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- Three MusesMember ofFoodiesWellnessVegetarian+ 3May 27, 2014
A light dusting of the popular Indian spice, Garam Masala flavors popcorn, brought to your table while awaiting your food at Three Muses on Frenchman Street in New Orleans. Looking similar to the other live music venues within that corridor, whether you come for the exotic small plates or killer cocktails, you’re in luck, the kitchen stays open late. Order food from the bar with tantalizes options which include deviled yard eggs, gulf fish tacos and mac-n-cheese. Live acts perform on the built in platform, seven days a week, check the board outside for their weekly lineup.Recommended for:
- Three MusesMay 27, 2014
Three Muses brings together professionals in culinary, hospitality and music to create a chic, unique, smoke free environment committed to quality and verve. Try the cocktails they are very unique. And bring your appetite and at least one other person. They serve "tapas" styles and you will want to try more than one dish!
- Three MusesMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Apr 24, 2014
Crowd control at the door keeps the venue cozy and intimate instead of overcrowded. The music sounds great, the bartenders are helpful, and they stock local beer. Like other bars on Frenchmen Street, no cover to listen to the music other than buying at least one drink and tipping the musicians. Great place and a definite stop on the Frenchmen St music crawl.
- Three MusesAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Mar 13, 2013
Located on the ever-so-jazzy Frenchmen Street, Three Muses aces a trifecta of great food, cocktails, and music. The place fills up by 6, so come early and take advantage of their happy hour from 4-6. Not only is the food delicious, but there are a lot of vegetarian options as well. For cocktails, I suggest their orange blossom sazerac and Persephone's Fall. The two times I have been, we listened to some amazing jazz songstresses, but on Fridays you can watch trombonist Glen David Andrews. A famous New Orleans pianist, Tom McDermott, plays happy hours on occasion too.
- Three MusesFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Jess and I stopped in here twice during a long weekend in NO. The food was very, very tasty. I hate to call it bar food because it was so good. But yes, I did eat it while sitting at the bar. Some great cocktails too. Lastly it's very close to a bunch of great music venues on Frenchman's Street. Enjoy!!!!