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Ace Hotel New Orleans
600 Carondelet St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 900-1180
Ace Hotel New Orleans sits on the corner of Carondelet and Lafayette streets in the Warehouse District of one of the best cities on Earth. The feel of weft and warp woven together by countless anthropologies and creation stories far too vast for any single person to own. So it belongs to the whole city.
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Ariaane Costa Sabrosa
634 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 507-0486
Tucked away in New Orleans’ Warehouse District, Ariaane serves a playful fusion of Costal, Central and South American cuisines. It takes its name from the Latin word “ariane,” whose meanings are as varied as the restaurant’s influences, ranging from “silver” to a family of rockets to simply, “breadcrumb”. Unique small plates and casual a la carte items combine with a creative cocktail menu to provide locals and visitors alike with a unique experience within the Crescent City. (Facebook)
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Ariodante Contemporary Art and Craft Gallery
535 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
Sharing the name of Handel’s three act opera since its doors opened in October of 1990 Ariodante has become a welcome addition to the New Orleans art scene. After featuring a wide array of unique Crafts for a decade, the gallery then spread its wings with the addition of fine arts in 2001. Today, we currently exhibit a variety of glass, jewelry, furniture, ceramics, mosaics, photography and paintings from predominantly local and Gulf-coast artists. Ariodante continues to reach out to the art community exhibiting veteran and emerging artists. (from
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Arthur Roger Gallery
432 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
In 1978 Arthur Roger opened his gallery at 3005 Magazine Street in New Orleans’ Garden District. A year earlier the Contemporary Arts Center had opened in downtown New Orleans. The artistic scene in the city was beginning to burgeon. The Arthur Roger Gallery moved to the forefront of galleries in the city. The gallery attracted a number of New Orleans’ most prominent artists including Robert Gordy and Ida Kohlmeyer. As interest grew rapidly in the uptown galleries, Arthur Roger played a leading role in forming the New Orleans Gallery Association…
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726 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
Located in The Julia. New Orleans location of the famous Roman pizzeria.
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Boyd Satellite
440 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
The Boyd Satellite Gallery was established during the apocalypse, December 2012, representing regional, national and international artists. The Boyd Satellite is a mix between contemporary fine art gallery and an alternative art space located at the epicenter of the New Orleans Arts District.
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Brand New Orleans Art Gallery
646 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 509-6598
The Brand New Orleans Art Gallery is dedicated to representing emerging and established Southern artists with a particular focus on artists from Louisiana. We aspire to create an environment that encourages people from all walks of life to visit the gallery and meet our artists. When you enter the gallery our hope is that you are immersed in the featured artist’s world. CBD/downtown New Orleans Area.
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Callan Contemporary
518 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
Callan Contemporary represents contemporary art by emerging and midcareer American and international artists with an emphasis on abstract and figurative paintings and sculpture.
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916 Lafayette St
New Orleans, LA 70113
(504) 383-5583
On the surface, CellarDoor may appear to be much in line with a traditional gastro-lounge. We serve craft cocktails, small plates of international contemporary cuisine, and we strive to bring our customers an enjoyable dining experience. However, CellarDoor is best described by its creators as a conceptual work of art. Conceptual art, also referred to as “idea art”, is based on the notion that the idea is more important than the end result. As the stewards of this very special building we attempt to push the envelope with our food,…
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Club Ampersand
1100 Tulane Ave.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
(504) 587-3737
Inside the industrial setting of a former Whitney bank, Ampersand is a stylish club with a Storyville/Vaudeville feel centrally located downtown in the Central Business District (CBD) – two blocks from the French Quarter, five blocks from the Superdome and walking distance from most major hotels. The venue features two levels, a courtyard with a swimming pool, auxiliary spaces for special events, a large dance floor, VIP skyboxes and several cozy siting rooms.
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Cochon Restaurant
930 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 588-2123
At Cochon, Chef Link has reconnected with his culinary roots, serving the traditional Cajun Southern dishes he grew up with. Chef Link and Chef/Co-owner Stephen Stryjewski are working with locally sourced pork, fresh produce and seafood, focusing on traditional methods, creating authentic flavors of Cajun country. The restaurant is set in a rustic, yet contemporary interior of a renovated New Orleans warehouse.
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Contemporary Arts Center
900 Camp Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Mission: The CAC is a multi-disciplinary arts center, financially stable and professionally managed, that is dedicated to the presentation, production and promotion of the art of our time. Statement of Purpose: The CAC is a cultural leader. As such, it organizes, presents and tours curated exhibitions, performances and programs by local, regional, national and international artists. It demonstrates proactive local and regional leadership by educating children and adults; cultivating and growing audiences; and initiating and encouraging collaboration among diverse artists, institutions, communities and supporters. Vision: Our vision is that the…
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Corporation Bar & Grill
931 S Peters St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 527-6069
Bar and Grill. Po Boy’s, Sandwiches, Weekly Specials. Great local hangout with very reasonable pricing!
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Curio Bistro
301 Royal St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 717-4198
In the late 1800’s, Royal Street was home to a famous “curio” shop, a place where curiosities from all over the world could be had for a dollar or two. Today, the shop is no more, but the feeling of excitement and wonder still exists on Royal Street today. And so in the heart of the most premier art district in New Orleans, we’re bringing back the curiosity – reintroducing New Orleans to a circus of flavor so vibrant it makes other restaurants nearby pale in comparison. (Facebook)
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Degas Gallery
604 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 826-9744
Fine contemporary paintings, drawings and photography
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Dino's Bar & Grill
1128 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 558-0900
We are located at 1128 Tchoupitoulas Street in the Warehouse District of New Orleans. We open everyday at 11am serving up some of the best lunch in the area. Come in and try one of our AWESOME Dino Burgers or get one of the freshest cuts of tuna you’ve ever had! We have Happy Hour, Monday through Friday from 4 to 7pm, so come by and unwind with one of our signature Martinis! Tuesday night is STEAK NIGHT, come in and try our premium 8oz steak, homemade potatoes, and veggies…
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800 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 528-9393
Opened in 1990 by Chef Emeril Lagasse in New Orleans, Emeril’s Restaurant serves his signature style of “New New Orleans” cuisine, featuring the best local and regional seasonal ingredients. Nestled in a renovated pharmacy warehouse on Tchoupitoulas Street in the heart of the city’s Warehouse District, Emeril’s interior features rustic exposed brick and glass walls flanking one side of the main dining room, with plaster-lathe wood forming a wine wall on the other. Guests may enjoy watching the action in the kitchen while enjoying a meal at the chef’s Food…
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Festivus Market
700 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 861-5898
Staged each December, Festivus is a holiday market featuring the best of local cottage industries whose business reflects core values of ecology, fair trade, craftsmanship and personal customer service.
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Fulton Alley
600 Fulton St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 208-5569
FULTON ALLEY CRAFT FOOD AND DRINK. BOUTIQUE BOWLING. Fulton Alley is New Orleans’ newest and most unique entertainment bar & restaurant that features 12 bowling lanes wrapped in an atmosphere of art, music, craft food and cocktails. Fulton Alley’s executive chef, Mike Nirenberg, formerly of Tivoli & Lee, Oak and Delachaise, has created a Southern-American-influenced menu, including homemade meat pies, sliders, deviled eggs and smoked, fried and glazed chicken wings. Snacks and sharable small plates are primary on Nirenberg’s menu. Fulton Alley’s craft cocktail program is curated by the leadership…
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Gallery 600 Julia
600 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 895-7375
The Gallery is housed in the historic Julia Row, an 1832 building listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings in the New Orleans Arts District. Gallery 600 Julia’s exhibitions of Louisiana art acquaint the public with the importance of the regional school in landscape and architectural subjects. The Gallery showcases both emerging and established contemporary artists to promote local talent and complement the aims of the growing Arts District. Every month the Gallery mounts a new exhibition of contemporary art, both solo and group shows, and opens its doors…
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Generations Hall
310 Andrew Higgins Drive
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 581-4368
The facility is perfect for private functions, banquets, concerts, luncheons, and convention meetings of any size. With three spacious rooms which can be rented either separately or as a whole, Generations Hall can accommodate any group, large or small. Our three primary spaces are: The Metropolitan One, The Metropolitan Two and The Big Room. The facility is perfect for private functions, banquets, concerts, luncheons, and convention meetings of any size. Generations Hall provides a unique New Orleans atmosphere for any event. Originally built in the early 1820s as a sugar…
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George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts
747 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (GRFA) advocates the importance of the arts in the development of our youth. GRFA encourages the use of art within all curriculums and supports a variety of art educational programs. In 2009 George Rodrigue formed GRFA as a non-profit 501©(3) organization. In addition to providing financial assistance in the arts and other areas, GRFA will plan, develop, and implement a series of unique educational art programs that are specially designed to enhance and expand art curriculums, despite continuing state and federal cutbacks. Student success…
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George Schmidt Gallery
626 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
George Schmidt’s Gallery & Studio are located at 626 Julia Street. He has been living and working in historic Julia Row between St Charles and Camp Streets for more than 35 years. Located in an 1832 row house in the American Sector,one of thirteen of the oldest row houses in New Orleans, his offering of a collection of his paintings, drawings and prints, executed on the premises, epitomise the best in cultural tourism and is an experience not to be missed. Remember George Schmidt Gallery is not in the Warehouse…
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Gianna Restaurant
700 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 399-0816
Fine Italian Restaurant by chef Donald Link
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Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
400 Lafayette St. Suite 100
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 507-8800
Japanese BBQ in the Arts District
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Howlin' Wolf - "The Den"
907 S Peters St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-9653
The Den is located at the corner of St. Joseph and S. Peters Street, serving amazing food and over 100 beers to choose from with 25 microbrews on tap! Open late every day! Tacos are only $2 on Tuesdays too!
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Jed Malitz V2 Gallery
615 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(985) 773-0458
Jed Malitz combines art, science and technology in the creation of his architectural glass sculptures. Based on live-modeled 3D photography, his subjects are defined both physically and non-physically, through 3D glass silhouettes and their redirected light. These silhouettes are the edges of holes cut through architectural glass panels, and they suggest the physical outlines of human forms. The silhouettes also project alternate perspectives of their subjects (as redirected ambient light) to the outer edges of their panels where distinct and separate human forms are revealed. These non-physical forms of light…
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John Bukaty Studio and Gallery
841 Carondelet St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 533-8858
JOHN BUKATY Bukaty was born and raised in Kansas City, Mo. The son of an NFL player and stay-at-home mom, he grew up drawing, in mud at first, and then with paper andpencil. He worked diligently on his drawing in grade school and learned as much as he could, on his own, and also with the help of his mother who took him regularly to local museums so he could study the work of the masters up close. His restless energy translated perfectly into football and he became a standout…
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Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
400 A Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery is a collective environment of creative visions. A commercial gallery with a public conscience. Artist, activist, and entrepreneur Jonathan Ferrara opened the gallery in 1998 to give artists a voice. Since its inception, the gallery has focused on cutting edge works by local, national and international artists with a sense of purpose, mission, and message. The gallery is known for its stimulating and provocative exhibitions in a wide variety of media. Painting, sculpture, mixed media and installation are the current focus of the gallery’s exhibitions. As a…
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Julie Silvers Art
617 Julia St
New Orleans, LA 70130
Julie Silvers, abstract painter and sculptor, finds inspiration for her unique eye in the things that surround her everyday – Architectural forms, nature, natural light, the works of other artists, and the love of her family. These layers of her life are reflected in the layered and textured approach that she brings to all of her works. Silvers paints and sculpts ceramics from her heart and her imagination, not from photos or models. While she loves to use recurring colors and symbols no two pieces are the same. Silvers considers…

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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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