7 MUST-VISIT NEW ORLEANS JAZZ CLUBS
Filled with eccentric culture, cocktails, food, and music, no trip to New Orleans is complete without a stop at some of the best New Orleans jazz clubs. Grab a drink and some creole food and enjoy live jazz performances at some of these must-visit bars and lounges.
214 Royal St
This unique revolving bar is located in the Monteleone Hotel built in 1949. Located in the French Quarter, it is the perfect place to enjoy a variety of live jazz bands performing almost every night. Enjoy a craft cocktail while sitting in front of a magnificent gold carousel. No trip to New Orleans is complete without a visit to this historic carousel bar.
921 Canal St
Located in the third-floor lobby of the Ritz Hotel, this jazz lounge is perfect for those looking for a formal night out. Performances by legendary Jeremy Davenport can be enjoyed Wednesday and Thursday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday nights from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. It isn’t uncommon to see some familiar famous faces in the crowd either!
733 Bourbon St
Enjoy live jazz in this relaxed and intimate atmosphere where you are sure to hear the ambiance of each and every instrument played. Equipped with its very own band you will be sure to enjoy the music each and every time you visit.
300 Bourbon St
Serving decently priced cocktails, patrons can enjoy live music from across the jazz spectrum at this dark and intimate jazz club every night of the week. Named after Grammy-winning artist you’ll be sure to feel the rhythm of these talented bands as you sip on seasonal cocktails in a comfy booth.
613 Royal St
Jazz music isn’t just for swinging around to at night. This notable restaurant serves once of the best brunches in the city along with a performance from a talented jazz trio. Wake up on a Sunday morning and enjoy a mimosa and some unique southern food!
5535 Tchoupitoulas St
If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and puff on a sophisticated cigar, Dos Jefes is the place for you. Listen to nightly performances of diverse and eccentric jazz bands while enjoying a hand crafted cocktail. If the smoke is too much to handle, there is a comfortable patio so you can get some fresh air.
508 Frenchmen St
With a calendar stocked with events and performances, there will most likely be something going on during your visit. If you’re looking for a big show with light production and a crowd before a stage, The Maison is the place for you to be on a Saturday night. Be sure to make reservations or buy tickets!
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