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FRENCHMEN STREET
The epicenter of the music scene in New Orleans, and perhaps the known universe


B&W Courtyards is just three blocks away from the vibrant music scene of Frenchmen Street, which has displaced Bourbon Street as the place to hear the best of New Orlean's music.  There are over one dozen clubs on the three block stretch between Decatur Street and Royal Street.  You can choose between traditional jazz, big band swing, gypsy jazz, rhythm and blues, funk, rock and roll, reggae, contemporary jazz and blues.  You might even hear some country western or blue grass from time to time.
Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro
Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro
The premier music club on Frenchmen Street, if not the entire city of New Orleans, booking the best New Orleans and international artists. A true jazz bistro, Snug Harbor offers table seating with cocktail waitresses to take your drink order. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
The Spotted Cat
The Spotted Cat
Perhaps the most popular club on Frenchmen Street, The Spotted Cat has music starting at 2:00 PM and usually ending in the early hours next morning. The musical genres trend towards traditional Diixieland, swing and gyspay jazz. Photo credit - Scott Myers- Licensed under https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Free_Documentation_License
The Three Muses
The Three Muses
The Three Muses is a popular restaurant and music club on Frenchmen Street. The kitchen specializes in tapas style small plates with most entrees under $20. Before 7:00 PM you can usually walk up: after 7:00 PM reservations are advisable. Photograph by Infrogmation of New Orleans - licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license.
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