The Cocktail Heatmap: Where To Drink Right Now

By Nora McGunnigle | Eater New Orleans

With the help of the Eater 38 and the Eater Heatmap, it's a breeze to find out where to eat right now, whether it's a hot newcomer or an old neighborhood standby. Now it's just as easy to find out where to get a good, stiff drink in New Orleans.

Eater's Cocktail Heatmap is a guide to the hottest bars of the moment, so only places that have opened, or undergone a major change, in the past year qualify. Rather than feature the perennial favorites — we will assume the readership already knows how to get their Cure, French 75, and Twelve Mile Limit on — this guide focuses on operations that have opened in the last year, or recently undergone a major revamp. Happy drinking, and as always, feel free to leave a comment with new suggestions.


11 Broussard's

The new cocktail menu by Paul Gustings reflects the Caribbean flavors of this Quarter grand dame under its new chef Neil Swidler. Enjoy a for-serious Hurricane or Pina Colada, or original concoctions like the Leite de Onca, which uses Ypióca Cachaça Prata toasted coconut shavings, pineapple syrup, Mexican chocolate, and heavy cream to make something magical.

819 Conti St
New Orleans, LA 70112

(504) 581-3866


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