Opened in 1856, Tujague’s (pronounced too-jaks) is a legendary New Orleans watering hole. No nonsense bartenders service a mixed clientele of locals, slot machine regulars, and tourists wandering in from adjacent Decatur Street. With the recent departure of lead Mixologist Paul Gustings, we can’t guarantee you’ll find alluring cocktails like his Sitchell or Angostura Rum Phosphate. But Tujaque’s has served Sazeracs for more than 150 years, and they pour a mean Miller High Life. Stick with the classics, and you’re bound to drink right. Just don’t expect to get cozy at the bar, as there’s not a stool in sight.