I stumbled upon this place last night. And really loved the bartender. The drinks were cheap and delicious. It’s a great dive bar. And they have tv screens for the game. Or to watch Dolly Parton like we did last night lol. Definitely stop by and give this place a try. It’s a great hidden gem.
I had so much fun here. This is my favorite bar to come to in New Orleans and hang out with like-minded individuals. Staff is very friendly drinks or not week and people that go there seem to be friendly and willing to befriend you. Words can't describe how much fun it is. " Wink"
Drinks aren’t cheap and the facilities aren’t amazing. Still, it’s the best gay bar on Bourbon St. go before they start charging cover and enjoy the Gogo boys on the bar. Once the cover starts (and especially for the drag show) it’s not worth it.
Fantastic place, even though some customers tried to to get me to dance on the bar tonight lol, really enjoyed it and the bar staff (dint know their names but only 2 on tonight and 1 had lots tattoos) were amazing. Thank you so much xx Shame we have to go back to UK tomorrow xx
Fun, fun, fun!! Saw the burlesque show ... something Bayou and had a blast. The musicians ( bass viol and guitar) played a mix of blues/jazz with a great patter, the gals (strippers) designed their show: choreography, costumes and space, and oh my were they cute and sexy, even the “bouncer” contributed to this fun-charged revue. Off-beat vibe club with a small, intimate feel made this a must do in New Orleans.
This venue has no thematic agenda. Events here are eclectic and spirited with the folks who run them. The space is always clean and forgiving. The drinks are fast and well-priced, served by friendly staff. If you got here, it was probably for a thing, and it's a good space for a thing.
Give it 5 stars, but real rating is 4.5. Fabulous Burlesque Bingo with the great Lefty Lucy. What she does is not easy folks...Good crowd, hard working bartender, and no cover? What more do you want....Great time. Will return, and often...
Discovering 700 club and the awesome food was a big highlight on this trip. The Mac and cheese bites are delicious and addictive but the cauliflower sandwich was the real winner. It was saucy, slightly spicy and increasingly good. I didn’t like the wings but my friend did.
Talk about a place that makes you feel at home! We went here twice in 48 hours just for more of the affirming, unpretentious awesomeness that is this bar. Go here. You’ll feel welcome, you’ll have a great time, you absolutely won’t miss the hustle and bustle of bourbon.Oh and lest I forget the food at the bistro inside. Omg. The piggyback fries. The fried catfish. The everything.
700 Club was wonderful. The bartender was friendly, patient and explained their entire happy hour deals. The bartender gave us froze` samples. The froze` was PHENOMENAL. My friends ordered two glasses of it. It was a tid much for a frozen drink of that size, but still delicious. I ordered a well-brand margarita, but the drink tasted pretty bland. For food, I ordered the pizza mac & cheese skillet which was phenomenal!!! I do recommend 700 Club and will return.
The best hidden gem we discovered during our week in New Orleans! The decor is absolutely amazing, the service was by far the best we had all week, and the food was the freshest and tastiest we had any restaurant in the city. We had the privilege of attending the Drag Brunch as well as a normal dinner and if you get a chance, make the reservation 6 months out it's totally worth it!!!!
Visiting from Atlanta and came for brunch. Read reviews about a drag show that we did not see. The game was on so music only played during commercials but the vibe was very energetic. Had a great rum punch and the crab cakes were amazing!! Service was pretty good but nothing to write home about. Chicken and waffles left something to be desired. Fries green tomatoes were pretty good as well. The sauce that came with them was really good!
I would give 0 if I could. Everything looks nice, but it is a complete facade. Rude staff and bad food made this a terrible experience.My partner and I were attending a private post-wedding party here at the club. The hostess was kind and did what she could, but she doesn't make the food. The food was decorated pretty, but tasted bland at best, and actually terrible tasting for the most part. I had the BEAT and the bread was stale and egg was cold. The strawberry shortcake bready-biscuit tasted terrible.Now the biggest disappointment was that we came for a spa day after a wedding. They did not tell us in advance that we needed to provide photo ID for the pool -- despite the fact that they didn't card for drinks. We are international travellers who have no other photo ID than our passports. Surrendering passports is a huge security issue. We cannot do this -- our passports are locked in the safe at the hotel for our security and prevention of identity theft. We offered alternative IDs and even phones for collateral, and they would not accept.Now, this would have been less of a problem had it been handled kindly. One of the staff was kind enough to escort us to the pool so we could find the groom and tell him we weren't able to join the party.Jon, who appears to be maybe manager?, was incredibly rude to us as we were attempting to summon the groom with our staff escort. He told us we couldn't be back there and started forcing us to leave as we attempted to explain that we had escort, we were trying to communicate to our party that we were leaving, and we were asking questions to understand why ID was needed to see if we could offer alternatives. Instead of being kind, or even expressing any sort of empathy (which the other staff member was kind enough to do), he just continued to berate and demand that we leave the premises.All in all, I would never return. There are no redeeming qualities -- the pool area was not clean, the food terrible, staff was rude. I feel so bad for the few kind people that do work there and hope they can find work elsewhere soon.
Super chic brunch spot with yummy food. This place is perfect for a bachelorette weekend brunch. They have bottomless mimosas with a purchase of an entree which doesn’t get better than that. The service was magnificent as well. I am so glad i was able to brunch here.
Stunning food and wonderful decor. Sit in the rooms decorated with classic oils right on the walls or in the bar with a more futuristic mashup of classic portraiture and neon collage. Service is attentive and kind, but they are super busy on holidays so expect a bustling experience. In a higher dollar bracket for the food but its reflected in the quality of the plate. Wonderful flavors and presentation and an all around recommended dining experience.
My Brother and his boyfriend once owned the Phoenix, so hubby and I popped in to take a look inside. Yep, its a corner bar! It sits on the out skirts of the night scene which I thought was cool. Either it's a hike walking back to Burbon St or we were just lost as heck. It was worth it!!
Here is the odd case where a trashy bar can be a classic. This bar has a very inclusive vibe and the bartender is a sweetie. The drinks are in plastic cups and are cheap way cheap. The decor is fun to peruse. This is a great place to hang out and mingle. If you are going to the Quarter is is one of the bars worth a visit. Check your liver at home ...
WOW can you say cheap drinks! $4 margaritas known to knock over grown men. That's my drink. Line em up! This place has the funnest crew - and all the patrons are super nice as well. It's kind of in a neighborhood and so relatively quiet and not super easy to find only cos it's off the beaten path. But I do love this place and if I'm in the neighborhood again I'll be sure to come here. Its super divey and most people just sit at the bar itself. There are some smaller tables around and they do give you drinks to go too. Three cheers for the bartenders there!