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Enjoy classic cocktails, live jazz and a new menu in the recently expanded and refurbished Polo Club Lounge. With the addition of approximately 930 square feet of seating and performance space, Polo Club Lounge is reminiscent of the private clubs of...more
Hours Today: 11:30 AM - 12:00 AM
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300 Gravier St, Inside the Windsor Court hotel, New Orleans, LA 70130-2417
My husband decided that he wanted caviar for his dinner for his birthday. I cannot say that he made a poor decision. We were treated with a lovely caviar service (I would recommend the wild that is $50 less) with plenty of fresh blini complete...More
The polo club is one of those perfect "New Orleans" Lounges. It has everything you want in a relaxing upscale yet somewhat casual atmosphere with lively conversation and live entertainment in the evenings. It is a relatively large venue sprawling out into a true lobby...More
This was our second visit to the Polo Club Lounge in the lovely Windsor Court Hotel, since it was remodeled a bit over a year ago. The venue is lovely, but if one was not familiar with the Polo Club Lounge, they would be hard-pressed...More
I cannot say enough good things about this bar, it’s everything you could want to start or wind down your evening in New Orleans. It harkens back to an era of grace and elegance not often found in today’s world. Highly recommended!
If you were a CEO of a fortune 500 company and wanted a drink, this is where you would go. It's on the second floor of the Windsor Court hotel and is plush and comfy. The staff is friendly and attentive and the drinks are...More
One of my fave places to chill in NOLA. Always great music.
If it’s too crowded, just head downstairs to the lobby bar where they also have music most nights.
Local beer: $7.
Most cocktails: $14-$15.
Glass of wine: $8-$15.
Right across the street from...More
Master mixologist bartender Roger will welcome you with a wide selection of drink possibilities expertly made. He is a true host and the heart of the Polo Club which has more of a livening room seating than a bar seating. Great bar snacks and often...More
If you are in New Orleans Louisiana and looking for a place outside of the French Quarter to have a drink in a high class environment, visit this bar.
Valet your car and come upstairs and have a drink
A friend of mine swears he...More
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