New Orleans Bars
New Orleans Clubs
New Orleans Lounges
Alphabetical Listings ~ 68 ~ A - M N - Z
Old Opera House - New Orleans - Many of these artist's got their start at the Old Opera House and to this day many new artists get their start there also. It's not unusual to see many famous artist's come in and get up on stage with the band that's playing.
One Eyed Jacks - New Orleans - Magicians, fire eaters, comedians, aerialists and of course beautiful burlesque dancers all make up the core members of the troupe. Special guest artists such as sword swallowers, singers, and other circus acts make each show a unique and different experience so no two programs are ever the same.
Palm court Jazz Cafe - New Orleans - The Palm Court Jazz Cafe is located in one of the fastest growing areas of popularity in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Decatur Street is where its happening these days and the Palm Court is one of the focal centers of interest. The Palm Court is a must for every visit to New Orleans. Our authentic New Orleans' experience includes Live Jazz as you enjoy traditional New Orleans cuisine.
Parkway Bakery and Tavern - New Orleans - Parkway is a New Orleans tradition located at the corner of Hagan and Toulouse overlooking Bayou St. John. Our restaurant is the New Orleans po-boy destination in a nostalgic setting.
Pat O'Briens - New Orleans - Pat 'O's is perhaps the most famous bar in the world. It is the biggest bar in the world, in volume of alcohol sold, never mind the French Quarter! The patio bar is one of the most beautiful patios in all the French Quarter with a magnificent fountain as a centerpiece. The piano bar features dueling pianos with funhouse atmosphere. Pat O'Brien's is known for creating the 'Hurricane" rum cocktail.
Phillips Restaurant and Bar - New Orleans - Come enjoy yourself by playing darts, eating and drinking.
Pirates Alley Cafe and Absinthe House - New Orleans - is a full service café, that features food and fun in the traditional atmosphere. Its appearance and character is ever changing, at times, as warm as a springtime morning courtyard, or as foreboding as a cold, dark, fog shrouded London Street.
Port of Call Restaurant and Bar - New Orleans - Port of Call is famous for its hamburgers, steaks, salad, Specialty drinks located in the French Quarter. Port of Call was voted Best Burgers in New Orleans.
Praline Connection - New Orleans - The Praline Connection serves "down-home" cajun-creole style soul food at affordable prices. In 1993, The Praline Connection realized another dream by enlarging their uptown warehouse district location in acquiring the lease on the building once known as 'The New Orleans Music Hall,' and is now known as 'The Praline Connection Gospel and Blues Hall.'
Preservation Hall - New Orleans - traditional jazz music club. This is one of the only places in New Orleans where you'll find traditional New Orleans "Dixieland" jazz played by great local jazz musicians. The Preservation Hall is a musical venue in the French Quarter founded in 1961 to protect and honor New Orleans Jazz. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band travels worldwide spreading their mission to nurture and perpetuate the art form of New Orleans Jazz.