Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
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One of the most fun bars. Locals and tourist go. It’s one of the oldest in the quarter at the very end of Bourbon street. The purple drink is surprisingly good and is sure to help you catch a buzz and sing along to the piano player!
The ghost of Jean Lafitte is said to wander the "oldest bar in the U.S." This French Colonial cottage/courtyard (circa 1772) is a piano bar. Steeped rich in history. In its youth, served as a hideaway for pirates.
PERSONAL FAVORITE. “Oldest bar in America” Purple drink, back bar with piano, sit and watch. Great.
Oldest bar in the country. this 300 years young establishment is a must stop while in New Orleans.
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