Cita Dennis Hubbell Branch Library
The Cita Dennis Hubbell Branch of the New Orleans Public Library
The Cita Dennis Hubbell Branch of the New Orleans Public Library is a Carnegie library dating from 1907, and the city's oldest public library.
This is just a treat to enjoy the preserved old time Library in this quant little village.
“This little market has the cheapest and best poboy sandwiches in town. Grab one, and walk across the street to the levee and watch the boats go by! Open Monday-Saturday.”
“If you like to get drunk but in a classy sort of way, check this place out. It's nice and cozy with a great wine selection and food. It would be suitable if you want to eat light or just have something to keep your wine buzz in check.”
Arts & Crafts Store
“The studio is a converted movie theater. Besides the beautiful blown glass items there, if you’re lucky you can catch them blowing glass through the large glass windows. ”
“Laid-back bar & eatery with sandwiches & seafood plus beers, cocktails & drink specials.”
“This is a beloved Algiers Point spot that serves up great food! Breakfast favorites are the Katrina huevos rancheros (OMG yum!) and the Atchafalaya (crawfish etouffee over grits). And for lunch, we like the Croque Monsieur and the bagel and lox. ”