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Daiquiri - El Libre - French Quarter
Daiquiri - El Libre - French Quarter
Daiquiri - El Libre - French Quarter
Down the Bayou - bayou rum, strawberries, citrus, ginger - DTB
Down the Bayou - bayou rum, strawberries, citrus, ginger - DTB
Down the Bayou - bayou rum, strawberries, citrus, ginger - DTB
French 75 Bar at Arnaud's
French 75 Bar at Arnaud's
French 75 Bar at Arnaud's

Where to Drink

In a city with no last call, there's always a place to celebrate

New Orleans’ creative, laid-back spirit is embodied in, well, our spirits, but there’s more to drinking here than downing frozen daiquiris and Hand Grenades on Bourbon Street. Drinking in New Orleans is a celebration of our culture.

Whether you’re into discovering local beers, sipping fine wines or nursing hand-crafted cocktails with oversized ice cubes for the slow melt, you’ll find a barstool or booth with your name on it in New Orleans. Pick a neighborhood, the kind of establishment you’re looking for and let the fun begin.

  • Taste the finest craft cocktails and celebrate New Orleans's intoxicating atmosphere at one of these lounges or hotel bars.
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  • Spark a flame or rekindle an old one at one of New Orleans's many velvety lounges or candle-lit courtyards that are sure to stir up desire.
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  • If you're looking to test the talent of local brewers, try out one of these microbreweries located in the Irish Channel, the Lower Garden District and Mid-City.
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