One of Bourbon Street's oldest live Jazz clubs is dedicated to the preservation of "America's classical music". Jazz is one of North America’s oldest and most celebrated musical genres, traced back to the 20th century. This legendary spot is where many of the most notable Jazz musicians (Harry Connick, Jr) served their apprenticeships. It is one of only two Jazz Clubs still existing on Bourbon Street and tourists and locals flock to this famous club expecting to be entertained by nonstop authentic jazz….and are never disappointed!
In the rear of the club is a quaint courtyard with a wrought-iron gate accessing another of our historical venues: My Bar @ 635.
The Jazz Parlor at Maison Bourbon is located on the 2nd floor and can be rented out for private events. This beautiful space was refurbished, keeping much of its grandeur…exposed brick and plaster walls, beamed ceilings and seven French Windows/Doors leading out to an expansive balcony which wraps Bourbon and St. Peter Streets. It has a relaxed vibe with beautifully upholstered oversized chairs and small cocktail tables. There is a large double door which conjoins with My Bar @ 635’s Speakeasy for larger events.
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641 Bourbon Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
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"Jazzy soulful voice crooning Frank. Clarinet reminiscent of Billie Holiday blues. Strong drink: Swamp lily (mojito). Started here on Tuesday night Bourbon St. Crawl. Glad I did because I was coherent enough to actually appreciate the GOOD Jazz band. No cover; 1 drink per set minimum."