About the Museum
The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), New Orleans' oldest fine arts institution, opened on December 16, 1911, with only 9 works of art. Today, the museum hosts an impressive permanent collection of almost 40,000 objects. Ralph Brenna's Café NOMA, located inside these historic walls, is a proud partner of NOMA in continuing it's legacy of rich history and culture in New Orleans.
For more information on NOMA, please visit www.noma.org
Cafe NOMA Hours of Operation
Tuesday - Thursday 10am - 6pm. The kitchen closes at 4:30pm. Pastries and Coffee are available until 6pm.
Friday 10am - 6pm.
(Select Fridays : extended to 9pm, Kitchen 5pm - 8pm)
Saturday 10am - 5pm. The kitchen closes at 3:30pm. Pastries and Coffee are available until 5pm.
Sunday 11am - 5pm. The kitchen closes at 3:30pm. Pastries and Coffee are available until 5pm.
Café NOMA is available as a unique setting for dinner parties & cocktail receptions, both business & social either in our dining room or outdoors in the courtyard.
Event Space Availability
Monday - Thursday evenings beginning at 7pm
Saturday & Sunday nights beginning at 6pm
Lunches & Picnics
Group lunch reservations, up to 20 guests, are available during museum hours Tuesday - Sunday.
For groups larger than 20, our culinary team offers a variety of boxed lunches to enjoy in historic City Park.
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