711 Bourbon Heat

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This bar and club at the site of the historic Tricou House is said to be haunted by Dr. Tricou’s niece Penelope, who long ago fell down the stairs to her death. Her apparition has been seen by many patrons, and the nightspot has been featured on several TV shows.

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Geographic Information

Address:
711 Bourbon St
New Orleans, LA
United States

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GPS:
29.9588892, -90.0655137
Parish:
Orleans Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
New Orleans, LA (0.6 mi.)
Gretna, LA (3.1 mi.)
Arabi, LA (3.6 mi.)
Harvey, LA (3.9 mi.)
Terrytown, LA (3.9 mi.)
Marrero, LA (4.6 mi.)
Jefferson, LA (5.3 mi.)
Metairie, LA (5.5 mi.)
Westwego, LA (5.9 mi.)
Timberlane, LA (6.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.711bourbonheat.com

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