Sip Wine And Mingle With Ghosts In One Of Louisiana’s Oldest, Most Haunted Bars

Louisiana and ghosts have a long history together. From the Myrtles Plantation to the hauntingly beautiful cemeteries of New Orleans, we certainly have our fair share of ghost stories. When it comes to bars in Louisiana, this particular haunted bar has been a watering hole for centuries, and the next time you’re in the area you should swing by for a drink – and maybe a ghostly encounter or two!

Have you ever been to Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar? If so, did you perhaps have a paranormal experience there? What about anywhere else in Louisiana? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

For more information about visit the official bar website. You can also go to the Lafitte’s Facebook page.

If you want to do some more bar hopping in Louisiana, then be sure to read this article about Latitude 29.

And if you’re still in the mood for more Louisiana adventures, take a look at this video:


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Address: Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar, 941 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA
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Adventures in Louisiana

April 21, 2023

Where can we find other bars in Louisiana?

  • Luna Bar and Grill, which has locations in Lake Charles and Lafayette, serves what people call “sinfully delicious” cocktails named after iconic musicians and great food.
  • MacFarlane’s Celtic Pub located in Lake Charles is a true taste of Ireland and has over 140 beers in stock.
  • Bayou Teche Brewing located in Arnaudville features craft beers designed to complement Cajun and Creole cuisine and lifestyles

Read on to learn more about some of the many other wonderful bars in Louisiana.

Where can we find annual festivals in Louisiana?

  • The State Fair of Louisiana in Shreveport, which takes place every fall, is an area and state favorite.
  • The Festival International de Louisiane in Lafayette, which takes place in April, is an annual music and arts festival celebrating Louisiana’s French heritage.
  • The Bridge City Gumbo Festival in Bridge City, which also takes place every fall, is a celebration of all things gumbo.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting annual festivals in Louisiana.

Where are the biggest cities in Louisiana?

  • The biggest city in Louisiana is New Orleans, which is world-renowned for its music, food, culture, and stunning architecture.
  • Baton Rouge is the second largest city as well as the capital of the state, and its name means “The Red Stick” in French.
  • Shreveport is the third largest city in Louisiana and a great place for people who enjoy historic attractions.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other small towns and biggest cities in Louisiana.