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Beth says, Don't leave New Orleans without eating a barbecued shrimp po'boy at Liuzza's at the Track. Calling New Orleans gay-friendly is like saying red beans and rice is a good idea for Monday supper. The city has long been a landing spot for people of all stripes and polka dots — the artistic, expressive and the type that dances to their own drummer. Although Decadence, aka gay Mardi Gras is ground zero for off-the-charts partying, there are gay and inclusive bars and clubs that cater to the queer set year-round.
Cis-genders welcome too. If it's leather lords you seek, The Phoenix on Elysian Fields is the premier destination for the gay, bear, pup and leather communities. Unpretentious with unbeatable prices, Lafitte's is a low-key favorite among New Orleans locals. One of the oldest gay bars in the country and once frequented by Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote, this unassuming spot remains a welcoming neighborhood hangout home to friendly bartenders, a wonderfully mixed clientele, some of the best drink prices in the city and great dance music.
There's been a scene here since - if only these walls could talk. Recommended for Gay Clubs because : There's always something going on at Lafitte's, from karaoke on Wednesdays to a balcony for people-watching upstairs. Beth's expert tip : A hour weekday happy hour makes having fun in the Big Easy incredibly easy on your wallet. One of the most popular gay clubs New Orleans has to offer, Oz is a French Quarter frenzy of bar-top go-go boys, high-energy music and a laser show that adds to the electrifying atmosphere.
Repeatedly named NOLA's best dance club by "Gambit" and one of the top 50 clubs in the country by "Details," Oz features a balcony overlooking Bourbon Street and is open hours-a-day on weekends, allowing club-goers to dance until dawn. The place can get rowdy in the wee hours, but bartenders are tougher than they look and generally keep the peace no problem. Drink prices are rock bottom. Recommended for Gay Clubs because : Oz is a favorite spot for drag shows, dancing and cheap potent cocktails. Beth's expert tip : Expect a younger crowd on the dance floor, especially on the weekends.
Napoleon's Itch is a dance club and gay bar located on the far end of Bourbon Street if coming from Canal. The theme of the club is based off the premise that when visitors come into the city, they are often looking to satisfy their "itch," or concealed yearning. Whether that's the case or not, a good time can be had by all here, as the crowd is often just as diverse as any on the Bourbon strip. The venue is cash only, so make sure you're prepared if you plan to sample some of the best Mojitos and Martinis in the French Quarter. There is an ATM onsite, and while on the topic of preparedness, be ready to dance.
Recommended for Gay Clubs because : Always a great time, this friendly spot is worth a dip in, but remember it's cash only. Beth's expert tip : The drink menu is stellar here and includes one of the best Mojitos in town. Bourbon Pub and Parade is located in the cluster of gay bars on Bourbon.
The venue is known for its male go-go dancers prancing around the bars, regular karaoke and spacious balcony for people-watching. There is usually a mixed bag of queer patrons, from gay men to lesbians and straight friends and couples too. There usually is a cover, but the bar makes up for it by having a friendly staff that does their best to make each and every patron feel welcome. The upstairs Parade club with its wrap-around balcony is and-over 21 to drinkand it's open seven days a week. Beth's expert tip : Bourbon Pub is the definitive New Orleans gay nightclub, period.
Phoenix Bar is an interesting anything-goes establishment catering to the leather and bear community. Known for being grungy, edgy and pretty much out there, there's an infamous sex swing in the backthis is a popular neighborhood hang-out. Phoenix sets the mood with dim lighting and bars on two levels.
This isn't the type of place where girls can go and dance and mingle with the gay crowd. This is where the gay crowd goes to hang out with the gay crowd. Unlike other alternative spots in New Orleans, this place never charges a cover, and has plenty of street parking available if you plan to come from outside the area.
There are special parties for a fee during Decadence. Recommended for Gay Clubs because : If it's the lords of leather scene you are seeking, seek no more. Beth's expert tip : Lesbians and women in general aren't part of the scene at the Phoenix.
Cutter's is a sweet quirky neighborhood hole-in-the-wall with a welcoming clientele mix of gay, straight and everyone in between. Tuesday is usually trivia night, organized by sometime bartender Marc Paradis. Bartender "Mama" Craig knows everybody by name and is known for his sass and strong drinks. Start here, or a few doors up at Big Daddy's, to find a cast of oddball regulars. Both bars, on the dividing line between the Marigny and the Bywater, are places friends gay, straight or whatever, meet to relax and get out of the tourist fray. Recommended for Gay Clubs because : Cutter's is a neighborhood bar with patrons gay, straight and everything in between.
Tubby's has been a New Orleans staple for years, set on the quiet end of the vibrant French Quarter. As for the bar itself, they host endless events such as trivia, line dancing lessons and bingo with host Sister Mary Isawhore. There are happy hours daily, and Bloody Marys are a specialty, often ordered to go. Drag shows are also a hit here, with glamour gals taking the stage in all manner of festive getups. Recommended for Gay Clubs because : Golden Lantern is ground zero for Decadence, but popular year-round.
Beth's expert tip : If you're traveling with Fido, this is the bar to come to; all dogs are welcome. The Corner Pocket has been called an institution by some. These dancers tend to keep things more to the "R" side as opposed to "PG," so if you're looking for a show, this is where to head. No VIP or private rooms here so be prepared for the shenanigans to happen out in the open.
Have your dollars ready and be prepared to have an unworldly experience at The Corner Pocket, located in the French Quarter, just a few short blocks from Bourbon. Recommended for Gay Clubs because : The Corner Pocket is a lively spot with eye-candy dancers and lots of R-rated fun.
Beth's expert tip : Check the schedule in advance if you want to catch - or avoid - wet underwear contests. Although it's just a stone's throw from the raucous club scene on Bourbon, Good Friends is a calmer, cozier respite from the fray. Relax at the lovely mahogany bar or head upstairs to the Victorian-vibed pub space, complete with piano music on Saturdays, a pool table and a lovely wrap-around balcony offering views of the French Quarter.
There's something going on every night, from karaoke to wheel of fortune and trivia, and the crowd is always friendly. Expect a slightly older crowd of gay men and lesbians, but really everyone is welcome at this cozy neighborhood bar and lounge. Beth's expert tip : Try the frozen Separator cocktail, the ature refreshing libation at the Good Friends Bar.
The Country Club may just be the best kept year-old secret in New Orleans. Located in a stunning circa Italianate manse in Bywater, the restaurant bar has it roots as a gay staycation spot, and still attracts a strong LGBTQ crowd to the gorgeous salt water pool out back. But it's a mixed crowd that frequents the excellent restaurant up front as well as the freewheeling pool scene. Eat up front in the lovely art-filled dining rooms, with chef Chris Barbato in the kitchen last of Commander's Palaceor have nibbles poolside. Guests can pay a day rate to swim and lounge or pay an annual membership for unlimited privileges.
This place feels like being on vacation. What's not to love about that? Recommended for Gay Clubs because : The Country Club is a fun place to gather with all flavor of friends for pool time or drinks at the bar. Beth's expert tip : Drag brunch on Saturdays is a hoot, with the crowd usually dominated by gaggles of lively bachelorette parties. Beth D'Addono is a food and travel writer obsessed with flavor, exploring cultures, street music and the city of New Orleans.
Beth writes about New Orleans and other destinations for outlets More About Beth. Follow 10Best Like 10Best. Photo courtesy of Tony Webster. Photo courtesy of John M. Napoleon's Itch. Photo courtesy of Napoleon's Itch. Bourbon Pub and Parade. Photo courtesy of Bourbon Pub and Parade. Phoenix Bar. Photo courtesy of dyobmit.
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