Old Us Mint
The Mint, housed in a somewhat blocky Greek-revival building, was the only one in the USA to have printed both US and Confederate...
Palm Court Jazz Café
Fans of trad jazz who want to hang out with a mature crowd should head to this supper club alternative to Preservation Hall. Palm Court...
Louisiana Pizza Kitchen
Opposite the Old US Mint, this is a popular local chain offering wood-fired, individual pizza crusts that resemble toasted pita bread as...
1232 Decatur St · interesting places nearby
Collectible Antiques information
You never know what you’ll find between the piles of old furniture stacked along the walls of this large, garagelike emporium of tantalizing junk. Perhaps you collect old photographic portraits from long defunct studios. You might find everything you need for that tiki bar you’re slapping together in the basement. Or maybe you’re just after an art-deco martini shaker, an old dented trumpet, a Pewee Herman doll, a heavy army-surplus coat or some silverware. Remarkably, the entire assemblage is not just a heaping mess. Every piece is lovingly contextualized to add interest. Browsing through the wares here is somewhat like a visit to a grab-bag museum.