Wed-Thu 4pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-1am
"What America Needs Now is a Drink!" Franklin Roosevelt, 1933
Six nights per week, great New Orleans style Jazz belts out of this place located on Iberville Street, just across from Dickie Brennan's Steakhouse and Acme Oyster House on the first street of the French Quarter past Canal. The Bar takes its theme from the repeal of prohibition in 1933, and along with Jazz, great prohibition period craft cocktails are available daily. The music starts around 7:30 most days, and as early as 3pm on weekends, going until the bar closes. The atmosphere is remarkably upscale, and intimate, with only about 30 seats, and has wonderful french doors opening to the sidewalk.
The bar is located inside the Hotel Mazarin, a classy joint to stay in and part of the New Orleans Hotel Collection. For a full schedule of performers and times, be sure to visit: www.21stamendmentlalouisiane.com/calendar