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We wanted to listen to real Jazz. Good Jazz. Frenchmen St is busy, bars all have music and the crowds are great. We stopped at Snug Harbor, cover charge was $30.00 each but was well worth it. As we were told "we get the best...More
This a great area of NOLA! Get away from Bourbon Street and walk on over to this area. Top talented musicians and great bars to visit. We also got to shop the night Market with local artists and crafts
This was my second time to venture on to Frenchman Street and my experience, along with the group I was with, was exponentially more fun than the "typical" place people visit when in the Crescent City. I was informed multiple times how much nicer, cleaner...More
Hello, Frenchmen street is on the edge of French Quarter. It starts where Decatour street is crossing Esplenade. On the corner there, you find Music Factory in a yellow building. That is a big music store. It is also a... More
Hello, Frenchmen street is on the edge of French Quarter. It starts where Decatour street is crossing Esplenade. On the corner there, you find Music Factory in a yellow building. That is a big music store. It is also a garage for a fire brigade, and the sign says engine nr 9.
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