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We saw that the Ritz had Jazz from 530-930. The Ritz is beautiful and easy to walk to on Canal. On the 3rd floor is the lounge. There was no cover or minimum and no pressure to buy drinks. It was beautiful. Although quite quirky...More
I visit NOLA frequently for work and I make sure that I get to this lounge on every trip. I love sitting at the bar, enjoying a glass of rosé while the band plays, and then indulging in the grilled cheese. It is AMAZING and...More
This is a great bar, located inside the Ritz Carlton hotel. There is bar seating, table seating, couch seating. Even some tables and chairs in the small foyer outside the bar. All good seating and you can hear the bands really well even if you're...More
The Davenport Lounge is located inside of The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans. It’s named after the lounge’s headliner jazz musician, Jeremy Davenport. The lounge serves as the hotel’s lobby bar that also hosts twice daily tea service.
The lounge sits just off of the front...More
Great place to unwind. Located in the Ritz Carlton, this is an upscale establishment. Davenport performs multiple times weekly and his band is GREAT. Someone was playing a harp during the afternoon. Food was good.
The Davenport Lounge is now my go-to place for a relaxing evening. We arrived around 6pm on a Thursday evening and there was still plenty of seating. The band was really good, but must admit I was a tad disappointed that Jeremy Davenport wasn’t playing....More
A great lounge jazz experience in an uncrowded comfortable setting. Went back again.
Drink and food prices are on the high side but worth it for the live entertainment from resident musicians and guests.
The Davenport is the Ritz Carlton hotel's bar. Located on the lobby level, it is a dark place, with comfortable chairs. You can sit at the bar or at tables. The darkness is actually annoying, since it is hard to read the wine list or...More
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