Louisiana Party Places

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Colette New Orleans

822 Gravier St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Central Business District) United States

504 - 588-1517

Colette is a lifestyle club for couples and singles located in downtown New Orleans. Have a fun, sexy time with other like-minded people in a classy BYOB establishment. The club has many different play areas, including a dance floor, private rooms, several lounges, and a movie theater. [more]

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Masquerade Night Club

8 Canal St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Central Business District) United States

504 - 533 - 6139

Be in the center of it all! In the heart of Harrah’s New Orleans is Masquerade, a hip gathering spot with a pulsing vibe you don’t want to miss. Voted # 27 in Nightclub & Bar Magazine’s Top 100 Nightclubs—Masquerade is the place to be. Join your friends here for a drink at the city’s coolest bar. Dance to the pulse of the top DJ’s in [more]

Club 735

735 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, Louisiana United States


Club 735 is located on Bourbon Street, in the French Part of New Orleans. The venue boasts three separate setting, each offering its own unique take on nightlife. Whether you're a local, or you're just visiting, you've gotta check this place out for yourself. Click here for more information. [more]

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Mahogany Jazz Hall

125 Chartres St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Central Business District) United States


The Mahogany Hall was the most lavish bordello in Storyville, the "Red Light" district of old New Orleans. Operated by "Countess" Lulu White, a woman of intuitive business savvy, she advertsed her popular "ladies" as to have a "special" gft from nature. The Mahogany Hall was originally called the Hall of Mirrors and today mirrors adorn the [more]

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Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club

225 Bourbon St, New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter) United States


Larry Flint's Hustler Club is an exclusive strip club located in the bustling French Quarter. It is the perfect place to enjoy top-shelf liquor and take in a captivating show by one of the venue's many gorgeous dancers. The venue boasts three separate and serves as the perfect setting for birthdays and bachelor parties. Click here for more info. [more]

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Apres Lounge

608 Fulton St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Warehouse District) United States

504 - 682-7721

Après lounge is an upscale champagne bar and lounge located on Fulton Street. The atmosphere is the perfect mix of elegance and excitement. Après is known for its great selection of champagnes and sparkling wines, beautifully decorated venue and great atmosphere. Après is also available to host private or corporate events. [more]

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Cat’s Meow

701 Bourbon St, New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter) United States

504 - 523-2788

The World Famous Cats Meow first opened its doors in December of 1989. At the time, karaoke in America was in it's infancy and we were one of the first bars to try out the new entertainment concept. In less than a year, Cats Meow became the largest "on premise" account for both Miller and Budweiser products in the New Orleans area. A year later, [more]

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Baton Rouge River Center Theater

220 St. Louis Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana United States


Baton Rouge River Center Theater Entering the Theatre for the Performing Arts, the visitor transforms into the glory of old vaudeville. Featuring continental seating for up to 1,900 patrons, every seat has a terrific view of the stage at the Theatre, guaranteed by the proscenium opening of fifty-seven feet by twenty-eight feet.  The seating [more]

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601 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Warehouse District) United States


With rooms full of arcade machines and menu full of craft beer, Barcadia creates a space for patrons to enjoy childhood games while sipping grownup drinks. The sprawling Warehouse District bar boasts a collection of vintage arcade games, from Tron and Galaga to The Simpsons and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, along with Skee-Ball, oversized sets [more]