Quality Inn & Suites
210 O'Keefe Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 525-6800
Fax: (504) 525-6808
210 O'Keefe Avenue, New Orleans, LA, US, 70112
- Phone: (504) 525-6800
- Fax: (504) 525-6808
Bars & Cafes
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.
Multiple levels, two bars, comfortable settees, lounges and a courtyard, if all this sounds too overwhelming for a nightclub's interiors, Club Ampersand is sure to prove you wrong. Despite being packed to the brim on all nights, Ampersand is big enough to have a private spot for you and your date to cozy up on a couch with a well mixed drink. If you would rather be a part of the action, then let your hair down on the spacious dance-floor. With an interesting theme every night, you know you're in for something different whenever you head here. Classy yet vibrant energy is what makes this club uber cool and sets it apart from all other nightclub's in town. Once a former bank, the super-stylish place has been voted the best nightclub in the city and is frequented by some of the most famous socialites.
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.
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.
Located in the heard of the Central Business District, The Store strives to offer bring patrons a place for delicious dishes and colorful conversation. The Store is open for breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday. Early morning patrons can choose from breakfast specialties like Shrimp and Grits, breakfast sandwiches on croissants or bagels, or a variety of pastries. For lunch, The Store offers a menu of sandwiches, po-boys, salads, and daily specials including dishes like Red Beans and Rice and Crawfish Risotto. - Bethany Culp
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
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.
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.
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 Crystal Room is a long-standing symbol of elegant dining with superior cuisine. Under the cooking magic of experienced chefs, this is one of the top steak houses in New Orleans. Swing music fromthe 1930s, 1940s and 1950s attracts a dance crowd. Whether you are there for the food or the music, a complimentary basket of fresh breads with herbal butter is provided. Soft candlelight and opulent chandeliers create an aura of romance. The surrounding tall columns and fine art work that adorn the walls provide a majestic presence. You may choose from 14-oz ribeyes or treat yourself at the pasta bar!
Named one of the top 25 bars in the United States, French 75 is all about sophistication. Premium spirits and custom cocktails win the day here, a taste in refinement that fits in nicely in the French Quarter. The drink menu changes with the seasons, but the cocktail for which the bar is named, a combination of brandy and champagne, is always available. Beer and wine are also present, as well as cigars, so indulge in whatever you're partial to in a setting that is classically New Orleans.