Cole Pratt Gallery
Contemporary Southern artists are showcased in this fine-art gallery. Paintings here might include Lea Barton’s earthy abstractions or...
Berta’s & Mina’s Antiquities
This cluttered gallery, with paintings seemingly tumbling out onto the sidewalk, specializes in regional folk art, especially the works...
The Bulldog keeps a very respectable menu of microbrews served draught, which demands some respect. The best place to sink a pint or a...
Slim Goodie’s Diner
This hip retro diner, all overlaid with some punk-rock sensibility, was among the first restaurants to reopen after Hurricane Katrina,...
3637 Magazine St · interesting places nearby
Lilette is a lively little bistro with a very traditional European vibe, although tradition is not an obsession, as chef John Harris works wonders with familiar dishes, making them subtly new. Lunch here is a nice way to pass a Magazine St afternoon; the pulled pork sandwich in its own gravy is gorgeous. Dinner’s nice, too; start your meal with the white-truffle parmigiana toast with wild mushrooms, then pick from a solid lineup of mains, such as grilled hanger steak, which comes with fries and marrowed bordelaise sauce.