Find your favorite drink or try something new at any of our recommended bars and lounges. From exquisite historic bars to concert venues or the local daiquiri bar, New Orleans offers a wide variety of choices for your late-night destination.
House of Blues features 3 bars: Big Mama’s Lounge, The Voodoo Garden courtyard, and a bar in its restaurant. Located in the center of New Orleans’ musical action, you can enjoy a selection of local beer or one of several signature drinks while you listen to local, national and international music acts. Serving locals and tourists since 1994. The House That Music Built Hot Spots.
Where The Heart Meets the Soul
Reputed to be America's oldest bar, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar was built between 1722 and 1732, and has the storied history to prove it! Sip a Hurricane, handmade with fresh fruit juices at the bar, and enjoy the cozy atmosphere of this New Orleans treasure.
One of New Orleans’ most famous restaurants, the Court of Two Sisters offers a delicious Daily Jazz Brunch featuring authentic Louisiana Creole fare, with musical accompaniment by their own jazz trio!
Metairie's upscale piano bar inside award-winning Andrea's Restaurant. With a large selection of wines by the glass, martinis, and a signature cocktail named after the bar, Capri Blue is perfect for relaxation and delicious food.
Come in and relax in their tropical bar setting. Enjoy a nice cold daiquiri of your choice in full view of all the excitement and history of the famous Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
For almost 200 years the Old Absinthe House bar has been a staple of life in the Vieux Carré. In addition to their house signature cocktails we take great pride and pleasure in all of our classic and inventive concoctions.
Freret Street PubliQ House is a great uptown neighborhood bar to meet friends, watch sporting events, enjoy special concerts and comedy touring acts, and hear the Brass-aholics every Thursday night! Free parking, (seasonal crawfish boils on the patio)