Comfort Suites Harvey - New Orleans West
1611 Elton Court Road
Harvey, LA 70058
Phone: (504) 361-9110
Fax: (504) 361-9148
The Venue is hard to describe in one sentence—being a nightclub, a venue, a dance-club, a lounge, and so much more. All in all it's an amazing entertainment hotspot. Have the time of your life, dancing to the latest beats churned out by some of the most talented DJ's and bands. If hardcore partying isn't your cup of tea or mix of cocktail, then the Venue also hosts a number of shows,events and concerts.
Tipitina's at 501 Napoleon Avenue was established in 1977 and has a rich history and the honor of having musical legends perform here over the years. This historical cultural landmark was created by performer, composer, and pianist Professor Longhair. The version at 233 North Peters is the offspring of the original and has its own charm. Modernized with best state-of-the-art sound and light money can buy and a 500 capacity and a private party room upstairs with gorgeous views of the Mississippi River. Check website for details on the latest events, performances and acts.
As you enter the Pontchartrain Hotel, this upscale lounge can be found right off the main lobby. A welcome addition in 1947, it remains a favorite stop for professionals as well as guests. Even if you are not a guest of the Pontchartrain, you might enjoy the cocktail hour. While you enjoy your drink, with complimentary hor d'oevres, notice the artwork that adorns the walls. These murals on canvas by local New Orleans artist, Charles Reinike, are considered priceless. For your entertainment, a piano bar plays from 9pm to 1am Thursdays through Sundays. It is open from Monday to Thursday, 4 pm onwards and from Friday to Sunday, 11 am onwards.
This casual spot draws a big crowd during carnival time. The combination of mesquite grill menu items with Tex Mex flavors is a popular combination. The decor is tasteful in Spanish motif tantalizing you to anticipate authentic cuisine found South of the border. Entrees include enchilada platters and whole enchilada nachos. If you prefer something that is not Mexican they also offer mesquite-roasted quail, grilled tuna and baby back ribs. They also make some mean margaritas here, with fresh lime and Sauza tequila.
If you like to start your evenings late and end them early in the morning, then F&M Patio Bar is the hot spot for you. Dancing, pool tables, and a kitchen that stays open as long as you can stay awake are just a few of the features. There is also a tropical patio, jukebox and one of those fun photo booths, so you are sure not to miss a minute of memorable moments!
If you are fine with the idea of some cheap drinks and a game of dart after a long day of work, just ring the door bell and enter Milan Lounge. Share your table with salesmen, clerks and mechanics, who keep the conversations going and take your mind off tensions with interesting stories and jokes. Never mind the dress code, here simplicity is the mantra. Friendly atmosphere, a typical neighborhood flavor and easy on the pocket, this place is one you will leave feeling rejuvenated. If an amiable company and good drinks are your idea of a relaxing evening—you will like Milan!
Since its 1979 opening, Le Bon Temps has been welcoming laid-back New Orleanians to enjoy quiet afternoons at the bar and late nights drinking and dancing. A fully stocked bar and cozy, ultra-casual atmosphere encourage patrons to stop by during daylight hours for better than average bar eats including sandwiches, quesadillas, and burgers. And come back after dark for a full night of drinking and dancing. The Soul Rebels Brass Band, Joe Krown Organ Combo, and a variety of other brass, rock, and jam bands pack the Uptown neighborhood bar nearly every night. Stop by on Friday for the free oysters.
Rusty Nail is one of those unpretentious places where one can actually unwind after a long day at work or simply come here to enjoy the music and ambiance. Rusty Nail is an off-track bar that boasts a wide selection of cocktails and a well-stocked bar. Blues and jazz are the order of the day, as this is a stage for many upcoming New Orleans musicians. Sit outside and try their signature Rusty Nail cocktail or something from their vast scotch collection.
The Metropolitan is a Saturday-only club housed in a warehouse called Generations Hall. The limited opening time hasn't come in the way of the bar's popularity. Drop in here on Saturday night to groove to the music or try the club's signature cocktails for an indulgent time. Featuring three rooms and six bars, you know there is enough supply of drinks and ample dancing space for you to get going. Make sure you are well dressed, as the club has a stringent dress code and doesn't allow sneakers; only formal shoes and collared shirts. Get there early as the place gets crowded in the later half of the evening.
Owned by the same company that operates the Praline Connection on Frenchmen Street, this hall offers the same cuisine but also live music with dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Sundays at Praline Connection Gospel & Blues Hall features a great gospel buffet brunch.
This friendly neighborhood restaurant, Red Eye Grill, attracts the local crowd from around Warehouse District. The decor is rustic and simple with brick walls and a tin roof bar. The menu includes appetizers, salads, sandwiches and burgers along with chilled beer complimenting the food perfectly. Red Eye Grill becomes a dance club on the frequent DJ nights at the restaurant. The atmosphere here is very cheerful and the rates are reasonable.
Republic New Orleans is an elegant cabaret-style music lounge that offers guests entertainment through music, fashion shows, performances and arts. This place is the hub of creativity with Hollywood celebrities like Vince Vaughan, Eva Longoria, Macy Gray and Lil John making appearances here. Bouncers keep a tab on who enters, ensuring a limited crowd to avoid congestion. The place can also be rented out for events, with room for up to 650 people.