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A classic juicy 10 oz ground sirloin Burger with beer? What do you think of that? Well, this is the main attraction at Beachcorner Bar & Grill, as they serve up the best Burger in town for a very small price. Besides the famous burgers, foodies will relish the hot and spicy wings, quesadillas and onion rings. Looking for more variety? Select from the long list of sandwiches which are good enough for a meal and come in different combinations. When you have had your fill of tasty food, you can pass your time with a game of pool or test your aiming skills at the dartboard. A great place to enjoy and rewind after work.
Ten high-def plasma televisions, dart boards, shuffleboard, and a pool table place Bruno's Tavern among the top sports bars Uptown. Local teams usually rule the sets, but it's not uncommon to find fans from across the country rooting right alongside the LSU and Tulane fans. The long L-shaped bar provides plenty of room for drinkers to belly-up and order from the selection of the twenty beers on tap or one of the many bottled brews. Hungry? Ample table seating provides the ideal place to enjoy Loaded Baked Potato Fries, Jumbo Hot Wings, or one of the delicious burgers from the menu. Close proximity to Loyola and Tulane make Bruno's a prime college hangout, but sports fans of all ages are sure to feel at home.
No, they don't serve snakes here neither does Jake dress up like Santa. But if you are in search of a lounge to drink a pint and relax with the banter of college-goers in the background, Snake and Jake's Christmas Club Lounge is the place to visit. Open late in the night, drop in and sink with a glass of wine on the soft leather couches. Or celebrate the New Year early in the summer in a festive atmosphere and shop for tees, hats, mugs and baby clothes at the Snake and Jake's store as you drive home.
This is the Uptown place where students and young professionals dress up and go to to find and secure that special someone from the opposite sex. Like many of its patrons, the bar tries desperately to be swank and cool. There is one large main room with pool tables, a smaller red room with sofas and lots of red and a large outdoor patio open on the weekends. Everyone has so much fun that they forget they are buying over-priced drinks. The place is open from Monday to Thursday from 4p, Fridays from 3:30p, Saturday from 4p and on Sunday from 7p.
For the people of New Orleans, this is an evening nest and a place to relax. The "refurbished flood damaged wood" interiors, lend an air of absolute simplicity to the interiors. Don't worry about dress codes, just walk right in for drinks and conversations. You'll find most people hooked to TV screens watching a hard contested baseball match or gaming away with beer in one hand and WiFi controllers in the other. Whether you are interested in sports or not, the lively atmosphere combined with spontaneous laughter and smiling bartenders provides good enough reason for you to visit again.
This mid-city restaurant is a classy neighborhood hangout. The large dining room features pale wood and beige appointments, thick carpeting and comfy upholstered chairs. Begin with the Seraphine Salad then move on to either a Filet Mignon or New York Strip with a side of fried onion rings. If you are not in the mood for steak, try the fried shrimp, grilled veal chops or the rack of lamb. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 5pm onwards.