21st Amendment Bar725 Iberville St., (504) 378-7330; www.21stamendmentlalouisiane.comCraft cocktailsThis bar serves aboriginal and archetypal affair and makes guests feel like they are actuality transported to a speakeasy in the 1920s acknowledgment to Prohibition-era art and photos of acclaimed mobsters. Open daily. No food.
Acme Ability House724 Iberville St., (504) 522-5973; www.acmeoyster.com/french-quarterRestaurant barThis full-service seafood restaurant and ability bar serves a array of cocktails, wine, beer and added spirits. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Arnaud’s French 75 Bar813 Bienville St., (504) 523-5433; www.arnaudsrestaurant.com/bars/french-75Restaurant barThe French 75 Bar at Arnaud’s restaurant is an affected lounge that serves as a adult escape from adjacent Bourbon Artery crowds. Accepted drinks accommodate the namesake French 75 forth with Sazeracs and added New Orleans classics. Open daily. Bar card available. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Mon.- Fri.
Bar R’evolution777 Bienville St., (504) 553-2277; www.revolutionnola.comRestaurant barTraditional New Orleans affair with a abreast ability are the ability of the bar staff. Accepted drinks accommodate the Belvedere’s Smogory Forest and Lake Bartezek distinct acreage vodka martinis, forth with wine flights. Sunday brunch appearance a applesauce trio. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri., noon-7 p.m. Sat., 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Sun.
Beach on Bourbon227 Bourbon St., (504) 522-9764; www.beachonbourbon.comBarA courtyard appearance a ablaze baptize fountain, and DJs accomplish every night at this avant-garde night club with a ample ball attic and VIP basement overlooking the stage. Booze specials accommodate a three-for-one blessed hour and a “bucket drink” — declared as”a brazier of your admired flavors.” Open daily. No food. Blessed hour opening-8 p.m. daily.
Belle Epoque240 Bourbon St., (504) 858-7400; www.ruebourbon.comCraft cocktailsThis cocktail lounge abaft the Old Absinthe Abode opened in October and appearance the aboriginal cypress bar and marble water-drip absinthe fountains originally acquired by the Old Absinthe Abode in 1871. Bulles Belle Epoque appearance La Clandestine absinthe and a Peychaud’s-soaked amoroso cube served in a slipstream absinthe bubbler with a best of attic aloe abstract and Earl Grey tea, blood-soaked hibiscus tea or ice baptize for a archetypal absinthe louche. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour midnight-2 a.m. daily.
Big Easy Daiquiris216 Bourbon St., 409 Decatur St., 501 Bourbon St., 617 Decatur St.; www.bigeasydaiquiris.comDaiquiri barSpecializing in blithely atramentous daiquiris that appear in a aggregation of flavors, Big Easy Daiquiris has four locations calmly apparent with neon signs. Accepted flavors accommodate pina colada, strawberry, boscage abstract and acceptable bellini. Drinks additionally are accessible in “virgin” versions for those who appetite the acquaintance afterwards the alcohol. Open daily. Aliment available.
Bistreaux at Maison Dupuy Hotel1001 Toulouse St., (504) 648-6153; www.maisondupuy.com/diningRestaurant barLocated in the Maison Dupuy hotel, this bar appearance murals of bodies dancing, red armchairs and added archetypal appliance pieces that accord it a around-the-clock ambience. The French 77 cocktail contains St. Germain, auto abstract and gin. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Sun.-Thu.
Black Duck BarPalace Cafe, 605 Canal St., (504) 523-1661; www.palacecafe.comRestaurant barOn the additional attic of Palace Cafe, which specializes in abreast Creole food, Atramentous Duck Bar is committed to rum from Louisiana, the Caribbean and beyond. There’s additionally a second-floor kitchen that serves island-inspired charcuterie and baby plates. Accepted drinks accommodate a arctic bananas Foster cocktail and a barrel-aged rum Manhattan. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
The Bombay ClubPrince Conti Hotel, 830 Conti St., (504) 577-2237; www.bombayclubneworleans.comMartini barModeled afterwards a acceptable English gentlemen’s club, the restaurant is the accomplishments for a bar confined added than 50 types of martinis and added archetypal cocktails. A array of European-inspired dishes are featured on the menu, and there’s alive music Wed.-Sun. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 1 p.m.-7 p.m. Sat.-Sun.
Bourbon Cowboy241 Bourbon St., (504) 523-3800; www.bourboncowboy.comBarThis Western-themed bar is accepted for its automated balderdash ride accepted amid Bourbon Artery revelers. You can accept to country music as you try the triple-shot alloyed drinks. Open daily. Blessed hour until 9 p.m. daily.
Bourbon Heat711 Bourbon St., (504) 324-4669; www.711bourbonheat.comBarThis Bourbon Artery bar offers alive music, televised sports, Creole aliment and is dog-friendly with alfresco seating. It’s accepted for able cocktails, like it’s signature The Heat, and beer. Blessed hour offers two-for-one, 24-ounce drafts and bifold able-bodied affair for the amount of a single. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour 11 a.m.-close Sun.-Thu.
Bourbon House144 Bourbon St., (504) 522-0111; www.bourbonhouse.comRestaurant barThe bar central this Dickie Brennan restaurant invites assemblage to brace selections from its all-encompassing bourbon accumulating with card offerings of oysters, shrimp, crab, angle and more. The accepted arctic bourbon milk bite combines house-made boilerplate gelato and Old Forester bourbon in a daiquiri machine. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Bourbon “O” Bar730 Bourbon St., (504) 571-4685; www.bourbono.comCraft CocktailsThere’s alive music nightly and the bar serves ability affair and added blithe drinks fabricated with afresh awkward juices and house-made mixers and syrups. Its Six-Minute Ramos gin buzz is popular. Open daily. Aliment available.
Bourbon Pub and Parade801 Bourbon St., (504) 529-2107; www.bourbonpub,comGay barThe gay bar and accepted ball atom hosts annoyance shows, karaoke, bequest music video nights, appearance tunes, and a DJ spinning nightly. The dog-friendly bar has alfresco seating, sports on TV and video poker. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-close Mon., 10 a.m.-noon and 5 p.m.- 8 p.m. Tues.-Sun.
Bourbon Artery Honky Tonk727 Bourbon St., (504) 523-1927; www.tropicalisle.comMusic clubReplacing the 25-year-old Funky Butt, this music club offers alive country and dejection music daily. Blessed hour appearance beer specials and three-in-one affair (three shots in one drink). Open daily. Snacks available. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-8 p.m. daily.
Brennan’s Roost Bar417 Royal St., (504) 525-9711; www.brennansneworleans.com/roost-barRestaurant barThis aviary-themed bar aural Brennan’s restaurant serves adapted archetypal affair and offers blessed hour specials that can be sipped in the bar breadth or the abundant courtyard. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 2 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Fri.
Cane & Table1113 Decatur St., (504) 581-1112; www.caneandtablenola.comRestaurant barSet in an 1830s-era building, the restaurant nods to New Orleans’ abode as the Caribbean’s northernmost burghal with tropics-inspired drinks and “prototiki” cocktails. The card includes baby plates and entrees. Basement is accessible in the courtyard. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Carousel Bar & LoungeHotel Monteleone, 214 Royal St., (504) 523-3341; www.hotelmonteleone.com/entertainment/carousel-barCraft cocktailsThe carousel-inspired revolving bar has played host to authors Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote as able-bodied as added luminaries aback it opened in 1949. Common orders accommodate archetypal New Orleans affair including the Vieux Carre, which was invented here. There’s alive music nightly. Open daily. Bar card available.
The Corner Pocket940 St. Louis St., (504) 568-9829; www.cornerpocket.netGay barThe dog-friendly French Quarter gay bar has bodies dancing nightly on the bar, a basin table and video poker. There’s an abecedarian ball challenge Friday and Zingo on Sunday. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour noon-7 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri.-Sun.
Cosimo’s1201 Burgundy St., (504) 522-9715; www.facebook.com/cosimosbarBarThe dog-friendly adjacency bar has a basin table, bound board, video poker and sports on TV. Tacos are $2 on Tuesdays. Open daily. Aliment available.
Coyote Ugly Saloon225 N. Peters St., (504) 561-0003; www.coyoteuglysaloon.com/neworleansBarTequila Tuesdays and added nightly booze specials, televised sports, bar amateur and karaoke are amid what attracts barter to this bar — oh, yeah, and the bar-top dancing fabricated acclaimed by the cine of the aforementioned name. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-2 a.m. Mon.-Thu., noon-4 a.m. Fri.-Sat., noon-2 a.m. Sun.
Crescent Burghal Brewhouse527 Decatur St., (504) 522-0571; www.crescentcitybrewhouse.comBreweryThis bar housed on the aboriginal attic of the brewery appearance afresh brewed beer, like the ablaze and hoppy Pilsner. There’s alive applesauce 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every night. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Curio301 Royal St., (504) 717-4198; www.curionola.comRestaurant barThis flush yet accidental bar central the eponymous restaurant offers balustrade angle of the surrounding art galleries, bar bites during blessed hour and the restaurant’s abounding abreast Creole menu. Drinks accommodate Hurricane cocktails, the Watson and Crick and the 4th Ward. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Davenport LoungeThe Ritz-Carlton New Orleans, 921 Canal St., (504) 670-2828; www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/new-orleansCraft cocktailsThe Ritz Carlton New Orleans’ bar appearance alive applesauce performances Wednesday through Saturday, generally accent by the lounge’s namesake trumpeter Jeremy Davenport. The booze card focuses on ability cocktails, and the bar hosts a circadian afternoon tea experience. Southern-inspired aggregate plates are available. Open daily. Aliment available.
Deja Vu Bar & Grill400 Dauphine St., (504) 523-1931; www.dejavunola.comRestaurant barThe architecture at 400 Dauphine St. has been a lot of things over the years, including Clyde’s Comedy Corner, area actor Ellen Degeneres got her start. Today, the 24-hour bar and barbecue is accepted for its blood-soaked marys and bounded aliment menu. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Deuce McAllister’s Ole Saint Kitchen & TapWyndham New Orleans French Quarter, 132 Royal St., (504) 309-4797; www.olesaint.comRestaurant barThe walls of this Wyndham New Orleans French Quarter auberge bar are busy with memorabilia from aloft New Orleans Saints active aback Deuce McAllister’s career. Abaft the bar are added than 50 beers on tap, in accession to a alternative of wines and spirits. The bar additionally serves Southern littoral cuisine. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse716 Iberville St., (504) 522-2467; www.dickiebrennanssteakhouse.comRestaurant barThe bar has a ample alternative of Irish whiskeys and a martini barrow for authoritative affair tableside. The bar offers baby plates and burgers, and bar assemblage can adjustment from the abounding steak abode menu. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Doris Metropolitan620 Chartres St., (504) 267-3500; www.dorismetropolitan.comRestaurant barLocated in the affection of the French Quarter, this flush steak abode serves a array of hand-crafted cocktails, has a diffuse wine account and offers an array of accomplished liquors. The aliment card includes steak, seafood and vegetable-forward dishes. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Thu.
Effervescence Bubbles & Bites1036 N. Rampart St., (504) 509-7644; www.nolabubbles.comWine barIn a adequate Victorian center-hall cottage congenital in the backward 1800s, this sparkling wine bar offers added than 33 array of bubbles, administration plates, ability affair and a assembly of added booze options. Open Wed.-Sun. Aliment available. Blessed hour opening-6 p.m.
The Empire Bar at Broussard’s819 Conti St., (504) 581-3866; www.broussards.com/empire-barRestaurant barThe anew adapted Empire Bar central the archetypal New Orleans’ restaurant serves archetypal affair including the Pimm’s Cup, Sazerac, French 75, Vieux Carre and Hurricanes. Aliment offerings accommodate Creole baby plates and a abounding brunch and banquet menu. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Felipe’s Taqueria301 N. Peters St., (504) 267-4406; felipestaqueria.comRestaurant barHouse-made red sangria and a key adhesive margarita are amid two of the best accepted options at this alive taqueria that serves the Mexican essentials. Felipe’s has several ample televisions acquainted into sports. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Foundation Allowance at Abode of Blues225 Decatur St., (504) 310-4976; www.houseofblues.com/neworleans/frMusic clubThe affectionate dining allowance admiral at Abode of Dejection appearance a aliment card that changes nightly and hand-crafted cocktails. With 10 tables, there is a focus on claimed absorption and service. There’s alive music Tuesday through Saturday and late-night DJ sets on the weekend. Open Tue.-Sun. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Tue.-Thu.
GW Fins808 Bienville St., (504) 581-3467; www.gwfins.comRestaurant barThe restaurant serves award-winning seafood dishes and specialty cocktails. Accepted beverages accommodate its amber martini and The Bienville — fabricated with Buffalo Trace whiskey, candied vermouth and Peychaud’s aperitivo. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Galatoire’s 33 Bar and Steak215 Bourbon St., (504) 335-3932; wwww.galatoires33barandsteak.comRestaurant barThe affectionate bar abutting to grande amazon Galatoire’s has an absorbing booze affectation and serves archetypal affair and card specials on New Orleans Saints gamedays. One of its best in-demand drinks is its rose cocktail, a alloy of sparkling rose, Aperol, affection bake-apple abstract and auto juice. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Good Friend’s Bar & Queen’s Head Pub740 Dauphine St., (504) 566-7191; www.goodfriendsbar.comGay barThe affair never stops at Good Friend’s Bar and Queen’s Head Pub. Tuesday nights are accepted for karaoke performances by alcohol-fueled patrons. The 24-hour collective turns into a piano bar on Saturday afternoons. Accepted drinks accommodate the Separator. Open daily. No food.
GrandPre’s834 N. Rampart St., (504) 267-3615; www.facebook.com/grandpresGay barThe dog-friendly, adjacency gay bar has karaoke on Sunday, country dancing Tuesday, video bold night Wednesday and approved annoyance and “boylesque” shows. New Orleans Saints Sunday amateur are on TV and the bar serves chargeless shots with every Saints touchdown. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour noon-9 p.m. daily.
Hard Rock Cafe125 Bourbon St., (504) 529-5617; www.hardrockcafe.com/location/new-orleansRestaurant barThe amplitude is busy with music memorabilia including instruments, outfits, photos and more. Music videos accommodate ball for dining on American cuisine and bounded specialties or bubbler a Hurricane or Southern Rock, fabricated with Southern Comfort, vodka, Jack Daniel’s, atramentous raspberry liqueur and candied and acerb mix. There’s alive music on Tuesday. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
House of Dejection Restaurant & Bar225 Decatur St., (504) 310-4961; www.houseofblues.com/neworleansMusic clubThe area is accepted for its folk art, music-themed adornment and circadian alive music performances in its restaurant, bar and covered courtyard. The music club books civic and all-embracing touring acts as able-bodied as bounded performers. The Voodoo Garden is a dog-friendly courtyard and the restaurant serves Southern-inspired dishes. A accepted booze is the Insane Hurricane. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Ice Abode BarProvincial Hotel, 1024 Chartres St., (504) 581-4995; www.hotelprovincial.comHotel barNewly renovated, with a painting by New Orleans artisan Ashley Longshore as one of the bar’s focal points, the Provincial Hotel’s signature watering aperture serves archetypal drinks like blood-soaked marys, Hurricanes and Sazeracs. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-6 p.m. daily.
Jazz Playhouse at Royal SonestaRoyal Sonesta New Orleans, 300 Bourbon St., (504) 553-2229; www.sonesta.com/jazzplayhouseMusic clubThe club appearance alive applesauce nightly in an affectionate setting, and there’s a caricatural achievement at 11 p.m. Friday. Accepted drinks accommodate the themed Trixie’s Caricatural Ballroom (named for caricatural aerialist Trixie Minx). Baby bowl options accommodate charcuterie, cheese boards and candied treats. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Kingfish Kitchen & Cocktails337 Chartres St., (504)598-5005; www.kingfishneworleans.comRestaurant barThis accidental bar in Kingfish Restaurant pays admiration to one of Louisiana’s best bright politicians: Huey P. Long, aka The Kingfish. Sazeracs, Pimm’s Cups and the Blueberry Hill are accepted drinks. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 2 p.m.-7 p.m. daily.
Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop941 Bourbon St., (504) 593-9761; www.lafittesblacksmithshop.comBarReportedly the oldest bar in the country, Lafitte’s is housed in a anatomy from the 1700s. Called for an abominable pirate, the affectionate yet alive atom hosts alive music and DJ sets, forth with added appropriate events. Accepted drinks are Hurricanes and Voodoo Amethyst daiquiris. Open daily. No food.
Little Close Isle435 Bourbon St., (504) 523-1927; www.tropicalisle.comBarThere’s alive music Friday through Sunday and shot-and-drink specials during bandage breaks. The bar is dog-friendly, and there’s basement outdoors. Look for abstract beer specials during blessed hour. Open daily. Snacks available. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-8 p.m. daily.
Longway Tavern719 Toulouse St., (504) 962-9696; www.longwaytavern.comRestaurant barLongway Tavern is a accidental atom for avaricious a bite and/or cocktail afore a night out, a abode to dine, or a abode to get a nightcap afore annex home. The courtyard is dog-friendly, and accepted affair accommodate daiquiris, Moscow mules, Sidecars and the Greena colada. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-6 p.m. daily.
Maison Bourbon Applesauce Club641 Bourbon St., (504) 522-8818; www.maisonbourbon.comMusic clubThis applesauce club on Bourbon Artery accuse no awning and offers alive music every night, forth with televisions for sports fans. Accepted booze options accommodate the Voodoo daiquiri, Hurricanes and Sazeracs, forth with annealed Irish coffee. Open daily. No food.
May Baily’s Place415 Dauphine St., Suite 3405; (504) 586-1800; www.maybailys.comBarThis Creole-style cottage houses a bar called for one the best belled bordellos in the city’s Storyville district. Against the accomplishments of boudoir-inspired adornment and art that pays admiration to caricatural dancers, bartenders agitate hand-crafted cocktails. Open daily. No food.
My Bar @ 635635 Bourbon St., (504) 267-7170; www.mybar635.comMusic clubLocated on the additional attic aloft the music area is a speakeasy-style bar with a balustrade overlooking Bourbon Street. The amethyst Voodoo daiquiri is a accepted booze choice. Open daily. No food.
Napoleon House500 Chartres St., (504) 524-9752; www.napoleonhouse.comRestaurant barNapoleon Abode is accepted for its muffulettas and ability cocktails. People-watch from a bench central area you can watch passersby on the sidewalk or accept an affectionate amplitude in the courtyard. Archetypal affair accommodate the Pimm’s Cup. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
NOLA Restaurant534 St. Louis St., (504) 522-6652; www.emerilsrestaurants.com/nolaRestaurant barUnder the captain of chef Emeril Lagasse, NOLA Restaurant’s globally aggressive Creole/Acadian card is complemented by a acceptable cocktail menu. A above hit is its house-made blood-soaked mary, which incorporates alarm pepper-infused vodka, a house-made mix and ambrosial blooming beans. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-6 p.m. daily.
Oceana Grill739 Conti St., (504) 525-6002; www.oceanagrill.comRestaurant barShow up for the drinks and break for the backtalk cakes or added Cajun and Creole dishes accessible at Oceana Grill. The French Quarter restaurant is accepted for its drinks like the Cajun blood-soaked mary and the Close Storm. Alfresco basement is available. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Old Absinthe House240 Bourbon St., (504) 523-3181; www.ruebourbon.comCraft cocktailsThis celebrated watering hole, accustomed in 1807, specializes in archetypal absinthe and launched its Belle Epoque Absinthe Lounge in October, which guests can admission by entering through a speakeasy-style aperture in the back. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour 9 a.m.-2 a.m. Mon.-Tue., 9 a.m.-3 a.m. Wed.-Thu., 9 a.m.-4 a.m., Fri.-Sun.
One Eyed Jacks615 Toulouse St., (504) 569-8361; www.oneeyedjacks.netMusic clubThe French Quarter atom has a advanced alehouse and a music allowance with a mix of concerts by touring groups and bounded bands, caricatural and a ball affair on Wednesday and ‘80s ball night on Thursday. Accepted drinks accommodate beer, tequila and whiskey. Open daily. No food.
Pat O’Brien’s Bar718 St. Peter St., (504) 525-4823; www.patobriens.comBarThere are three notable areas to appointment at Pat O’Brien’s Bar: the antic piano lounge featuring sing-alongs, the actor bar busy with beer steins and the ample courtyard with a ablaze fountain. There’s alive music daily. Hurricanes, excellent juleps and blood-soaked marys are the best accepted drinks, and there’s a card of burgers, archetypal Creole dishes and alligator bites. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Patrick’s Bar Vin730 Bienville St., (504) 200-3180; www.patricksbarvin.comWine barThe adult wine bar with adequate bar stools, chairs and couches appearance alfresco basement and a advanced alternative of wines and cheeses. Booze specials accommodate calm beers, able-bodied liquor and “Patrick’s best kept secret” wine for $5 a glass. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Thu.
Razoo Club and Patio511 Bourbon St., (504) 522-5100Dance clubThere’s a date for alive music, DJs and karaoke, forth with televised sports, patio basement and more. Abode bandage The Phunky Monkeys performs Sunday through Thursday. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour opening-8 p.m. daily.
Red Angle Grill115 Bourbon St., (504) 598-1200; www.redfishgrill.comRestaurant barSeafood dishes, gumbo, alligator boudin assurance and added bounded dishes adroitness the aliment menu, while hand-shaken daiquiris fabricated with melancholia capacity are accepted at the bar. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Thu.
Slush601 Bourbon St; 401 Bourbon St.; www.slushnola.comBarFrozen “poptails,” booze-filled adhering bears, bashed milkshakes and added arctic treats are featured on the menu. French chips accessible at 601 Bourbon St. location. Open daily.
SoBou310 Chartres St., (504) 552-4095; www.sobounola.comRestaurant barThe bar’s mixologists strive to bout the adroitness in the kitchen at this annex of the Commander’s Palace ancestors of restaurants. A broiled citrus Vieux Carre cocktail is a adaptation of the archetypal booze that combines Sazerac rye, candied vermouth, Benedictine, Angostura and Peychaud’s bitters and broiled bounded citrus. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu. Blessed hour 3 p.m.- 6 p.m. daily.
Spirits on Bourbon615 Bourbon St.; www.spiritsonbourbon.comBeer pubWith a piano bar and a card that includes gumbo, wings and burgers, Booze on Bourbon offers alfresco basement and televised sports. A bedfellow admired is the rum-based Resurrection cocktail, which was featured on the TV appearance “Bar Rescue.” Open daily. Aliment available.
The Starlight817 St. Louis St., (504) 827-1655; www.starlightloungenola.comMusic clubThe celebrated French Quarter lounge showcases alive music nightly and serves specialty drinks like the Bourbon Smash, as able-bodied as beer and wine. Piano blessed hour is 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Saturday. The kitchen serves Venezuelan artery food. Open daily. Aliment available. Blessed hour 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Sat.-Sun.
The Swamp516 Bourbon St., (504) 528-9400; www.bourbon-swamp.comBarIn a brick architecture with age-old adhesive walls, The Swamp hosts alive bands and DJs and has big-screen TV’s for antic events. Drinks specials are three-for-one beers or triple-shot alloyed drinks. Try your abilities on “Swamp Thang,” a automated bull-like alligator. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour opening-8 p.m. daily.
Tableau616 St. Peter St., (504) 934-3463; www.tableaufrenchquarter.comRestaurant barSet in a three-story townhouse, Tableau is accepted for Creole food. The ability cocktail account appearance drinks like Just As Well, which is Buffalo Trace bourbon, rosemary, auto and Bitterman’s Caricatural bitters. Abounding restaurant menu. Open daily. Blessed hour circadian 2 p.m.-5 p.m.
Tiki Tolteca301 N. Peters St., additional floor, (504) 535-7778; www.tikitolteca.comCraft cocktailsTiki ability is the focus at this bar admiral from Felipe’s Taqueria. Mai tais, Hurricanes and Scorpion Bowls are popular. Thursday nights affection alive music. All card affair are $3 off from aperture to 7 p.m., and the bar offers a alleged “snack” of booze-soaked adhering bears. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour open-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Touche BarOmni Royal Orleans, 621 St. Louis St., (504) 529-5333; www.omnihotels.comBarThe French Quarter bar central Omni Royal Orleans serves archetypal cocktails, sangria, beer and wine. Ablaze entrees, salads and po-boys are available. Open daily.
Tropical Isle’s Anchorage Club610 Bourbon St., (504) 529-1702; www.tropicalisle.comMusic clubThere’s alive music every night at this dog-friendly bar with alfresco basement and a Cajun anchorage theme. Accepted drinks accommodate the signature Hand Grenade, the Shark Attack, Horny Gator and Close Itch. Open daily. No food. Blessed hour 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Thu., 1 p.m.-8 p.m. Fri.-Sun.
Tropical Isle Bourbon721 Bourbon St., (800) 475-3649; www.tropicalisle.comMusic clubThere’s alive music every night at this dog-friendly tropical-themed bar. There are hot basics for snacking and alfresco seating. The Hand Grenade, the Shark Attack, Horny Gator and Close Itch are accepted booze choices. Open daily. Snacks available. Blessed hour noon-8 p.m. daily.
Tropical Isle Original600 Bourbon St.,(504) 525-1689; www.tropicalisle.comMusic clubThree-for-one affair (meaning three shots in one drink) are accepted during blessed hour at this tropical-themed club, which has alive music every day. There’s additionally alfresco basement and dogs are welcome. Accepted drinks accommodate the signature Hand Grenade, the Shark Attack, Horny Gator and Close Itch. Open daily. Snacks available. Blessed hour aperture until 7 p.m. daily.
Tujague’s Restaurant823 Decatur St., (504) 525-8676; www.tujaguesrestaurant.comRestaurant barTujague’s Restaurant will be affective to addition area soon, but its bar card acceptable will abide the same. The Grasshopper cocktail was invented here, and added accepted options accommodate Sazeracs, Pimm’s Cups and Vieux Carres. No aliment is served at the bar, but you can booty your booze to a table and adjustment New Orleans cuisine like shrimp and grits and charbroiled oysters. Open daily.
Turtle Bay1119 Decatur St., (504) 586-0563; www.turtlebayneworleans.comBarThis accidental bar has active abounding late-night revelers with its alternative of pizzas, burgers, wings and steaks. It additionally has a booze card that includes 25 beers on tap. Open daily. Abounding restaurant menu.
Vive! Bar717 Conti St., (504) 525-2300; wwww.hotellemarais.com/nightlifeHotel barThe avant-garde cocktail lounge central Auberge le Marais appearance LED lighting and alfresco basement by its pool. Open daily. No food.
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