I stopped in here to grab a drink because of its notoriety. The service at the bar was not the best but it is a busy place. The voodoo daiquiri was okay, not a lot of alcohol but it was refreshing.
About Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
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This is a really fun place to go and have a stein of grog, It is an authentic pirate bar steep in history and also makes the only decent Hurricane in New Orleans. It is not the overly sugary hangover bomb like they serve at...More
This is my favorite bar in New Orleans. It is over half way down Bourbon street in the more residential area. It is dark and small but that is what makes the atmosphere great.
At the end of Bourbon St. is a little bar call Lafittes Blacksmith Shop! For those of you who don't know, it is the oldest running bar in the United States! That is a fact! Great place to have drinks before making your way into...More
Step off of Bourbon St. and go back in time. This bar has little light and lots of atmosphere. It is romantic, historic and the perfect spot for a romantic evening. Mellow piano plays in the background. You can spend an hour just gazing at...More
Super cool and dark old building with fine drinks and a piano bar. We sat inside one night and outside the next every night till we left. Great vib. Great drinks. Good tunes. Massive history in this building. You feel it when you're there.
We went there late, for a final drink at the end of the night. And it was wonderful!!! The only light appears to come from the small candles on the tables, so the place gets quite dark and so romantic! The bar is located in...More
and an ok drink. She said their hurricanes are made with real juices, not punch so we gave them a try. It was ok, but nothing special. The horrible music made staying impossible, but in true Bourbon St fashion the drink was in a to...More