As part of its city guide series, Complex Magazine explores the "New Orleans douche" and his habitat, namely the watering holes in which you may find one in the wild:
With so many boozing options, it's easy to fall prey to the advice of the opinionated and over-friendly locals. If the person giving you tips sets off even the slightest blip on your douche radar, there's a 99% chance the spot he's hyping is not where you want to be.
According to Complex, among the douche's favorites include The Bulldog, Dos Jefes, Pat O'Brien's, Bridge Lounge, Fat Harry's, Monkey Hill, Lucy's Retired Surfer Bar and Walk-On's. Among the higher-brow "douche" domains: Bouligny Tavern, Loa and Three Muses. Though the favorite, says douche-safariman Steve French, is Channing Tatum's Saints & Sinners. French writes, "This Bourbon Street douche magnet loves a theme night like a stripper loves the Super Bowl being in town."
Complex also discoverd other "douche" territories, including New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Austin, and Washington, D.C.