The line between gay and straight bars is a blurry one in New Orleans, a place where diversity is a given and differences of perspective are celebrated in festivals like Southern Decadence. Even Easter has a gay parade. There are lively dance clubs, as well as neighborhood Cheers-style watering holes. Here is a list of them all.
Top 5 Gay Clubs & Bars in French Quarter (New Orleans) - TripAdvisor
By Andrew Collins. One of the world's great party destinations, it's not exactly shocking that New Orleans - with its liberal attitudes about everything from sexuality to cocktails - is a top destination for gay and lesbian clubbing and bar-hopping. But as New Orleans has become more mixed and eclectic in recent years, a number of mostly hetero bars Uptown and elsewhere in the city have developed a somewhat gay following. You'll also find some great cafes and restaurants around the city that act as social hubs for the LGBT community and the city's many gay visitors. Ann streets.
Top 5 Gay Clubs & Bars in French Quarter (New Orleans)
By Andrew Collins. While New Orleans used to have a popular gay bathhouse, Club New Orleans, they have closed and a couple of years earlier, the city's other bathhouse, Flex, also closed. Club New Orleans Toulouse St. This five-story club was in a surprisingly touristy and central location, right in the middle of the French Quarter, near a number of notable New Orleans hotels and a short walk from top New Orleans gay bars.
Beth says, Don't leave New Orleans without eating a barbecued shrimp po'boy at Liuzza's at the Track. Calling New Orleans gay-friendly is like saying red beans and rice is a good idea for Monday supper. The city has long been a landing spot for people of all stripes and polka dots — the artistic, expressive and the type that dances to their own drummer. Although Decadence, aka gay Mardi Gras is ground zero for off-the-charts partying, there are gay and inclusive bars and clubs that cater to the queer set year-round.