SEP 2013

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40 EW AAO PREVIEW September 2013 November 16-19, 2013 New Orleans nightlife W hile in New Orleans, don't miss the chance to experience some of the nightlife the city has to offer. There are plenty of bars, clubs, and music venues to take advantage of. The 21st Amendment at La Louisiane 725 Iberville St. 504-378-7330 www.21stamendmentnola.com Source: NewOrleansOnline.com This bar in the French Quarter is inspired by the era of Prohibition, with d├ęcor and cocktail options that make it unique. Ampersand 1100 Tulane Ave. 504-587-3737 www.clubampersand.com This club is located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, just a couple of blocks from the French Quarter. Ampersand has multiple levels, a dance floor, and seating areas. Beach on Bourbon 227 Bourbon St. 504-231-8519 www.beachonbourbon.com If you're looking for dancing, Beach on Bourbon boasts the biggest dance floor on Bourbon Street. It features live music and DJs. Beach on Bourbon also has a VIP balcony and happy hour drink specials to enjoy. Bourbon Cowboy 241 Bourbon St. 504-231-8519 www.bourboncowboy.com This Western-themed bar has its own mechanical bull and overlooks Bourbon Street. It features country and other popular music. www.ahmedvalve.com 800.832.5327 Bourbon Heat 711 Bourbon St. 504-324-4215 www.711bourbonheat.com Bourbon Heat features a courtyard bar and dance club, complete with a balcony overlooking Bourbon Street. This venue was opened in 2011 after restorations on the site of the Tricou House.

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