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Dive Bar in New Orleans, LA
1.Pat O'Brien's Bar
718 Saint Peter St
BarsCocktail LoungesNight Clubs
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
BarsAmerican RestaurantsFamily Style RestaurantsCreole & Cajun Restaurants
I loved the location and the setting. It was beautiful and of course great hurricanes since they invented them. And good food.
1413 Upperline St
Wine BarsBarsCreole & Cajun RestaurantsSeafood Restaurants
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 d
4.Pat O's On The River Private Parties
600 Decatur St
Banquet Halls & Reception FacilitiesBarsBar & GrillsCaterers
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 beau
7538 Maple St
$40 Value for Four or More People+1more
Great service & food! Great times watching the game.
6.Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
941 Bourbon St
BarsNight ClubsBar & GrillsTaverns
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
TavernsBar & GrillsBars
great place to hang out and watch your bike. This is a true french quarter bar.
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