You know the date. You know the fireworks. Come do New Years properly on Lower Decatur at Mollyâ€™s. Just steps from the levee, Mollyâ€™s is the perfect meeting place to watch the show.
The 2010 St. Patrick’s Day Parade is ON! For more information, check out our St. Patty’s Day page.
Singe~ Through the Looking Glass!
An evening of fire performances. NO COVER!
Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 9:00pm at Pravda, 1113 Decatur Street
from Facebook event
This Valentine’s Day Moulin Vieux invites you to join us for the first time in our new venue for our Black Hearts Masquerade Ball! So put on your evening clothes and get out your snazziest mask because this Mardi Gras Ball is gonna Sex You Up!
Starting at 1am Sunday Night/Monday Morning after the evening parades and going on till well after dawn we’ve got Two Floors of music, dancers, drinking, sexy play, and hot movies! All the fabulous things you’ve come to expect from Moulin Vieux only more and better, more furniture, more play, more sexy fun!
Goodies for all! Prizes for sexiest evening wear! Some masks will be provided but we do recommend you bring your own.
5$ at the Door.
Rubyfruit Jungle, 1135 Decatur NOLA
Appropriate Attire Suggested, Suggestive Attire Always Appropriate.
It’s no surprise that two of our neighborhood bars on the 1100 block are featured in Gambit’s Top 50 Bars 2009.
Relative newcomer Pravada came in at #29
1113 Decatur St.
The absinthe-minded Lower Decatur bar melds steampunk couture with St. Petersburg gothic, but with more beer than borscht. The social Soviet hideaway could be a high-brow dive for you and your comrades, with a spacious back patio and absinthe served in the French method, or stick with a beer and a copy of Tolstoy. Na zdorovia!
Molly’s at the Market is the neighborhood standby that stayed open for the Katrina hurrication is #49.
1107 Decatur St., 525-5169
Somewhat faded from its glory days, Molly’s remains thick with tradition, helping keep its place in regulars’ hearts and minds. The rallying point for St. Patrick’s Day and Halloween parades, it can be relied on daily for a diverse and colorful clientele at its bars and hanging from its front window.
So, next time you’re in the neighborhood, stop in and have a celebratory drink with these winners!Â You won’t even have to leave the block.
The diabolical little caffine elves at Cafe Envie are at it again.Â What better way to lure people to your place than cheap booze with breakfast.Â Just in time in for the merriment surrounding Southern Decadence they’ve unveiled their latest special offering.
Breakfast is served 7am-2pm at 1241 Decatur Street (corner of Barracks).Â They also have Gourmet coffee drinks, sandwiches, pasteries, desserts, and a full bar with some of the tastiest absinthe in the French Quarter.
Good only through August 30 – September 4.