Parasol's Bar & Restaurant
2533 Constance St, New Orleans, LA 70130
If you haven't been to Parasol's lately, you haven't been to Parasol's.
A New Orleans tradition since 1952, Parasol's is the neighborhood bar to the world. Located in the historic Irish Channel area, Parasol's is known for our roast beef and seafood Po Boys as well as home made gumbo, chili and our special Irish Sundae. We are also famous for our annual St. Patricks Day block party when we fill the street with music, food, and fun to celebrate the proud heritage of the Irish in New Orleans. So whether you're a regular, a local or just passing through, you owe yourself a visit to one of New Orleans most talked about local bars.
kitchen: (504) 302-1549
One block south of Magazine Street at 3rd and Constance.
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes, No
Cuisines: Southern, Brew Pubs, American, Seafood, Bar & Grills, Cajun & Creole
Price Range : Below Average
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Awesome Po Boy featured on Food Network's Diners Drive Ins and Dives. The roast beef po boy is large, yummy and $8! This place is a dive with no frills. Bar serves up good beer and has full liquer license. Crowd is local except for the occasional tourist coming for po boys. My wife and I, we're from Florida, had a great night there watching football, eating po boys and hanging with locals. Juke box has good selection too!....but this place is truly a dive! so set your expectations accordingly.
05/10/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We just moved out of the Irish Channel and the one thing we will miss most is Parasol's. Whenever we were hungry and didn't feel like cooking, we'd just walk down and get some po'boys. The best shrimp and roast beef. Great place to watch Saints games. We'll miss it. Our new neighborhood bar is Pal's Lounge. I hope it's as welcoming.
07/27/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This is the place where I met all of my friends in NOLA, where I watched the RedSox win the series, where I consumed the BEST roast beef po boys night after night, where I drank guinness, where I had fun. After moving away from New Orleans, the one thing that I miss with all my heart is the greatness of P'Sols. If you live in New Orleans and have not yet been, you don't know what you are missing. If you plan on visiting new orleans as a tourist, do yourself a favor and get out of the quarter and get to the Irish Channel for a real bar.
Oh yeah, this place is small, not so clean, but oh so fun....
07/03/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I just moved in a few doors down and was happy to find such a lively, friendly place so close. The bartender was quite welcoming and the drinks were the real New Orleans composition. My catfish po-boy was great, so was my wifes turkey. Overall this place is worth the while for sure. The jukebox has all the essentials and the decor is what you'd expect....erin go braugh! Get there early for a seat...