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.