George Schmidt Gallery
New Orleans artist George Schmidt, a member of The New Leviathin Oriental FoxTrot Orchestra, describes himself as a ‘historical’...
Architect James Gallier Sr designed this monumental Greek-revival structure, which was dedicated in 1853. It served as New Orleans’ city...
Established contemporary artists from across the USA are represented in this elegant space. The emphasis is on abstract and figurative...
Le Chat Noir
At this smartly accoutered bar and cabaret the beverage of choice is the martini and the entertainment ranges from Edith Piaf...
Crescent City Farmers Market
There are a series of popular green markets around town several days a week. Most accessible and fun is this Saturday morning market....
701 St Charles Ave · interesting places nearby
This may cause a riot, but Herbsaint’s duck and andouille gumbo might be the best restaurant gumbo in town. The rest of the food ain’t too bad either – much modern bistro fare with dibs and dabs of Louisiana influence. Kurobuta pork belly comes with local white-bean sauce, while frog-legs hop off the pan (sorry, couldn’t resist) with a fine herb dusting. Reservations are a good idea if you’re coming for dinner.