Lee Circle

Lee Circle

Most parades tend to pass by the only traffic circle in New Orleans.  The large area around Lee Circle is perfect for getting a great spot to catch some great beads.  I like to stand in front of Bellocq, a cocktail bar that slings some of the best drinks in the city.  A luxury afforded to you by getting drinks from them is that if you’re relatively sober, and nice, they will probably let you use their restroom which is something that no local takes for granted.

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