Michalopoulos has become one of New Orleans’ most popular painters in recent years, in part on the strength of his best-selling Jazz...
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...
Williams Research Center
If you have specific queries about almost anything New Orleans, the staff here can help. The archives contain more than 350,000 images...
The Chart Room is simply a great bar. There’s a historical patina on the walls, creaky furniture inside, outdoor seating for...
The name means 'South of Bourbon.' The food? Hard to pin, but uniformly excellent. The chefs play with a concept that mixes Louisiana...
310 Chartres St · interesting places nearby
You shouldn’t reduce our review of Bacco to three words, but these are three very important words: 10-(freakin’)-cent martinis. That’s what’s going on for lunch here, and as a result, we can happily say Bacco does a very fun lunch. It also does good dinners, come to think of it; it’s all of the upscale Italian school plopped into New Orleans. Fresh basil accents a pesto served with shrimp and bow-tie pasta, while Louisiana asserts itself in hickory-grilled redfish topped by lump crabmeat. And you know what makes it all better? Ten-cent martinis.