The perfect sharing size of the traditional New Orlean's drink, the Hurricane. Made with Cruzan light rum, Cruzan dark rum, amaretto, pineapple juice, orange juice, and grenadine.
A New Orlean's favorite - Passion fruit juice, Bayou Light rum, Bayou Dark rum, Amaretto and Grenadine, and one of our best selling signature drinks.
Sazerac Rye whiskey, Simple Syrup, Peychaud's Bitters, Absinthe rinse glass, and a Lemon twist. The "official" cocktail of New Orleans. Invented by druggist, Antoine Peychaud in the early-mid 1800's
Pimms No.1, fresh Lemon juice, mint, splash of simple syrup, soda water, garnished with a fresh cucumber and mint. Adopted by New Orleans in 1940. A founder's favorite.
Copper & Kings Apple Brandy, Bulleit Rye, Benedictine, angostura bitters, dash of peychauds. Vieux Carre` (Voov ka-Ray) means old square/French quarter. The cocktail was invented in 1938 by bartender, Walter Bergeron, at the Hotel Monteleone in the Carousel Bar.
Bacardi 8 Rum and lemonade, with a dash of Tabasco sauce, served shaken in a smoked paprika rimmed glass. A founder's favorite.
Scarlett O' Hara
Southern Comfort, Pomegranate juice, and Fresh Lime juice. A founder's favorite.
Dark and Stormy
Goslings Blackseal rum and Goslings ginger beer.
Ginger Snap Old Fashioned
Knob Creek Rye, Gingerbread liqueur, served chilled, shaken with a muddled orange and cherry.
Ginger Peach Julep
Maker's Mark, Ginger Ale, Peche, topped with peach bitters, and mint sprigs.