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Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop

With dusky ambience and candles flickering all day long, Lafitte’s has long been one of the French Quarter’s most ...
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Tujague’s

Tujague’s was a workingman’s riverfront bar when it first opened in 1856, and remained so when it moved to its ...
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Napoleon House

The Napoleon House is what people who’ve never been to New Orleans imagine the city might look like: vaguely ...
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One Eyed Jack’s

The French Quarter’s top venue for touring musical acts, this Twin Peaks-inspired space is consistently aglow in red ...
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Pat O’Brien’s

Most of the Hurricane’s origin stories point to Pat O’Brien’s in the 1940s, an while there’s some evidence to refute ...
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Sylvain

Constantly packed to the gills with attractive young professionals sipping cocktails and snacking on shaved Brussels ...
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SoBou

Located inside the W Hotel in the French Quarter, the ultra-modern look and bright lights of SoBou feels as if a ...
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Doris Metropolitan

Doris flies somewhat under the radar in New Orleans, but is on the lips of everyone who is interested in the city’s ...
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Restaurant R’evolution

Restaurant R’evolution is not ashamed to be more than a little opulent, with a $200 caviar staircase anchoring a menu ...
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Kingfish

The granddaddy of all bartenders, Chris McMillian, can be found behind the bar at this French Quarter celebrity haunt ...