New Orleans is , in every way, the city that most embraces that high-low bar life. Not just in Louisiana but in the whole United States. Some are worth your time, many others are not, but the street itself is something to experience.
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I heard that frenchmen street is more local than Bourbon street, so we visited there around 10 pm, it's not too crowded but still got plenty music to enjoy. We stopped by several bars, there are jazz, hiphop and different music style. Frenchmen Street is full of music venues, art and bookshops and spots to eat. It's a great place to explore during the day and magical at night. We took a carriage ride through the area and were enchanted by music coming out of every door and twinkling lights at an outdoor art market. Street parking is pretty impossible, so take another form of transportation. For someone that want to ear good music and jump from bar to bar this is the place. Good live music without young drunk people.
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