This is the place to go for music. We started at Preservation Hall in the Quarter for original jazz at the 8 pm show then got Uber to Frenchman street. Hit art markets then 5-6 jazz clubs. Jazz clubs to watch out for are Blue...More
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A short walk from the French quarter, this street features numerous restaurants/bars that feature live jazz and creole music. Most of the bars require a purchase/person/set. The music was excellent.
Despite this not being as sleasy as Bourbon street, this wasnt a place I would revisit. Dirty streets with some interesting bars but not my scene.
I was a bit disappointed with Frenchmen Street. Glad I saw it and experienced some music, but I wouldn't go back. Not a drinker, so besides bars, there are a few shops and places to eat.
Great area! Had a blast going in and out of small establishments listening to some great talented & local musicians. It was crowded, but not like Bourbon Street - more of a local flair.
A good alternative to Bourbon Street, especially now Bourbon is completely overrun with high fences and construction noise as they put new drainage pipes in. Frenchman is a little more subdued but definitely the street to be on for jazz music and some good restaurants....More
Frenchman made us say "Bourbon, WHO?". Draws a more refined crowd, still looking for a good time. We will be back!
If you're looking for a great night with awesome live music and free-flowing drinks, head to Frenchmen and avoid Bourbon at all costs.
Tour the market in the shade and just take in all the stuff there. Many good places to eat also surround the market.