Combine that with great coffee, drinks and eats from Church Alley and nightly films, music or performance events at Zeitgeist and you have one amazing, happening space!
1618 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd (between Euterpe and Terpsichore, across the street from Cafe Reconcile and down the street from Ashe African Cultural Center, Casa Borrega, Purloo, Southern Food and Beverage Museum, New Orleans Jazz Market, The Buddy Bolden Lounge, Jack and Jake's (opening soon), Tassology, Friday Night Fights Boxing Gym, Dryades Theater, Brady Wine Warehouse, Hope Community Credit Union, etc.) OC Haley is definitely becoming a major destination.
Plus a block away on Baronne is the newly open ASHE'S POWER STATION (performance space) and we are just a few blocks away is the New Orleans Tattoo Museum, McKenna Museum of African Art, St. Charles Tavern, The Irish House, Voodoo Bar BQ, Slice Pizzeria, Zea's Rotisserie, Hoshun Asian Cuisine, Krew De Brew, Sushi Brothers, Tacos and Beer, The Blind Pelican, Lucky's, Avenue Pub, Mais Arepas, Dolce Vita Wood Fired Pizzeria, etc.
So come on by and shop local, eat local, drink local.
Take a ride on the St. Charles Streetcar during the months of April & May to see the ads promoting Oretha Castle Haley and all it has to offer. Take a selfie in front of the Zeitgeist ad on the streetcar and post it on our Facebook timeline to get free movie tickets.
Speaking of shopping local,
StayLocal will be publishing a CENTRAL CITY NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE featuring Zeitgeist and all of the other businesses and organizations in our neighborhood. There will be a GUIDE LAUNCH PARTY on Thursday, April 9 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the NEW ORLEANS JAZZ MARKET (corner of OC Haley & MLK blvd.)