Dine, drink, and gamble the night away at Boomtown Casino. The casino and nightlife hot spot is home to over 1,500 slot machines and 30 table games that can make you go bust or send you home a winner. While you're visiting Boomtown, take some time to hit up the Boomers Live and Loaded venue for a show. The venue has something going on most everyday of the week.
At 400 varieties, you probably couldn't sample all of the beer at Cooter Brown's Tavern but you could try! Watch your favorite team battle it out on one of the 17 flat screens and chow down on some of the best shrimp, oysters and seafood in the city. Take a look at the walls to see which celebrities have made it into the "Obeertuary and Barsoleum," you may be surprised at who's face you'll see.
Come see performances by some of the best local musicians in the Crescent City area at d.b.a New Orleans. Not only does d.b.a offer the best in nightlife entertainment and live local music, the venue has had a couple of superstars like Jimmy Buffet, Stevie Wonder and Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown drop in for a show. Be sure to order a drink or two, the club has one of the best selections of beer and spirits in the city.
Spend an evening at the oldest jazz club in New Orleans, Fritzel's European Jazz Club. The club is located in the heart of the French Quarter and offers live shows almost every night of the week. Fritzel's has been open since 1969 and has a reputation for being a "home away from home" for many jazz musicians. Visit the nightlife destination and learn the stuff of a true New Orleans music venue.
Enjoy the best gambling and nightlife experience the south has to offer at Harrah's Casino Hotel. Get your pokerface and your lucky dice roll ready for games like poker and craps, or just try your luck at the slots. If you find your luck is busted, drink and dance the night away at the Masquerade night club and make your own luck.
Characters provide an entertaining atmosphere that brings to life the search for the legendary lost shaker of salt at Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville New Orleans. Have a fun time, some great drinks and food that that embrace the New Orleans Culture and Buffett philosophy.
Party at a true New Orleans nightlife hot spot at the Krazy Korner. This club is located on the corner of Bourbon Street and St. Peter at the heart of the French Quarter, and is known for having one of the most fun party atmospheres in the city. Live music, dance music, loud music and drink specials are signature features at this bar.
Step foot in what is known as the oldest continually occupied bar in the nation, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar. The bar resides in one of the oldest buildings in New Orleans and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1970. Its Bourbon Street location places the bar in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter, making it the perfect nightlife spot for you to stop in and have a drink.
Check out the Maple Leaf Bar for strong drinks and live music almost every night of the week. The club has been a New Orleans live music and nightlife staple since it opened in 1974 and it's a must see on your trip through the city.
Find your voice and belt out your favorite tunes at the Cats Meow karaoke bar. This French Quarter nightlife establishment opened in 1989 and has since been called "the best karaoke bar in the world". Brooks and Dunn, Depeche Mode, "Weird Al" Yankovic, and Bill Gates are just a few of the famous faces who've graced the stage at the Cats Meow.
Join the millions of patrons who have visited Pat O'Brien's New Orleans, and help keep it the number one alcohol-distributing establishment in the country. The bar is the birthplace of the Hurricane cocktail and has been serving them up tall and strong since 1933. Find out why this bar and nightlife destination is one of the most visited places in the city.
he Rock’n‘Bowl has become a recognized part of the New Orleans music scene. A worthwhile night time activity with a bowling alley, bar, restaraunt and huge dance floor with live music 7 nights a week. Go on Thursday night with Nathan and the Zydeco Cha-Chas.
Check out the Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro for some of the best jazz music and food in the city. The nightlife venue has a dining room, a bar and music room waiting to wine, dine and entertain you. Snug Harbor hosts live music seven days a week in their cabaret-style music room, be ready for a full night of fun.
No music club in the world has been as dedicated to a single musician than Tipitina's. The venue honors the career and legacy of R&B musician and New Orleans native, Professor Longhair. The man practically wrote the soundtrack to Mardi Gras and you are invited to explore his music and others like it at this one-of-a-kind nightlife and music venue.
Win big at Treasure Chest Casino! Take your chances on over 950 slot machines and games like Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Mini Baccarat, and Texas Hold'em. Check out the lounge for nightlife fun and live music and don't gamble on an empty stomach. The casino has restaurants on-site to keep you energized and ready to play.