Jul
1
Mon
Arnaud’s Offers Three-Course Summer Menu for $39, Starting July 1 @ Arnaud's Restaurant
Jul 1 – Aug 31 all-day

Starting July 1 through August 31, guests can veer off of Arnaud’s a la carte dinner menu, full of Creole classics, and opt for the Summer Table d’Hote menu, featuring seasonal creations by Executive Chef Tommy DiGiovanni.

The menu includes a complimentary welcome glass of rose, along with:

Appetizers (choice of)
Snap Pea Salad
With snap beans, gold heirloom tomatoes, parmesan crisps and parmesan vinaigrette
OR
Pickled Shrimp
White bean salad with Dijon vinaigrette
OR
Crab and Corn Bisque

Entrées (choice of)
Cornmeal Encrusted Drum
Pan-fried and served with chow-chow relish, and corn and black eyed pea salsa
OR
Seared Pork Tenderloin
Jalapeno polenta, butter beans, tomato confit and Creole mustard glace
OR
Cornish Game Hen
Wild rice cakes and peach gastrique

Desserts (choice of)
Coconut Chess Pie
OR
Chocolate Truffle Torte
OR
Orange Cake
With orange glaze

The three-course dinner menu is available for $39 per person (exclusive of tax and gratuity). The menu is also available for groups of 40 or less in private dining.

Arnaud’s Restaurant is open daily for dinner starting at 6 p.m. and hosts Jazz Brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. To make reservations and to view the entire menu, visit www.arnaudsrestaurant.com.

Due to seasonality and availability of ingredients, menu options are subject to change.

Jul
11
Thu
Arnaud’s Offers Bottomless Champagne Thursdays in July and August @ Arnaud's Resturant
Jul 11 @ 6:00 pm – Aug 29 @ 10:00 pm
Arnaud's Offers Bottomless Champagne Thursdays in July and August @ Arnaud's Resturant |  |  |

Starting July 11 through August 29, with the purchase of an entrée, diners can add-on a side of bottomless bubbly for just $25. The special features Moët Impérial, which typically goes for $18.50 per glass.

The offer is valid for dinner in Arnaud’s Main Dining Room and Jazz Bistro only.

Arnaud’s Restaurant is open daily for dinner starting at 6 p.m. and hosts jazz brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. To make reservations and to view the entire menu, visit www.arnaudsrestaurant.com.

Aug
19
Mon
Ear to the Ground: Earth and Element in Contemporary Art @ New Orleans Museum of Art
Aug 19 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
Ear to the Ground: Earth and Element in Contemporary Art @ New Orleans Museum of Art

Working with natural elements like earth, wind, water and fire, the contemporary artists in Ear to the Ground show how nature can spur artistic innovation and spark new thinking about human culture and community. In their art, nature is not just as a resource to be protected or exploited, but rather a generative force with its own sentient power. Mining earth both as a material and a metaphor, the artists in this exhibition treat nature as a teacher: a model for negotiating the complexities of contemporary cultural life. Informed by a kind of elemental logic, their art envisions new ways we might relate to the natural world, as well as to one another. Drawn predominantly from NOMA’s permanent collection, Ear to the Ground features work by 18 artists across vastly different media, cultures and time periods who each reference earth and element in very different ways.

Sponsor: New Orleans Museum of Art

Mildred Thompson: Against the Grain @ New Orleans Museum of Art
Aug 19 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
Mildred Thompson: Against the Grain @ New Orleans Museum of Art

Against the Grain marks the first solo museum presentation of the experimental wood works of the American artist Mildred Thompson (1936-2003) in more than thirty years. An accomplished painter, sculptor, writer and musician, Thompson began creating her wood assemblages, which she called wood pictures, while living in Germany in the early 1960s. Thompson’s abstract work in wood went against the grain of the more representational and overtly political art of her time to offer more subtle reflections on history, memory and place. These sculptural assemblages—which represent a unique contribution to the art of this period—combine found and manipulated wood segments into sophisticated, expressive compositions that are located between painting, sculpture and collage. Often created from wood sourced in the forests of rural Germany, Thompson explored the material’s natural variations to create sensitive juxtapositions of texture, color and form.

Sponsor: New Orleans Museum of Art

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Aug 19 @ 2:45 pm – 5:45 pm
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Windsor Court’s 35th Anniversary Celebration Menu @ The Grill Room
Aug 19 @ 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Windsor Court's 35th Anniversary Celebration Menu @ The Grill Room

The Grill Room at Windsor Court invites guests to enjoy a rotating, prix fixe menu of seasonal selections celebrating the hotel’s 35-year history. With optional wine pairings and an accessible price point, the limited time offering is the ideal way to experience the restaurant’s contemporary cuisine and share the flavors of the season.

Exclusions may apply during special events or holidays

$35 per person, $25 optional wine pairings

Complimentary valet parking

Sponsor:

Craft Night: Bum Bag Bedazzling! @ Glitter Box N.O.
Aug 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Craft Night: Bum Bag Bedazzling! @ Glitter Box N.O. |  |  |

It’s too hot to carry a purse, so get Mid-Summer Mardi Gras ready with a sweet, custom *glittery* bum bag! Come to the Glitter Box to meet fellow crafters, get the creative juices flowing, and make the fanny pack of your dreams. Nothing parallels the convenience of a bum bag, and now’s your chance to get bedazzled and ready for all the dancing and adventure to come!

We will supply base bags and a wide variety of craft supplies to get wild on your personal fanny pack- glitter, fringe, puff paint, goggly eyes and more.

Feel free to bring your own materials if you’ve already got some ideas stewing.

$25 for a base fanny pack and all materials. Tickets available in advance on our website or at the door (while supplies last – purchase in advance in case we sell out!)

1109 Royal Street ~ Monday, August 19th ~ 6 – 8pm

5% of proceeds will benefit Sexual Trauma Awareness & Response Center!

Aug
20
Tue
Ear to the Ground: Earth and Element in Contemporary Art @ New Orleans Museum of Art
Aug 20 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
Ear to the Ground: Earth and Element in Contemporary Art @ New Orleans Museum of Art

Working with natural elements like earth, wind, water and fire, the contemporary artists in Ear to the Ground show how nature can spur artistic innovation and spark new thinking about human culture and community. In their art, nature is not just as a resource to be protected or exploited, but rather a generative force with its own sentient power. Mining earth both as a material and a metaphor, the artists in this exhibition treat nature as a teacher: a model for negotiating the complexities of contemporary cultural life. Informed by a kind of elemental logic, their art envisions new ways we might relate to the natural world, as well as to one another. Drawn predominantly from NOMA’s permanent collection, Ear to the Ground features work by 18 artists across vastly different media, cultures and time periods who each reference earth and element in very different ways.

Sponsor: New Orleans Museum of Art

Mildred Thompson: Against the Grain @ New Orleans Museum of Art
Aug 20 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
Mildred Thompson: Against the Grain @ New Orleans Museum of Art

Against the Grain marks the first solo museum presentation of the experimental wood works of the American artist Mildred Thompson (1936-2003) in more than thirty years. An accomplished painter, sculptor, writer and musician, Thompson began creating her wood assemblages, which she called wood pictures, while living in Germany in the early 1960s. Thompson’s abstract work in wood went against the grain of the more representational and overtly political art of her time to offer more subtle reflections on history, memory and place. These sculptural assemblages—which represent a unique contribution to the art of this period—combine found and manipulated wood segments into sophisticated, expressive compositions that are located between painting, sculpture and collage. Often created from wood sourced in the forests of rural Germany, Thompson explored the material’s natural variations to create sensitive juxtapositions of texture, color and form.

Sponsor: New Orleans Museum of Art

The Baroness de Pontalba & the Rise of Jackson Square @ The Cabildo
Aug 20 @ 10:00 am – 10:15 am
The Baroness de Pontalba & the Rise of Jackson Square @ The Cabildo

This tricentennial exhibition organized by the Louisiana State Museum and guest curator Randolph Delehanty, Ph.D. tells the city-defining story of Don Andrés Almonester and his formidable daughter, Micaela, the Baroness de Pontalba. It shows how a father’s philanthropy and a daughter’s determination created the urban heart and the architectural look of Old New Orleans. The exhibit draws on the landmark buildings and rich collections of the Louisiana State Museum, portraits, treasures from the Pontalba Family château in France, loans from other collections, and historic and commissioned photographs to revisualize New Orleans’ iconic urban core: Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, the Presbytère, and the twin Pontalba Buildings.

Sponsor: Louisiana State Museum