Another New Orleans classic from the Brennan family (also the minds behind Commander’s Palace) with a heavy list and charming French Quarter courtyard dining. Classic Creole cuisine meets modern New…

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The latest venture from former Sylvain chef Alex Harrell, Angeline has wooed legions of fans in its short tenure by displaying a balance of thoughtful restraint and decadence both in…

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Empire Bar at Broussard’s

Paul Gustings is something of a New Orleans legend, not only for his masterful drink-making skills, but also for his take-no-guff personality. Paul's vision for Empire Bar is both accessible and inspired,…


Bar Tonique

Bar Tonique is the kind of secret, golden spot that teeters along the edge of neighborhood bar and craft cocktail paradise. The tiny space on the outer edge of the…


Cane & Table

Located on what just might become New Orleans’ first tiki Main Street, Cane & Table is the kind of Hemingway-approved bar that feels simultaneously English colonial and exotic. The menu focuses…


French 75

People journey to French 75 for one reason—to see celebrated bartender Chris Hannah work his magic. (The lounging, 1940s vibe and animal print seating doesn’t hurt, either.) Part of the…



With enough paisley-embossed velvet floor pillows and drippy, sensual lighting to make even the least romantic person swoon, Loa was a cocktail bar before New Orleans had a solid modern…


Carousel Bar

No, it’s not you. The bar is spinning. The Hotel Monteleone's circular bartop was built on the chassis of an antique merry-go-round in 1949, and patrons make a full circuit…


Sazerac Bar

The Sazerac Bar on the ground floor of the Roosevelt Hotel has one of the grandest interior spaces in all of cocktaildom. With burnished wood, soft lighting and intricate tile…