Where to Sit at the Bar in New Orleans

Enjoy dinner and drinks bar side at these Big Easy essentials
Rebecca Rovelo

Bombay Club

New Orleans is known for a restaurant scene that boasts both cuisine and cocktails done right. But while you’re in The Big Easy, make sure to sidle up to these 5 alluring restaurant bars — they’ll have you wined, dined, and hanging around until last call. 

 

The Delachaise

Cuisine: New American

Reservations required? None taken 

See more of Chris Hannah's picks for New Orleans.

(Photo courtesy of The Delachaise).

 

Tujague's

Cuisine: Cajun/Creole

Reservations required? Yes

See more of Jacquline Slater's picks for New Orleans

(Photo courtesy of Flickr/mokolabs).

 

Iris

Cuisine: New American

Reservations required? Yes

See more of Ian McNulty's picks for New Orleans.

(Photo courtesy of Sharon Floyd).

 

Bombay Club

Cuisine: Nouveau Creole

Reservations needed? No

See more of the New Orleans French Quarter (and beyond) Bar Crawl.

(Photo courtesy of The Bombay Club Restaurant and Martini Bistro).

 

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