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d.b.a.

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618 Frenchmen St, New Orleans, LA 70116

(504) 942-3731

CLOSED NOW
Today: 4:00 pm - 5:00 am
Tomorrow: 4:00 pm - 4:00 am
17
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Business Description
Popular club in New Orleans attracts an eclectic crowd.
BBB Rating
A+
BBB Rating and Accreditation information may be delayed up to a week.
BBB Accredited businesses follow the BBB Code of Business Practices and pay a fee for accreditation review and monitoring. Accreditation is not a BBB endorsement or evaluation of the business’ product quality or competency in performing services.

BBB Rating and Accreditation information may be delayed up to a week.
Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
amex, cash, diners club, master card, visa
Neighborhoods
Marigny, Bywater
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Categories
Night Clubs, Bars, Brew Pubs, Taverns, Bar & Grills, Restaurants

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05/15/2002

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Drinkers with Bad Attitudes?

There's a lot to like about d.b.a. -- the muted, dark wooden decor, the extensive beer and liquor selection and its prime Frenchmen Street real estate. But be careful when you go, because late weekend nights seem to bring out some of the city's rudest patrons. Navigating through the crowd at these times can be downright impossible unless you're a contortionist with a diminished sense of personal space. General late-afternoon and early-evening ""happy hour"" times are much easier, friendlier and more casual, the better to enjoy the exhausting array of spirits d.b.a. has to offer.

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