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100 Men Hall
303 Union St
Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
(228) 342-5770
The 100 Men Hall is a historic Blues music venue on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The Hall, as it is locally known, was a stop on the Chitlin’ Circuit in the 1930’s – 1960’s and hosted several well-known artists including, Etta James, Deacon John, Big Joe Turner, Guitar Slim & numerous others. In 2011, The Hall received a Blues Trail Marker from The Mississippi Blues Commission and became a 501©3 fund of the Hancock Community Development Foundation. In June 2011, the Hall was resurrected as a live music venue and…
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21st Amendment
725 Iberville St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 378-7330
21st Amendment at La Louisiane pays tribute to the Prohibition era in U.S. history during the 1920s – an era where the mafia thrived and speakeasies proliferated through the trade of illegal alcohol. Step inside our French Quarter bar, enjoy a hand crafted cocktail from our unique menu and you’ll be transported back in time, surrounded by images of the country’s most infamous mobsters. Our custom libations are created using homemade syrups, infused spirits and locally grown herbs. While imbibing in the warm decor surrounded by our collection of Prohibition-era…
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30/90
520 Frenchmen St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 949-2576
And the good times do roll at 30° 90° with outstanding live music, delicious food, beautiful patio, and 2nd floor Special Event facility with balcony overlooking all the action on historic Frenchmen Street.
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3rd Rock Tavern
2703 Williams Blvd
Kenner, LA 70062
504-465-0755
3rd Rock Tavern is a newly renovated Sport’s and Live Music Tavern! Live Music every Saturday Night with “Da Meat Department”!! 11:00 pm to 3:00 am $8 Bucket Beer during all Saint’s games! (from Facebook.com)
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45 Tchoup
4529 Tchoupitoulas St
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 891-9066
I’m a new bar on Tchoupitoulas across from Sav-A-Center, 4529 to be exact. I have Abtia Amber, Andygator, Blue Moon, NewCastle, Anchor Steam, Guinness, and 1664 on Tap. All kinds of bottled beer and cider. Spicy Tequila to die for and the coolest Jagger uptown … and maybe downtown. I’m open 7 days a week from 2pm till. I’ve got some really fun bartenders. I’ve got a Foosball table, two dart boards, Golden Tee Live 2007.
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544 Bourbon
544 Bourbon Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 592-0544
Intimate and lively blues club featuring live music nightly.
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700 Club
700 Burgundy St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 561-1095
Friendly people, hot videos, great drinks and never a cover charge.
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801 Royal
801 Royal St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 581-0801
801 ROYAL is an address that has been a part of the history of New Orleans since the 1700’s. 801 ROYAL was originally constructed by the Dorel family in 1776 and then rebuilt in the late 1700’s after it burned down during the Great New Orleans Fire of 1788. The fire burned over 80% of the French Quarter on Good Friday of that year. The building was then passed on through the centuries until it reached the Polizzi Family in 1937, when “Mr. Joe” Polizzi opened his grocery store; Royal…
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AC Lounge
221 Carondelet St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 962-0700
Welcome to the Home Page for AC Lounge Night taking place with (DJ) Wallah B EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT at AC Hotel & Lounge, 221 Carondelet St, New Orleans, La.
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Ale
8124 Oak St.
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 324-6558
Great Beer. Great Food.
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Algiers Sports Bar
4801 General Meyer Ave
New Orleans, LA 70131
(504) 398-1255
Old school Sports Bar with Pool Table in Algiers right off the ferry
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Aline Street Beer Garden
1515 Aline St
New Orleans, LA 70115
504-891-5774
The Aline Street Beer Garden seeks to bring the best of German beer hall culture to Uptown New Orleans. Located at the corner of Prytania and Aline streets, we are just steps away from St Charles Avenue, and only four blocks removed from Magazine Street. We proudly carry over 75 beer selections, ranging from from Ayinger to Zepplin. Our outdoor seating area lies snugly under a tree canopy and is punctuated by rows of that iconic German import, the orange biergarten table. The jukebox is stocked with a mix of…
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AllWays Lounge
2240 St Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117
(504) 218-5778 Open daily Wed. - Sun. 6PM
Formerly the Marigny, the AllWays Theatre boasts a rich, decade-long history as New Orleans main space for LGBT theater. Now with a broadened but still queer-friendly mission under new management, it and the AllWays Lounge have established themselves as two of New Orleans’ arts & entertainment hotspots, with exciting shows—music, burlesque, theater, performance art, and more—in each space almost every night. These are also home to inventive, experimental touring artists you won’t catch in other venues. The AllWays is close to ground zero for two other major elements of New…
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Alto
600 Carondelet Street
New Orleans, La 70130
Alto is Ace Hotel New Orleans’ rooftop garden. From 10am–9pm, you can relax poolside while snacking on small plates, sipping seasonal cocktails and enjoying panoramic views of the city. The hotel’s culinary partners, Chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman, along with Executive Chef Phillip Mariano, have crafted an Italian-inspired menu focused on salads, seafood and spiedini. In addition to cocktails, Alto’s inspired bar offers a rotating tap, frozen drinks, craft beer and fine wine.
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American Sports Saloon
1200 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70116
504-300-1782
Specialties An upscale sports bar in the lower end of Decatur Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Providing specialty dishes and traditional fare from our talented chefs. We also have a private event space and game room on the 2nd floor which is available to rent for parties and corporate events. History Established in 1897. Constructed in 1835, the building at 1200 Decatur Street has long been one of the more impressive structures in the French Quarter. Originally a warehouse for the French Market, later a munitions dump…
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Apple Barrel
609 Frenchmen St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 949-9399
The Apple Barrel is the place to listen to New Orleans blues music on Frenchman Street. The venue is very intimate (read: tiny), gets crowded early and the bar is CASH ONLY.
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Apres Lounge
608 Fulton St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 610-2480
The Après Lounge is NOLA’s first ultra champagne lounge-An upscale ambiance with the sexiness, elegance and excitement that you deserve. With a top shelf sparkling wine menu, the finest mixology and state of the art technology, we offer a new and unique and new evening to New Orleans.
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Après Lounge
608 Fulton St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 628-7721
Après (ä-ˈprā) After an event, going out, having drinks, dancing, socializing. We are 2 local guys who have a passion for the hospitality industry in our great city. In fact, we love it. We love it so much that we decided to give the community a change of pace, a place like no other in the Crescent City. AND we made sure to put this place in one of the hottest areas in the city, Fulton Street. The warehouse district is a burgeoning mecca of entertainment and we have added…
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ArtEgg Studios
1001 South Broad Street
New Orleans, LA 70125
+1 504-822-4002
ArtEgg Studios is a multi-use commercial rental building in New Orleans. A former produce warehouse, ArtEgg has 50 rental studios in the Broad Street Cultural Products District (MidCity area of New Orleans). Rental units and common spaces are suitable for art studios; photography studios, workshops; nonprofit and small business offices; acting and music rehearsals; collections, set design/building and prop storage. In addition, ArtEgg has large spaces that can be rented for special events, classes, conferences, photo shoots and private parties. Great space for film industry – craft services, offices, temp…
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Artisan Bar and Cafe
2514 St Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 510-4340
A new & exciting neighborhood cafe & bar, featuring fresh bar fare, local art, great drinks! This should definitely be on your neighborhood list.
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Attiki Bar & Grill
230 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
504-587-3756
Attiki Bar and Grill is a family owned and operated authentic Mediterranean restaurant that opened a few months prior to Hurricane Katrina. Their dedication to New Orleans and its’ people made their return to the city inevitable. The owners, Jordanian natives, use family recipes handed down from generations in order to ensure that their guests experience genuine Mediterranean cuisine. Attiki Bar and Grill is one of the few restaurants in New Orleans that serves hookahs, hosts live belly-dancing performances, offers an extensive wine collection and eclectic Mediterranean alcoholic beverages.
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Audubon Charter School
6101 Chatham Drive
New Orleans, LA 70122
+1 504-324-7100
Audubon Charter School’s mission is to foster a culturally rich and academically rigorous program using the French and Montessori Curriculum and a comprehensive arts curriculum. Audubon students are actively and purposefully involved in their learning so they become responsible citizens in a changing world.
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Aunt Tiki's
1207 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70116
504-680-8454
#Decatur St#Dive

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