Gallier House Museum
Many New Orleans buildings owe their existence, either directly or by design, to James Gallier Sr and Jr, who added Greek-revivalist,...
This 1826 Greek-revival house is named for its two most famous former inhabitants. Confederate General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard...
One of the few surviving French Colonial buildings in New Orleans, this lovely convent is worth a tour for its architectural virtues and...
This grotty spot is a neighborhood dive that seamlessly blends punk rock sensibility with the occasional confused French Quarter...
West African cuisine (specifically Cameroonian and Gambian) doesn’t pose too many challenges to the conservative palette. It’s basically...
1212 Royal St · interesting places nearby
Mona Lisa information
An informal and quiet local spot in the Lower Quarter, Mona Lisa is dim, dark and candlelight romantic in its own quirky way. Kooky renditions of da Vinci’s familiar subject hang on the walls. Wearing hair curlers, looking 50lb heavier or appearing in the form of a cow, she stares impassively at diners munching on pizzas, pastas and spinach salads.