Brick and plaster walls. Exposed ceiling beams. French doors leading to an expansive balcony wrapping around Bourbon and St. Peter streets. Can’t you just see it? Add authentic jazz, legendary New Orleans food and drink, and everyone you can fit on your guest list. It’s party time at The Jazz Parlor @ Maison Bourbon, one of Bourbon Street's oldest live Jazz clubs.
The Jazz Parlor is where many of New Orleans’ most notable musicians served their apprenticeships, including Harry Connick, Jr. Today, it’s a great place to celebrate weddings, anniversaries, reunions, birthdays and corporate gatherings – New Orleans style. When it comes to parties, this venue hits all the high notes.
At the rear of the Jazz Parlor is a quaint courtyard with a wrought-iron gate that leads to My Bar @ 635, another historic venue. Come take a tour of both spaces and see for yourself why event planners are always jazzed to come back.
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