210 O'Keefe Avenue, New Orleans, LA, US, 70112
- Phone: (504) 525-6800
- Fax: (504) 525-6808
Bars & Cafes
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.
Bourbon House is a many-leveled restaurant renowned for its fresh seafood delicacies cooked in a delectable cross between colonial French and southern American styles. The main dining room and the private dining rooms are done in beautiful wrought iron, reminiscent of the European architectural legacy left behind. When you are at Bourbons you could always let the Frozen Bourbon Milk Punch tingle your insides with fresh sea fare for company.
Take a moment to relax with a cocktail in the swanky bar and lounge in the Renaissance Pere Marquette Hotel. With a skilled mixologist behind the bar, Bar Uncommon serves up classic cocktails alongside creative concoctions like a combination of citrus vodka, mint and fresh lime called the Mojo Rising and a mix of gin and ginger called the Jane Deaux. Stop by Bar Uncommon between 5p and 7p on weekdays to take advantage of daily happy hour specials. Validation is available for complimentary valet parking in the hotel lot. -Bethany Culp
John Austin tickles the ivories at this piano bar from Wednesday through Saturday, but the real attraction is the Carousel Bar & Lounge itself at Hotel Monteleone. It's a carousel and really does revolve - all the time. The music goes until late and the cocktails served are out of this world like the "Truffletini" which is a mix of Bailey's Irish Cream with liqueurs. The ambiance has a slight feel of a Moulin Rouge setting, with bold lighting and motifs.
Light fare are few and far between on the Red Gravy menu. This Central Business District cafe serves up hearty portions of home-cooked Italian food. Stop in during breakfast hours for their signature breakfast sandwiches like the Egg and Meatball or the Jim, with egg whites, turkey and spinach. For lunch, choose from daily pasta specials, hot sandwiches, deli sandwiches and daily roast specials. All dishes are available for dine-in, carry-out or delivery. -Bethany Culp
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!
The interiors at the Loa Bar appear dreamy and mysterious with the candlelight illuminating every corner of the space. The glittering chandeliers and sparkling mirrors add an extra alluring touch to the premises. Sink in the plush sofas while you browse through the extensive list of cocktails and numerous spirits. Frequented by the crème de la crème of society, this sophisticated place aims to please. Served by a knowledgeable and cordial staff, there will be no room for complaint at Loa, which prides itself for its distinguished ambiance.
Savor local delights like Calamari, Bucktown Boil Pizza and fried chicken at Deanie's Seafood Restaurant. This petite eatery is a favorite with people who want to have a hearty and filling meal without burning a hole in their pockets. Enjoy the freshness of seafood in the sumptuous meal of bacon or shrimp served here. The extensive wine list adds to the delightful experience. Dine here once and you'll surely be looking forward to visit this place again.
Merchant greets potential customers with a sign that simply sums it up: “Coffee, Crepes, Grapes.” This CBD cafe serves up hot and cold coffee drinks made with Illy coffee, sweet and savory crepes, and wines by the glass. Additionally, the menu includes crostini topped with decadent ingredients like duck confit and goat cheese, croquet batons served with mixed greens, salads, sweet treats, and pastries. Additionally, on Sunday mornings, Merchant hosts the Hollygrove Farmer's Market.
A perfect blend of modern and cozy, MiLa restaurant is complete with an aesthetically decorated setting with young and fresh colors and textures. The cuisine is rich with southern authentic Southern flavors and recipes. From sparkling wines to bubbling champagnes, a fine collection of liquor finds its place in the well-stocked bar. The bittersweet chocolate soufflé with a classic New Orleans whiskey sauce is exceptional and presents a glorious finale to a fine meal.
Situated in the heart of the French Quarter, this sophisticated wine bar caters to patrons with a taste for fine wines. Patrick's Wine Bar also offers a long list of wines available by the glass or bottle, in addition to a selection of craft beers and signature cocktails. Moreover, chef Agnes Bellet serves up a short menu of small plates ideal for sharing.
Cajun Mike's is situated in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Guests love the Pabst Blue Ribbon and the pub grub like chicken wings and cheese fries. 'Welfare Wednesdays' feature $1 drinks from 4p-7p. Menu includes light items that you can munch on while having you drinks. You will find Cuban sandwiches, red beans and rice, and po-boys to satiate your hunger.