The DungeonCurrently Closed
- Address: 738 Toulouse St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA, United States
- Timings: 12:00 am - 04:00 am Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Bar, Nightclub
The Dungeon, popularly known as Ye Olde Original Dungeon, is a gritty bar that comes to life only at midnight. Open till wee hours of the morning, this bar has fun offers like three-for-the-price-of-one mixed drinks, and many more. One of the funkiest bars in New Orleans, make sure you pay this bar in visit while you are in town. With its edgy decor and incredible art, there is music thumping all night long.
- By rented car/taxi
- By tram - Toulouse light rail station (Streetcar: 2-Riverfront)
- By bus - Decatur at St Peter bus stop (Bus: 5, 55)
In the heart of the French Quarter, a tiny sign leading down a dimly lit alley opened out on a Gothic courtyard. A man at a door to the side warns against any photography as you enter a very small galley style bar playing harsh grunge metal from a digital jukebox. A few pictures of risque S and M art and all the plastic mannequin decor you could wish for and then... nothing. Decent drinks but no follow through on the entertainment. The kids running the place seemed so pleased with their clever theme but mostly just childish. Nice try and I hope they get better but as of now? I advise to grab a drink and enjoy the courtyard. The music is... pathetically bad.
Amazing atmosphere. Awesome bartenders. Music is amazing. Decor is spot on. I'd be here every night if I lived here!
No pictures allowed. But it's my favorite bar around Bourbon Street to stop by. The bartenders are friendly and know their stuff. It's unlike anything else down there. If you are looking for a bar that's more chill without being boring. A bar that is calm but with a more hard core playlist. Give the Dungeon a look. I won't give away any details about inside. Just know that it's a must see bar. You won't be disappointed.
Cool spot and very unique. They actually had one of the best drinks called a witches brew there. Best drink I had in NOLA.
By far the best spot on bourbon street. Small hidden, non-touristy, dark, mysterious. You won't be coming here for Instagram photos, because camera are not allowed inside or you will be removed.