Called Place du Tivoli until it was renamed to honor Confederate General Robert E Lee after the Civil War, Lee Circle is a tragic...
This 90,000-sq-ft space was established by the Arts Council of New Orleans to bring working artists and lovers of art together. By...
Civil War Museum
This smallish space is still more of a collection of ‘things’ as opposed to a contemporary, interpretation-driven educational museum....
A bar that looks like a New Orleanian vampire's mansion run through a drug den, with casual folk and indie shows most nights.
Blue Plate Café
Cheap and cheerful and colorful, too, the Blue Plate does some solid servings of breakfast and lunch stuff that’s firmly of the...
Lonely Planet review
K&B Plaza is a modish office tower dating to 1963 with an indoor-outdoor sculpture gallery. The outdoor sculptures, featuring Isamu Noguchi’s The Mississippi, can be viewed anytime.