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Rates are subject to change, until a rental agreement has been agreed on by both parties.

NO INDOOR SMOKING – you will automatically be asked to leave the premises without a refund
NO EXCEPTIONS. (New Orleans) non-smoking order went in effect April 22, 2015.

 

New Orleans City Park, Audubon Zoo, Preservation Hall, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, The National WWII Museum, Mardi Gras Zone, & New Orleans Museum of Art ALL WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE, 5 paces to our Streetcar or a Horse-Drawn Carriage away. Ask our baristas or bartenders about the best places to meet and greet. It’s not to difficult everyone is friendly here.

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From left to right, Joshua Bernard, Jason Hunt, Dwight Beckett, Royce Cottrell and Chris Billings, tourists from Oklahoma, drink on Bourbon Street and say they are "playing it by ear,'' regarding a possible evacuation as Gustav enters the Gulf of Mexico, as the group is seen in New Orleans, Thursday, Aug. 28, 2008. (AP Photo/Cheryl Gerber)

NOLA Where Drinking in Public Is Commendable

New Orleans It’s impossible to speak of open container laws without mentioning New Orleans. Home of the biggest Mardi Gras festival in the US, the city is packed year round with tourists who love history — and drinking. As long … Read More

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Mag’s 940 Theater

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 … Read More

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Faubourg Marigny

Faubourg Marigny (sometimes called The Marigny) is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A. Its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are North Rampart Street and St. Claude Avenue to the north, Press Street to … Read More

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WHO DAT!

Who dat? is an English idiom originating from New Orleans. First referenced in poetry, the phrase was a common dialogue element between the performers and crowd at traveling minstrel shows in the region. Eventually, the phrase became used in US … Read More

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Where Y’at!

Elysian Fields Avenue is a broad, straight avenue in New Orleans named after the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris. It courses south to north from the Lower Mississippi River to Lake Pontchartrain, a distance of approximately 5 miles (8.0 km). The … Read More

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Mag’s 940 BAR

This casual, Faubourg Marigny show bar draws a gay, straight and mixed local crowd with drink specials & a welcoming vibe. Housed in the same building where the late New Orleans gay rights activist Charlene Schneider ran her namesake bar for more than … Read More

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The All Star Covered Dish Country Jamboree

Facebook 608 people like this   Mag’s 940 Bar 940 Elysian Fields Ave New Orleans, Louisiana Ask for The All Star Covered Dish Country Jamboree’s phone Merle Travis: Guitar Man | Kentucky Muse This program traces the career of Merle … Read More

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Mag’s is truly the gay support bar of the city. It is the local home to many charitable organizations, pageants, drag shows, and that’s putting it lightly. Check out the crowd at Mag’s 940, you might be pleasantly surprised.

MAG’S 940 SAYS

Mag’s 940 is one of New Orleans “Hidden Gems”, located in the heart of the Marigny. We have a FULLY STOCKED BAR, featuring a large seating area and a stage that highlights our local talent and artists on any given night of the week. Our bartenders are the warmest, friendliest and sometimes sassiest in the city. And some have been honored with notable achievement awards. “Mag’s  won the title of the “Best Show Bar of the Year” three years in a row and has been labeled the” Bar of New Traditions.” This is a laid back, no pressure neighborhood favorite.

*$2.00 Draft Beer and $4.00 Champagne every day!
*New entertainment everyday!

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