The DungeonCurrently Open
- 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 - Review
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.
How To reach The Dungeon by Public Transport
- By rented car/taxi
- By tram - Toulouse light rail station (Streetcar: 2-Riverfront)
- By bus - Decatur at St Peter bus stop (Bus: 5, 55)
The Dungeon Trips
The Dungeon, New Orleans Reviews
This isn't a club. It's a series of hallways painted black pretending to be a bar. It's the same drunk idots you see on the street only closer because they didn't leave room to walk. They claim to be a goth club but their patrons just gawk at anyone who dresses the part. Prepare to have "no pictures or video" yelled at you when you walk in the door as if there's anythng worth taking pictures of. Where are the clubs the locals go to?
I loved this place. So chill and spooky. Everyone was so nice and the drinks were amazing!
Awesome place! I love the unique atmosphere. My favorite bar to go to when in the city. It's hard to find a bar that plays rock and metal now days. Definately one of a kind!
The staff here are great. Attentive and friendly. When we were there they had a really great whiskey daiquiri. Cheap and effective. Gross and delicious. I recommend it. The upstairs music is dj/bartender controlled. The downstairs is an older curated jukebox. The juke box is cheap so get crazy. There is a no photography rule inside. Not really sure why. There is nothing that crazy there that justifies that policy. I was a little befuddled. Seems a little silly in this day and age. Plenty of black lights and red lighting. Keeps a 90s goth/rock vibe alive and well. I support that.
My favorite metal bar! Hidden in the French Quarter off Bourbon Street. The only bar in the French Quarter that plays metal and the best selection of metal on the jukebox anywhere. The inside looks like a haunted house and is perfect for this bar. I wish there was something like this in Chicago. Excellent service and drinks also. There are no pictures allowed inside and it really is to bad. It is also clearly listed and seems to really cause a problem for some people for some reason. Definitely worth a visit if you like metal!