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Bombay Club

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A longtime favorite and a rather swanky place for the French Quarter, with leather chairs and dark paneling, covers cocktail history with an encyclopedic menu that starts with drinks from the mid-19th century. Although there is no formal dress code, men are encouraged to wear jackets. Tucked away from the street in the Prince Conti Hotel, this lair hosts piano players and jazz combos nightly.

Updated: 04-10-2014

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    I love this restaurant! Music every night: Jazz, Swing or R&B. As for the food, the 100s of awards credited to The Bombay Club are well deserved. Chef Nick Gile is renown for his culinary cuisine. The international menu featuring such items as Curried Lamb Skewers. My favorite is the Duck Duet. This is a delightfuly prepared and presented as a bonless breast of duck in a delicious blackcurrent duck reduction. Such a welcome change from that terrible Duck a l'Orange. The staff are gracious and after only one visit remembered what my favorite drink was. All in all, you can't ask for a better place to go for great food, well made drinks and signed artists to serenade you.

    by travelingfoodie, 12/11/08

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