Monday, February 7, 2011

TOP 10 Places in New Orleans you Can't go

OK, So I've come up with this quick and dirty list, but I'm going to fill it out with everything I know about each of these spots as I go.

10. Krewe Dens- Warehouses where Mardi Gras Krewes store their Floats.
9. House of Blues Foundation Room- This Club inside a Club is invitation only.
8. Round Table Club- This is a private Club near Audubon Park and is home to the Louisiana Historical Society.
7. Lee Thomas Lodge #421- This Masonic Lodge in the Warehouse District is a Scottish Rite Lodge, a style of Masons that is common in New Orleans, but unique in comparison to the rest of the country.
6. Le Moyne de Bienville Club- A men's lunch club on St Charles Ave in the CBD.
5. The Orleans Club- This Ladies-only club Uptown on St Charles Ave. hosts receptions and lectures for their members in an opulent setting.
4. Louisiana Club- An elite men's lunch club, found behind an unassuming door on Union Street, not unlike a 1920's speakeasy.
3. VooDoo Temple- A not-exactly secret Temple on Rampart across from Armstrong Park, but certain rituals are invite-only, and creep me out enough to be included in this list.
2. Pickwick Club- Home of the krewe of Comus, and among the most elite and exclusive guest lists in the Crescent City.
1. Boston Club- Every Rex since 1888 has been a member of the Boston Club. While #1&2 is a toss up, the Boston Club continues to intrigue me.

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