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Home of the eccentric 'Big Easy' style known to the New Orleans arts community, The Howlin’ Wolf opened in the Warehouse District in 1988 and was named for Chester Burnett, a legendary bluesman. The Howlin’ wolf still carries on this unique New Orleans tradition serving creole food in it’s underground-style, blues-tastic space that makes you feel cool just by sitting at the bar in front of their extensive wall of beers on tap. They host stars like jazz king Harry Connick Jr. and the Foo Fighters.

The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans

The Howlin' Wolf

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Home of the eccentric 'Big Easy' style known to the New Orleans arts community, The Howlin’ Wolf opened in the Warehouse District in 1988 and was named for Chester Burnett, a legendary bluesman. The Howlin’ wolf still carries on this unique New Orleans tradition serving creole food in it’s underground-style, blues-tastic space that makes you feel cool just by sitting at the bar in front of their extensive wall of beers on tap. They host stars like jazz king Harry Connick Jr. and the Foo Fighters.