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Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour
"Join us for an exploration of the city’s storied watering holes such as Pat O’Brien’s the Carousel Bar Jean Lafitte Blacksmith Shop and others to discover where why and how legendary libations from the Sazerac to the Pims Cup were first concocted.Here you will uncover the city’s astonishing scandalous past and present. Learn about the oldest professions from Storyville to the Tango Belt from Norma Wallace’s last brothel to Blaze Starr’s Bourbon Street Burlesque. Next you will take a look into organized crime from Jean Lafitte’s piracy to the first home of the American Mafia. Learn about the New Orleans conspiracy connection to the John ""
From $25.00
 
Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour
"Join us for an exploration of the city’s storied watering holes such as Pat O’Brien’s the Carousel Bar Jean Lafitte Blacksmith Shop and others to discover where why and how legendary libations from the Sazerac to the Pims Cup were first concocted.Here you will uncover the city’s astonishing scandalous past and present. Learn about the oldest professions from Storyville to the Tango Belt from Norma Wallace’s last brothel to Blaze Starr’s Bourbon Street Burlesque. Next you will take a look into organized crime from Jean Lafitte’s piracy to the first home of the American Mafia. Learn about the New Orleans conspiracy connection to the John ""
From $25.00
 
Haunted French Quarter Tour
"Experience the French Quarter after dark through the enthralling storytelling of the city's most informed raconteurs. Based in fact all tales are accurately conveyed providing superb history lessons which transition into some of the most chilling narratives ever told.As frightening as it is enticing this tour visits the sites of some of the city's most legendary hauntings such as: The Ghost in Pirates Alley The Lalaurie Mansion The Witch of the French Opera
From $20.00

Pat O'Brien's Tips (2)

Pat Obrien's: Pat Obrien's Garden

Pat Obriens has been in the French Quarter since 1933. They are known for their hurricanes & someone is waiting at the door with a paper cup for what you haven't finished and a box and bag for your signature glass. They sell the hurricane mix, shirts, glasses and gifts. We enjoyed sitting in the garden but there were many rooms with music.

Favorite Dish We enjoyed our Hurricane, the music and the people watching

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apbeaches
Jun 19, 2015

Pat O'Briens: Charming Place.

When you walk in the place has low lighting but it also has a lighted fountain (2 actually). It can be a romantic place an night. The music, the lighting and the food make it all worthwhile.

The main area is actually a courtyard. There are 3 bars and a resturant part.

Favorite Dish We just had burgers and drinks. They were very good.

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Hermanater
Oct 22, 2011
 
 
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Getting to Pat O'Brien's

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718 St Peter St, New Orleans, LA 70116

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  • Sunday 10:00 to 02:00
  • Monday 12:00 to 02:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 to 02:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 to 02:00
  • Thursday 12:00 to 02:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 04:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 04:00

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