New Orleans’ Iron Horse Tavern opens for business

New, modern and welcoming, the Iron Horse tavern on the corner of North Main and Canal Street is a haven for locals, tourists and artists alike.

The establishment has opened its doors to the public to celebrate the opening of the French Quarter with a concert on Friday, Jan. 20.

The concert will be held at 7 p.m. in the upstairs bar area of the venue.

The Iron Horse was named after the Iron Horses, a group of blacksmiths who built a wagon on the site.

The tavern is also home to the American Iron Museum.

The museum was founded in 1864 by former Confederate Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, who wanted to create a permanent memorial to the African-American soldiers who fought against the British.

The new bar is located on the edge of a busy commercial district.

Its location in the heart of the American Quarter has attracted a lot of visitors, as well as a lot more artists, including hip-hop artist Dizzee Rascal.

It has become a destination for art lovers to meet and hang out with others.

Dizzee, who lives in New Orleans, said the bar has become the place for people to hang out.

I don’t know if it’s because we have a lot in common, but when we hang out and talk, people ask me if I was a member of the group.

I think it’s a great place to meet people from different walks of life, she said.

“It’s just been amazing.”