A welcoming Bywater tavern in a historic building on the lakeside of the St. Claude corridor, we feature 40 Beers On Tap and some of the freshest, most creative burgers in New Orleans.

Open from 11am to 2am, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 

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02.10.15 / ZAGAT.COM

The 10 Hottest Bars in New Orleans

By Paul Oswell | February 10, 2015

New bars in New Orleans always come under the utmost scrutiny from a city of seasoned drinkers who expect great things. These new additions to the city's bar scene have all made the grade and are managing to woo fans of cocktails and esoteric spirits and beers, as well as casual drinkers. Read on for our pick of the 10 hottest bars around NOLA. 

Junction Bar & Grille

Why It's Hot: The regeneration of the St. Claude neighborhood continues apace as locals look to escape the tourist hordes of Frenchmen Street, and Junction looks set to be an integral part of that movement. It’s an outpost of the Monaghan bar empire focused on the basics: beer (40 on tap) and burgers. The bar team are NOLA veterans and the joint feels suitably assured, even as the new kid on the block.

Must-Order: There are some deliciously complex brews, including Timber Beast by Lazy Magnolia and Hennepin by Brewery Ommegang. Undecided? Their three-beer flights cost just $7.

Insider Tip: They’re big on weekly specials, with beer and food deals each night, Monday through Thursday.