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Pat O'Brien's, Home of the Hurricane

Hurricane at Pat O'Briens
Hurricane at Pat O'Briens

The sweet fruity drink known as the Hurricane, and that I call "adult Kool-aid", is said to have originated in the 1940s at Pat O'Brien's in New Orleans. The story is that it was created as a way to sell a surplus of rum that distributors forced Mr. O'Brien to buy along with his purchases of better-selling whiskey. Today, rum-based fuity drinks are the the main attraction at O'Brien's club.

We sat in O'Brien's piano bar, sipped on fruity adult beverages, and joined in a group sing-a-long of My Ding-a-Ling. Great fun all around.

Beware that O'Brien's will charge you more than the menu price for your drinks. The extra charge is for the glass, which you get to take with you.

Copper Pianos: Pat O'Brien's Piano Bar

Fritzel's European Jazz Pub

Fritzel's European Jazz Pub on New Orlean's Bourbon Street served as a nice nightcap to a long day of touring and traveling Louisiana. A traditional jazz quartet entertained us as we sipped fruity adult beverages.