Napoleon House

If Napoleon Bonaparte had lived a little longer, he might have moved to New Orleans and opened a bar. In fact, this historic 1794 building that now bears his name was remodeled in 1821 to be Napoleon’s U.S. refuge. The scheme, concocted by the building’s owner and mayor (1812-1815) of New Orleans, Nicholas Girod, was…

Carousel Bar and Lounge at the Hotel Monteleone

    Only the actual bar and seats revolve at this venerable New Orleans landmark hotel in the French Quarter. The service area in the center of the carousel (and the rest of the room) remain stationary. Unless you’re aware of this fact, you will feel more than a little tipsy if you leave your…