- This off-the-beaten-path jazz and blues club is only three blocks from Bourbon Street, but it seems a world apart. With a swank atmosphere that is smooth and laid back, it is comparable to the clubs of the '20s and '30s. A complete bar and food service are included in the art-deco interior dining room and lounge. The Spicy Creole Gumbo, made with chicken, shrimp, crab and sausage, is arguably one of the best in the city. Other menu favorites include Herb Garlic Pasta, Shrimp with sauteed vegetables and Falafel and Hummus platter. As for drinks, try the Funky Butt Juice. The cover charge varies by performance.
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