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The French Quarter’s Black Penny is like a dungeon, but one filled with a ton of beer. Housed in a building from 1831, the space is generally dark apart from the marshmallow white leather banquettes that line the exposed brick walls. Skulk through the stone arches to the dark wood bar, and prepare for instantaneous thirst when you see the rows and rows of canned craft beers on shelves above. Helmed by the owner of Bar Tonique and former manager of Erin Rose, Black Penny features over 90 regional, American, and imported craft beers.

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The French Quarter’s Black Penny is like a dungeon, but one filled with a ton of beer. Housed in a building from 1831, the space is generally dark apart from the marshmallow white leather banquettes that line the exposed brick walls. Skulk through the stone arches to the dark wood bar, and prepare for instantaneous thirst when you see the rows and rows of canned craft beers on shelves above. Helmed by the owner of Bar Tonique and former manager of Erin Rose, Black Penny features over 90 regional, American, and imported craft beers.