New Orleans Nightlife
As with all big cities, and particularly a city with New Orleans’ reputation, the nightlife offerings are legion. There’s no way to really do it justice here. So, these are just a few ideas to get you started. No recommendations good or bad.
An upscale restaurant and martini lounge.
830 Conti St.; 504- 586-0972, 800- 699-7711
A piano bar in the Hotel Monteleone, offering Jazz & Blues favorites Wednesday thru Saturday nights.
214 Royal St; 504-523-3341
A legendary Blues bar frequented by Big Al Carson.
727 Bourbon St.; 504-523-1960, 800-475-3649
A French Quarter staple, and tourist favorite, this is the home of the world famous Hurricane, a sizable rum cocktail mixed with Pat O’Brien’s signature Hurricane mix. For Mardi Gras partiers, this is ground zero. Call for hours.
718 St. Peter St. 504-525-4823
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