Michalopoulos has become one of New Orleans’ most popular painters in recent years, in part on the strength of his best-selling Jazz...
Louisiana State Bank
Federal-style architecture, with its restrained grace and Classic Roman references, may not be representative of the New Orleans...
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...
What’s the gimmick at this smart-looking bar inside the historic Monteleone hotel? It spins. There are no bobbing seats or toot-toot...
In a shaded patio setting with a view of Royal St, this intimate cafe serves small meals over the counter. French-style omelets stuffed...
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Green Goddess information
Down a quiet alley off the Quarter, the Green Goddess is not only part of Nola's current mixologist craze (blueberry, basil, black pepper and jalapeño martini, anyone?) but is a global fusion godsend when you just can't bear another plate of red beans and rice. Not that an Irish porter cheddar grilled cheese melted with pear butter is any healthier, but it sure does send your taste buds on a welcomed journey elsewhere.