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Pat O'Brien's
718 St. Peter St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 525-4823, (800) 597-4823
www.patobriens.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Pat O’s is a must do when visiting the Quarter. This home of the Hurricane is loaded with charm and lush gardens, lively piano lounge, courtyard restaurant and even private party rooms. As the motto goes, everyone is sure to “Have Fun.”
The Sazerac Bar
123 Baronne St., Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans, LA 70112 [Map It]
(504) 648-1200, (800) 925-3673
www.therooseveltneworleans.com

Neighborhood: Central Business District/Downtown

Description: The legacy of New Orleans’ grandeur is alive at the Sazerac Bar, site of the creation of America's first cocktail, the Sazerac. Both the famous and the infamous have celebrated in this special place. Come join us for your favorite libation.
Carousel Bar
214 Royal St., Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 523-3341
www.hotelmonteleone.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: The Carousel Bar & Lounge is a classic and unique New Orleans bar located in the famous Hotel Monteleone. The Carousel is a merry-go-round bar that has been revolving since its installation in 1949. The bar is popular among locals and tourists who are looking to enjoy a specialty cocktail and live New Orleans jazz music in a one-of-a-kind setting. The Carousel Bar hosts weekly live music entertainment and overlooks historic Royal Street in the French Quarter.
Tipitina's
501 Napoleon Ave., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 895-8477
www.tipitinas.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District

Description: Founded as a clubhouse for Professor Longhair, Tip's has played host to NOLA music legends since opening its doors in 1977. Dr. John, the Neville Brothers and "Trombone Shorty" have all graced the stage at this excellent, standing-room-only venue. Check out the famous weekly fais do do, a Cajun dance party usually headed by Bruce Daigrepont and his band.
Napoleon House
500 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 524-9752
www.napoleonhouse.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Housed in a historic landmark dating from 1797 and family-owned since 1914, this European-style café serves local fare and generous drinks. While there are wine and beer lists, the house specialty is a cocktail. Sip on a Pimm's Cup as you soak in the French Quarter characters and old-world charm.
French 75 Bar
815 Bienville St., New Orleans, LA 70112 [Map It]
(504) 523-5433
www.arnauds.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
Preservation Hall
726 St. Peter St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 523-8939, (888) 946-5299
www.preservationhall.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Back in the days when the future of traditional New Orleans jazz seemed dim, this is the place that kept the music alive. Today, over 40 years later, the hall is still going strong. On any given night it's filled to capacity with people eager to hear authentic New Orleans jazz, played by both veteran and younger musicians. There's no bar or climate control, and a line usually forms outside about a half-hour before.
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
941 Bourbon St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 593-9761

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Built during the 1720s, Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar is regarded as the oldest structure to be used as a bar in the United States and is considered one of the oldest buildings in New Orleans. Lafitte’s has a deeply rich history in the city. Legend claims that the Lafitte Brothers originally used the shop between 1772 and 1791 as a base for smuggling operations. Historically, the building was used as a center for meeting among businessmen from Spain, France, Africa, and North America. The tavern is located on the corner of Bourbon and Philip Streets and open daily into the early morning hours.
Old Absinthe House
240 Bourbon St., New Orleans, LA 70112 [Map It]
(504) 523-3181

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: For almost 200 years the Old Absinthe House bar has been a staple of life in the French Quarter. Located on the corner of Rue Bourbon and Rue Bienville, the cooper-topped wooden bar captivates patrons as they sip their favorite beverages and the sights and sounds of the French Quarter trickle into this comfy tavern.
Maple Leaf Bar
8316 Oak St., New Orleans, LA 70118 [Map It]
(504) 866-9359
www.mapleleafbar.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District

Description: Originally a chess and music club, this dive-y spot has also hosted poetry readings and some of pianist James Booker's most incendiary recitals. The Maple Leaf is still the place to go if you're craving funky New Orleans music that sometimes doesn't cease until sunrise. The Rebirth Brass Band has a regular gig here, and if you're lucky, you just might catch the painter Frenchy in action.
Bacchanal Wine
600 Poland Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117 [Map It]
(504) 948-9111
www.bacchanalwine.com

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater

Description: Step into a world where food, music and culture collide to create one of the most memorable evenings you'll ever experience in NOLA. Bacchanal is the kind of place where you can let your hair down and let the good times roll, with a bar up front and live music on its spacious patio out back. Kick back and get a taste of NOLA with no-frills favorites from Chef Joaquin Rodas, like braised pork shoulder with hazelnuts and goat milk panna cotta. In the spirit of its Greek namesake, Bacchanal has something to celebrate every night of the week.
Hermes Bar at Antoines
713 St. Louis St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 525-8045
www.antoines.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter
The Three Muses
536 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 298-8746
www.3musesnola.com

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater

Description: Three Muses is a chic, exciting, authentic restaurant and bar located on the musically famous Frenchman street. Three Muses is a great local spot to stop for drinks and small plates (and some fabulous entertainment) before heading out to explore the lively music scene in the area. The restaurant hosts special cocktail and dinner events, as well as unique music gigs that create an inspiring and unforgettable New Orleans vibe. Locals say make sure to check it out! Accepting reservations at 3musesnola.com or opentable.com.
Cane and Table
1113 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
www.caneandtablenola.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Looking for some island flare, combined with Creole cuisine? Cane & Table in the French Quarter is the perfect restaurant and bar to visit! Self described as “rustic colonial cuisine with prototiki cocktails,” the restaurant offers fruity, island inspired drinks – with lots of rum, and customers rave about the restaurant's spin on an original BBQ dish - crispy rum ribs. Cane & Table is a mini-vacation during your trip to New Orleans and who can pass up a sunny island cocktail?
Domilise's Restaurant and Bar
5240 Annunciation St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 899-9126

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District

Description: Family operated for over 70 years. Original New Orleans Po-Boys. Roast beef, fried shrimp and fried oysters are highly recommended. This is a real New Orleans treat.
Snug Harbor
626 Frenchmen St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 949-0696
www.snugjazz.com

Neighborhood: Faubourg Marigny/Bywater

Description: The city's premier jazz club with live music seven nights a week. Ellis Marsalis is on stage most Fridays and Charmaine Neville sings most Mondays. A nice restaurant with great burgers and steaks is also on the premises. Two shows nightly at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Steamboat Natchez
1 Toulouse St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 586-8777, (800) 233-2628
www.steamboatnatchez.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: This classic Mississippi riverboat sails three times daily, at ll:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Traditional New Orleans jazz is featured and the evening cruise includes dinner (reservations required).
Bar Tonique
820 N Rampart St., New Orleans, LA 70124 [Map It]
(504) 324-6045

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Hidden off the beaten path in the French Quarter, Bar Tonique has long been a favorite of locals looking for quality cocktails without the pretense. Step into this oasis and you'll find one-of-a-kind service, eclectic beer and wine lists and a range of refreshing cocktails (just $5 during Happy Hour on Wednesdays.) More proof that this place is awesome—Tonique tips its hat to the service industry with insider discounts, plus free drinks for designated drivers.
Parkway Bakery and Tavern
538 Hagan Ave., New Orleans, LA 70119 [Map It]
(504) 482-3047

Neighborhood: Mid-City

Description: Traditional New Orleans sandwiches and po-boys.
Barrel Proof
1201 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
www.barrelproofnola.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District
Bouligny Tavern
3641 Magazine St., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 891-1810
www.boulignytavern.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District

Description: Quietly becoming New Orleans' new place to be, Bouligny Tavern is a wine bar, cocktail lounge and small-plate dining destination brought to you by Chef John Harris of Lilette Restaurant. With a nod to a bygone era of service-first establishments, a full-bodied embrace of Mid-Century modern design and a well-polished glint on glasses raised in full tilt toward the 21st century, Bouligny Tavern is at once chic and cozy, elegant yet familiar. Bouligny Tavern's menu of refined yet approachable and affordable small-plates is complimented by a substantial list of thoughtfully selected wines—with a focus on French and Italian wines—and a well-crafted cocktail menu. Whether it's after work, prime time or late night...we look forward to serving you.
SoBou
310 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130 [Map It]
(504) 552-4095
www.sobounola.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: Make your way to SoBou, where you can experience the French Quarter like a local. Expect food and drink that pays homage to New Orleans in a debonair — though still rollicking —setting. Sip on well-made Sazerac cocktails while savoring fare like the foie gras burger or crispy oyster tacos. On weekdays, be sure to try their Two Bit (25-cent) lunchtime martinis.
Cure
4905 Freret St., New Orleans, LA 70116 [Map It]
(504) 302-2357
www.curenola.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District

Description: Harkening back to a time when bars were bastions of civility and sophistication, Cure reintroduces its guests to an era where the experience of having a cocktail and a bite to eat was both healthful and enjoyable. Try carefully crafted, proprietary libations like Midnight in a Perfect World - made with bourbon and house-made peach syrup, among other ingredients, or Arbiter of Taste, a Sazarac with a twist.
The Bombay Club
830 Conti St., New Orleans, LA 70112 [Map It]
(504) 577-2237
www.bombayclubneworleans.com

Neighborhood: French Quarter

Description: This “hidden gem” is home to the largest selection of martinis in the city, Louisiana dishes, and live music.
The Delachaise
3442 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70115 [Map It]
(504) 895-0858
www.thedelachaise.com

Neighborhood: Uptown/Garden District

Description: The Delachaise. Even the name conjures up images of romance and class. Known for their wines (in particular, wines by the glass), this local date night spot also offers a curated selection of cocktails, beers and fare like moules frites and housemade pâté. With great ambiance and outdoor dining, you're invited to savor and share the moment.
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