Sazerac Bar

Cocktail, Hotel Bar
$ $ $
130 Roosevelt Way (at Common St)
New Orleans, LA 70112
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am
11:00am - 2:00am



  • At the Sazerac Bar inside the Roosevelt Hotel, order a potent sazerac or a more refreshing Ramos Gin Fizz. -Travel Editor
  • The Ramos Gin Fizz is heaven on earth.
  • Made some really yummy Blueberry Syrup behind the bar. Tastes great with the Stoli Blueberi and a little Soda Water.
  • A cozy and ritzy spot for a classic Sazerac cocktail.
  • In spite of its history, this is not the best place to taste the classics, but worth seeing the 1930s WPA-era murals by artist Paul Nina.
  • Love the French 75 and Ramos Gin Fizz!
  • This bar shattered a 100 year old males only custom back in1949 by allowing women. Get a Sazerac or Ramos gin fizz!
  • Do the obvious.
  • Cocktails are great, but don't overlook the strong bourbon and American whiskey selections
  • Well-crafted cocktails, though definitely not cheap. Try the Ramos Gin Fizz.
  • Skip the Sazerac and get the Ramos Gin Fizz instead. Yummy!
  • Very knowledgeable & deliberate bar tenders and well crafted house cocktail menu make this a great spot for a high end drink
  • If you go to a bar named Sazerac bar, you have to get a Sazerac, right?
  • Get a Sazerac at the Sazerac. It packs a punch and is a sipper:
  • This historic bar specializes in classics like a Gin Fizz or, of course, a Sazarac. There's plenty of Scotch, too. Green Guide Editor
  • Excellent destination: handcrafted cocktails and a knowledgeable bartender. We especially enjoyed the Blood Orange Sunset the Southern Gentleman and the Texas Mule. It's an experience not just a bar.
  • Old fashioned was nice, but the Ramos Gin Fizz is the best I've had this NOLA trip.
  • Matthew at the bar is amazing!
  • Gambit's Top Bars 2012 - Signature Drink: Sazerac
  • Great place for a classic Whisky cocktail - next time you order a manhattan, go for "dry" or "perfect" - subs/cuts the sweet vermouth with dry vermouth instead. A completely different cocktail.

Nearby places

123 Baronne Street
214 Royal St (in Hotel Monteleone)
718 Saint Peter St (at Bourbon St.)