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Five Local Bars That Are Now Open as Restaurants

11:00 August 25, 2020
By: Caroline Hebert

Missing your favorite bar and really just wanting to go out somewhere for a drink? Well, if you're okay with going out for a drink and a bite, you're in luck. Although the bar scene that New Orleanians love remains restricted, there are still bars in New Orleans open as restaurants and, weather permitting, ready to host your much-needed fun. Browse through the five bars listed below to find the perfect spot for you.

Wrong Iron on the Greenway

Wrong Iron beer garden offers a long list of different drinks to cure your summer-heat-induced thirst. By purchasing food and remaining socially distant while at Wrong Iron, your visit here can't go wrong. 3532 Toulouse St.,


Cure cocktail bar offers award-winning crafted cocktails to make your evening out fabulous and fun (with a reservation). Along with a cocktail, your party can enjoy delectable snacks, such as a charcuterie board, smoked trout dip, or pimento cheese. 4905 Freret St.,

The Bulldog

The Bulldog bar offers over 60 craft beers to make your summer nights cool and relaxed. With the perfect outdoor patio, you and your party, while being socially distant, can still enjoy the best part of New Orleans: its beloved nightlife. 5135 Canal Blvd. and 3236 Magazine St.,

Cooter Brown's

When you head out to Cooter Brown's, your night will be filled with a number of fun options. This adored New Orleans bar offers fresh raw oysters to satisfy your seafood cravings, and with over 80 beers on tap, you're destined to have a good time. 509 S. Carrollton Ave.,

Bouligny Tavern

Bouligny Tavern is welcoming back customers with open arms and offers indoor and outdoor seating. However, in order to have fun here, "you gotta eat," the website reads. With a menu filled with the perfect bar snacks and small plates, it's unlikely that anyone will be complaining about having to order food. 3641 Magazine St.,

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