Nightlife in nola
bourbon street & so much more
Laissez les bon temps rouler! New Orleans knows how to keep the energy going all day and night. As the birthplace of the cocktail and jazz, New Orleans has no shortage of world-renowned cocktail bars as well as cherished dive bars, clubs and live music venues. You can easily listen to live jazz and then catch a burlesque show next door.
BATTURE Bistro + bar
Batture Bistro + Bar at ONE11 Hotel is a relaxed gathering place for locals and guests. Sip on a Sazerac in our chic surroundings at our lounge our outdoors at our climate-controlled porch or fireside on a cool evening.
While there are great places around the city to listen to live music and enjoy cocktails, no visit to New Orleans would be complete without experiencing Bourbon Street at night. Your senses will be stimulated with the bright neon lights, revelry on balconies, and mesmerizing music spilling outdoors from the bars and jazz clubs. Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, Old Absinthe House and Chris Owens Club are just a few of the renowned hangouts that you will find.
Located between the French Quarter and the Marigny, Frenchmen Street is jam packed full of live music clubs and restaurants. You might even find a brass band on the street, so it always feels like one big party.
Named one of the top 5 bars in the country by Esquire Magazine, French 75 is a chic cocktail bar known for its signature drink, the eponymous French 75, a mix of cognac and Champagne as well as for its souffle potatoes. With an ambiance of a French brasserie, French 75 is a great destination for pre or post-dinner drinks.
Pat O'Brien's Bar
No visit to New Orleans would be complete without a stop at Pat O'Brien's, the birthplace of the famous hurricane cocktail. Grab a seat near the flaming fountain in their courtyard or take in live music at their piano bar.
Patrick's Bar Vin
Located just half a block from Bourbon Street, Patrick’s Bar Vin is a perfect retreat from the bustle of Bourbon St. Let Patrick himself recommend a wine by the glass to enjoy the private courtyard.
21st Amendment at La Louisiane
21st Amendment is known as much for its live music nightly and great cocktails as it is for its history as a former restaurant operated by notorious New Orleans mobsters “Diamond” Jim Moran and Carlos Marcello. This cozy bar just steps from Bourbon Street but feels like a world away.