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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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The Holy Ground

3340 Canal St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Mid-City) United States

504-821-6828

The Holy Ground Irish Bar gets its name from a place in the town of Cobh, County Cork, on the southern coast of Ireland. The place name is ironic, as the piece of ground known as the Holy Ground was the town's red-light district in the 19th century when the town, then known as Queenstown, was a major stopping point for ships crossing the Atlantic [more]

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21st Amendment at La Louisiane

725 Iberville St, New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter) United States

504-378-7330

21st Amendment at La Louisiane pays tribute to the Prohibition era in U.S. history during the 1920s - an era where the mafia thrived and speakeasies proliferated through the trade of illegal alcohol.  Step inside our French Quarter bar, enjoy a hand crafted cocktail from our unique menu and you'll be transported back in time, surrounded by images [more]

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The Ninth Circle

700 N Rampart St, New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter) United States

504-252-4558

The Ninth Circle is home to the cheapest and strongest drinks in the Quarter as well as to the best underground House music in the city. [more]

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Bar UnCommon

817 Common St, New Orleans, Louisiana (Central Business District) United States

504-525-1111

Located in the Renaissance Pere Marquette Hotel at the corner of Baronne and Common in downtown New Orleans, Bar UnCommon is a stylish oasis in the heart of the city's Central Business District. Specializing in both classic and original cocktails, Bar UnCommon exudes hipness and an undeniable mod sensibility. Also adjacent to the bar is The [more]

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Bourbon Street Blues Company

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

504-566-1507

This place felt pretty cheesy, but that should go without saying since it was on Bourbon St. Fine if you want to hear a little music, but it was nothing amazing. My favorite part were the mini hand grenade shots-I had to get one! It is basically any shot you want, but a lot classier than those ginormous fruity actual grenades. [more]

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American Sports Saloon

1200 Decatur St, New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter) United States

504 - 300-1782

In the late 1890's, The American Saloon occupied a warehouse at 1200 Decatur Street. Now, the best Sports Bar in the Quarter is back at the same spot with American (New), Barbeque, Burgers, Cajun/Creole, French, Sandwiches, Seafood, Southern and Steakhouses. [more]

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GrandPre’s

834 N Rampart St, New Orleans, Louisiana (French Quarter) United States

504-267-3615

The building at 834 North Rampart has a colorful history.  The original owner lived on the second floor, which was accessed by a wrought iron stair case running along the front of the building.  His barber shop was located on the first floor, which is home to GrandPre's now.  After closing and selling the property, it became a night club called [more]

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The Bombay Club

830 Conti St, New Orleans, Louisiana United States

504-577-2237

We invite you to come in to see our beautiful renovation project, and sample favorites from renowned Louisiana Chef, Nathan Richard. Richard has a strong background in the art of charcuterie, and the culinary instinct of a born-and-raised Louisianan. Chef Richard loves to experiment with flavors, and has brought to our quasi-British menu a Cajun [more]