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New Orleans

The Beach On Bourbon

in Nightlife, Music

This place is different. How about a tropical courtyard with air conditioning and a flaming fountain? The Old French Quarter meets the Digital Age, along with the largest dance floor on Bourbon Street. The Club includes a VIP section with a two-tiered indoor balcony. Now that's some people watching! Hard-to-believe drink specials are easy to find. Large screens all around make the Beach a top sports bar.

227 Bourbon St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Cafe Beignet

in Cafe, Restaurant

Serving up the quintessential New Orleans pastry (pronounced ben-yays) with coffee, as well as essential local cuisine, the Café's two locations make perfect stops for a fine bite in an old Big Easy atmosphere. Jambalaya, red beans and rice, gumbo--all the Cajun classics. At the Bourbon Street location in the Music Legends Park, live jazz starts at 10 a.m. Prime spots for breakfast, as well.

311 Bourbon Street
334 Royal Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Crazy Lobster Bar and Grill

in Restaurant

Look out onto the mighty Mississippi River from inside or out as you drink creative cocktails and dine on local Cajun and Creole favorites in the heart of New Orleans. Specializing in seafood, which explains how the lobster got onto the Louisiana menu. The cuisine also shows a Caribbean side. Laid back but prime for dancing live entertainment will complete your experience. Top spot for people watching.

500 Port of New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Huck Finn Cafe

in Restaurant

Finn's will satisfy you and your group no matter what time of day or the occasion, and be easy on the wallet. Located in an historic French Quarter brick building, Finn's combination of the old with casual contemporary makes this a prime sports bar, as well. Good for special occasions and entertaining clients from your convention. Food is genuine, Drinks large and atmosphere welcoming.

135 Decatur St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Molly's Irish Pub

in Nightlife

Had enough of the daiquiris in colors not found in nature? Here's one of the French Quarter bars that knows what it means to be an old-fashioned watering hole--with welcoming attitude, expert bartenders, caring staff and a strong rock jukebox. Also a good spot for a nightcap or to catch a bit of the game. The proof is in how many Quarter locals make this their neighborhood destination.

732 Toulouse St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Steamboat Natchez

in Tour, Historic

Cruises, excursions, reunions, birthday parties, romance and or just for fun and education--all are reasons to roll on the river with New Orleans' only paddle wheeler, the steamboat NATCHEZ. On some trips the new Executive Chef will be happy to serve up fine food as the captain orients travelers to the sights along the Mississippi River near New Orleans. Be sure to enjoy the SUNDAY JAZZ BUNCH.

400 Toulouse St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Jimmy J's Cafe

in Grill, Cafe

This cozy little cafe serves up some of the best breakfast and lunch in town. Chef Chris Lynch formally of Emeril's is cooking up some real down home comfort foods like po-boys at great prices. Located across from the Canal St. Marriott on Chartres St., this Nawlin's Cafe is a locally favorite haunt that is perfect for the casual tourist or conventioneer. Come on in and enjoy great food.

115 Chartres St
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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Coyote Ugly

in Nightlife

Coyote Ugly is a no-holds barred karaoke and boot-stomping saloon that promotes dancing on the bar, in the aisles, among the barstools, and just about anywhere else. The country and western themed bar, made popular by a motion picture of the same name, employs attractive and talented ladies who serve up cold ones. Do we serve water in this bar? Hell no! Here the times are hot all the time.

225 N Peters St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
United States

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French Market

in Specialty, Retail Center

The shopper's paradise known as the French Market District is comprised of six blocks of more than twenty retail shops, an outdoor flea market of local artisans, and a farmer's market of local produce and other edible goodies. Touted as 'the Nation's oldest outdoor market,' the French Market has recently undergone beautiful renovations providing shoppers with an even more pleasant experience.

French Market Place
New Orleans, Louisiana 70116
United States

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