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Place was nice in decor and employees, but would recommend not staying on first floor... both nights we were there, was very noisey! Couldn't sleep!!! Even with the ear plugs they supplied..People sitting on our steps all night.. laughing and yelling. Couldn't wait to get out of there so we could get a good night sleep!
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Cool dive bar. On the weekend gives free seafood if you buy a drink and all they take is tip. I think it's from 3-6p (until they run out)
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Great bar, fantastic bartenders, but generally far too crowded to be a casual drinks spot.
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Had a drink. It was cold, the AC was cold, and the servic was good. Solid choice.
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Great bartender, attractive and easy to talk to. Helpful with the beer selection and I love that you can grab a drink to go or bring your pupper. Pool table and some gambling games to occupy your time. Recommend
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Ok - this place isn’t much too look at, but when taken in the context of Frenchmen street and this whole part of town, it ends up being a magical little surprise. Make the walk. Check it out. It’s worth it.
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The local bar in New Orleans. Good Guinness and great service. Pool table and that homey feel you want in a bar. Located right next to frenchmen street.
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Kind of a dive, right off Frenchmen St, so lots of tourists but no love music. Relatively cheap drinks, and a projector screen showing episodes of Planet Earth make it a fun hang. There's also a spin-the-wheel game for choosing a shot, so it definitely has a party vibe of some kind.
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The carousel bar was unique and they were playing live music. The bar itself was too busy to experience the rotating portion but I was able to enjoy a good drink while standing.
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This is a great spot for those who want to go to New Orleans and not stay *in* the French Quarter but still be close and in a great area. Frenchman is right around the corner, and the French Market is a straight shot. It's a really unique place as it's a bar primarily. You literally check-in with the bartenders, but me they are awesome! The manager Adam was extremely accommodating and they provide a sheet with weekly events and their hand picked suggestions for food and entertainment. Stayed in the Storyville room. Could not even hear the bar below. Shared balcony is amazing and we met several cool fellow guests. It was also nice to have local friends come up and hang out, people watch, and enjoy cocktails from the bar. Highly suggest their frozen drinks. They also now have the option for resident tags for street parking for only $15/night. That was a life saver.
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