Halloween Countdown
00
days
00
hours
00
minutes
00
seconds

Club 735

  • Events
Club 735, 735 Burbon Street, offers three clubs in one of top-shelf atmosphere -- Downstairs, The Living Room at Club 735, is THE place on Bourbon Street to go to let it all hang out! This ain’t your mama and daddy’s living room! It’s the home of the best drink special in New Orleans. From 2pm until 9 pm Thursday through Saturday, The Living Room at Club 735 is proud to be “The Only Place on Bourbon Street where Ladies in Bikinis drink free”. Mix that together with a DJ spinning the hottest dance music in an intimate setting, throw in some great drink specials along with a Mardi Gras spirit 365 days a year and you have all the ingredients for one of the wildest parties on Bourbon Street…day or night! Come play in our living room! Upstairs, The Loft at Club 735 is proud to offer some of the finest cocktails, spirits and staff as you can find in New Orleans. Looking for a place to relax from the bustle of the French Quarter, or have an intimate conversation, in an upscale setting? Hit the Loft and chill out on one of our overstuffed couches or chairs. Swing out on to the balcony and check out the Bourbon Street scene. In a city known for its music, the Loft will be featuring a choice selection of music in an intimate setting on the weekends. It’s like nowhere else on Bourbon Street. The Loft can also be reserved for your next corporate event , private party, bachelor or bachelorette party or wedding reception. See our corporate events/private parties page for more details. The Venue at Club 735 is an intimate performance hall that is proud to host both locally and nationally known comedy and musical entertainment, as well as one of the best dance clubs on Bourbon Street. Club 735 caters to Bourbon Street's massive tourist crowd with a DJ spinning hip-hop, techno, jazz and house music, while the second story features the finest live acts in local and national reggae, R&B and hip-hop. Comedy shows, a rarity in the city, are also planned, but some things remain the same, including one of the French Quarter’s best balcony spots.