544 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-568-9127
Intimate and lively blues club featuring live music nightly.
735 Bourbon St. New Orleans, LA 70116 504-581-6740
Hip, 2 story dance club. Downstairs is "The Living Room" where a DJ spins the hottest mixes in an intimate setting. Upstairs in "The Loft" you can chill on an overstuffed sofa with some of the finest cocktails in the city and a great view of Bourbon St. from the Balcony.
1123 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-523-7150
Local bar serving cocktails since 1932. Late night into early morning dive bar on lower Decatur Street. Open 24 hours.
811 Iberville Street New Orleans, LA 70112 504-522-9187
The best excuse for staying out late, The Alibi! Late-night food and 150 brands of beer make this a prime spot for service industry types after a long night of waiting on others. Always a sure bet for one of the best hamburgers in New Orleans!
609 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-949-9399
A cozy Marigny bar featuring great live music.
Arnaud's Jazz Bistro
813 Bienville Street New Orleans, LA 70112 866-230-8892
The Arnaud's Jazz Bistro is a more casual setting where jackets are not required and there is a $4 per person music charge.
1207 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-680-8454
Another of so many late night hole-in-the-wall hangouts, Aunt Tiki's is always open and ready to serve.
Big Daddy's Gentlemen's Club
522 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-581-7167
Exotic dancers are the attraction at this long-time Bourbon Street fixture.
Big Easy Daiquiri & Cafe
209 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-586-2070
Daiquiris and pizza by-the-slice.
534 Frenchmen Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-948-2583
One of the premiere Frenchmen Street clubs featuring live jazz, blues, rock and funk 7 days a week. Some of the most famous names in New Orleans music have performed here like Kermit Ruffins, Soul Rebels, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Big Sam's Funky Nation and more.
830 Conti Street New Orleans, LA 70112 504-588-0972
Elegant, sophisticated and very popular with the local cognoscenti, The Bombay Club Restaurant and Martini Bistro is located adjacent to the Prince Conti. The Bombay Club features New World Creole and French specialties such as Bar-B-Q Shrimp, Duck Duet and Bombay Filet Mignon. The bar is well known for the best and largest martini selection in town - 125 variations - single malt scotches, ports, reserved bourbons and premium cigars.
125 Bourbon St. New Orleans, LA 70130
Come ride the bull at Bourbon's newest bar the Bourbon Cowboy! Located at 135 Bourbon and convenient to all major hotels and the convention center. Available for private parties.
Bourbon Pub & Parade
801 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-529-2107
New Orleans' largest gay nightclub since 1974. The downstairs bar is celebrated for "the best happy hour in New Orleans." The upstairs dance club, the Parade, is known for its fabulous balconies and dance floor light show.
Bourbon St. Blues Company
216 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-561-1159
The oldest gay bar in the country is new high tech with three 52 inch LCD monitors with the best music videos on Bourbon Street. This is the place to be for Sunday Tea. Now open Mon & Tue 1:00PM-5:00am. Wed-Sun 24 hours. Happy Hour daily 4:00pm-9:00pm. All domestics $2.75. Well drinks Schnapps, Wine and Water $2.50 Drink and Drown Tuesdays $1.50 well drinks. 10pm-2am Sunday well vodka $2 from noon-5pm Absolut-oke Karaoke every Wed from 9pm-mindnight with $3 AbsolutCocktails.
214 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-523-3341
the Japanese call it Karaoke. Bourbon Street calls it fun. Sing your favorite song from more than 1,000 hits. Videotape your performance. Daily three-for-one happy hour open 8:00pm.
This is one of the hottest and happening spots on the street. Be sure to stop and smile as you walk in the door because you are on the Bourbon webcam!!
300 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-522-1708
Cozy and casual spot enjoyed by both locals and tourists.
Chartres House Cafe
601 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-523-0794
New Orleans cuisine with martini specialties. Wide doors open onto both Chartres and Toulouse Streets, making for an al fresco feeling great for people watching.
Check Point Charlie's
501 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 504-949-7012
This popular spot is open very late with lots of locals and an incredibly diverse variety of live local music acts. Checkpoint has given a chance to bands that otherwise would not have gotten a gig, and local stoner rock band Supplies returns the favor by continuing to play there on Mardi Gras. There's a luandromat in the back so do your laundry while you drink and listen. An Offbeat magazine reporter described the place as so casual that he walked around in his boxers while his laundry was drying.
Chris Owens Club
500 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-523-6400
French Quarter gay bar featuring dancers, drag and drink specials.
1201 Burgundy St. New Orleans, LA 70116 504-522-9715
Cosimos is a cozy little neighborhood corner bar with friendly regulars and a beautiful old bar in the front. If you are inclined to play pool you can find a pool table and loungy leather couches in the back. They also have a late night menu for when you drink up an appetite.
Coyote Ugly Saloon
225 N. Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-561-0003
One of the trendiest places on Frenchmen St. to find a great variety of live music nightly. Don't expect to order a Budweiser product here! The extensive drink menu strives to broaden your horizons and provide you with an infinite variety to choose from.
Daiquiri Paradise Island
911 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-523-3257
Daiquiris and pizza by-the-slice.
Deep South Lounge
329 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-606-8992
Mechanical bull riders welcome here. Big screen cowpoke backdrop adds some authenticity to the ride.
Donna's Bar & Grill
800 N. Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-596-6914
Brass bands and barbecue and jazz are the M.O. at this corner spot on Rampart where the Quarter and the Treme neighborhoods meet. Monday is free red beans and rice night at the first break. Check their music schedule for a list of acts.
435 Esplanade Avenue New Orleans, LA 70116 504-949-1750
Dance, party and play at the Gold Mine Saloon in the heart of the French Quarter, a New Orleans tradition you don't want to miss. Home of the flaming shots.
1239 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-529-2860
The Golden Lantern is your basic neighborhood drinking spot and the second oldest gay bar in the city. You will find many of the New Orleans legends here night after night. As the official home of Southern Decadence, this bar is the starting point for the Southern Decadence parade that marches every Sunday before Labor Day in September. it is also home to some of the city's most popular drag shows.
Good Friends Bar
740 Dauphine Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-566-7191
Good Friends is often the best place to meet up with friends as it is accessible and never has a cover charge. The upstairs Queen's Head Pub is a "snappy casual" gay bar featuring nightly drink specials and events.
Harrah's Casino & Earl Turner Theatre
512 S. Peters Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-533-6000
Enjoy thousands of the newest, hottest slots and plenty of action-packed table games. Gaming, live music, Creole cuisine and decadent desserts, Harrah's New Orleans Casino is the experience of a lifetime.
900 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-524-1107
Comfortable neighborhood bar a block off Jackson Square.
1024 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-581-4995
Located in the Hotel Provincial.
House of Blues
225 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-529-2583
Jazz and rhythm and blues club on the wild corner of Bourbon and St. Peter.
Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
941 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-523-0066
Established sometime before 1772, this famous bar is known for the famous pirate Jean Lafitte and there are many myths and legends surrounding the skallywag's "business" dealings here. Come in and have a drink surrounded in fascinating history...and keep an eye out for a few visitors from the other side - as it is reported to be very haunted.
Larry Flynt's Hustler Club
225 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-524-0010
Gentlemen's club affiliated with Hustler magazine.
Le Booze Bar
300 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-586-0300
Le Booze is a small lounge in the Royal Sonesta hotel with street access to Bourbon Street.
819 St. Louis Street New Orleans, LA 70112 504-561-8340
A New Orleans gay bar in the heart of the French Quarter featuring 'eye-opener specials' such as bloody marys and mimosas from 8am to noon.
Louisiana Music Factory
210 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-586-1094
The place for Zydeco, Jazz, New Orleans and Louisiana Music, featuring frequent in-store preformances.
200 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-598-1500
Hip hangout featuring live music and popular punk rock karaoke.
515 St. Philip Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-524-2558
Also known as Mississippi River Bottom, this tavern features pool tables and a back patio.
641 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-522-8818
Lively traditional jazz venue in the heart of Bourbon Street.
616 N. Rampart Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-524-1871
The old Funky Butt sister club. Rampart Street blues club located above Mama Rosa's pizzeria. Sporadically showcases locals like Marva Wright, the Wild Magnolias, and Cyril Neville among others. Jazz and poetry nights are also held occasionally. Best to call first.
516 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130
201 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130
333 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130
Mojo Lounge & Cafe
1140 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-524-1998
Mojo offers al fresco dining and drinks, or pool if you prefer. A great spot for a designer martini.
Molly's at the Market
1107 Decatur Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-525-5169
Located on the second floor above The Bourbon Pub, the dancefloor and lasers will keep you moving all night long. One of New Orleans' largest gay bars and nightclubs. Proudly serving the gay community 24 hours, 7 days a week.
718 St. Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 800-597-4823
Pat O's is the ultimate venue where you can relax on the patio, have a drink in the main bar, sing along in the piano bar, or enjoy the food in Pat O's restaurant. We can also accommodate private parties. The bar at 718 St. Peter is open Monday-Thursday 4pm Friday-Sunday. The Piano Lounge open daily at 6pm Monday-Thursday, 2pm Fri-Sun. The Courtyard Restaurant now open daily Monday-Thursday 5pm-10pm, Friday-Sunday 11am-10pm.
Pat O's Courtyard
718 St. Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-525-4823
Enjoy the sweet sounds of traditional New Orleans jazz nightly. Reservations are not accepted. Children of all ages welcome. Preservation Hall is also available for private concerts, receptions and catered events.
R & B Club
617 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-523-7588
Live music and drink specials nightly on busy Bourbon Street.
1431 Royal Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-948-7499
New Orleans' premier jazz club. Live music nightly with sets at 9pm and 11pm. Dining begins at 5pm with a focus on Creole and regional cooking. Look for Ellis Marsalis, Charmaine Neville, and touring jazz artists. Check the website for scheduled events and performances.
Starlight By The Park
834 North Rampart St. New Orleans, LA 70116 504-561-8939
Lively gay bar with Girls Revue, El Gato and plenty of local color.
327 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-525-4470
Featuring the world-famous Hand Grenade, New Orleans' most powerful drink. Two locations: 738 Toulouse and 721 Bourbon, where the second floor is the balcony view Parrot's Perch Lounge. Great Caribbean-style Parrot Head live music.
Tropical Isle Toulouse
738 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130 504-525-1689
Known as one of Bourbon Streets hottest live entertainment clubs. A traditional French Quarter courtyard complete with a flaming water fountain mixed with the atmosphere of a nightclub hosting up to 600 people. Private parties available.
731 St. Peter Street New Orleans, LA 70116 504-523-2888