Degas House was once home to the French Impressionist Master, Edgar Degas, and is a masterpiece of history! Located directly on Esplanade, the Degas House is worthy of your attention.
Degas House is the only home of Degas anywhere in the world that is open to the public. It is also the home of the Edgar Degas Foundation which seeks to preserve the legacy of Degas in New Orleans and provide education and cultural programming.
Tour the home of Edgar Degas, one of the leading artists of the French Impressionist movement.
“Cozy indie shop offering new, pre-owned & rare books on cooking & New Orleans food. ALWAYS open earlier or later for you by appointment. Plus they have affordable shipping options. Kitchen Witch is a full scale Cookbook, music and local art shop in the heart of the Bayou Road Triangle.”
“House museum celebrating lives, legacies and contributions of people of African descent. By appointment only. ”
“Perfect steaks! Delicious side dishes. Friendly service. Reservations advised. Not formal. Ask for a booth, where the local "good fellas" used to hold their meetings in private, and feel like you stepped into a movie and you're the star.”
“Walking distance! Delicious! I always get the breakfast tacos and pastries. And their coffee is a favorite for my friends. Get there before you are too hungry in case there is a line. NOTE: Only outdoor seating.”
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“Located on historic Bayou St. John, the Pitot House is the only Creole colonial country house that is open to the public in New Orleans. It tells the story of life along the bayou since the earliest days of settlement. The Pitot House has had a variety of owners from prominent lawyers to austere nuns. One of the most prominent was James Pitot, the first mayor of New Orleans after the city's incorporation who lived here from 1810-1819.”