People tend to check in during these times:
Worth checking out if yer on Bourbon St. They say it's oldest bar in the US (1772, pre-independence!) tho I think there's 3-4 other bars claiming the same. Would be classier w/out the ATM & jukebox.
Built between 1722 and 1732, this venue is reputed to be the oldest structure used as a bar in the United States. Considered haunted, but you can guarantee leaving this place having a great time!
Get a black voodoo... Strong alcohol in a grape slush.
Possibly the coolest bar on Earth.
Best Hurricanes in new Orleans
It's the darkest bar you'll ever be in! Candle lit!
built around 1772 considered "oldest continually occupied bar in the United States" Now ain't that something.
Order the Purple Slushy Thingy.
Nola's best bar check out the celeb wall ....
Get a seat by the piano. And hang out with the piano man.
Awesome hurricanes in a historic building.
get a hurricane
Oldest bar in America! 1772!
When on Bourbon, you MUST visit this place! Coolest. Bar. Ever. Grab a stool around the piano!
Get a hurricane. Arguably better than Pat O's.
Definitely stop by for a drink before or after your night on Bourbon. Very chill, laid back spot. Fireplace in the middle of the building, multiple open doors on the side, courtyard..worth a stop!!
my neighborhood hangout right across the street. <3
Good bloody marys.
2 words: Purple Drank
This place is haunted!! We were in the back patio area after dark and the door near the bar started swinging open on its own! Or maybe that was the voodoo daiquiris talking..
If you want to see an angry bar wench, blow out all the candles.
Sick live piano here.
Get a purple drink!
Order a black voodoo at Lafitte's, which claims to be the oldest continually occupied bar in the United States.
Ask to try the purple drink!
Best Bloody Mary's on earth. An authentic pirate bar.
Hurricanes are LOADED...and they put the ones at Pat O's to shame!
They have carriage hop drink service so you too can party like it is 1799.
Great bar! The oldest bar in the US. The ambiance is great. Loved it!
If you can drink rams piss... You can drink the obituary...
Loved it! There's a fireplace in the center of the bar to keep you warm during the winter month's. Be sure to check out the celeb wall as well.
Amazing place. Try the hurricanes. And tell your girlfriend you love her
Really awesome candle-lit bar. A great place for a "first date". If you can sit outside at night it's great!
Grab the hurricane, but be ready for lots of booze and sugar. It'll get you sauced quick.
Built in 1722, 1741, 1753, 1754, 1760, or 1770, depending on the mule cart driver. Actually built around 1772 and second-oldest building in the city.
Do a shot of jäger in the oldest bar in America
Love this place.. Worth checking out if you are in the area and make sure to take lots of pictures. Drinks can be pricey but its New Orleans :)
Come by the AT&T Fan Zone at Bracket Town at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on Mon, April 2, for a chance to get an autograph from basketball legends Jay Williams, David Robinson, & John Havlicek!
Built in 1722, this old building has a long history, mostly unknown. A great place to get away from the noise up Bourbon Street up towards Canal. Always offer a sip of your drink to the spirits!
They've been serving drinks here before America was independant. Both the right thing and drink here.
Make sure bypass the front area with jukebox, and straight for the piano in the back.
Get a purple drank and then sit in the courtyard. It's rumored to be haunted!
Killer bar. Dark. Light the place is only lit by candles. Great place to disappear in :-)
Loved this place. Apparently it's the oldest bar in America! It's very dark but there's a piano and purple drank so what more could you want?
The oldest continually occupied bar in the U.S., this place was once, according to legend, owned by the pirate Jean Lafitte.
The oldest bar in America (touristy now)