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#17 The Sazerac Bar (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Named after the Sazerac, a cocktail that many consider to be the world’s first mixed drink, The Sazerac Bar’s décor evokes old New Orleans, with some elegant updates: Paul Ninas’ murals flank the African walnut bar. The Louisianabar, including its bar stools and banquettes, has been fully restored to its original splendor. A small collection of white and red wines by the glass and beer supports the main drink menu focus: the cocktails. Classics like the Sazerac (Sazerac 6-year-old rye, Peychaud’s bitters, and sugar in an Herbsaint-rinsed glass) and the Ramos Gin Fizz (Hayman’s Old Tom gin, lime and lemon, sugar, egg whites, cream, orange flower, water, and seltzer) are given equal weight with new classics like the Champagne Lady (Tito’s Vodka, St-Germain, lemon, blackberries, and sparkling wine) and Silver Water Cooler (Wheatley vodka, lime, sugar, cucumber, mint, and seltzer). (Lisa I/Yelp)

 

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