The lovely Presbytère building, designed in 1791 as a rectory for the St Louis Cathedral, serves as New Orleans’ Mardi Gras museum....
Cathy Rose blends wonder, whimsy and ethereal aesthetics; her art has whiffs of Chagall – had the painter relocated onto the Mississippi...
Ally Burguieres' artwork demonstrates plenty of technical skill, but there's also a lot of heart in her paintings and sketches, which...
Good food, sultry atmosphere and location, location, location make Muriel’s hard to pass up. You have your choice of settings: the main...
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Librairie Books information
A jam-packed little shop of delights for the avid bookworm and collector. The emphasis here is squarely on very old (and sometimes dusty) volumes. You might dig up an ancient copy of Herbert Asbury’s The French Quarter, or other tales of old New Orleans. And there are scholarly texts and ample material of more general interest as well.