
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Your Honor house
The Jimmy Baxter family home (played by Michael Stuhlbarg) is located at 100 Audubon Boulevard, a fancy tree-lined street of New Orleans.

According to Zillow, this 6360 square foot mansion built in 1920 with 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms has an estimated market value of $2,300,000.

The house location from The Perfect Date Netflix movie was also filmed here in this exclusive street.
Image courtesy of Showtime - Map

Overpass in New Orleans
Almost every movie or series set in NOLA, including the new Russell Crowe's film Unhinged or the Netflix production The Lovebirds, have a sequence showing the Crescent City Connection, the iconic twin bridges over the Mississippi River.

The lower pic is from the scene at the end of the first episode when Michael dumps the remainder of evidence over the Claiborne Avenue Bridge in the middle of the night.
Image courtesy of Showtime - Maps: Greater Nola Bridge / Claiborne Bridge

Lower Ninth Ward house
Kofi Jones's family house is located at 5700 Royal St, near the old water tower in the Lower Ninth Ward.

This distinctive New Orleans neighborhood, featuring many beautiful 19th-century buildings, experienced catastrophic flooding during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
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Your Honor drehorte
The convenience store is Ya-Ya's Auto Repair and Painting at 2550 N Prieur St in the St. Roch neighborhood.

However, the next scene was filmed a bit far away from here; Adam runs Rocco over in the intersection of N Galvez St and Caffin Ave in the Lower Ninth Ward.
Image courtesy of CBS Studios - Maps: Store / Intersection

Claiborne Express Petrol station
The gas station is the Claiborne Express at 1249 N Claiborne Ave. The Professional Funeral Services sign is from a real funeral home in New Orleans.
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Robert's Bar and Liquor Store
The bar from the third episode is Robert's Bar and Liquor Store at 3125 Calhoun Street in Marlyville - Fontainebleau.
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Ted's Frostop Diner
The Ted's Frostop Diner, where Michael meets Charlie (played by Isiah Whitlock Jr.) at the beginning of the second episode, is located at 3100 Calhoun St in the Uptown area.
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Metairie Cemetery scene
In episode 3, Rocco Baxter is buried in the monumental Metairie Cemetery, which is not located in the city of Metairie, but in New Orleans' Lakewood district.

This elegant 19th-century park was built over a former horse race track, and today still remains the original oval contours of the track itself.

Rocco's candlelight memorial in episode 4 was filmed at Sophie Wright Park, in the Lower Garden District.
Image courtesy of CBS Studios - Maps: Cemetery / Park

Baxter House
The Baxter House restaurant is the Belle Epoque-style Bourbon Orleans Hotel in French Quarter.

The white church in the background is St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. The interior dining room of the hotel in the last episode is the Rib Room at the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel, located three blocks away from there.
Image courtesy of CBS Studios - Maps: Hotel / Interior

MidCity Veterinary Hospital
The veterinary clinic of the 5th episode is real: The MidCity Veterinary Hospital is hosted in a lovely building located at 3821 Orleans Ave.
Image courtesy of CBS Studios - Map

Abandoned amusement park in New Orleans
In the 6th episode, the abandoned "Wonderland" park where Adam and Fia (played by Lilli Kay) sneak in is the Six Flags New Orleans near Little Woods.

The amusement park opened in the year 2000 but has been closed since 2005 when Hurricane Katrina flooded most of the facilities.

The complex was also featured in the Jamie Foxx movie Project Power, in Jurassic World, and an episode of the Claws series.
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Fair Grounds Race Course Slots
The 7th episode features scenes filmed at the Fair Grounds Race Course (pictured) and the Tad Gormley Stadium.

The bar where Michael has a drink with Sara LeBlanc (Lorraine Toussaint) is the Coquette restaurant at Magazine St and Washington Ave.
Image courtesy of CBS Studios - Maps: Horse racing spot / Stadium / Bar

Buffas Lounge Restaurant
The bar of the cool elliptical windows is Buffa's Lounge Restaurant Dive Bar, located at 1001 Esplanade Ave on the border of the French quarter since 1939.

On the other hand, Big Mo's house (the leader of the Desire gang played by Andrene Ward-Hammond) is located at 527 Flood Street in the Lower 9th ward.

Here is where she tests Eugene (Benjamin Flores Jr.) with the roll of cash and they have the barbeque after the funeral.
Image courtesy of CBS Studios - Maps: Bar / House

Your Honor restaurant
The 8th episode restaurant is the superb Commander's Palace at 1403 Washington Ave in the Garden District.

Since 1893, this famous eatery has been a New Orleans landmark known for serving quality Haute Creole cuisine in a charming Louisiana-style house.
Image courtesy of Google Maps

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1- Aubrey Smithwick - December 20, 2020 at 10:43 PM
What cemetery was used where Rocco Jones was supposed to be buried in?

2- Anonymous - December 21, 2020 at 6:44 PM
More please! What bar is at the beginning of Episode 3?

3- Aadrock83 - January 5, 2021 at 9:06 PM
This is amazing! Thank you. I’m planning a trip to cover this entire season of locations once the season wraps. This will be a HUGE help.

4- NolaGirl13 - January 1, 2021 at 8:01 PM
I’m actually from New Orleans, in love about 25 minutes away in Laplace currently. You have done a great job explaining these locations.

5- MVM - February 21, 2021 at 5:23 PM
Here is a correction for you! The Baxter House restaurant is actually The Rib Room at the Omni Royal Orleans on St. Louis. I believe the outside, hotel, and pool scenes are the Bourbon Orleans. Even the last scene in Chapter 10 is the Rib Room for sure because we have a wine cellar there that I can see in the background.

6- Anonymous - April 30, 2021 at 6:33 PM
I think the bad in episode 3 is Robert's Bar, next door to Frostop.


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