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Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Pelican Club replicates a classic 19th century French Quarter Townhouse, housing three individually designed dining rooms and a large bar. The cuisine fuses traditional New Orleans dishes with modern international flavors to produce an innovative contemporary menu. Highlights include the Pelican Club Baked Oysters, Panned Gulf Fish and the Seared Yellowifsh Tuna. Mirroring the food, the decor is dually traditional and contemporary, featuring cypress and burnished wood paneling, black leather banquette, and original paintings by local artists. The wine list consists of Californian, French and Italian wines. Excellent food and great wine, are you still asking for more!
Having thrived within the historic French Quarter of New Orleans for close to 200 years, the Old Absinthe House is enriched with its own vibrant history. Boasting visits by renown personalities like Enrico Caruso, Mark Twain, Liza Minelli and Frank Sinatra, the walls of the bar are a kind of historic record, adorned by the visiting cards of the many millions who have quenched their thirst at this famous watering hole. The bar offers a full range of alcohol, including some fantastic single malt scotches, alongside quirky cocktails like the Absinthe House Frappe and Ramos Gin Fizz. The Absinthe cocktails are usually prepared using substitutes like Herbsaint, leaving patrons free to enjoy their drinks without any of the ill effects associated with the consumption of absinthe. With antique chandeliers, a copper-topped bar and football memorabilia scattered about, the charm of the Old Absinthe House lies as much in its decor as it does in its exceptional drinks menu.
Chart Room bar is located in the heart of the French Quarter. It offers cheap drinks and some nautical flavors as well. This is a favorite place to hangout among locals and also attracts tourists. Sit at a corner table sipping drinks and looking at the bustling streets outside.
Named after Jeremy Davenport, the famed entertainer who still plays here, The Davenport Lounge is an elegant lounge located inside the Ritz Carlton. The venue features classy jazz events to regale the audience. Choose from the range of beverages and bites on the menu and sit back and enjoy the music.
This family-owned famous restaurant has created a casual and comfortable family-friendly spot in the French Quarter. A full bar with sports and news television adds to the casual, fun atmosphere. Remoulade's plays host to a daily New Orleans food festival offering everything from gumbo, chock full of fresh seafood, to good old American burgers. Regardless of what you choose, the price is always fair.
Named one of the top 25 bars in the United States, French 75 is all about sophistication. Premium spirits and custom cocktails win the day here, a taste in refinement that fits in nicely in the French Quarter. The drink menu changes with the seasons, but the cocktail for which the bar is named, a combination of brandy and champagne, is always available. Beer and wine are also present, as well as cigars, so indulge in whatever you're partial to in a setting that is classically New Orleans.