Where to Drink Cocktails in New OrleansEdit Post
Contributed by on Feb 12, 2015
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Being the home of Tales of the Cocktails and where quite a few classic cocktails were invented, New Orleans is obviously a promising place to grab some cocktails! Thanks to the recent Chowzter North American Awards, which was held in NOLA, I was able to hit up a few bars in this great city.
Now, this is not a comprehensive list by any means, but it's a good place to start!
The first bar I had to try was of course the new tiki bar from the prolific cocktail writer, Beachbum Berry:
321 N Peters St
A tiki bar, naturally, and one of the best. The cocktail menu is divided into short, long, and communal drinks. Professor Remsberg's Punch came highly recommended, made with "fine old Guadeloupe rum", lime, and "a Caribbean spiced syrup discovered over 30 years ago in San Juan by the Professor himself". Beloved tiki classics like Mai Tai and Missionary's Downfall are obviously on there, as well.
They also serve food like loco moco and dumplings, but I didn't get a chance to try any. They serve food until 10pm and cocktails until 11pm nightly, which is pretty early for NOLA.
|by the way, don't you love that rowing Moai stirrer?|