Historic Voodoo Museum
Of the (many) voodoo museums in the French Quarter, this one is probably our favorite. The narrow corridors and dark rooms, stuffed with...
Artist David Harouni, a native of Iran, has lived and worked in New Orleans for several decades. He creates works of absorbing depth by...
Cathy Rose blends wonder, whimsy and ethereal aesthetics; her art has whiffs of Chagall – had the painter relocated onto the Mississippi...
Café Lafitte in Exile
This spot, with its huge video screens and mood lighting, doesn’t exactly feel historical, but it’s the oldest dedicated gay bar in the...
We wax rhapsodic over the Quarter’s beautiful backyard gardens, and Amelie’s, much beloved by locals, takes the cake. An alfresco...
900 Bourbon St · interesting places nearby
Clover Grill information
This popular spot near the gay end of Bourbon St resembles an Edward Hopper painting, in which the clientele consists of an out-of-makeup drag queen and a drunk club kid arguing to a background of blaring disco. The food is dependable diner fare: good for a hangover, or for those who can see the hangover approaching.