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Named after what many consider to be the world’s first mixed drink, The Sazerac Bar carries as much history as its potable namesake. Just gazing at the famous Paul Ninas murals flanking the African walnut bar takes you back to the grandeur of old...more
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Sazerac Bar, home of the Ramos Gin Fizz. Had to pop in and check this spot out. Went there after eating at the famed but average Commanders Palace. Beautiful bar , knowledgeable bartender, Carlos, I believe, we were drunk, who explained the history of the...More
Supposedly the first cocktail created in USA was Sazerac in New Orleans! Fun bar with lovely artwork. We enjoyed sitting at the bar and having Sazeracs. Afterwards we purchased bottles to bring home in the gift shop! Lovely place for a predinner drink and even...More
A friend who lives in the area tipped us off that this was a must-do if you like Sazeracs. (I do!) So I went here late night on a Friday dressed casually (but not nearly as casually as some on Bourbon Street). I saw lots...More
You can’t say you’ve done it all in New Orleans until you’ve spent time enjoying a Sazerac cocktail at the Sazerac Bar inside this beautiful hotel. While you’re waiting for a table, walk around the hotel lobby and soak in the history.
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Great bar to stop and have a drink before or after dinner. I had an old fashioned and it was very well poured and tasty. Yes, 18 dollars was a lot but I was paying for location and ambiance. A must, especially if staying at...More
Stayed at the Roosevelt 5 nights and made 3 visits to the Sazerac Bar. Confirmed other reviewers comments: drinks are way overpriced even relative to other high-end New Orleans bars; you will want to try a Sazerac (good not great), but the Ramos Gin Fizz...More
It was an ok Sazerac, but it cost $18. Bar Tonique makes a better Sazerac for $5 at happy hour. But you aren't at The Sazerac Bar for the best cocktail or for cheap ones. It's an historic bar that looks amazing. It is fun...More
We were stuck in New Orleans another night by a canceled flight so we got a room at the beautiful Roosevelt Hotel just so we could visit the Sazerac Bar. What a great problem to have — another night in New Orleans where we had...More
A classy bar in a classy hotel. Drinks are great...and it is the birth place of the Sazerak. As expected, the staff is fantastic. And don't forget to ask your server where the bullet hole in the wall is.
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