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Dos Jefes

The Tchoupitoulas bar is a good place to hear loungy, popular, and subdued jazz. Acts play on the wall underneath the TV. Do yourself a favor and ask them to turn it off before the music starts. Odds are the musicians will even sneak a peak at CNN Headline News. Normal jazz table set-up. If you don't like cigar smoke, don't bother.  
Donna's

The geographic, musical center of New Orleans. Every brass band and modern or traditional jazz band has passed through this N. Rampart joint. Super down-home atmosphere. Charlie's in the back cooking BBQ, red beans, and burgers. Free food comes out for the gigs.  
Donna's

The geographic, musical center of New Orleans. Every brass band and traditional or modern jazz player has passed through here. Super down-home atmosphere. Charlie's in the back cooking jambalaya, BBQ, burgers, etc. Free food comes out for the gigs. Treme holds court every Friday, and Bob French is a consistent choice on Mondays.  
d.b.a.

This Frenchman venue has a quality line-up every month. Jazz, Funk, Blues, and a little Rock. Theatre seating, a soundman, theatre lighting, and a new, larger stage keep concerts fun and intimate. $5 cover on Friday and Saturday. New York meets New Orleans style. Only the best domestic beers and a good international selection. Tip the band.  

 

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