House of Blues
A Gallery for Fine Photography
This impressive gallery usually has prints such as William Henry Jackson’s early-20th-century views of New Orleans and EJ Bellocq’s rare...
Michalopoulos has become one of New Orleans’ most popular painters in recent years, in part on the strength of his best-selling Jazz...
Williams Research Center
Dedicated travelers and history heads should pop into the Williams Research Center ; if you have specific queries about almost anything...
A few doors down from the iconic House of Blues, a small auxiliary club, the Parish, features mostly local acts.
Olivier’s is run by an African American–Creole family that’s been in the restaurant business for five generations, passing down and...
225 Decatur St · interesting places nearby
House of Blues information
While venue-wise it’s only a little above average, in terms of acts, HOB may be the best place in the city for rock, alt-rock and alt-country. A full calendar of headliner acts, from the hottest local talent to major touring bands, makes this space a winner just about every night of the week. On Sunday morning HOB’s gospel brunch will fortify your soul. A few doors down, a small auxiliary club, the Parish, features mostly local acts.