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Discovering New Orleans nightlife: from jazz, dance, cocktails to ghost tour

Ashley Lideau

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NEW ORLEANS, LA — When the sun goes down and the stars come out, New Orleans offers a wide selection of bars, dance clubs and pubs that are open until dawn. Indeed, New Orleans likes to stay up late. This city is the birthplace of jazz and cocktails, where jazz was not only born here but also grew up here with the community. You can enjoy the beautiful rhythm of jazz music with your loved one while dancing to songs in the local language.

One of the must-visit spots in New Orleans at night is Bourbon Street. You will be presented with bright neon lights that shine along this street while enjoying live music, arcade games or even cult classic movies that will provide unexpected new experiences.

Frenchmen Street is best known for the three-block section in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood which is home to some of the city's popular live-music venues including Favela Chic, Vaso, Apple Barrel, Cafe Negril, Blue Nile, Snug Harbor, the Spotted Cat and the Maison, in addition to restaurants, bars, a record store and book shops. From DJ-powered parties along the St. Claude corridor to Latin night pop-ups or Tango, on Frenchmen Street, there's always a club where your stuff can strut in New Orleans.

At night let the drinks, dice and good times roll at Harrah's New Orleans Hotel and Casino. Located in the heart of downtown New Orleans, Harrah's is a great place to start the night. Begin with dinner at the highly acclaimed, The Steakhouse. Here, you and your crew can feast at the Chef's Table for a dinner personally prepared by the restaurant's Executive Chef.

Not only that, for those of you who like Ghost Tour, try exploring New Orleans's supposedly haunted history by joining one of the many guided tours around the French Quarter. You can take your pick between ghost tours, vampire tours and even haunted pub crawls where you'll be treated to a delightful mix of both fact and fiction. Will you dare?

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