Diane Millsap To Show Off Her Distinctive New Orleans Art
Diane Millsap’s distinctive and colorful palette practically shouts New Orleans. While other famous New Orleans artists such as Terrance Osborne, George Rodrigue and Varion Laurent had the good fortune of Louisiana roots and growing up steeped in the culture and soul of the city, Diane developed a style and distinctive New Orleans feel as an outsider. A mid-west native and current resident of rural Illinois, Diane and her husband Darrell long ago adopted New Orleans and her paintings can now be found everywhere from fine art galleries to wayfair.com.
February Kicks Off With Parades And Parties
We're in the first few weeks of one of our favorite season here in New Orleans; Mardi Gras Season! (The other four seasons following MG Season are Crawfish Season, Festival Season, Please Kill Me It's So Darn Hot Season, and Christmas Season) Anyway, we have big plans for February: Krewe du Vieux and Krewe Delusion - February 16th Starting at 6pm on Saturday, February 16th we will be celebrating Krewe du Vieux and Krewe Delusion as they kick off the major parade season
Accolades For The Royal Bar!
Our little bar that could is a great place to hang and relax. Just check out whats being said! "#3 Hotel Bar in New Orleans for 2018" according to local voters in Where Y'at Magazine Best of the Big Easy Awards #1 and 2? Only the Carousel Bar in the historic Monteleone Hotel and the Sazerac Bar at the equally historical Roosevelt Hotel.
Planning Your Next Event
Spring is truly a beautiful time of year inspiring us to plan special events and gatherings. Casual corporate cookouts, crawfish boils, elegant baby showers, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and graduations are just some of the excuses we New Orleanians and visitors use to gather together and pass a good time. Both The Frenchmen Hotel and The Royal Frenchmen Hotel and Bar feature unique spaces catering to the needs of casual and formal events.
Springtime In The City
The Frenchmen and The Royal Frenchmen are ready to welcome spring alongside all of New Orleans, our neighborhood The Marigny, and the famed street that shares our name. In the city we call this time of year high season due to the abundance of festivals, events, and activities that beckon locals and tourists alike into the streets, parks, bars, restaurants, in omnipresent merriment all over the city. With our city’s version of winter past, and the temperature mild and warm, we welcome city dwellers and friends from around the world into our two distinct properties.