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Bourbon St
New Orleans, LA 70130

 (504) 586-1155

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Here's what Trippy members say about Bourbon Street:

"Bourbon Street, Willie Mae's Scotch House, CafĂ© du Monde, and Laura Plantation are worthwhile sites to visit and eat."  See More

"especially when you are sick of Bourbon Street (although it is still really fun and there is great people watching)."  See More

"Even though the hotel is on Bourbon Street, the hotel is quiet inside."  See More

"Magazine Street for antiques Royal St and Bourbon Street"  See More

"Walk down Bourbon Street to say you did it and see the partyers."  See More

"Be sure to walk down Bourbon Street and stop in one of the many famous bars for a classic drink."  See More

"especially when you are sick of Bourbon Street (although it is still really fun and there is great people watching)."  See More

"Laura there are many good jazz bars on Bourbon Street."  See More

"Frenchmen Street is my choice over Bourbon Street for jazz/blues in New Orleans - it's the more mature version of Bourbon in my opinion."  See More

"Although it is on Bourbon Street, it has rooms on the inside courtyard that are very quiet and the lobby seems far removed from the street outside."  See More

"Hey Nathan New Orleans will be so fun for a Bachelor party. The French Quarter is where you want to stay, although, may be expensive. Windsor Court Hotel or The Roosevelt New Orleans would be really cool and central places. Great thing about the french quarter is that there are a ton of bars and restaurants you can walk to. When in July are you going? I was actually just told by a friend that a cocktail festival is going on the third weekend (Tales of the Cocktail-!"  See More

"Outside of Bourbon Street in the FQ, here are a few cool local/less touristy hangouts: Molly's at the Market (1107 Decatur), Erin Rose(811 Conti), and the Chart Room (300 Chartres)."  See More

"And after you've had a few, wander down Bourbon Street to people watch and laugh."  See More

"especially when you are sick of Bourbon Street (although it is still really fun and there is great people watching)."  See More

"Absolutely take a walk down Bourbon Street."  See More

"I would say Bourbon Street, but just once and then never, NEVER again!"  See More

"Get a taxi or limo and enjoy Bourbon Street."  See More

"Avoid Bourbon Street at night!"  See More

"Another cool spot I boogied at was on Bourbon Street at Pat O'Brien's Bar."  See More

"Have a Sazerack cocktail at Arnaud's Restaurant but go to the bar Bar; go to the Flea Market; cruise Bourbon Street listen for live music or ask where Rooster is playing tonight; and of course Preservation Hall"  See More

"Definitely do not spend the whole time on Bourbon Street!"  See More

"One word of advice should you ever find yourself stuck in a hotel on Bourbon Street again: request a hotel room that faces the pool, or the center of the hotel room, and not the street."  See More

"Then come night time, you can head to Bourbon Street and experience some of the nightlife there."  See More

"If you walk around The French Quarter and/or on Bourbon Street, you'll also be bound to stumble upon bars with lives jazz music, too."  See More

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