Uptown
Nov 05 2015

Uptown

By: Greg Roques

Uptown

Bruno’s is a great sports bar that’s a favorite of uptowners.  Bruno’s is a super place to catch the LSU or Saints game, play bar games like darts or pool and eat some of the best cheese fries in the city.  Thursday nights mean $3 imports and specialty beers. 7538 Maple St. · 861-7615 · brunostavern.com

Uptown

The Columns Hotel has all you need for your classy night out on the town. With beautiful outdoor seating right on St. Charles Avenue and a romantic mahogany lounge, it’s not hard to find elegance here. Try a classic Sazerac while listening to live music and looking out on one of New Orleans’ most beautiful avenues. 3811 St. Charles Ave. · 899-9308

Uptown

Le Bon Temps Roule is where your favorite neighborhood bar and local music venue meet for a guaranteed good time. With a friendly welcoming staff—not to mention free oysters on Fridays--you’ll feel right at home here.  Le Bon Temps is a great place to meet up for pool and to watch the big game.  4801 Magazine St. ­· 895-8117

Uptown

St. Joe’s Bar brings something different to Uptown with its bohemian decor and location across from Whole Foods. With red lanterns, crosses and religious paintings, this bar will have you feeling less guilty about skipping church tomorrow after having one too many of their famous blueberry mojitos. 5535 Magazine St. · 899-3744

Uptown

Tchoupitoulas Beer Garden makes you feel like you’re at Oktoberfest year-round, and you can’t do Oktoberfest without a 22-oz stein of beer and traditional cuisine like pretzels, brats and sauerkraut. Before you know it, you’ll be up and dancing like you are at a street festival in Munich. 840 Tchoupitoulas St · tbgnola.com

Uptown

Tracey’s is proud to say it is the original Irish Channel bar and the best place to go to enjoy beer, sports and food in a low-key setting. Thursday thru Sunday means fantastic local raw oysters.  Make sure you stop by for Happy Hour weekdays from 4 to 7 pm, and order a roast beef po-boy while you’re at it. 2604 Magazine St. · 897-5413 · traceysnola.com

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