For me, no visit to a new city would be complete without a stop at the local Hard Rock Café, no exception here. For me it’s never a place to dine at or check out the memorabilia but to simply buy a souvenir.
The restaurant & Rock Shop currently resides on bustling Bourbon Street, but not for long I’m assuming, as I noticed a Hard Rock Hotel was being built a few blocks away so I’m sure they’ll be absorbed. The restaurant sports colorful floorboards and a pretty impressive chandelier-like art piece made out of empty bottles that hangs above the bar. The vibe of the restaurant reminded me of a cabaret with ambient lighting and dark, bold colors.
Located at the front of the restaurant, t-shirt selection was not bad. I was happy to find a camouflage print with the traditional logo on the front, something I’ve never seen at other cafes. Oddly, the t-shirt sizes ran very large so I ended up picking a size smaller though I could’ve gone two sizes smaller if it were available. Service was mainstream.
Another t-shirt added to my already packed closet!
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