A classic, historical building and great little piano bar all in one! We go here pretty much every time we go to the French Quarter and if it's not too crowded, we get at least one drink. The outside area is nice too!
Restaurants near Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
- 10.22 mi0.22 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
Pat O'Brien's has something for everyone. It was the largest set up in all of Bourbon. Aside from the spacious outdoor fountain area, there was an indoor bar and a piano bar all within. By 9pm, there was a long line to get in so if you plan on passing by to check out the scene, do it early. The ...Popular withNightlifeLocalBudget
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- 30.23 mi0.23 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
==The Lowdown== Super late night spot where you can get your fried food on. Another well known street in New Orleans is Decatur and that nice walk will have you by the businesses alongside the Mississippi River. It's also the walk to get to the more well known jazz bars. We hit this spot on our way back from a ...Popular withLocal
- 40.08 mi0.08 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
Cafe Amelie looks like a picturesque house with a beautiful courtyard that was converted into a mom and pop restaurant. I love the feel of the place, but most of all, I LOVE their shrimp and grits. They were definitely the best thing I ate in Louisiana. Our table loved it so much, we ordered an extra dish!Popular withLocalFoodiesBusiness
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- 70.22 mi0.22 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
Externally, Stanley looks like your average diner, conveniently in the corner of the French Quarter to lure in unassuming tourists. The long lines scream out "tourist trap", but once you taste the food, you'll realize that it's worth every minute of the wait. I started off my afternoon "lunch" with a cup of the Gumbo with potato salad. This was ...Popular withLocalDesignFoodies
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- 90.21 mi0.21 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
Probably our favorite place in New Orleans to grab a veggie burger. They used to make one with a heap of raw jalapenos but clearly changed cooks and it's been calmed down a lot. It's in the perfect area to eat and get back out there on the street!
- 100.15 mi0.15 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop2 reviews
This restaurant has a beautiful formal ambience. The servers are also formal and attentive. From the moment you enter, you feel this is a place for a special meal. We tried the chef’s tasting menu and wine pairings ($125 for the menu, $95 for the wines). That night the courses were: Local Cherry Tomato Gazpacho with Louisiana Jumbo Lump Crab ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
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- 120.06 mi0.06 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
After a night kicking back cocktails and dancing your socks off in the Quarter, few pleasures are as perfect in this world as a greasy grilled cheese or burger topped with a fried egg at the Clover Grill. It's rare to see this place anywhere near full while the sun is out, but the (hungry) freaks come out at night, ...Popular withLGBTLocalFoodies
- 130.16 mi0.16 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop2 reviews
Walking to here was a long long long way from our Bourbon Street hotel. Couple that with the middle of the night, then just be glad you have your wingman with you for protection. This place wins because it is open into the wee hours of the night. If 4 people are already occupying the tiny corner with small tables, ...
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- 150.09 mi0.09 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
The food is amazing, and it's never a dull moment with Andy as your bartender. If you want to catch some real New Orleans charm, check out the bathrooms. If you're still on the fence about going, look up their Christmas Specials on Youtube.
- 160.22 mi0.22 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop1 review
Best. Beignets. Ever.
- 170.22 mi0.22 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop1 review
This new coffee shop is an ambitious attempt to be the best place for coffee in New Orleans, and I have a hunch they will be making waves in no time. Coffee aficionados will like this spot showcasing the different ways of brewing coffee and sourcing some great beans.
- 180.1 mi0.1 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop1 review
A nice cost-effective option for brunch, lunch or dinner in the French Quarter. It's BYOB so you save a lot on booze. And it's in a very charming part of the Quarter. Excellent Southern Louisiana menu - farm-fresh, season and local. Truly great.
- 190.15 mi0.15 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop1 review
Whether you love or hate (or love to hate) the French Quarter trifecta of gay bar standards (Oz, The Pub, and God Friends, natch), nearly everyone seems to agree that Good Friends is A-OK. This place has much more of a Cheers vibe than the other two aforementioned bars, and chances are that everybody will in fact know your name.Popular withLGBTLocalNightlife
- 200.18 mi0.18 mi from Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop1 review
Fantastic wine bar and restaurant, large selection of wines by bottle and glass. You can eat at bar or tables, good cheese board , mussels, oysterd, lamb, filet and much more. Greay staff and owners who are usually on property. They have a real chef not just a cook like many French Quarter restsurantsPopular withTrendstersFoodies