Trèo is the latest project from Pauline and Stephen Patterson, Mid-City residents, Belfast natives and owners of Finn McCool's Irish Pub, at 3701 Banks St. Though the Finn McCool's address had been a Mid-City bar for generations, it was badly deteriorated when they bought it in 2002. Since then, the Pattersons and their staff have built the pub back into a neighborhood institution, convening a community of patrons from across New Orleans and beyond. With gratitude to their adopted city and its indomitable spirit,they are proud to join the renaissance along Tulane Avenue with Trèo.
Through its history, Tulane Avenue has been a central artery for the Crescent City, serving both its Mid-City neighborhood and people from around the region. An unprecedented amount of investment is driving a rebirth along its blocks, and with Trèo we are adding to this promising chapter and helping to build the new direction for its future.
TASTE OF TULANE
Coming soon Jan 31st 2015 all day food festival featuring restaurants and establishments from Tulane ave. stay tuned for
Vir Heroicus Sublimus – Synesthesia – Prospect 3 Month Long Art Show
Artists: Dan Tague, Heathcliffe Hailey and Bill McKenna and Caleb Henderson Show: VIR HEROICUS SUBLIMUS Dan Tague may not be the first artist to point out the central role money plays in American politics and culture, but few have used the currency itself to illustrate their argument so effectively. After his studio was ruined by the flooding which devastated New ...
VIR HEROICUS SUBLIMUS: gallery OPENING RECEPTION
October 25th-Nov 20th OPENING RECEPTION NOV 7TH Artists: Dan Tague, Heathcliffe Hailey and Bill McKenna : Show: VIR HEROICUS SUBLIMUS Dan Tague may not be the first artist to point out the central role money plays in American politics and culture, but few have used the currency itself to illustrate their argument so effectively. After his studio was ruined by ...
IN SITU and ELAN VITAL – Prospect 3 Month Long Art Show
Joint shows Artist: Charlie Hoffacker Title : IN SITU Charlie Hoffacker Shown in the heart of New Orleans, In Situ is a commentary on the violent culture of our great city. The subject matter of the work is mirrored by its medium- gunpowder, copper and lead. As a policeman, I have seen youth with unlimited potential fall into a lifestyle ...