Cute little place - apparently the best place to go for beer in the French Quarter. Mid-day on a Tuesday was pretty empty, but the server was super nice. 100 beers on tap, I think, including a lot of locals. Prices were high, but I guess that is to be expected in that area?
Old and stinky and loud, but easily the best selection of craft beer on Bourbon Street, and itís not even close. An out-of-towner will probably find around 15-ish new ticks at this place. Beers are served in plastic cups as they are everywhere on Bourbon Street, and prices were $7-$8 a pint. You can get drunk for way cheaper at other places, obviously, but you wonít find a better selection of craft beer anywhere in the French Quarter.
There are two or three of these places on Bourbon Street and has more variety than any other place in the French Quarter. The beers were expensive but as previously mentioned,no other place in the French Quarter (and most of New Orleans in general) had these kind of beers. Beers are served in a plastic cup but the laws in this town are set up to where you can drink on the street. I used that to my advantage by popping open the first beer of the evening with the pick six I bought at Whole Foods and used the plastic cup from the hotel while walking to Bourbon Street. Anyway, the atmosphere in this place is about below average (lots of open areas where they could have tables) and the place was basically dirty (much like Bourbon Street) but good beer.
Itís a little hole in the wall type place, dive bar if you will, but they have 100 different beers on tap and in bottles. Lots of local choices which is nice. Prices are a little high but to be expected when on Bourbon Street. The bartender was knowledgeable about the local stuff and service was good. I would go back.
A dark whole in the wall on Bourbon Street playing retro music. Decent selection of beer on tap, however some of the selections on their sign they donít have. The bar tender knows his beer and they have a great selection of local beer, some international beer and other US Craft Beer.
Why does this place get such low ratings? Yes, the prices are high and yes it was relatively empty considering just how busy the rest of Bourbon St was but they have a ton of taps and most of them are dedicated to local beers. I saw Lazy Magnolia, Bayou Teche, NOLA, Abita, Covington, Crooked Letter, Parish, and Tin Roof all on tap. Those breweries made up probably two thirds of the list. Most of the rest were respectable brewers like St Arnoldís, Sierra Nevada, New Belgium, and Anchor. This being my first night in town made it easy to find some locals that I handít tried. Admittedly the beer made in this state isnít very good but at least these guys push the local stuff. The two bartenders were wearing some tshirts that they had made that said ďI got my beer goggles at Beer FestĒ and as it turns out went to school at University of La Verne (which is about 3 blocks from where I lived up until a few months ago). Small world. People shouldnít hate on this place, but rather just hate on the pricing. Aside from Jimani these guys are the only ones doing anything of note (beer wise) in this part of the French quarter.
Either things have changed or there is way too much herd mentality here. Actually I know the pints werenít $10 when I was there, so maybe things have changed.
DuffMan (335) the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta | November 26, 2013
Loud shithole off Bourbon Street, overpriced but at leat there is something besides Abita Amber to chose from. This is a desperation stop as you walk down Bourbon toward d.b.a...
This place is a dump located right in the middle of Bourbon Street. If youíve been to New Orleans you know to expect filth and the constant aroma of garbage. The prices are very misleading. Most beers are $10.50 but that is for " buy one get one free" pints. Basically $5.25 for a craft beer but you have to drink them in increments of two. Tap list is fair with a few regional crafts and some okay imports. I had a Hopitulous served to me in a plastic cup, of course. If you really want craft beer you probably wonít be on Bourbon Street anyway. But if you must, I guess this will do.
One of the worst bars Iíve ever been to in my entire life. This place ought to be burnt to the ground. $10.50 for a pint of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale that tasted like the keg was from 2008. To be fair, New Orleans isnít really a good place to go for beer (I know this and knew it before I walked into this place), but while most everything else on Bourbon Street is reasonable, youíll soon realize (after getting your bill) why no one is ever in this dump! $10.50 for a pint of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale; what else do I need to say?