Golden Feather Mardi Gras Indian Restaurant Art Gallery

Come out to celebrate and witness a New Orleans cultural tradition, the Indian’s Black Masking of Big Chief Golden Feather at the Beer Release Party on St.Joseph Night Sunday, March 19, 2018 at 7:00pm.

Established by Shaka and Na’imah Zulu, Golden Feather is a location that offers to both tourists as well as locals the rich history and stories of the Mardi Gras Indians through the beauty and splendor of a gallery, gift shop, restaurant, and supply house. Also presented at this house of art are lectures and sewing demonstrations by Mardi Gras Indian Chief, Shaka Zulu.Mardi Gras Indian Suits, framed art and traditional hand-sewn pieces are showcased throughout the gallery culminating into a stunning exhibit of fine art. Hence bringing the people of New Orleans as well as others from all walks of life together at a formidable meeting place. One of the stunning features at Golden Feather is a charming restaurant featuring foods of Congo Square and soon, coffees and teas from around the world. The charm and beauty of the restaurant provide a comfortable atmosphere allowing people from around the world, along with our locals, to meet and make new friends.

Also coming soon to Golden Feather is an one stop showroom that would include all the merchandise needed to build a Mardi Gras Indian Suit. This location will cater to the Mardi Gras Indians in addition to the local Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs, Mardi Gras Krewes, and Performing Arts Companies

Golden Feather is an AMAZING venue. The Indian Suits on display are really beautiful. The atmosphere is extremely welcoming. I highly recommend Golden Feather.

Golden Feather Bistro

704 N. Rampart St.
New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 266-2339

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Hours: Wed-Sun 11:30am-10pm
Free Off-Street Parking: No
Handicapped Accessible: No/Unknown

Restaurant Information

Cuisine Type/s: African, Cajun, Creole, Local/Regional Fare
Attire: Casual
Open For: Lunch, Dinner

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