21st Amendment Bar at La Louisiane is a French Quarter bar pays tribute to the era that made U.S. history when it ratified Prohibition during the 1920s – an era where the mafia thrived and speakeasies proliferated through the trade of illegal alcohol. The bar was once part of the historic La Louisiane Restaurant that had been in operation from 1881 to the 1990s when two of New Orleans’ most notorious gangsters owned and operated the restaurant from the 1950s to 1980s.
Sit and watch the lively entertainment at Bourbon “O”, located at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel on Bourbon Street or just cozy up to the bar while you enjoy a freshly prepared craft cocktail. Bourbon “O” is the only smoke-free bar on Bourbon Street and offers a variety of craft cocktails and local draft beers. Enjoy live entertainment Tuesday – Saturday.
May Baily’s Place, once one of the better known bordellos in the wildly infamous red-light district known as Storyville, now serves as the bar at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel. Today, a copy of the license issued to May in 1857 (when sporting houses were legal in the Storyville District of New Orleans) is displayed.
Connect with friends at the Hotel Lounge. Enjoy an excellent selection of beer, wine and traditional New Orleans-style beverages. Select food menu served until midnight. Open daily from 2 PM until midnight.
The 7 on Fulton bar, occupies a niche at the front of the restaurant’s dining room and lends its own color and sense of movement to the scene with fanciful lighting.
This chic modern lounge is located at Hotel Le Marais and offers with signature cocktails. A bold and modern decor with LED lighting sets the tone for an sophisticated and stylish evening.