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A New Orleans Dive Bar For Every Situation

Whether you want to play shuffleboard, drink outdoors, or take in live music, there's a dive for dat.

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Twelve dollar cocktails and handlebar mustache-sporting bartenders are great, and we appreciate fancy ice as much as the next person - but sometimes you just need a good dive bar in your life. Whether you're looking to raise some hell, or just spend the night chatting with friends, New Orleans has a dive bar for whatever the sitch.

Tell us your favorite dive bar in the comments and what makes it great, and we'll update the map.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

The King Pin Bar

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To Play Shuffleboard: You can also play darts or the jukebox while you wait for the shuffleboard table.

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Outdoor Drinking: This new Bywater bar in the former Joint space has ample seating out back to enjoy a libation and chat with friends.

Saturn Bar

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Seeing Local Music: Punk rock, blues, and mod DJs pack the house at this beloved Bywater bar on weekends.

Bud Rip's

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Catching Up With Friends: This classic Bywater dive now owned by the R Bar team is a great spot to catch a beer or grab a cocktail and catch up with your pals.

Kajun's Pub

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Karaoke: If you make it out of this riotous St. Claude bar without hearing at least one drunk guy sing Celine Dion or Katy Perry... nevermind, you won't.

Sandpiper Lounge

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For a Set Up: This Central City bar that's been featured in films like Ray still does the old school set up-- a bottle of booze, ice and a mixer--so you can make your own drinks.

The Saint

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Photographic Evidence: What happens in the photo booth at Le Saint doesn't always stay there.

Snake and Jake's Christmas Club Lounge

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See The Sunrise: When you've stayed up practically all night, there's only one final stop you have to make, and it's here, at Snake & Jake's.

Ms Mae's The Club

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Rob Ryan Watching: This is the bar that Rob Ryan is known to stop in after Saints games. Or you could just get wasted and make it on the Wall Of Shame.

The King Pin Bar

To Play Shuffleboard: You can also play darts or the jukebox while you wait for the shuffleboard table.

Bar Redux

Outdoor Drinking: This new Bywater bar in the former Joint space has ample seating out back to enjoy a libation and chat with friends.

Saturn Bar

Seeing Local Music: Punk rock, blues, and mod DJs pack the house at this beloved Bywater bar on weekends.

Bud Rip's

Catching Up With Friends: This classic Bywater dive now owned by the R Bar team is a great spot to catch a beer or grab a cocktail and catch up with your pals.

Kajun's Pub

Karaoke: If you make it out of this riotous St. Claude bar without hearing at least one drunk guy sing Celine Dion or Katy Perry... nevermind, you won't.

Sandpiper Lounge

For a Set Up: This Central City bar that's been featured in films like Ray still does the old school set up-- a bottle of booze, ice and a mixer--so you can make your own drinks.

The Saint

Photographic Evidence: What happens in the photo booth at Le Saint doesn't always stay there.

Snake and Jake's Christmas Club Lounge

See The Sunrise: When you've stayed up practically all night, there's only one final stop you have to make, and it's here, at Snake & Jake's.

Ms Mae's The Club

Rob Ryan Watching: This is the bar that Rob Ryan is known to stop in after Saints games. Or you could just get wasted and make it on the Wall Of Shame.

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