New Orleans Restaurant Guide
Browsing: Live Music Restaurants
Live music isn't hard to find in New Orleans. From blues to jazz to rock and roll, you can catch live performances on any night of the week. If you want to hear authentic jazz music, then you've come to the right place. New Orleans is known as the birthplace of jazz, and it's around every corner.
So put on your dancing shoes. We've put together a list of the best places to catch live music in the city. Pick one of these spots and settle in for a night of entertainment, or keep the party rolling by trying them all. Either way, you'll be happy with these selections.
The Riverboat City of New Orleans, the sister vessel to the Steamboat NATCHEZ, is the newest floating palace on Old Man River. Like New Orleans riverboats of old, the cuisine is magnificent. Tours include Mardi Gras Jazz Brunch Cruises and Jazz Dinner Cruises with live Dixieland bands, and combo tours with visits to Mardi Gras World where you’ll get a free piece of king cake.
Located in JAX Brewery in the world-famous Vieux Carré, Landry’s Seafood House offers Gulf-to-table seafood with sweeping views of the Mississippi River and Jackson Square. For an authentic, one-of-a-kind New Orleans experience, drop anchor at Landry’s.
The Crescent City Brewhouse serves amazing beer and great food. It is the only microbrewery in the French Quarter, and you'll enjoy sampling their portfolio in the warm, relaxed atmosphere. Immerse yourself in live, local culture with jazz performed nightly by New Orleans musicians.
Eat, drink and golf at Loft18, the premier indoor golf and social club in the New Orleans area. In between swings, kick back in the bar or grab a bite in the Loft18 restaurant. Choose from menu items, both innovative and classic, designed by Chef Jaclyn Whitman.
Since 1840, Antoine's has been noted for its excellent French-Creole cuisine and numerous historical dining rooms. Antoine's has long been a tradition for both locals and visitors to New Orleans. An unmatched dining experience in the heart of the French Quarter.