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Oz

(288 Ratings)
There's no place like Bourbon St

Oz, acclaimed as the premier gay dance club in New Orleans, holds the esteemed titles of GAA Dance Club & Show Bar of the Year 2022 and Y'at Magazine's "Best Gay Bar of 2022." Renowned for its lively ambiance, Oz offers dynamic experiences with DJs, drag shows, and go-go dancers. A trip to New Orleans is incomplete without immersing oneself in the vibrant LGBTQ+ nightlife at Oz, making it the quintessential destination for an unforgettable evening in the city.

 



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Reviews

BosGuy
BosGuy
Over a year ago

Great place to dance with friends

This place was a bit more smokey than I would have liked, but it seemed to be where everyone went when dancing was involved. It is easily accessible on the corner of Bourbon and St. Ann.


USAndrez
USAndrez
Over a year ago

the place to be in New Orleans

it gay, its fun the dancers all have 3rd amrs and the music is hot.


KevinGoebel
KevinGoebel
Over a year ago

Not as busy as it used to be

My previous visits to NOLA were during holidays, so of course everything was packed. But I had always heard that even during non-holidays, this was the premiere dance club in the city. We were surprised that it wasn't busier. Happy hours were dead, so we mostly did that at the Bourbon Pub. But even Friday and Saturday nights weren't exactly packed. Perhaps the crowds found a new hot spot?


cubuffs_21
cubuffs_21
Over a year ago

Thought this place would be packed!

I was pretty shocked to find this place pretty empty on a Saturday night. Maybe NOLA isn't a dancing kind of town? There was this one HOT dancer here that I could've watched for hours! Other than that the music was good, but everything else was just ok. Drinks are a bit pricey.


XXX009
XXX009
Over a year ago

Wow what a club

This is a great place to go and have some fun. It is mostly a younger crowd. Some of the older crowd does congregate here but they can make for some great small talk though. Pretty much all of the music is techno, sometimes they throw a remix of some hiphop, R&B, or rap song in there.


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