They have a upstairs "Balcony Bar" that is open on the weekends and great for entertaining. Arguably one of the most fun and stimulating events in New Orleans, NOLAW brawls occur about every two months at various locations around town and are always followed by a dance party. You make of the weekend what you will. Maybe a random weekend or a Thursday night in a random bar? Charles Tavern in the Lower Garden District is queer friendly and 24 hours with great breakfast food. I was hoping someone would do one of these for New Orleans!
Central City institution for independent film, queer films, and several film festivals.
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Plus, has some of the best bar food in the city, served by in-house restaurant Faubourg Bistro. The city is relatively affordable for a major urban area, though to be honest the cost of living mirrors the lower wages and primarily service-industry economy. Eight lady-identified wrestlers compete in each event, called a brawl. Good Friends is the best place to drink in the city, with a nice, clean atmosphere, comfortable seats, and a friendly staff. Stop by and say hello. Sooo excited to see a post about my hometown!!! Go to everything, especially the parade, and you will have a fabulous time, no matter who you are with!