Mid-City
Nov 05 2015

Mid-City

By: Greg Roques

Mid-City

The Holy Ground offers a laid-back and friendly locale where you can shoot darts, meet up with friends for the big game, and always see a friendly face. It is as close as you can get to the perfect Irish Pub, and stays true to its name by offering a “pint good enough for Jehovah.” 3340 Canal St. · 821-6828

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Mid City Yacht Club is proud to repeatedly be ranked Mid-City’s best bar as well as the best bar in New Orleans. Built with wood salvaged from Hurricane Katrina’s damage, this is more than just a bar. Come on down and enjoy beer starting from $2 and some of the most delicious bar food you could imagine. 440 S St. Patrick St. · 483-2517 · midcityyachtclub.com

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Pal’s Lounge is a real hidden gem in Mid-City. It’s a friendly and down-to-earth bar full of lively local regulars who will make you feel like one of them by the time you leave. Come for Sunday Funday and try the Bacon Bloody Mary or Watermelon Mojito. 949 N Rendon St. · 488-7257  

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Shamrock Bar & Grill has pool tables, great live music and tons of room to enjoy the live bands that play there every Saturday. Schedule your next party here, or come solo and enjoy one of their great burgers while watching the pro wrestling matches that take place every so often. 4133 S Carrollton Ave.  · 307-4350 · shamrockparty.com

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Wit’s Inn offers an upscale alternative to your average pizza and sports bar. Located in the heart of Mid-City, their gourmet pizzas are well worth the streetcar ride. Catch their Happy Hour weeknights until 7 pm, or make this your new favorite weekend brunch spot. 141 N Carrollton Ave. · 486-1600 · witsinn.com

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