The Sazerac Bar carries with it the history and lore of its namesake drink. Paul Ninas murals flanking the African walnut bar take you back to the grandeur of old New Orleans — a time when Huey P. Long strolled in to order a Ramos gin fizz. The elegant barstools and plush banquettes of today's Sazerac Bar invite locals and visitors to enjoy handcrafted cocktails and conversation. Open daily. No food.
The crisp sweetbreads and waffles tasting plate includes a quail egg, Smithfield ham and maple demi-glace. Shrimp and foie gras dumplings are served with braised greens. Reservations accepted. Breakfast and lunch daily, dinner Thu.-Sat. Credit cards. $$$