5961 Magazine St.; 817 W. Esplanade Ave., Kenner; 874 Harrison Ave.; 3244 Magazine St.; 5608 Citrus Blvd., Elmwood, New Orleans
(504) 899-1414 (5961 Magazine St.); (504) 895-7272 (3244 Magazine St.); (504) 712-6868 (W. Esplanade Ave.); (504) 488-0133 (Harrison Ave.); (504) 818-0111 (Elmwood)
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Pizza, Menu, Reginelli's
The menu includes pizza, calzones, salads, pasta dishes, sandwiches and more. The Tony’s Play pie is topped with pepperoni, pancetta, prosciutto, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers, capers, mozzarella cheese and marinara. Avocado and asparagus salad features feta, artichoke, Roma tomatoes, croutons and honey-Dijon vinaigrette. No reservations. Lunch and dinner daily, late-night Fri.-Sat. Credit cards. $
The prosciutto panino includes mozzarella and house-made pesto. Shaved Brussels sprouts salad includes toasted almonds, Parmesan and lemon-herb vinaigrette. No reservations. Breakfast and lunch daily, dinner Tue.-Sat. Credit cards. $$
Where Decatur Street meets Esplanade Avenue is where the music starts. Before the Frenchmen Street main course, this music hall houses everything from brass bands to salsa ensembles to rock 'n' roll on its main stage and patio every night of the week. Opens 6 p.m. daily. Smoking: yes. 504 Esplanade Ave., 522-2940
The bright surf shack atmosphere at Lucy's draws a lively crowd for international sports on TV and a menu of sandwiches, burgers, quesadillas, salads and tacos. The bar features draft beers from around the world and original cocktails such as Lucy's classic margarita made with Sauza gold tequila, dressed with a mermaid. Open daily. Full restaurant menu. Happy hour 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat.-Sun.
Grab a seat inside or on the patio and enjoy the selection of coffees, teas, juices and baked goods, such as the maple bacon sweet potato biscuit. Honey ham, Brie and thinly sliced pears comprise one of the sandwich options. No reservations. Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Credit cards and checks. $
The full-service bar is separated from the kitchen and dining area at this classic po-boy restaurant, and beer is the favored adult beverage. The cocktail menu features interesting takes on classic cocktails, including the honey mint "jullep," made with Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey mixed with mint, sugar, lime and Sprite. Open Wed.-Mon. Full restaurant menu. Happy hour 3 p.m.-7 p.m. daily.
A rowdy and revered institution, Le Bon Temps operates as a neighborhood bar in one half of its building, with pool tables and drinks as the main attraction. The back part is a top-shelf music venue that hosts popular local bands nightly, highlighted by the Soul Rebels' long-running Thursday night gig. Open daily. Smoking allowed. No food. Happy hour 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
The Oak Street institution has live music every night and seafood boils on Sunday. Rebirth Brass Band plays at 10 p.m. every Tuesday, and the music calendar also features funk, rock, jazz, jam bands and touring acts. A weekly poetry reading at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoons honors the late Everette C. Maddox, the Maple Leaf's poet laureate. Open daily. No food.
Presiding over Frenchmen Street like a cool uncle, Blue Nile (a decade-plus residing at the former Dream Palace) brings in top touring talent from all genres in addition to standing weekly gigs with local favorites such as Little Maker (Thursdays). Upstairs has a spacious balcony and music genres from emerging experimental acts to roots-reggae DJs booming deep into the night. Open Mon.-Sat. No food.
What started as a warehouse space converted to a music hall more than 35 years ago has become a local music institution. Tipitina's presents a mix of local and touring bands, and the bars are open when the club is open for shows, including Sunday afternoon's Cajun dance party. Open for concerts. No food.