Last stop of the night with the exception of a hot dog stand on the way back to the trolley. I liked this place quite a bit actually. Outside they’ve got a patio area and the ground is paved with cobblestone. There are some murals on the walls and you look up into the clouds. The whole courtyard area reminded me of some places in France that I visited long ago. Inside the place is split into two rooms. One is smaller and where most of the beers are kept. They have half a dozen taps of some decent beers but they have a lot more good bottles to pick from. I opted to scroll past the taps and get some Chimay Blue in my plastic cup. On tap they had Sweet Water, Abita, and NOLA, but also Shiner Bock and Blue Moon.
The next room over is much larger and also has a bar in the back corner, though with less bottles but different taps (they had some Stone taps). They also had a band playing which was a nice change. They were doing some blues but mostly classic rock. They were half way through their set at this point but it was fun to sit down and listen to some live music with my plastic cup of quad. Prices were a bit high but I think this was the best stop of the evening.
AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20
far from a beer bar. Live music venue with two bars. Front bar has 4 or so taps (Abita, macro etc) some bottles of abita, sierra pale, bayou teche. hidden back bar has a huge bottle selection of local micros, Stone, Ommegang, Saison Dupont, Germans. Best bottle selection in the quarter that I’ve seen. Music was amazing, great ambiance & no cover