Cure

Row 1

Details
4905 Freret St (Upperline St.)
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 302-2357
Cocktail, Bar
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM

The bartenders at Cure perfectly craft their cocktails using the freshest housemade ingredients and recipes from classics to unique newcomers. This somewhat pricey bar is worth every penny.

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Foursquare Tips

  • Congratulations, Cure, for making Esquire's 2011 list of Best Bars in America!
  • Try the Ramos Gin Fizz
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Three words: Gun. Shop. Fizz.
  • Woohoo smoke free
  • Don't wear a ball cap. They'll make you take it off. Y'know... 'cause it's a bar. On Freret Street. Wait - what?
  • Great mixology in NOLA. Skip the menu and tell them what you're in the mood for.
  • That damn roach on the wall. Creepy! Good drinks tho
  • check out happy hour: $5 classic cocktails 5-7pm...sazerac, moscow mule, pimm's cups.
  • When did this place become a nightclub?
  • Innovative cocktails. Happy hour prices are decent.
  • Well-crafted cocktails, but pricey. Happy hour = $5 cocktails.
  • Its modern but it also honors the citys amazing cocktail culture, says writer Jessica Voelker of this off-the-beaten-path craft cocktail bar from Neal Bodenheimer, Kirk Estopinal & Matthew Kohnke.
  • They aren't on the menu, but ask for the mozzarella sticks. They are out of this world.
  • Great drinks, delicious food and cute bartenders (...I mean mixologists)
  • Happy hour at 1/2 price from 5-7 pm.
  • Love the sea dog & the scotch and salt.
  • ask for Kirk to make you a custom cocktail. just name your base spirit and what you like and you won't be disappointed.
  • Some of the best cocktails I've ever had. I usually just order whisky on the rocks or an Old Fashioned, but here I wanted to venture out on the menu.
  • Excellent, upscale cocktail bar. Try their original concoctions or a classic cocktail.
  • Cure is often ranked among the best lounges in the U.S.; New Orleans classics and house creations are skillfully mixed in a muted room, far removed from the daiquiri mills of Bourbon Street.