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323 Verret St
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 400-7357
323 is an event space located on Algiers Point. Contact Sarah Kiehle for more information. Facebook
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Alario Center
2000 Segnette Blvd
Westwego, LA 70094
(504) 349-5525
Nestled adjacent to Bayou Segnette State Park, the Bayou Segnette Sports Complex is only minutes from downtown New Orleans and the historic French Quarter. The John A. Alario Sr. Event Center, the Alario Center Festival Grounds and Segnette Field, located in Westwego, Louisiana, combine to be the premier sports and entertainment complex in the Greater New Orleans area.
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Algiers Courthouse
225 Morgan St
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 362-8813
Site of the Old Algiers RiverFest, which highlights the role of the Old Algiers area’s in the development of jazz. Features great jazz, gospel, and brass bands, vendors of New Orleans cuisine and a dizzying visual display of fine arts and crafts.
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Algiers Ferry Dock
200 Morgan
Algiers, LA 70114
(504) 362-6436
Algiers Point is the old section of New Orleans on the west bank of the Mississippi River, founded around the same time as the rest of the city in the early 1700s. To commemorate the colorful history of “The Point” and its contributions to the development of jazz, Wednesdays on the Point presents some of the top musicians in the city internationally renowned for its music.
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Algiers Folk Art Zone & Blues Museum
207 Leboeuf St
New Orleans , LA 70114
Founded in 2000 by self-taught artist Charles Gillam, the Algiers Point destination features work that pays tribute to Louisiana’s rich musical heritage and stands as one of the South’s few “living” folk art environments. Mixed-media statuary, poured concrete sculptural forms, and a small museum housing music memorabilia and works by noted self-taught artists are all located on the property. Highlights include pieces by Roy Ferdinand, Lonnie Holley, and Mr. Imagination as well as Gillam’s own “Blues Greats” series featuring the sculpted faces of Al Hirt, Pete Fountain, Memphis Minnie, and…
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Algiers Point
1301 Pelican Ave
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 368-5388
New Orleans’ second oldest neighborhood, Algiers Point is populated with turn-of-the-century homes – some dating back to the 1840s. Its quiet 19th century small town atmosphere is far removed from the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter located directly across the Mississippi River. This bucolic community enjoys the same churches, schools, corner groceries, restaurants and neighborhood businesses which have existed for years. The Central Business District is only a ferry ride away making for one of the easiest, leisurely commutes to work each day.
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Algiers Sports Bar
4801 General Meyer Ave
New Orleans, LA 70131
(504) 398-1255
Old school Sports Bar with Pool Table in Algiers right off the ferry
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Archbishop Shaw Stadium
1050 Barataria Blvd
Marrero, LA 70072
(504) 340-6727
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Banana Blossom Thai Cafe
2112 Belle Chasse Hwy
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 392-7530
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Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World (Westbank)
233 Newton St
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 361-7821
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Bud's Broiler - Westbank
1831 Manhattan Blvd
Harvey, LA 70058
(504) 374-9919 ‎
Bud’s Broiler was stared in 1952 off of the corner of Airline Hwy & Cleary by Mr. Alfred “Bud” Saunders. Bud came to us from Austin Texas where he was employed at his uncle’s restaurant called Holliday House. Bud started with a very good limited menu (Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, French fries, and Pies) and was one of the first restaurants to make you pay at the same time as you ordered. He also brought the original recipe for what we call our “Own Hickory Smoke Sauce” which is the same…
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Club Studio 233
233 Newton St
New Orleans, LA 70114
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Craige Cultural Center
1800 Newton St
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 655-0390
The Craige Cultural Center has been in existence since 2004 under this name. The Craige Family has operated out of this building for over 35 years within the Old Algiers neighborhood. Previously named Craige Professional Building. We are a multicultural multipurpose center that stands on an Arts & Culture platform to invoke positive social change. We offer event space for almost any occasion, meeting space, a classroom & arts space. We also offer screenprinting services.
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Crown & Anchor
200 Pelican Ave
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 227-1007
Nestled in Algiers point, New Orleans’ only true “village” neighborhood, is the Crown & Anchor, New Orleans’ only authentic English pub. In the tradition of the English village pub, the Crown & Anchor serves as a meeting place for friends and neighbours, and is a place where no one remains a stranger for long. The walls and ceilings are filled with items carefully selected and collected over several years, most imported from the UK. The Crown & Anchor has a great selection of draught beer, single malt scotch, wine, mixed…
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Cuco's Mexican Café - Westbank
2766 Belle Chasse Hwy
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 393-7766
Great Mexican Food on the Westbank
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Culture Warehouse
1990 Industrial Blvd, Unit K
Harvey, LA 70058
(504) 301-4964
Specialize in providing hard to find instruments for orchestras, band directors, and professional musicians. Music, Art & Fine Collectibles
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Delcazal Park
Corner of Verret and Opelousas Streets
Algiers, LA 70114
Located between Verret and Seguin Streets., this children’s park was the original site of the Duverje cemetery and chapel. The remains of the DUVERJE and OLIVIER families and their slaves were moved in 1916 to Metairie Cemetery, and the land was donated to the City as a playground. (From Algiers Point Historical Society –
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Dry Dock Cafe
133 Delaronde St
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 361-8240
The Dry Dock is a true local NOLA hangout. Years of blood sweat and beers have made the Dry Dock into a nationally known establishment. Most of the Algiers Point neighboorhood stop in regularly and visitors from around the world make it a point to return to the unique charm that the we provided. Great Food, Awesome Ambiance, Good Brews and Great Drinks make the Dry Dock Cafe a bar & grill you’ll want to return to again and again. Visit our facebook page to check out the scenery and…
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Faubourg Fresh Market
541 Bermuda St
New Orleans, LA 70114
(504) 377-5015
A specialty grocery serving the Algiers Point community
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Federal City Auditorium
2485 Guadalcanal Street
New Orleans, LA 70114
Federal City is a public-private mixed-use development located on the former Naval Support Activity (NSA) New Orleans, West Bank property in the Algiers historic district of New Orleans. The development is comprised of 156 acres and offers a mix of administrative, commercial, R&D, residential, and recreational opportunities. The property has approximately 800,000 square feet of existing structures available for adaptive reuse, as well as significant open space for build to suit facilities. Federal City, when fully developed, is envisioned to consist of over 100,000 square feet of office space, 375,000…
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Gattuso's Neighborhood Restaurant
435 Huey P Long Ave
Gretna, LA 70053
+1 504-368-1114
Serving the west bank for over a decade, Gattuso’s is conveniently located in the Gretna Historical District. The locally owned neighborhood favorite boasts a menu of mouth-watering appetizers, New Orleans favorites and daily specials. Happy hour is daily from 4-7 pm and with over 14 beers on tap, you’re certain to find your favorite. Customers love the outdoor seating, perfect for a beautiful day or bringing your dog. Enjoy live trivia on Tuesdays, Pint night on Thursdays and live music shows on Fridays and Saturdays. Whether it’s a work lunch,…
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Gretna Farmers Market
Huey P. Long Avenue between 3rd & 4th Streets
Gretna, Louisiana
Every Saturday 8:30am to 12:30pm Rain or Shine.. 3rd St & Huey P Long Ave.. Gretna La. 70053 (Information provided via Facebook)
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Hubbell Library
725 Pelican Ave
New Orleans, LA 70114
Our library is the Cita Dennis Hubbell Branch of the New Orleans Public Library. It is a Carnegie library dating from 1907, and the city’s oldest public library. More information about our history can be found on our website.
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JB Spencer Park
700 Governor Hall St
Gretna, LA 70053
Baseball park in Gretna
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J&K Bar
3700 General Meyer Ave
Algiers, LA 70114
(504) 361-9102
J&K Bar “Naturally Algiers” was established in 1981 by John Dugas and Kit Cooper, both New Orleans Firemen and John retired from the Army. Kit later got out of the bar business and John continued to own J&K with his beautiful wife Deborah for many many years. In 2012, John’s son Neil (also a New Orleans Fireman) and wife Krystal took over. While we strive to keep John and Debbie’s legacy alive, we have made many new and exciting changes with more to come. You come here for a refreshing…
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Louie's Corner Bar
500 Elmira Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70114
+1 504-366-7487
Dive bar in Algiers Point.
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MANGU Authentic Dominican Cuisine
2112 Belle Chasse Hwy
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 324-9870
Upscale dining meets authentic Dominican cuisine! This Caribbean culinary getaway is only one taste away! So what are you waiting for? Let’s MANGÚ! (Facebook
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Mel Ott Park Recreation Center
2301 Belle Chasse Hwy
Gretna, LA 70053
(504) 363-1597
Mel Ott Park Recreation Center is located in Gretna, LA. For more information on rentals or activities, click here

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The Arts Council of New Orleans is a private, non-profit organization designated as the City’s official arts agency. The Arts Council serves as one of eight regional distributing agencies for state arts funds and administers available municipal arts grants and the Percent For Art program for the City of New Orleans. The Arts Council works in partnership with the City of New Orleans, community groups, local, state, and national governmental agencies, and other nonprofit arts organizations to meet the arts and cultural needs of the New Orleans community through a diversity of initiatives and services.


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