An important landmark in the history of jazz music, Preservation Hall, the St. Peter Street club built in 1803, hosts intimate nightly concerts with a broad selection of jazz talent.
Anyone can be a star at Cats Meow, a high-energy neighborhood bar in the French Quarter that pioneered karaoke-style singing entertainment years before it swept America.
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For nearly 100 years, Pat O’Brien’s has reigned as the classic French Quarter wine and spirits bar. Generations of drinking age patrons have raised a glass at Pat’s.
From the moment we walked in the door we knew we picked the right hotel. The lobby was spacious with a really nice couch and chairs for you to sit and talk while waiting
The Rock and Bowl is the essence of New Orleans local nightlife. It's a bowling alley. It's a bar. It's a dance hall. A live band (usually zydeco music) plays nightly
It was fun traveling down the Mississippi on a steam-fired paddleboat. You felt like you were going back in time to the days of paddleboats on the Mississippi. The
The nightlife is great on Bourbon Street. If you want a more local flavor, ask one of the bouncers at the Famous Door for a good local bar to hang out if you want some
This is a beautiful hotel in a great location. It is easy walking distance to the French Quarter and the river walk. There are several restaurants right out side the door.