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from 11am-5pm

All wine by the glass $5

Beer at the bar $1 off

$6 Classic Cocktails

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Our Current House Cocktail List:

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**21 and over. We are a non smoking establishment. Service animal pets are the only animals allowed.

Seating is first come first served. We do not take reservations. 

We accept Visa, MC, Discover & Amex.

Just in time for the Holidays. The Bar at Bacchanal presents--'Backyard Bitters'. A collaboration with El Guapo, the recipe is Bacchanal's very own blend. A perfect addition to your home bar, or take it home as a Bacchanal momento.

Just in time for the Holidays. The Bar at Bacchanal presents--'Backyard Bitters'. A collaboration with El Guapo, the recipe is Bacchanal's very own blend. A perfect addition to your home bar, or take it home as a Bacchanal momento.

bAR features of the week: february 18th

Brandy sainte LOUISE

Brandy Sainte Louise was created to fulfill the desire of bartenders who have been searching for a classic, fruit-forward brandy, crafted in the centuries-old tradition of French negociants collaborating with a celebrated Cellar Master, Le Maître de Chai.

The result of these collaborations is a unique blend of Charentais copper pot distilled eaux-de-vie, aged in French oak between 3 to 10 years in the Cognac region of Charente. The terroir and expertise in this region are legendary and have set the highest standards for brandy production throughout history.

In regard to age comparison, Brandy Sainte Louise lies between V.S. and X.O. The increased ABV of 43% benefits its function in cocktails, showcasing the flavor and aroma of the Brandy while providing balance and structure for accompanying ingredients.

Cocktail of the Week: Carry Me Away

Sainte Louise brandy, caraway simple, lemon juice and rose water Shaken served in a coupe

NOLA 7TH STREET WHEAT

When it came time to make a wheat beer, we decided to make something with a strong sense of place. This would be our summer beer, so it needed to be exceptionally light and refreshing (which you’ll understand if you’ve ever lived through a New Orleans summer). The same sense of place is reflected in the fresh lemon basil we add post fermentation. It grows year-round in New Orleans backyards, and we use it to impart a light citrus taste with a subtle herbal hint. Finally, we named the beer after the 7th Street Wharf across the street from the brewery. 7th Street Wheat was an instant hit and the once summer seasonal has earned a spot in our year-round lineup.