This gourmet coffee shop, located on the ground floor and available to tenants and guests, offers assorted pre-wrapped breakfast goods and a myriad of coffee options. Closes late afternoon.
Crescent Bank & Trust’s
Main deposit branch is located on the ground floor in Suite 100, providing tenants and guests with full service banking. ATM available in Plaza area facing Loyola Ave. Business hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 504.556.5950 for more information.
The arts are alive and well in New Orleans, and the list below includes several venues to satisfy visitors eager to embrace the local culture.
Contemporary Arts Center:
900 Camp Street; 504.528.3800
Entergy IMAX Theater:
1 Canal Street; 504.581.4629
Le Petit Theatre:
6916 St. Peter Street; 504.522.9958
Palace Movie Theater:
1200 Elmwood Park Boulevard; 504.734.2020
5339 Prytania Street; 504.891.2787
State Palace Theatre:
1108 Canal Street; 504.522.4435
Saenger Performing Arts Center:
143 N. Rampart Street;504.524.2490
Sandwich Chef, Inc.
Deli sandwiches and assorted breakfast and lunch foods are available for tenants and guests. Closes late afternoon, and is located on the ground floor in Suite 120. For more information, call 504.582.2433.
Handi Pix Sundry Shop
Provides a wide assortment of goods to tenants and guests during normal business hours. Located on the ground floor in Suite 110. For more information, call 504.582.2295.
Shoe Shine Located on the ground floor by the Rampart St. exit during normal business hours. This service is available to tenants and guests. For more information, call 504.569-2020.Local Attractions
The New Orleans Main Library is a strong resource for all manner of reading be it business, pleasure, or other. It is located at 219 Loyola Avenue. For more information, call 504.529.READ(7323).
Guests are welcome to immerse themselves in the rich and storied history of New Orleans by visiting any of the wide variety of museums available. The following listed museums are easily accessible from Energy Centre.
Aquarium of the Americas:
1 Canal Street; 504.565.3033
Louisiana Children’s Museum:
420 Julia Street; 504.586.0725
Louisiana State Museum:
751 Place John Paul Dreaux; 504.568.6968
National D-Day Museum:
945 Magazine Street; 504.527.6012
New Orleans Museum of Art:
City Park / 1 Collins Diboll Circle; 504.658.4100
1500 Sugar Bowl Dr, New Orleans, LA 70112; 504.587.3822
Smoothie King Center:
1501 Dave Dixon Dr, New Orleans, LA 70113; 504.587.3822
South District Market:
The newest neighborhood riding the urban living wave is the South Market District, bounded roughly by Poydras Street on the north, Howard Avenue on the south, Carondelet Street on the east and Loyola Avenue on the west. Named to honor the legacy of the historic Poydras Market, the South Market District is adjacent to the Central Business District, the Warehouse District and the Superdome/Sports District.