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Mar 23, 2017

New Orleans Nightlife

A party city if there ever was one, there’s always something to do under the moon. When the sun sets, the bars, clubs, casinos, and jam sessions start serving, dancing, ringing, and jamming. From cheesy Karaoke in the French Quarter to top-of-the-line blues houses; from mad-hatted Hurricanes and Daiquiris at Pat O’Brien’s to more sophisticated sips prepared with care in hipper areas like the Marigny, Uptown, and Bywater – this city knows how to make music and serve a cocktail with verve. A nightowl’s paradise, boredom is an impossibility. 

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To do at night in New Orleans

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Blue Nile Marigny

Where the locals go to hear live music – jazz to funk. If you’re in the mood for some horns, trumpets, saxophones and other big brass, come on down. And forget the kind of watered-...


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Bridge Lounge Garden District

Lounge lovers with dogs are often seen here (especially on Tuesdays) – even the décor includes pictures of pups. But you don’t have to have a pooch to meet and greet – it’s just as...


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Cat's Meow French Quarter

After some drinks at Pat O’Brien’s down the street, you might want to head out to this place to exercise those liquored-up pipes. Karaoke reigns in this bourbon street establishmen...


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Checkpoint Charlies Marigny

Sometimes called Igor’s by the locals, this is a 24-hour rock-spot with a bohemian-meets-dingy clientele. It’s unique in that it’s a bar-meets-Laundromat – you can toss some coins ...


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Cure Uptown

The people at Cure want you to feel that you’ve entered another era, an era where, as they mention on their website, “the cocktail bar was a place where ladies and gentlemen when t...


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Garden District Pub Garden District

With an exposed brick backdrop and a friendly atmosphere, this place is on the up and up. Some perks: they have a huge imported, domestic, and local beer selection; a reverse happy...


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Harrah’s Casino Central Business District

Your typical Las-Vegas-style casino, Harrah’s has everything you’d expect: slots, tables, dancing, drinking, food. If you’ve got an itch to spend and gamble, this is the place for ...


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Herbsaint Central Business District

As one of New Orleans top restaurants, Herbsaint is also known for its bar. With a full selection of drinks and cocktails, it also has a comprehensive wine list that covers French ...


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La Nuit Uptown

A dingy little place with a lot of character – or characters that is. That’s right, La Nuit is a theatre – a comedy club mostly – with standup comics; New Orleans’ longest-running ...


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Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop French Quarter

From the outside, the place looks like it might fall apart, and, inside, it’s a hot (as in sweltering) piano bar that attracts the theater kids from the uptown university campuses ...


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Le Bon Temps Roule Uptown

Pub during the day, Music Venue by night, this is an insider’s hangout. It’s known as the “House of Dues” among young musicians in town. The result for music fans: an eclectic sele...


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Le Chat Noir Central Business District

Put down the knitting, the book and the broom . . . Life is a Cabaret, old chum. Come to the Cabaret. As close to Montmartre as you’re gonna get in America, Le Chat Noir’s cabaret ...


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Liuzza’s by the Track Mid City

The ultimate neighborhood bar. Out of mind and out of site from most tourist experiences, this bar is for those among you who want to “when in Rome-it.” The regulars at Liuzza’s mi...


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Molly’s at The Market French Quarter

A good beer selection, and an alternative crowd. It’s on a good bar-hopping street too, in case you want to move around. But, once you’re at Molly’s you’ll want to stick around. Th...


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Ohm Lounge Central Business District

Chinese and Japanese décor fuse with New York chic to create an atmosphere for sipping martinis and listening to electronic music. Ohm also has floor to ceiling windows, from where...


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Oz French Quarter

One of the most popular and well-known, if not THE most popular Gay Dance Club in New Orleans. From Drag shows to Disco Balls and 80s night on Thursday, not to mention “Dingo” (Oz’...


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Pat O’Brien’s French Quarter

Of all the places you’ll bound to feel hung-over from the next day, Pat O’Brien’s ranks in the top five. Partying here is full-fledged, touristy, and something like a bachelor part...


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Snug Harbor Marigny

Good food, good music, good drinkin’. That’s the gist, anyway. The quaint bistro connected to Snug Harbor is separate from the actual music area so it’s not exactly dinner theater,...


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Swizzle Stick Bar Central Business District

Revisit the 50s and 60s, cocktail in hand, darling, at this chic watering hole located in the Loews New Orleans Hotel right in the middle of the Central Business District. Connecte...


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Tipitina’s Uptown

What started out as a neighborhood jam joint dedicated to Henry Roeland Byrd (aka: Professor Longhair), one of the most loved Blues guys in Nola, is now an international hot-spot f...

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