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The French Quarter may be saturated with bars and clubs, but some still manage to stand out above the rest. Harry’s Corner is one of those places. This casual neighborhood bar on the quieter side of the Quarter keeps locals, regulars and in-the-know tourists coming back for the inexpensive drinks and friendly atmosphere. The fully-loaded jukebox is a keeps patrons entertained into the early hours. Don’t forget your cash when you’re headed to Harry’s. Credit cards are not accepted.
Molly's at the Market opened its doors for the first time in 1974 and has been an integral part of the New Orleans experience ever since. This bar is unique for its diverse set of customers, relaxed atmosphere and excellent service. Every year Molly's unites regular customers and guests for a host of events as a tribute to their relationship with New Orleans and its people. This is the neighborhood's favorite old bar where beer taps flow into the wee hours of the morning.
This rock star of a dive has routinely been described as one of the city's best, even finding a spot on CNBC's list of the country's top dives. A sprightly red and white facade greets you at the entrance of the King Pin. The red theme continues inside, this time with wooden hues as contrast. Pop art posters cover the walls and include notable tributes to Elvis. In true dive tradition, the place has a rocking jukebox, loaded with a popular playlist and there's a shuffleboard as well. Live bands perform for the mostly young crowd on days when the New Orleans Saints aren't playing. The bar's lively atmosphere and fun crowd have made it a city favorite and appearances in popular media have added to its appeal. Stop by for a lively night out.
Since its 1979 opening, Le Bon Temps has been welcoming laid-back New Orleanians to enjoy quiet afternoons at the bar and late nights drinking and dancing. A fully stocked bar and cozy, ultra-casual atmosphere encourage patrons to stop by during daylight hours for better than average bar eats including sandwiches, quesadillas, and burgers. And come back after dark for a full night of drinking and dancing. The Soul Rebels Brass Band, Joe Krown Organ Combo, and a variety of other brass, rock, and jam bands pack the Uptown neighborhood bar nearly every night. Stop by on Friday for the free oysters.