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One of the most popular gay bars in New Orleans, located near to the other gay venues on Bourbon Street. This is a lively place where you can have fun and chat with the locals.
There are regular drag shows. Upstairs you’ll find two bars and also a large video bar downstairs. The drinks are quite pricey here so you may want to go at happy hour – usually begins at 5pm but varies over the week.
Bourbon hosts karaoke events, retro pop dance parties, regular drag shows and show tune sing-alongs. On show tunes, night drink specials include The Barbra, The Judy and The Liza.
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Long-running New Orleans gay bar, located in the French Quarter amongst the city’s gay nightlife. The Corner Pocket’s main attraction is the scantily-clad men who spend their nights dancing on the bar.
Additionally, TV sports are shown throughout the venue. Look out for the bar’s special event nights, including weekly bingo.
834 N Rampart St, New Orleans
weekday: 11:00 - 02:00
weekend: 11:00 - 03:00
Gay bar in New Orleans, located across from Armstrong Park. Loved by locals and tourists, GrandPre’s is known for its laid-back atmosphere and affordable drinks.
Inside, you’ll find comfy seating and a full bar serving classic cocktails and other drinks. The bar hosts various live acts, drag shows, and “Boylesque” night on the 4th Friday of the month.
Gay bar for the leather & jeans crowd in New Orleans. Phoenix has pool tables, daily happy hours, drink specials and bingo nights.
Popular gay bar on Bourbon Streeet and one of the oldest gay bars in the US. This 24/7 tavern has been serving the city’s LGBT+ community since 1953, making it a staple in the New Orleans gay scene.
Cafe Lafitte in Exile has daily happy hour drink deals and hosts various special events including dance parties, karaoke, and bottomless brunch.
542 N Rampart St, New Orleans
weekday: 17:00 - 03:00
weekend: 15:00 - 03:00
Laid-back gay bar in The French Quarter in New Orleans. The Page welcomes a diverse crowd and serves late-night drinks with daily happy hours.
Locals favour The Page for its friendly service, tasty crafted cocktails and good music.
Laid-back gay bar in New Orleans with Victorian-styled interiors. Good Friends hosts various weekly events including karaoke.
Located in The French Quarter, near the other gay bars.
740 Burgundy St, New Orleans
weekday: 01:00 - 05:00 / 12:00 - 00:00
weekend: 12:00 - 00:00 / 05:00
Popular gay bar in the bustling French Quarter. This down-to-earth bar welcomes everyone but is particularly popular with leather and bear crowd.
Rawhide 2010 has regular happy hours, pool tables, TV’s playing adult videos and regular shows.
A decadent New Orleans gay bar, Golden Lantern, has been serving the city’s LGBT+ community since 1964.
The bar hosts regular special events, live music and drag shows.
700 Burgundy St, New Orleans | map
Trendy gay bar in New Orleans’ lively French Quarter. 700 Club has TV-lined walls, pool tables and serves tempting drink specials and tasty bar food.
Open 7 days week.
706 Franklin Ave, New Orleans
weekday: 15:00 - 02:00
weekend: 12:00 - 02:00
Cutter’s is an eclectic gay bar in New Orleans that serves tasty cocktails and traditional New Orleans cuisine.
The bar also hosts weekly themed events such as trivia nights and has happy hour specials.
One Eyed Jacks is a classic New Orleans establishment. It hosts regular live bands, burlesque performers, comedy and drag shows. It’s the kind of bar where you might see an indie band one night and a Madonna tribute act the next. Among the cocktails, a camp speciality is called the Helen Fucking Mirren (she is known to swear when she isn’t pretending to be the queen).
It’s located in the French Quarter. Some of the shows can be very popular and may require advanced booking.
Casual gay bar in French Quarter, amongst the bustling gay nightlife. Double Play has a welcoming atmosphere, friendly bar staff, and pool tables.
Drag shows are hosted on a regular basis, drawing in eclectic crowds from the city’s LGBT+ scene and beyond.
2240 St Claude Ave, New Orleans
The AllWays Lounge is an LGBT-popular nightclub in New Orleans, showcasing live performances, cabaret, comedy, etc.
The venue has comfy seating and an eclectically decorated interior. If you’re looking to catch a play, or a unique burlesque show, then this is the place for you.
Live music acts are featured here on a regular basis.
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