Drinks

Whether you're looking for live music or to try a classic New Orleans cocktail, our bars offer a unique experience.  You can sip wine at one of the city's best wine bars, enjoy a cocktail at a haunted former bordello at May Baily's Place, or have a classic Frenchy cocktail at the Prohibition inspired 21st Amendment La Louisiane. If it's great coffee you're looking for, The Daily Grind Coffee Co. brews coffee from local roaster, Abita Rosting Company.

21st Amendment at La Louisiane

21st Amendment at La Louisiane, located at Hotel Mazarin, is a French Quarter bar that pays tribute to the Prohibition era of the 1920s — an era that saw the mafia thrive and speakeasies proliferate through the trade of illegal alcohol. The bar was once part of the historic La Louisiane Restaurant, which was open from 1881 to the 1990s and was run by two of New Orleans’ most notorious gangsters from the 1950s to 1980s.

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Bourbon "O"

If you’re on Bourbon Street, head to Bourbon “O” for classic and inventive craft cocktail drinks, entertainment, and a lively atmosphere. Located at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, the bar features live jazz nightly.

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May Baily’s Place

May Baily’s Place was once one of the most well known bordellos in Storyville, the city’s infamous red-light district. Now, this historic haunt serves as the bar at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel. You can even see a copy of the license issued to May in 1857 (when sporting houses were legal in the Storyville District of New Orleans).
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Patrick's Bar Vin

Patrick's Bar Vin offers a sip of pleasure in the heart of the French Quarter. This upscale New Orleans wine bar is managed by our resident bon vivant, Patrick van Hoorebeek, and is located at Hotel Mazarin.

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Vive!

This chic, modern lounge is located at Hotel Le Marais and impresses with a tempting menu of signature cocktails. Bold, sleek decor sets the tone for a sophisticated and stylish evening.

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Daily Grind Coffee Co.

The Daily Grind located at The Jung Hotel serves Abita Roasting Co.’s single origin and reserve blends of Arabica coffee from Ethiopia, Colombia and Brazil along with fresh baked pastries and sandwiches.  The small-batch artisan coffee pays homage to New Orleans’ rich heritage as a bustling coffee hub, which dates back to the 19th century.

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