Midas CupMidas Cup

Our world famous souvenir cup drink! 3 oz. Reyka Vodka, Fresh Housemade Strawberry Puree, Dole Pineapple Juice, Champagne. 

Our super large and shiny gold go-cup comes with a lanyard, handle and piggybank hole.
 

 


Historic New Orleans Cocktails

A New Orleans classic cocktail that was invented in 1888 by bar owner Henry "Carl" Ramos at his bar called Imperial Cabinet Saloon. Ramos employed a line of "shaker boys" to shake his creation for a long time. We are the first bar in almost 100 years to shake this cocktail just as long as the shaker boys did.  Get on the list for your very own Ramos' Gin Fizz and take your photo with Ramos while you wait! #RamosAtBourbonO

 

 

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Bourbon Milk Punch

Old Forester Bourbon, Raw Sugard, Sweetened Milk, All Spices

Brandy Milk Punch

Korbel Brandy, Raw Sugard, Sweetened Milk, All Spices

Sazerac

1800s French Quarter cocktail invented by Creole apothecary, Antoine Peychaud. On June 23, 2008 the Louisiana Legislature passed a bill proclaiming the Sazerac as New Orleans' official cocktail.
Sazerac Rye, Peychaud's Bitters, Raw Simple Syrup, Chilled Absinthe Rinsed Glass, Lemon Twist

Pimm's Cup

Created in London in 1840 and adopted by the Napoleon House in 1940.  It's a refreshing Crescent City favorite.
Pimm's No. 1, Fresh Lemon Juice, Raw Simple Syrup, Sprite, Fresh Cucumber and Seasonal Fruit

Scarlett O'Hara

Southern Comfort was created by New Orleans bartender Martin Wilkes Heron in 1874. In 1939, this drink was created for the award winning film, Gone with the Wind.
Southern Comfort, Oceanspray Cranberry Juice, Fresh Lime Juice

Grasshopper

Believed to be invented in 1919 at Tujaque's on Decatur St. 
Bols Green Creme de Menthe, Bols White Creme de Cacao, Half-n-Half

French 75

Cognac, Fresh Lemon Juice, Raw Simple Syrup, Bubbles, Lemon Twist

Hurricane

Invented by Pat O'Brien in 1942 to help sell his large inventory of rum.  We serve the original with fresh squeezed juices.
3 oz. of Rum (Old New Orleans Crystal & Myers' Dark), Passion Fruit Syrup, Fresh Squeezed Juices

Absinthe Drip

Created in the 1700s and banned in America for 95 years.
Lucide Absinthe, Sugar Cubes, Fountain

Vieux Carré

Invented in 1938 by head bartender, Walter Bergeron at the Carousel Bar
Courvoisier VS, Sazerac Rye, Carpano Antica, Benedictine D.O.M., Peychaud's & Angostura Bitters

La Louisiane

Invented in the 1880s at the once popular La Louisiane restaurant on Iberville St.
Sazerac Rye, Benedictine D.O.M, Carpano Antica, Absinthe Rinse, Peychaud's Bitters, Luxardo Cherry

Beer ~ 100% Local Drafts

Ragin' Cajuns

The first officially licensed college beer. It's ale, but tastes like lager.

Parish Canbrake

Refreshing American filtered wheat highlights sweet remnants of sugarcane with notes of honey, spice and citrus on the finish.  A new Louisiana tradition, Canebrake was the first commercial beer in the world brewed with local sugarcane syrup.

Chafunkta Kingfish Ale

Crisp and refreshing American Cream Ale with a hint of lingering sweetness.  Named after Louisiana legend Huey P. Long.

Parish South Coast Amber

Brewed with toasty caramel malts. Mouthfeel is creamy yet light.

Tin Roof Blonde

Blonde Ale with a malty sweetness. Brewed with Glacier Hops.

Charming Wit

The first Belgian-style wheat beer made in New Orleans.

Lazy Magnolia Jefferson Stout

This sweet potato cream stout provides the background to an impressive taste with added notes of roasted chocolate, coffee and caramel flavors.

Korova Milk Porter

Notes of fudge, roasted malt, hot chocolate and espresso

Gnarly Barley Radical Rye

An India Pale Ale with a peppery spice of rye and a big malty backbone.  This bad boy is hoppy, spicy, sweet and strong.

Holy Roller

Brewed with Centennial, Cascade, Mosaic and Citra Hops

Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan

The first beer in the world made wiht whole rosted pecans.

LA 31 Passionne

A pale wheat ale with a light passion fruit taste.

Local Draft Flight

4 oz. samples of ALL twelve local drafts served with local potato chips or popcorn

Wine - Ask for our wine menu