In addition to a regular and rotating roster of local musicians performing early and late sets, d.b.a.'s extensive offerings range from regional and imported craft beers, ports and whiskeys. Open daily. No smoking. No food.
Women can test their musical talents on a piano in the ladies room at this live jazz and blues music club, which charges no cover most nights. Local art decorates the walls, and you can sit at the bar or stake out a table. Abita beer is king here, but other drinks are available. Open daily. Smoking: yes.
There’s a nautical theme to this neighborhood bar but no gimmicks, just cheap drinks, a good mix of tourist and locals, and a friendly atmosphere. Football games are shown on the TV, and a jukebox features retro tunes. Regular drink prices are akin to most bar’s happy hours, with $1.50 draft beers, $2.50 well drinks and $4 call brands. Open daily. Smoking: yes. Dog friendly.