This stop was just so-so. It is a neat looking bar with a lot of character, but there are limited options. They only have three beers on tap, consisting of abita and blue moon. It is definitely a...
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There is a spot in the French Quarter that you won’t find on any tourist map. No hotel concierge recommendation brings people here. This place is on the corner of Chartres and Iberville - north of the river and just south of the Acme Oyster Bar next to a couple of disgusting looking strip joints - in a rather seedy side of the Quarter. But despite an entrance that without knowledge seems most uninviting, the Jimani provides a can’t-miss slice of the New Orleans drinking scene.
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Went here for the burgers we heard so much about. Eh. We ordered medium rare, it cam out well done. The place itself is a dive bar, good music, got a seat right away to people watch, but the food...
So this is a small dive bar, a group of us found while walking around. We figured it would be good because the menu had a little bit of everything and wasn't too pricey like many other places...
It's a late night, and your debauchery on Bourbon Street has left you with hunger pangs. You need food, but you aren't willing to settle for dry, plastic-looking pizza that's been left under a...
OWNED BY THE EXCELLENT JIMMY J'S: it's their raucous dive-bar alternative;14 BAR APPS! Almost all under $7; Best: shrimp, pepper & cream cheese poppers;DELIVERY BUT WEIRD 21 & 1/2 / 7 HOURS:...
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