This bar features craft cocktails with an emphasis on pre-Prohibition recipies. A menu of specialty drinks caters to a range of tastes. The Final Final is made with Laphroaig Scotch, Fernet, simple syrup and allspice. Snacks from the adjoining Grill Room are available. Open Thu.-Sat. Food available. Happy hour 5 p.m.- 7 p.m. Thu.-Sat.
Proprietor JoAnn Clevenger’s restaurant serves original dishes and Creole classics. Duck and andouille etouffee comes with cornbread and Louisiana pepper jelly. Honey-pecan bread pudding is topped with toffee sauce. Reservations recommended. Dinner Wed.-Sun. Credit cards. $$$
What started as a warehouse space converted to a music hall more than 35 years ago has become a local music institution. Tipitina's presents a mix of local and touring bands, and the bars are open when the club is open for shows, including Sunday afternoon's Cajun dance party. Open for concerts. No food.
Serious sports fans appreciate the 12-foot TV, and there’s a 52-inch high-definition Golden Tee for gamers. You can get two-for-one drinks all day to get you warmed up for trivia games, darts and video poker. Burgers, smoked ribs and brisket, tacos and more are available. Open daily. Smoking: yes. Free Wi-Fi.
The bar boasts a modern space, high-top seating, a generous number of TVs and bar food served till late. Located close to the convention center, it attracts out-of-towners as well as neighborhood residents (and their dogs). Tuesdays are trivia nights. Open daily. Happy hour 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Pork loin is blackened with Creole spices and served with Creole mustard sauce. Natchez bread pudding is a souffle of La Louisiane French bread, eggs, cream vanilla and cinnamon with Callebaut Belgian white chocolate sauce. Reservations recommended. Lunch and dinner daily, brunch Sun. Credit cards. $$$
Wedding Venue: The New Orleans riverboat hosts engagement parties, wedding showers, rehearsal dinners, wedding ceremonies, receptions and elopements. Catering and entertainment are available.