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We discovered this little gem of a library by accident while walking around Algiers. All staff members were incredibly friendly and welcoming and we enjoyed taking part in the afternoon's Mardi Gras themed crafts. The head librarian was happy to share the history of this branch. They have done a marvelous job of making this Carnegie Library relevant to the...
You HAVE to check out this studio in Algiers Point! Just a quick trip across the river, you'll find the most beautiful views of the city, some amazing food, and this absolute gem in the Algiers Point community: Rosetree Blown Glass Studio. Shop for beautiful, one-of-a kind pieces or give yourself the ULTIMATE treat of participating in one of Mark's...
A standing sign beckoned me along Morgan St. to the shop. Beatrix, a jeweler, greeted me. I love her jewelry....I picked mother of pearl earrings. I browsed an unusual selection of work made by local artisans. I felt delighted to find this shop after strolling around Algiers Point.
Karen was very welcoming and hospitable at Casa Pelican. The cooking class was hands on, very informative on the local cooking culture and in addition we got lots of really good cooking tips. The food we made tasted amazing - we will definitely make the dishes again.
"Wonderful time at Robin's.....Happy Birthday to me !!!!!"
reviewed December 23, 2019 by Laceyhasagoodlife
My hubby arranged this cooking class with Robin as a birthday gift to me while we visited NOLA earlier this month. It was a wonderful surprise (when I knew about it) but i don't know what to expect when he told me the venue is in the church building (definitely not Hell Kitchen, I guess)
Robin has a such a...
"Good Local Cuisine w/ Great Service at A Close-In Location"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by calmtnman
This neighborhood restaurant is located at the foot of the Algiers Point Ferry Terminal, just across the river from downtown New Orleans. You can find free parking in the nieghborhood and take the ferry ($2) or the bus (40 cents for seniors) over to the sights of downtown New Orleans.
I had an appetizer of alligator (mixed with pork) sausage...
One Stone Cafe was recommended to us and we went several times over several days. Had breakfast, evening dining and just sometimes for coffee. We felt quite at home here, very similar to what we have in New Zealand. Great coffee, great food and great staff. Awesome place :)