From far and wide—both New Orleanians and beyond—jazz lovers make the pilgrimage to Snug Harbor, the famed jazz bistro housed in an 1800s storefront on Frenchmen St. Snug’s dynamic music calendar, which can be found plastered on the front windows for interested passersby, features some regular talent during the week, like Charmaine Neville on Mondays and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra on Wednesdays, and a wide variety of other acts on the long weekends. The lineup varies from week to week and month to month, and they always keep the club’s calendar packed with fresh and intriguing acts any night you visit. This is one of the pricier venues on the Frenchmen strip, but you pay for the intimate atmosphere of the music room and the quality of the music inside. There’s also a dining room and a bar with a wide variety of seafood, steak dinners and sandwiches in addition to a full menu of wines by the bottle and the glass. If you’re looking for a cozy night of classic or innovative jazz music, Snug Harbor should be your first choice, downtown on Frenchmen St.