Nola Art & Nola Mia ~ The Happy Marriage
Get inspired on a walking tour of New Orleans’ street art scene that takes you far from the tourist crowds to colorful stretches of the Bywater, Marigny, and St. Roch historic districts. See Banksy’s “Rain Girl” plus works by other international and underground graffiti artists on an itinerary tailor-made for the Instagram age.
NOLA Art Walk · Artist connects with New Orleanians through messages on meter covers.nola.com Meet the artist who’s decorated thousands of water meter covers all over New Orleans Artist connects with New Orleanians through messages on meter covers.
We stopped by LeLuna’s show at Red Truck Gallery on Royal Street today. Come check it out before it’s gone at the end of the month! #nolastreetart #graffitiart #art #neworleansstreetart #neworleans #streetart #royalstreet #frenchquarter #notthebees1111Evolve Pc CareLikeCommentShare
Come check out LeLuna’s art show this Saturday on it’s final day at Red Truck Gallery on Royal Street! There will be free drinks, a raffle, and giveaways of original art and prints!
Rebeka Skela is painting a new mural at Bar Redux! @sanguineskills #rebekaskela #barredux #bywater #neworleans #neworleansstreetart #nolastreetart #streetart #mural #muralart #graffiti #graffitiart #wip #supercoolcreature #betterthanaleopard99Evolve Pc CareLikeCommentShareSee AllPhotosSee AllPosts
Fake Sign by Mandi Harvill. #neworleans #nola #neworleansstreetart #nolastreetart #urbanart #streetart #graffitiart #graffiti #slapups #stickers #signs #signmaker #epsteindidntkillhimself @grrlbrains @the_odd_boxer @sanguineskills
I don’t know if my love affair with Italian Soda’s is because of the bitter edge to the sweet soda or because of its vibrant vermillion color. Flavor is important in Italian culture, yes, but so is design. Nola Mia brings together both beautifully. We’re talking about Nola Mia Italian Soda’s, many flavors in a line of Italian-made sodas which also include Pineapple, Blueberry, Cherry, Peach. Vanilla, and Strawberry – I discovered them @ NOLA Mia, and LoVed it. They’re a fizzy fun variation to a milkshake, and no where near as heavy. Don’t get me wrong I l-o-v-e milkshakes, but with the benefits of dairy and my flavor combination, these sodas are perfect for summer! I like it with peach, at two to one, Italian sparkler to Nola Mia Italian Soda’s. Made in the small town of The Marigny baby steps from the French Quarter, Nola Mia Italian Soda’s claim a long history. The Iorio’s family recipe goes back to 1896 and claims to use fresh dairy. Those facts are in case you like a little history with your drink.
For all you ice cream lovers out there, be prepared to have your mind blown away by Italian ice cream, known as gelato. Good gelato is characterized by its intense flavor and its super smooth and creamy texture (not icy, like some ice creams).
There are a lot of options for Ice cream in New Orleans; you can get it at a “gelateria”/restaurant/patisseria (bakery), Snowballs, street carts (not recommended), and dedicated gelateria shops of varying quality. However you have not had great gelato until you’ve had Nola Mia’s!
My friends and I booked this tour and it was absolutely amazing! A must see in New Orleans. Lorelei …
Carlos was an awesome tour guide and super knowledgeable. It’s a great way to get off the beaten B…
Loreli was absolutely fabulous. She has the kind of warmth that makes you feel like you’re her best …
Nola Mia is open late (9:00 pm) every night of the week, Cept Tues.
Notable gelato place on Nola Art Walk, Happy eating!