The golden age of New Orleans cabaret comes alive at night at Mag’s 940 Theater and Woody Allen, who regularly appears to jam with the Eddy Davis New Orleans jazz band. Music has been an essential part of Mag’s, and it is on spectacular display since its debut.
Seating up to 90 for a performance, the club offers a unique intimate space. At Mag’s 940, guests experience and engage in the lost language of elegance and sophistication. As the New Orleans bastion of classic cabaret entertainment, Mag’s completes the NOLA experience.
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“Apparently, Mag’s is a gay bar, but I gotta say, in comparison to the ones in NYC, this place is downright classy and low-key :::shrugs:::”in 4 reviews
“Princess Stephanie chatted with us for the better part of an hour while a few local regulars wandered in and out.” in 3 reviews
“Then things started looking up: First, the tap beer is only $2.50.” in 2 reviews
Princess hates me
We had a great time that night on our pub crawl Monday night!!!
We stopped into this neighborhood gem twice on our last visit. Halloween night the place was hopping with costumed characters and dynamite bartenders – great recommendations y’all. Second night was loaded entertainment – a freaky sideshow. There are just some things you can’t unsee my friends. But good drinks, and a friendly welcoming vibe to all. Visited with the owner one night, but he didn’t even recognize us the second night. C’est la vie.
This is a great place if your gay, straight, alien or whatever!! My wife and I our friends just got home after a 4 day stay in NOLA. We stayed in a VRBO close by and everyday we had a stop at MAG’S.
Make sure you stop by when Princess Stephanie is working. Her drinks are delicious. Try the Mojitos!