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Where They Party At: Inside Look on some cool spots in New Orleans #2

New Orleans can not be described without the inclusion of live music.  In any visit, most will take a stroll in the French Quarter.  During this adventure, streets like Bourbon and Decatur quickly come to mind.  The Heat Magazine wanted to give our readers the scoop on other world famous streets and party spots.  To begin with,  The Heat takes a look at Frenchmen Street.  Our first venue is a multi level bar/restaurant, The Maison.  Consider this a smorgasbord for entertainment with the possibility of having music on three different stages in one night.

The Maison 508 Frenchmen Street

The fun does not end there. Private parties and receptions can also be accommodated.  The restaurant opens daily at 5 p.m.  and catering is available.  Well known rap stars Mystikal and Snoop Dogg have performed at The Maison.  On Lundi Gras, Mannie Fresh will be on the Penthouse stage within the multi-faceted club.  For more information, contact (504) 371-5543.

Our next stop is Toulouse Street.  One Eyed Jacks is a bar featuring live music and a disc jockey.  Known for showcasing national and international acts, One Eyed Jacks’ atmosphere adds a feel referred to as “intimate”.  A favorite location of locals, this carnival season features extraordinary entertainment.  February 11th,  the venue will sizzle as its “Red Hot Nola” concert takes place.  Kermit Ruffins, The BBQ Swingers, Hot 8 Brass Band, and Partners N Crime featuring the Big Easy Bounce Band guarantee a night to remember.  The Heat Magazine wanted to share the beauty within its interior.  With a theatrical decor, the rich culture and historic influence is vivid.   Imagine the best brass bands and colorful scenery.  Thursday night is dance night centered around music from the 80’s.  Other nights may vary, but this event remains the same. Burlesque shows, jazz, funk, and rock are integral elements of One Eyed Jacks.  The bar is located two blocks from Bourbon Street.  For more information, contact (504) 569-8361.

Although partying is high priority during this time of year in New Orleans, The Heat Magazine hopes revelers will embrace the historical symbolism evident in the various venues introduced in addition to some of the world’s greatest cuisine.

One Eyed Jacks 615 Toulouse Street

For more information, contact Dion Norman at

One Eyed Jacks Front Bar
Dion Norman is a professional music artist/journalist from Louisiana. Norman is an urban music enthusiast and has been writing since the mid 90s. He is also a stakeholder in the newly found New Orleans Union For Entertainment which is a new resource provider for New Orleans artists and businesses as well as a collective. For more information, feel free to email him at


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