1850 House Museum
The 1850 House is one of the apartments in the lower Pontalba Building. Madame Micaëla Pontalba, daughter of Don Andrés Almonaster y...
Friends of the Cabildo
These excellent walking tours are led by knowledgeable (and often funny) docents who will give you a great primer on the history of the...
Within its shopping arcades of forgettable souvenirs, it’s easy to forget that for centuries this was the great bazaar and pulsing...
Molly’s at the Market
A cop, a reporter and a tourist walk into a bar. That's not a joke, just a good description of the eclectic clientele you get at this...
Irene’s is a romantic gem, tucked in a corner that's generally missed by travelers. Not that it's easy to miss, given the overwhelming...
923 Decatur St · interesting places nearby
Central Grocery information
There are a few New Orleans names inextricably linked to a certain dish, and Central Grocery is the word-association winner for the muffuletta. That’s pronounced ‘muffa-lotta,’ and the name about sums it up: your mouth will be muffled by a hell of a lotta sandwich, stuffed with meat, cheese and sharp olive salad.
This is a real grocery by the way, one of the last neighborhood vestiges of the New Orleans Sicilian community, and the fresh Italian produce is a draw on its own.