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Home of the Hand Grenade, New Orleans most powerful drink! One of the ONLY places you can purchase an official Hand Grenade on Bourbon St. Live music 7 days a week. 2nd floor balcony overlooking Bourbon St. http://www.facebook.com/tropicalisle
Not sure what to drink? One of New Orleans signature drinks. The Hand Grenade. A must try.
These bars are numerously located throughout Bourbon Street and are home to the hand grenade drinks. I recommend one drink, not multiple 😃.
A hand grenade is must-have if you are visiting Bourbon Street for the first time. But be careful, these are strong!
“A smaller venue but still hosts concerts, college level sporting events, and other activities. There is also a pool here if you are interested in getting a 1 day pass. ”
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“DANCE - Another warehouse dance destination, The Metropolitan Club is the premier video DJ dance establishment in the city. The intricate lighting and smoke machines set the mood, as celebrants find themselves lost in the endless beats bumping through the surround sound speakers. The music offerings are eclectic with top 40, hip hop, rock and pop in one room and house, electro, techno and dubstep in another. Flat screen TVs line the walls, so the dancers can follow the DJ from any spot on the floor. VIP table service is offered and valet parking is also a plus. Unlike other large clubs where it takes forever to get a drink, Metropolitan offers 11 bar stations so you're never thirsty.”
“A feast for the eyes as you step back to an era gone bye. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an historic building within the Vieux Carre Historic District, the New Orleans Pharmacy Museum showcases its extensive collection and provides interpretive educational programs to present and preserve the rich history of pharmacy and healthcare in Louisiana; past and present. THE HISTORY OF LOUIS J. DUFILHO, JR. America’s First Licensed Pharmacist Dufilho’s most significant contribution to the history and integrity of the field of pharmacy took place in New Orleans in 1816. In 1804, the State of Louisiana, led by Governor Claiborne, passed a law that required a licensing examination for pharmacists wishing to practice their profession. Prior to this law and before Louisiana became a U.S. State, there were some informal territory licensing measures, but none were enforced. A person could apprentice for six months and then compound and sell his or her own concoctions without any regulations or standards. The public received incorrect doses and erroneous medications. In 1804, Governor Claiborne established a board of reputable pharmacists and physicians to administer a three-hour oral examination given at the Cabildo in Jackson Square. Louis J. Dufilho, Jr. was the first to pass the licensing examination, therefore making his pharmacy the first United States apothecary shop to be conducted on the basis of proven adequacy.”
“Chef Leah Chase"The Queen of Creole Cusine" passed away last year at 96 years old. However, her legacy continues at her restaurant. The entryway is adorned with pictures of past Presidents, Popes, and other famous people who came to visit and enjoy the traditional southern/creole cooking. There's an interesting history of the restaurant in its early years and the civil rights movement in New Orleans during the '60s. There's a lunch buffet that includes fried chicken, catfish, greens, gumbo, and more. *The hours of this restaurant are extremely unusual and it's a bit off the beaten path, be sure to check the hours before leaving. Leah ”