After recognizing 16 of New Orleans’s best neighborhoods, Curbed Cup 2017 is almost over. But not without its most anticipated round.
Earlier this month, underdog Bayou St. John overtook the Marigny and former Curbed Cup Champion Algiers Point. But that winning streak came to a halt. On Wednesday, Bayou St. John lost to the Lower Garden District by 33 points.
2016 Curbed Cup Runner-up Mid-City dunked on the Bywater neighborhood with a 55-point lead. Now, will Mid-City continue to garner that massive support? Only time will tell.
For the next few days the two remaining neighborhoods will face off for the title rights of Curbed Cup 2017. The polls will remain open until January 2, 2018.
Let the final round commence. And let the best neighborhood win.