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Casa Borrega


At Casa Borrega you will enjoy authentic Mexican food, specialty Latin cocktails, and the best local Latin musicians and more. The 1892 Greek Revival has … Continue reading

ArtEgg Studios


ArtEgg Studios is a multi-use commercial rental building for artists with energy efficient building characteristics.

Stanley’s Custom Creations


Stanley’s Custom Creations is a small local business that specializes in creating affordable, custom furniture and decorations utilizing recycled local material and formed concrete to … Continue reading

The Other Bar


A friendly neighborhood bar located across the street from Dat Dog on Freret Street with a mission of  bringing sustainability to one of New Orleans’s … Continue reading

Latrobe’s on Royal


Latrobe’s on Royal is one of New Orleans’ most architecturally significant buildings. Located in the heart of the enchanting French Quarter Latrobe’s offers a rich … Continue reading

New Orleans City Park


City Park is one of the oldest urban parks in the country. City Park is as magical and unique as the city of New Orleans. … Continue reading

New Orleans Conventions & Visitors Bureau


The New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau is a nationally accredited, 1,100-member destination marketing organization and the largest and most successful private economic development corporation in … Continue reading

Boutique du Vampyre


Boutique du Vampyre is the only vampire shop in the country. Open to both mortals and vampire since 2003, we feature items you can not find … Continue reading

Royal Carriages


Since the birth of New Orleans in 1718, guests have toured the city by carriage. It’s the proper way to see the French Quarter and … Continue reading

New Orleans Boulder Lounge


New Orleans Boulder Lounge is an indoor bouldering gym, fitness center, and community space. Our mission is to create an inclusive environment that fosters an … Continue reading

InNOLA Events & Design


My love for entertaining and preparing for an event is just part of who I am.   It comes natural to me. Combining my passion for details … Continue reading

Big Apple 2 Big Easy Bartending L.L.C.


At Big Apple 2 Big Easy Bartending, our mission is to provide you with fun and unforgettable bartending services, so you can enjoy your party with your … Continue reading

Potsalot Pottery


New Orleans’ award winning potters Cindy and Alex Williams started their shop on Magazine St. in 1993. Today, Potsalot Pottery boasts a wide variety of … Continue reading

Second Line Stages


Second Line Stages is an environmentally responsible film production company. The studio operations are designed to enable cleaner, smarter, more responsible physical production practices.

Strike it Green


Strike it Green warehouses recycled set components, set dressings, props, production materials and wardrobe for future projects. These items are then available for rental or … Continue reading

A.L. Davis Park


Directly across the street from the former Magnolia/C.J. Peete Public Housing Development, the park holds extensive historical and cultural significance within the context of the … Continue reading

Alcee Fortier Park


The park is almost completely maintained by the efforts of local volunteers who tend the collection of whimsical sculpture and art, keep up the landscaping, … Continue reading

Audubon Park


This urban oasis offers allees of ancient live oaks, a 1.8 mile jogging path, a lagoon, picnic shelters, playgrounds, a zoo, horse stables, tennis courts … Continue reading

Brechtel Park


Brechtel Park is a 110-acre New Orleans city park managed and maintained by the Department of Parks and Parkways; Ann E. McDonald, Director. The primary … Continue reading

Eco Green Clean


Eco Green Clean was born out of the will to improve our city, our environment. Green Clean is ideal for businesses and properties requiring quick … Continue reading