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Bars in New Orleans, LA
1.Pat O'Brien's Bar
718 Saint Peter St
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This is where they invented the 'hurricane' drink. Be careful though, it tastes like fruit punch but it'll creep up on you :P
2.Pat O'Brien's Courtyard Restaurant
624 Bourbon St
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I must say this is the one of the best in restaurant in New Orleans. I had one of their famous Hurricanes and It was really delicious .Staff was friendly and the atmosphere was wonderful. Make sure to go into the Piano Bar as well as the courtyard. Highly recommended!
1413 Upperline St
BarsCreole & Cajun RestaurantsSeafood RestaurantsArt Galleries, Dealers & Consultants
On our first trip to New Orleans, we had heard many great things about this restaurant, and we were not let down at all. we highly recommend making reservations before you get there. We were there during the Garlic Festival. My whole meal including dessert had garlic in it. The whole meal was magical and very romantic.
4.Pat O's On The River Private Parties
600 Decatur St
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If you love the true French Quarter flavor or want to experience it for the first time, then this is a must. Anytime the sun is shining I get "Pat O" fever. The open air court yard is absolutly beauuuutiful! It will bring you back to another place and time. The fried shrimp is melt in your mouth delicious. The staff is always exceptional, welcoming and friendly. Of course, you have to try a traditional Pat O Hurricaine while you are there. But be careful, only one, that's all you need. This is my all time favorite fun, fun, fun resturant. Love, Love, Love this 'have to go to' place!!!
7538 Maple St
Great service & food! Great times watching the game.
6.Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
941 Bourbon St
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Great memories at this old haunt. Old black man singing blues on the piano, famous place, dimly lit. I stop there everyi time I'm in NOLA.
7.Johnny White's Pub & Grill
718 Bourbon St
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great place to hang out and watch your bike. This is a true french quarter bar.
8.The Chart Room
300 Chartres St
Stopped in because the music sounded good and it was to hot to be outside . Great people watching in and outside the bar ? Bartenders that were nuts in a good way ? Cheers in New Orleans ? Will return
1239 Royal St
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I lived in New Orleans 1980-1982, my first apt. was in Marigny and I am a straight female...but the GL was always my favorite bar...open 24 hours, extremely friendly locals, terific bartenders AND they pour a potent drink that won't break your bank! If it still is like this, then thankfully some things never change. Does anyone know if Danny Wilson is still the owner?
10.Ryan's Irish Pub Atm
241 Decatur St
Brew PubsBarsTavernsBar & Grills
we all passed a really good time @ Ryan's Irish Pub after the concert @ The House of Blues...so what does that tell you? Ryan's is a very cool place to hang out, even for great bands like Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force!! We truly enjoyed ourselves! Here's to Ryan's - Cheers to the best f*****g Irish Pub in the world. That's what Ryan's t-shirts have on them & it's true. Yes, I bought a t-shirt & the band signed it for me ;)~ Awesome night! I, for one - will ALWAYS remember Ryan's Irish Pub & thank them for an incredible night. By the way, the band chose to go there! Kudos to these sexy Swedes!!! Irish & Swedes unite @ Ryan's!\r \r Long live Yngwie Malmsteen, his band & Ryan's Irish Pub...\r \r An American Beauty - (t-shirt I wore to the concert)\r \r MystifyMsAngel\r \r
8118 Oak St
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618 Frenchmen St
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There's a lot to like about d.b.a. -- the muted, dark wooden decor, the extensive beer and liquor selection and its prime Frenchmen Street real estate. But be careful when you go, because late weekend nights seem to bring out some of the city's rudest patrons. Navigating through the crowd at these times can be downright impossible unless you're a contortionist with a diminished sense of personal space. General late-afternoon and early-evening ""happy hour"" times are much easier, friendlier and more casual, the better to enjoy the exhausting array of spirits d.b.a. has to offer.
870 Harrison Ave
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14.Visions Mens Club
4000 Downman Rd
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15.Apple Barrel Bar
609 Frenchmen St
My dad's playin' there tonight. (Butch Trivette) Siiiiigh...Sure wish I could be there, but I'm stuck in Georgia for the time being. :/ You GO Pop! ;)
16.Snake & Jake's Xmas Club Lounge
7612 Oak St
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That's what Anthony Bourdain called it in Australian Vogue once, anyway. It's usually dark enough to make anyone look good, if you don't like the music, wait five minutes and it'll change, and an endless supply of United Cabs are only a phone call away. I second the sunglasses and mini raincoat (they won't let me say con dom!) suggestion wholeheartedly. Might want to bring more than one pocket protector, though... wink, wink, nudge, nudge....
17.Port of Call
838 Esplanade Ave
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I lover new Orleans Mi home town
1109 Decatur St
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It's busy and loud, but OMG - it's AWESOME!!! This place has the best Jambalaya I've ever had. \r \r We never experienced anything like what one of the previous posters said - the wait/serving staff were very nice, and they were pretty fast to get us seated. We did have a wait, but COME ON!!! It's NOLA! You're going to wait for good food! We only waited about 5-10 minutes to get in, and as soon as a seat cleared, they were cleaning it to get it ready for the next person.\r \r ALSO - the Margarita's have the MOST BANG for your buck! The taste is awesome, and they use LOTS of liquor. :)\r \r We will be going to go back there every time we're in town. \r
19.Emeril's Delmonico Restaurant
1300 Saint Charles Ave
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640 Bourbon St
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Went to the 3 for 1 happy hour. The band was amazing. Just don't order three drinks because you will get nine as the ladies next to me found out.
730 Bourbon St.
The Voodoo Mojo is poured in a souvenir cup and is made with Sailor Jerry Rum for a taste that is smooth and refreshing. A light food menu is also available.
22.Hi Ho Lounge
2239 Saint Claude Ave
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As a low ceiling and mauve paint with 0 ventalation can have lingering negative affects on the mind like a Lynch film, the HI-HO- when it was HI-HO-HUM DRUM did this exactly. \r HOWEVER! This is no longer the case at the HI-HO Lounge. The HI-HO is not only under new management and owner ship it has undergone a complete physical tranformation. High toungue and groove ceilings, expanded stage, clean backstage areas, Fantastic new sound system, and reliable booking teams bringing international acts, are truely making the difference in the NEW HI-HO experience. \r HI-HO Lounge still offers low, low, drink prices, w/a friendly neighborhood vibe and it's still just a hop-skip from the quarter. You have to see it to believe it. If you've never seen it, NOW IS THE TIME! But don't just take my word for it...Callem up, Pass on by, get your music booked today.
23.Cajun Mike's Pub n' Grub
116 Baronne St
This is a nice little joint to relax and enjoy, watch a game or just talk with some Loco, ask the bar attendant were to go get nice Cajun food, she is awesome too.
24.The Boondock Saint
731 Saint Peter St
BarsPool HallsBrew PubsSports Bars
POOL HALL AND SPORTS BAR
26.Twi Ro PA
1544 Tchoupitoulas St
I am a recent graduate from Tulane and I have seen numerous shows in New Orleans at House of Blues, Tips and Howling Wolf but Twiropa is far and away the best venue to see a show. They have the most space and biggest bars of all the aforementioned venues and the sound quality is pristine.
3442 Saint Charles Ave
Always travel there on business and stay next door at Hampton Inn. As a single girl, I feel safe there. Great owner pays attention to me dining/drinking wine alone. He has great suggestions and the place is quaint. Supposedly the building has been everything from a dress shop to a house of ill-repute. Love it!
28.Feelings Cafe D'aunoy
2600 Chartres St
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Wonderful dinner and very good service. Everyone was friendly and all the courses were delicious.
2133 Saint Charles Ave
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Igor's is a great place to go and meet the locals and have a drink and something to eat. The food is so good and I have had about every thing they have. I did have a home right around the corner and I would meet my friends and get some drinks and food and do my laundry at the same time. I Love that Home..........
310 Andrew Higgins Dr
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My friend and I went to New Orleans to party for the weekend, we were both a first timer there. When we were asking people where to go at night everyone suggested ""metro"". We got there early around 10 after seeing all the people partying already on Burboun St. This was big mistake. They were not opened yet and we saw them setting up the place. they kept telling us in 10 minutes, so we ended up going to the hotel near by and hanged out alittle. We finally made it and there was a 10$ cover charge and boy it was worth it. Drinks' prices were average and the music was just amaizng. around 12 it got very packed but in a good way. Everyone was nicley dressed up and having fun with the great music played. \r \r
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