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1. Juan's Flying Burrito2018 Magazine St, New Orleans
2. Half Moon Bar & Grill1125 Saint Mary St, New Orleans
3. The Saint Bar & Lounge961 Saint Mary St, New Orleans
4. The Rendezvous Tavern3101 Magazine Street, New Orleans
5. The Balcony Bar & Cafe3201 Magazine Street, New Orleans
6. The Bulldog Uptown3236 Magazine St, New Orleans
7. Bouligny Tavern3641 Magazine St, New Orleans
8. The Club Ms Mae's4336 Magazine St, New Orleans
Juan's Flying Burrito serves up Tex-Mex fare with a Creole twist, and there's plenty of Mexican and domestic beer available. If tequila's more your speed, have no fear: it's got more than 15 different varieties available, as well as a selection of top-shelf margaritas.
Half Moon's a NOLA pub with a killer food menu and beer selection, and the outside courtyard features some crazy colorful murals for you to admire while you chow/chug.
This place has a metal bar, cheap drinks and walls that are strewn with stickers, signs and Christmas lights. There's also live music at times, as well as free karaoke and a sweet jukebox.
Just as its name suggests, this old-style tavern is perfect for a rendezvous with friends. Built for beer, billiards, and general imbibers alike, the Rendezvous Tavern is a favorite sports bar among the locals as well as a place for tourists to get a taste of some local flavor.
The Balcony Bar is a late night haven for pizza, calzones, burgers, and wraps. If you over-indulged on spirits at their full bar, they have delivery as well. And oh yeah, there's a balcony that overlooks the iconic Magazine Street where you can undoubtedly watch the bar scene debauchery.
Bulldog is a low-key tavern on the corner of Magazine and Pleasant with a vast beer selection and a popular, dog-friendly patio (hence the name). The neighborhood watering hole boasts 48 mostly craft and local beers on draft and more than 100 bottled, plus a pub menu of burgers, seafood, and signature dishes like crawfish banditos and Tex-Mex eggrolls. It's the ideal lineup for the fans who pack the place during football season thanks to Bulldog's many flat-screens. But, if you're not crazy about sports, the twinkle-lit, brick-walled patio is worth a visit, offering a gorgeous and relaxing spot to people-watch on one of the most popular thoroughfares in the city.
Located right outside the Garden District, this cozy eatery's all about family style serving up delectable small plates like duck confit, steamed clams, and tempura green beans to share and wash down with classic cocktails with cool names like the Upside Down Apple.
Ms. Mae's, on the corner of Magazine and Napoleon, is a New Orleans institution -- and not because it's open 24 hours or is one of the cheapest bars in town. Well, that might have something to do with it. Inside, you’ll find pool, air hockey, and foosball. You’ll find very cheap drinks served in plastic cups. You’ll find big groups and singles, older folks drinking during the day and college students at night. And you might even find that rare, bold, endangered animal attempting the Ms. Mae’s 24 challenge: finishing one drink per hour every hour for a full day.