A great place to spend our last night in NOLA. With all the (free) live music going on, especially on Frenchman Street, I hesitated to buy tickets to a concert here but am glad I did. The room is quite small and the stage very close. We caught the Ellis Marsalis Trio and it was fine show. Drink service at... 更多
I enjoyed a dinner and show at Snug Harbor. There are many places where you can enjoy live jazz, but I chose Snug Harbor because members of the renowned Marsalis family of jazz greats play there regularly, and I'm a fan of Ellis, Wynton and Branford. The dinner was fine, but the main attraction is if course the jazz performance.... 更多
They bring in different musicians nightly so you can buy tickets to the show after your dinner. This is a party place and is built solidly with a fairly plain interior. Don't let the functionality cause you to turn away as the food is worth a visit. The steaks and burgers are outstanding. The fried oysters are a local favorite... 更多
Snug Harbor is a must do, in my opinion. It's an intimate venue, with great jazz music. You can order drinks and small eats too, which is terrific! Most places on Frenchmen street are loud and crowded, which is also good when you are in that kind of mood, but Snug Harbor is for when you want to want to... 更多
We live in NOLA and a group of us were eating at Snug Harbor in the front of restaurant. Service great and food not bad. I saw that a good band was playing in the back and I walked in the back entrance of the room to listen for a minute. I reached up to take a pic with my... 更多
we tried the three muses at 5pm but it was full. a couple doors down was snug, walked in got a table right away. it started filling up after that. food was really good. very nice place.
Snug Harbor is an important part of the NOLA jazz scene, featuring a variety of really knowledgeable and skilled musicians in an intimate setting. Marsalis and Neville family members play here regularly, and other jazz royalty you may not have heard (this is how we discovered my new favorite clarinetist Evan Christopher). Check the listings and book tickets early. Management... 更多
I'm not sure where to start with this place! We were advised to visit this part of New Orleans for food and music. The food was okay and you had to pay to listen to the music. Thankfully the staff were great which just about held it together. Erin was particularly helpful. If you want food and music eat here... 更多
This is a nice place to sit and listen to jazz. It was good to find a place that would allow my 15 year old kid to attend. The area around this place is lively with other venues and street performers.
We didn't eat here, but "just" saw Ellis Marsalis along with his quintet which was superb. Just amazing music in a small venue that is hard to beat anywhere. As one other reviewer wrote they didn't want too many people to find out about this spot as it is great to keep to oneself. Also, Frenchman St. is fun to... 更多
I am hesitant to write this review because the music was just so great! I am afraid that if too many people learn about this fantastic find that I won't be able to get tickets the next time I visit.
My wife and I attended a concert on March 20/2015 during our visit to New Orleans. We purchased our tickets on line before we departed from Ontario Canada. Hint in order not to be disappointed we recommend you do this.This is a small venue about 85-100 all seats are great. We saw the legendary Ellis Marsalis and his band, all... 更多
We came here for the early show on a Friday night. The doors open at 7, and we were there around 7:20. All of the floor seats were already taken, so we headed up to the balcony. The seats up there were just as good, although sometimes you had to tilt your head around a beam to get a full... 更多
Went there on a Wednesday night to see the Jazz Orchestra. Haven't been to such a good show in years. Great music, amazing performance and coming to that a cozy living room feel with great service. A must really.