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For an upscale New Orleans music experience, make your way Irvin Mayfield's I Club. This sophisticated club located in the JW Marriott offers music lovers an opportunity to listen to R&B, Zydeco, Cajun, Funk, Jazz and a variety of other local music styles in a comfortable lounge atmosphere. Each week, New Orleans musicians take the stage at the I Club to entertain locals and visitors alike. Regular performers include Kristin Diable, Amanda Shaw, Walter "Wolfman" Washington and Los Hombres Calientes. The I Club offers a menu of small plates, wine and cocktails. Table reservations are accepted, but are not required. - Bethany Culp
Enjoy an entertaining evening with great food and drinks at Howl At The Moon. One of the best clubs in New Orleans, it's crowd puller is a pair baby grand pianos. Test your vocal chords while the best of regional piano players accompany your singing with their melodious tunes. 'Piano Punch', 'X-Boyfriend' and 'Bad Apple Bucket' are names of some of the specialty drinks offered here along with other premium spirits. The place also occasionally hosts social events and corporate functions. It is open daily from 12 pm.
Famous for its G-String awards, the Gold Club is one of the best strip joints in the French Quarter neighborhood. The club has 4 stages, 13 VIP rooms and many entertainers—more than any other nightclub in New Orleans. The atmosphere of the club changes completely during the G-String awards, where models and entertainers from all over the country compete on the same stage. A must visit club for adult entertainment in New Orleans.
The next time you are in New Orleans, make sure you visit the Alibi. The unassuming nature of this serene bar and nightclub will lure you into partying longer than you intended. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, you can binge on the drinks for a relatively throw-away price. Frequented by a hip crowd, socialize with beautiful people at 'One of the Best Bars' as voted by Stuff and Playboy magazines. Do get your hands on some cool Alibi T-shirts and other merchandise!
After years of performing as one of New Orleans' top musicians, Irvin Mayfield is giving the city's other notable talent a place to perform. Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse, located inside of the Royal Sonesta Hotel on Bourbon Street, entertains the jazz enthusiast alongside the casual listener with cocktails and nightly performances by notable musicians like Bob French and the Original Tuxedo Jazz Band, Shamarr Allen, and Jason Marsalis. While there generally is no cover charge to enjoy an evening at the Jazz Playhouse, a nominal cover charge may apply for special events. - Bethany Culp
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Pelican Club replicates a classic 19th century French Quarter Townhouse, housing three individually designed dining rooms and a large bar. The cuisine fuses traditional New Orleans dishes with modern international flavors to produce an innovative contemporary menu. Highlights include the Pelican Club Baked Oysters, Panned Gulf Fish and the Seared Yellowifsh Tuna. Mirroring the food, the decor is dually traditional and contemporary, featuring cypress and burnished wood paneling, black leather banquette, and original paintings by local artists. The wine list consists of Californian, French and Italian wines. Excellent food and great wine, are you still asking for more!
Founded in 1992 by Hard Rock Cafe creator Issac B. Tigrett, House Of Blues has grown into a multi-dimensional entertainment company featuring top-name blues, jazz and contemporary acts. Adjacent to each "Music Hall" is a juke joint-inspired restaurant serving "Mississippi Delta-Style" cuisine. Try the slow smoked baby back ribs, the Pacific Rim Tuna Steak or the cedar pan roasted salmon and finish off with the White Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding. In the afternoon it is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 4pm onwards.
Young professionals and enlightened tourists flock to Le Phare for late night lounging. Intimate atmosphere, finely crafted cocktails, and comfy couches draw the hip and stylish crowd to this Central Business District hot spot. Come in after work to take advantage of nightly happy hour specials, or stay late for live music or a DJ. Different nights at Le Phare offer different types of music—Fridays feature electro-house while Thursday night lets imbibers enjoy hip-hop, house, and pop. Those who live for Latin music may enjoy Tuesday nights' Salsa theme with free salsa lessons offered early in the evening.
Famous Door, dating back to 1934, is Bourbon Street's oldest live music club still in business. The famous door refers to the front door of the bar that many celebrities and musicians have autographed. Inside there is a sunken dance floor situated in front of a glass-brick stage. The atmosphere is dark, loud, neon and raw. The acoustics and lighting system enhances the performances of the live New Orleans soul and blues bands. Later, when the live music ends, the older folks leave and the bar transforms into a dance club for the younger crowd. It is open from 4p onwards Monday to Wednesday, 3p onwards on Thursday till Friday and On Saturday and Sunday it is open from 2p.
Discover Ireland in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans. Famous for its great music, beer and Celtic influence, the Kerry Irish Pub features local musical talent. Relax and nurse a chilled beer or play a game of pool for a better way to pass your time. If you have a laid-back attitude and don't care to reach your home in time, Kerry Irish Pub can be your second home with it's leisurely ambiance. Live music spins its magic every evening except on Wednesdays when the pool matches are in the limelight.
Coyote Ugly Saloon isn't for the shy and conservative but the bold and beautiful. The place is all about having a hearty time watching beautiful girls dance atop the bar while equally attractive ones serve sparkling wines and beers. Don't be surprised by the impromptu dances or the deft movements of the bartender mixing your drink. With multiple locations across the US, this is probably the most sought after destination after a hard day at work. The weekly happy hour specials promise your tequila fix without putting a dent in your pocket. Brag to your friends with a photo session at Coyote Ugly or impress your boss by throwing a party here. This club also makes a hot venue to host your bachelor or bachelorette party.
This elegant bar features jazz from Wednesday through Saturday evenings. Along with the music, the Bombay Club restaurant offers one of the best martinis around along with a rich variety of drinks. The place is formal and romantic, hence no jeans or shorts allowed. Fine dining, candle lit area, wooden furnitures and a courtyard all together make up the Bombay Club. The Menu is elaborate and Executive Chef Nick Gile, has a sumptuous meal in store for you. Try the Oysters Rockefeller, Louisiana Shrimp Martini or the mouth watering Cajun Grilled New York Sirloin just to name a few. A treat for those in love, to spend a quiet time and enjoy the