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Pat O Briens

Home of the famous hurricane is the ultimate entertainment venue where you can relax on the patio, mingle in the main bar, sing along in the piano bar, or enjoy great food in Pat O's Restaurant. The private party facilities are exceptional.

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The Sazarac Bar

Named after what many consider to be the world's first mixed drink, The Sazerac Bar carries with it as much history and lore as its potable namesake. Just gazing at the famous Paul Ninas murals that flank the long African walnut bar takes you back to the grandeur of old New Orleans"”a time when Huey P. Long would stroll in, order a Ramos Gin Fizz and spend the next couple hours talking to his constituents.

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Carousel Bar

The Carousel Bar & Lounge is a classic and unique New Orleans bar located in the famous Hotel Monteleone. The Carousel is a merry-go-round bar that has been revolving since its installation in 1949. The bar is popular among locals and tourists who are looking to enjoy a specialty cocktail and live New Orleans jazz music in a one-of-a-kind setting. The Carousel Bar hosts weekly live music entertainment and overlooks historic Royal Street in the French Quarter.

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Napoleon House

A 200-year old landmark that's as casual and unique as its French Quarter surroundings. Napoleon House serves classic New Orleans cuisine, including the best muffulettas in town, and Pimm's cups.

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Preservation Hall

Open nightly with concerts at 8, 9 and 10pm Mondays through Wednesdays with additional 5 and 6pm performances Thursdays - Sundays, for the best in traditional New Orleans jazz for all ages. Limited online reservations are available at preservationhall.com/tickets and at the box office daily between 12-5pm. Also, available for private concerts, receptions and catered events.

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Old Absinthe House

For almost 200 years the Old Absinthe House bar has been a staple of life in the French Quarter. Located on the corner of Rue Bourbon and Rue Bienville, the cooper-topped wooden bar captivates patrons as they sip their favorite beverages and the sights and sounds of the French Quarter trickle into this comfy tavern.

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Lafitte’s Black Smith Shop

The ghost of Jean Lafitte is said to wander the "oldest bar in the U.S." This French Colonial cottage/courtyard (circa 1772) is a piano bar. Steeped rich in history. In its youth, served as a hideaway for pirates.

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