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Explore Frenchmen Street in New Orleans

Frenchmen Street has the best selection of music clubs on one street. Ever wonder where the locals go for their funk, jazz and blues? The answer is Frenchmen Street. This buzzing nabe is home to nightclubs, restaurants and retailers, from tattoo artists like Electric Ladyland to indie booksellers, Faubourg Marigny Art & Books. It's the street that never sleeps, with bands playing nearly 24/7, and lots and lots of choices, so strap on your club-hopping shoes and get ready to dance. You'll also want to check out the Frenchmen Art Market, one of the most photogenic spots in New Orleans. Featuring authentic art, jewelry and crafts created by local and regional artists. Le Pavillon Hotel close to Frenchmen Street, is the perfect place to rest up before or after a night on the town.


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  • Gregory Agid Quartet at The Maison
  • Waterseed at Vaso
  • Another Day in Paradise at Cafe Negril


  • Jazz clubs
  • Dining
  • Live music
  • Shopping
  • Dancing


  • How do I know which bands are playing?

    Frenchmen Street Live website provides the latest line-up of bands at several different neighborhood clubs. Check out their Events Calendar.
  • Where can I get a bite to eat?

    Many of Frenchmen Street's restaurants also host live bands, so you might get some music with your food. Excellent choices include The Marigny Brasserie with its mouthwatering Creole cuisine at 640 Frenchmen St. Try the "Tachos" of 13 Monaghan at 517 Frenchmen St., which also serves pita pizzas, salads and sandwiches. For something quick, the Frenchmen Deli & Grocery at 602 Frenchmen St. has po'boys, snacks, beer and more.

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