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1. Crescent City Brewhouse527 Decatur St, New Orleans
2. d.b.a.618 Frenchmen St, New Orleans
3. Abita Brew Pub & Grill72011 Holly St, Abita Springs
4. Cooter Brown's Tavern & Oyster Bar509 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans
5. The Bulldog Uptown3236 Magazine St, New Orleans
6. The Avenue Pub1732 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans
This place was the first brewpub in Louisiana, constructed in a historic two-story building in the French Quarter. The 17-barrel brewery turns out small batches of its four signature beers, and the food menu combines traditional local ingredients with modern tweaks.
This music club features performances by local and regional acts every night of the week, and all tickets are first come, first serve. When you're not nodding your head to some tunes, you can partake in the killer selection of wine, cocktails and draft beers that's available. Or you can do both at the same time, whatever.
This full-service restaurant is located in the building where Abita brewed and bottled its beers until 1994. With more than 15 different beers on tap, including seasonal varieties and guest beers, this is definitely a place for beer-lovers to congregate.
This bar and eatery has more than 400 varieties of domestic and imported bottled beers, as well as 60 different beers on tap. There are also 17 flat-screen TVs and two eight-foot drop-down screens, displaying many different sports packages via satellite.
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 in the Lower Garden District, this American craft beer pub is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The tap list is heavy on one-and-done offerings with enough rarities to keep the beer nerds at bay, while the bottle list is about as thick as a small-town phone book, offering up everything from Belgian farmhouses to all-American IPAs, all of which taste considerably better when paired with the famous bechamel and pork Dump Truck Fries.