Jazz & Blues Clubs
Evening winds shake the leaves to the rhythms blowing through the streets of New Orleans.
, named for the French royals, not the liquor, swings all night and into the wee hours.
Inscribe two de rigueur experiences on your apres dinner entertainment agenda:
Preservation Hall for Jazz
at just $5 a pop and
for the courtyard and hurricane experience.
Located side by side at 716-718 St. Peter Street.
In the Faubourg Marigny
neigborhood, Frenchmen Street is music central, and two venues set the standards.
At jazz club extraordinaire Snug Harbor
, 626 Frenchmen, Charmaine Neville often performs on Mondays, and Fridays usually feature a Marsalis - Delfeayo, Jason, or father Ellis.
Dance to a Latin beat, underground hiphop or jazz at Cafe Brasil
, 2100 Chartres Street at Frenchmen.
Cognac at the Napoleon House,
, at 500 Chartres Street, a landmark of old New Orleans ambiance.
The Preservation Hall of Jazz