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.
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.
5 of 5 stars
4 of 5 stars
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
Have you been to this Louisiana attraction? Tell other travelers what to expect. Submit a review today!
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
There's a great jazz band at the Funky Pirate . . . Big Al Carson. They are great fun. Drinks are good with the atmosphere of the French Quarter. We love this place!
For anyone who has interest in Celtic heritage or just likes a great Irish pub, O'Flaherty's is an absolute must. It's a little-known fact that New Orleans has the
I'm used to seeing Oz packed to the rafters with hot, sweaty, shirtless men who have had a couple or 8 cocktails during Southern Decadence. It is way way fun! I've been