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703 Carondelet St. New Orleans, LA 70130
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Moss-Bauer is located in the New Orleans Warehouse District – a bustling corridor of everything you could ask for within an arm’s reach.

DRIP Affogato Bar

Drip Affogato Bar is a dessert shop specializing in affogato creations made with artisanal ice cream, gourmet toppings and craft espresso. It also serves specialty coffees and teas as well as delicious pastries and amazing ice creams individually. This charming café stays open till 10:00 every day.

DRIP Affogato Bar at 703 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, LA

Started by renowned Chef Justin Deviller and his wife Mia, Balise is named after the first French settlement at the mouth of the Mississipi River. Featuring Louisiana-focused cuisine in a 19th century Creole townhouse all while celebrating our port cities history.

Balise New Orleans
Rouses Market 701 Baronne St
Rouses Market

The locally-owned Rouse’s Supermarket company completed the conversion and renovation of the historic Sewell Cadillac building in downtown New Orleans, giving the area its first full-service grocery store in over 50 years. This flagship location features wine and spirits, hot meals, a bakery, and plenty of local products.

Herbsaint Restaurant New Orleans

Chef Donald Link’s Herbsaint Bar and Restaurant on historic Saint Charles Avenue features an acclaimed menu with French and Italian-inspired, yet distinctive Southern dishes and a dynamic wine list in a modern bistro setting.

Buff Beauty Bar

Buff Beauty Bar is a gorgeous & sleek salon that offers manicures, pedicures, facial peels, waxing, a blow dry bar, and professional makeup application. Opened every day of the week, you never have to worry about looking great.  Also available to reserve for private parties.

Buff Beauty Bar NOLA
Lafayette Square

The second oldest park in New Orleans was named after Gilbert du Motier, maquis de La Fayette, a French aristocrat and general who fought on the American side in the American Revolutionary War. It is the home to Wednesday at the Square, a free and very popular, 12-week spring concert series with food and drink.

Lafayette Square New Orleans
Civic Theater New Orleans
Civic Theater

Built in 1906, the Civic Theatre is the oldest in New Orleans and is home to concerts, plays, films, private parties, and corporate events. Revamped, while keeping as much as the historical detail as possible it is a fantastic venue to experience entertainment in. The bar experience was created by renowned mixologist Neal Bodenheimer.

Lucy's New Orleans

A laid back “surf spot” to hang out, Lucy’s serves Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Drinks, Tex-Mex, Burgers, and Vegetarian food. There’s a great patio for outdoor seating. Casual dining that is accessible for walk-ins, large groups, and kids.