Cajun artist George Rodrigue’s gallery is the place to go to see examples of his unbelievably popular ‘Blue Dog’ paintings. He just...
Artist David Harouni is a native of Iran who has lived and worked in New Orleans for several decades. He creates works of absorbing...
The lovely Presbytère building, designed in 1791 as a rectory for the St Louis Cathedral, serves as New Orleans’ Mardi Gras museum....
Pirate’s Alley Cafe
The narrow pedestrian alley hidden in the shadow of St Louis Cathedral is a natural spot for a tiny little bar, and this nook fits the...
Good food, sultry atmosphere and location, location, location make Muriel’s hard to pass up. You have your choice of settings: the main...
630 St Ann St · interesting places nearby
This shop deals in high-quality masks by local and international artisans, and the selection includes everything from the classic commedia dell’arte masks from Venice to more way-out designs for that wigged-out-end-of–Mardi Gras state of mind.