Hotspots to Visit on Bourbon Street in New Orleans

There is a great tourist spot in New Orleans that you may have heard of called Bourbon Street, which is located in the middle of the French Quarter. If you are coming from the area near the Mississippi River, all you have to do is to go four blocks north, and if you are coming from Jackson Square, you should go two blocks. You will see a number of cable car stops and bus stops close to Bourbon Street.

Bourbon Street has a number of tiny bed and breakfasts, restaurants and bars, and shops around there. There are different sites that you can see on Bourbon Street, and here are a few we recommend.

7 Places to Visit on Bourbon Street

The Famous Door, 339 Bourbon St.

When you head to this place, there is a great chance that you will get to sing jazz standards with those around, and even dance to those American pop classics. You will hear their awesome house band for a perfect evening of live music.

Razzoo, 511 Bourbon St. 

Louisianians and tourists are equally known to fall in love with Razzoo, as it is a late-night dance club. It has been there for about two decades. If you want to party, you should consider going there. They have great hits playing, and you can dance all night long.

Fat Catz, 440 Bourbon St.

Want tasteful live music? You should consider trying out Fat Catz. It is not a bad idea to end your day there.

Music Legends Park, 311 Bourbon St.

You will see the most popular New Orleans musicians honored here. If you want to bask in New Orleans music history, you should consider frequenting Musical Legends Park.

Marie Laveau’s House of Voodoo, 739 Bourbon St.

When you hear about voodoo, what comes to mind? Is it curses and hexes? If that is all that comes to mind, there is a great chance that you are wrong. Visit Marie Laveau’s House of Voodoo to increase your knowledge about voodoo, a spiritual practice made famous in New Orleans. While you’re there, pick up a voodoo doll or two!

Galitoires, 209 Bourbon St.

If you want to eat great food, you should consider trying out Galitoires. When you dine there, there is a great chance that you will want to stay for seconds. They also have the best waiters that you may ever come across.

Clover Grill, 900 Bourbon St.

If you want tasty, greasy burgers as a late-night snack, you should consider trying out this joint. It is loved by those around and has a pretty swinging jukebox that we all love.

Where will you go when you visit Bourbon Street?