Steppin' Out

September 1st, 2022

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How To Grow A Greenway

By LAM Staff | August 8, 2022

Source: LandscapeArchitectureMagazine.org | Full Article

In the years since the park first opened, the city and Friends of Lafitte Greenway have realized additional pieces of the master plan, including playgrounds, basketball courts, and sports fields.

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Best Spots for Brews, Booze, Bagels and more

By Ashley McLellan | July 25, 2022

Source: MyNewOrleans.com | Full Article

The little corner of St. Louis Street and North Dorgenois is hopping. Tucked along the Lafitte Greenway, a blue warehouse space has been transformed into a gathering spot for brews (both beer and coffee), freshly baked bagels and brunch and a lively outdoor patio stopping spot. Anchored on the corner by Flour Moon Bagels (dine in or take away a dozen fresh bagels or sample a sandwich or open faced tartine), as well as the newly relocated Hey! Café & Coffee Roastery (a coffee fan favorite brew spot), the corner recently welcomed the opening of Skeeta Hawk Brewing, the latest homegrown brewhouse in the city. Make this your go-to stopping spot for refreshment while out for a bike ride or stroll along the Greenway, or a pre- or post- movie hang while catching the latest flick at the nearby Broad Theater.


Bagels, coffee and new Skeeta Hawk Brewing combine on one corner on Lafitte Greenway

By Ian McNulty | July 22, 2022

Source: Nola.com | Full Article

Heading down the Lafitte Greenway by foot or by bike, or maybe on the adjacent street with the windows down, you first get a whiff of roasting coffee, a morning smell no matter what time of day it happens to be.

That’s followed immediately by the warm, bakery aroma of bagels in the oven. Turn the corner and you find unmistakable evidence of a brewery, with people spilling out on the patio beer garden sipping Belgian ales.

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Photos: Great at absorbing water (think street flooding), about 100 cypress trees planted in Lafitte Greenway

By Chris Granger | April 21, 2022

Source: Nola.com | Full Article

Volunteers from the GROW nonprofit partnership, along with dozens of U.S. Navy personnel in town for NOLA Navy Week, planted 100 cypress trees on Thursday(April 21) at the Lafitte Greenway in New Orleans. The 100 trees are the first of a thousand that the group intends to plant. A single bald cypress can absorb 880 gallons of water in a day. Native flowers will be planted in lowland meadows, to reduce maintenance costs and encourage pollinators.


Kids doing good for the community

July 24th, 2022

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Flour Moon Bagels Is Set To Open On Lafitte Greenway

By Marielle Songy | May 5, 2022

Source: MidCityMessenger.com | Full Article 

The latest bagelry to hit the New Orleans food scene, Flour Moon Bagels, is coming together on the Lafitte Greenway. The shop plans to open in a few weeks.

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Photos: NORDC holds their Easter Eggstravaganzas under blue skies

By Sophia Germer | April 9, 2022

Source: Nola.com | Full Article

The New Orleans Recreation Development Commission held their Easter Eggstravaganzas on Saturday under blue skies at the Lafitte Greenway, Joe W. Brown Park and Morris F.X. Jeff Recreational Complex. Families participated in Easter egg hunts and games.