6751 Westbank Expressway , Marrero, LA, US, 70072

  • Phone: (504) 267-0701
  • Fax: (504) 267-0706
3.7 out of 5 (84 reviews)
69% of guests recommend this hotel
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  • Nightclubs

    »F and M Patio Bar

    If you like to start your evenings late and end them early in the morning, then F&M Patio Bar is the hot spot for you. Dancing, pool tables, and a kitchen that stays open as long as you can stay awake are just a few of the features. There is also a tropical patio, jukebox and one of those fun photo booths, so you are sure not to miss a minute of memorable moments!

    4841 Tchoupitoulas Street
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Monkey Hill

    Enjoy a cool cocktail or icy beer at Magazine Street's Monkey Hill. Overstuffed couches and colorful artwork line the walls of this upscale, yet casual bar. Monkey Hill patrons often find their way to the dimly lit establishment to take advantage of the Monday through Friday Martini Menu Happy Hour Specials. In addition to a variety of fruity and flavored martinis, the bar boasts an extensive wine list—by the bottle and by the glass—and a variety of domestic and imported beers. Despite late night crowds that can make navigating the bar difficult, patrons still find room to play pool and shuffleboard at the bar's two tables. Check the Monkey Hill website for a schedule of occasional live music and comedy performances.

    6100 Magazine Street
    New Orleans, LA 70118

    »Tipitina's French Quarter

    Tipitina's at 501 Napoleon Avenue was established in 1977 and has a rich history and the honor of having musical legends perform here over the years. This historical cultural landmark was created by performer, composer, and pianist Professor Longhair. The version at 233 North Peters is the offspring of the original and has its own charm. Modernized with best state-of-the-art sound and light money can buy and a 500 capacity and a private party room upstairs with gorgeous views of the Mississippi River. Check website for details on the latest events, performances and acts.

    233 N. Peters
    New Orleans, LA 70130

    »Le Bon Temps Roule

    This chummy restaurant-bar has been a neighborhood fixture since 1979. Its many crowd-pleasing features include daily drink specials and hearty pub grub such as, juicy burgers, chili and po-boys. Kermit Ruffins and his BBQ Swingers perform on Wednesdays. A variety of live bands entertain the crowd Thursday through Saturday. Fridays also, feature shuck and jive, and all-you-can-eat oysters on the half shell. There is never a cover charge, and the well-stocked bar is sure to have your favorite beer.

    4801 Magazine Street
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Le Bon Temps Roulé

    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.

    4801 Magazine Street
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Milan Lounge

    If you are fine with the idea of some cheap drinks and a game of dart after a long day of work, just ring the door bell and enter Milan Lounge. Share your table with salesmen, clerks and mechanics, who keep the conversations going and take your mind off tensions with interesting stories and jokes. Never mind the dress code, here simplicity is the mantra. Friendly atmosphere, a typical neighborhood flavor and easy on the pocket, this place is one you will leave feeling rejuvenated. If an amiable company and good drinks are your idea of a relaxing evening—you will like Milan!

    1312 Milan Street
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Neutral Ground Coffee House

    Just a short cab ride from downtown, this coffee shop has a '60s influenced decor. Appointments are just as you would expect—overstuffed furnishings and chess boards. Sunday nights are for the aspiring singer, songwriter or musicians to take the stage. If that doesn't draw you, come back another night and hear the professional contemporary or folk singers who perform here.

    5110 Danneel Street
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Superior Grill

    This casual spot draws a big crowd during carnival time. The combination of mesquite grill menu items with Tex Mex flavors is a popular combination. The decor is tasteful in Spanish motif tantalizing you to anticipate authentic cuisine found South of the border. Entrees include enchilada platters and whole enchilada nachos. If you prefer something that is not Mexican they also offer mesquite-roasted quail, grilled tuna and baby back ribs. They also make some mean margaritas here, with fresh lime and Sauza tequila.

    3636 Saint Charles Avenue
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Freret Street Publiq House

    As much of a late night hot spot as a drinking den, Freret Street Publiq House is a lively spot for a fun night out. An outstanding roster of live acts, from recognized local bands to well-known artists, draws live music junkies to the club. Besides music, the club also accommodates comedy and other such acts for a complete entertainment package. The bar boasts a varied spirit list of worldly beers, wines and specialty cocktails. Fun events like trivia nights ensure that there's never a dull moment. Regular drink specials and related events keep the crowds coming. The patio is a favorite spot for regulars for chilling out after performances. Check website for schedules and more.

    4528 Freret Srreet
    New Orleans, LA 70115

    »Phillips Bar & Restaurant

    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.

    733 Cherokee Street
    New Orleans, LA 70118

    »Bruno's Tavern

    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, a Firecracker Salad, 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.

    7538 Maple Street
    New Orleans, LA 70118

    »Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar

    This ultimate beer tavern has been a favorite watering hole since 1977. Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar boasts more than 400 brands of imported and domestic bottled beer and more than 40 on tap. The atmosphere is something like a sports bar, with eight color TVs, video poker games and pool tables. Surprisingly good cuisine makes the trip uptown on the trolley worth it. One example of the great bar food is the Cheese Fries, a favorite of the locals.

    509 South Carrolton Avenue
    New Orleans, LA 70118
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