Berta’s & Mina’s Antiquities
This cluttered gallery, with paintings seemingly tumbling out onto the sidewalk, specializes in regional folk art, especially the works...
Whether you're looking to learn wine history, knife skills or hands-on seafood prep, Savvy's got it.
Cole Pratt Gallery
Contemporary Southern artists are showcased in this fine-art gallery. Paintings here might include Lea Barton’s earthy abstractions or...
Calling Ms Mae’s a dive is like calling the Pacific Ocean a body of water; it’s technically true, but kind of misses the spirit of the...
La Petite Grocery
La Petite is one of the many cozy bistros squeezed into the crowded Uptown dining scene. The dinners are good but not great for the...
Lonely Planet review
One of New Orleans’ better small neighborhood joints, Ignatius does standbys like alligator po’boys and red beans and rice very well, if not exceptionally. Brunch is the main draw, especially omelets groaning under crab meat and crawfish étouffée.