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4905 Freret St New Orleans, LA 70115
4905 Freret StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70115
$$Cocktail Bar, RestaurantToday 3PM–2AM
Saturday 3PM–2AMSunday 3PM–12AMMonday 5PM–12AMTuesday 5PM–12AMWednesday 5PM–12AMThursday 5PM–12AMFriday 3PM–2AM
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Firehouse turned stylish, dimly lit cocktail lounge with creative drinks & eclectic array of dishes.- Google
"The duck liver pate was smooth, creamy and flavorful."
"Best classic cocktail bar in New Orleans."
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Eric Gisness
2 months ago
Cannot describe how happy I am that my favorite bartender Matt is working at Cure now. If I have any friends visiting me New Orleans, finding a craft cocktail by Matt is always first on the bucket list. Sit at the bar, he takes the time to get to know you as he's making your drink, making sure that he finds a drink to fit your needs, likes, and even personality. Cure has always been a great spot, but now that it includes cocktails by Matt, it's probably my most frequented spot on the city. The drinks on the menu always impress, but i always choose to trust Matt's talent and taste his newest creation. Truly talented is the only way I know how to put it. Locals and tourists alike, your experience at Cure with a craft cocktail by Matt will be the favorite part of your day. Cheers!
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Ellie Ratcliff
4 months ago
Cure has always been one of my go-to bars in the city, but now it just got even better. Matt is a bartender who I have followed all over the city, because frankly, no one makes a cocktail nearly as good as him. He worked at Bombay Club, Bellocq, and now finally is at Cure. Matt defines what the New Orleans experience should look like. He makes sure to personally get to know all of his customers & ensure they are getting a drink uniquely tailored to them. My best advice is ditch the menu and trust Matt. Tell him what you usually drink and what type of drink you're interested in, and he'll whip up the most innovative and delicious cocktail you've ever tasted. The venue itself is amazing, the patio is perfect, but I would always suggest perching up at the bar and getting to know the bartenders. I've followed Matt through the various bars in the city he has worked at, and I must say, he continuously gets better, move innovative, and his artistry of cocktails is truly the best in the city.
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Eric Zuniga
a month ago
Best classic cocktail bar in New Orleans. Best happy hour as well.
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Brian Merrell
a year ago
My main reason for coming here was that the bar is listed as the 43rd best bar in the world. There are surprisingly few outside of New York and London, mostly in major world cities (San Francisco, Moscow). When I arrived in the dim and sparsely decorated bar, then, I was surprised to see the place nearly empty. Granted, it was cold and stormy by New Orleans standards, so perhaps people were just hunkering down. Still, I expected a bit more of a crowd. Only two bartenders were working that night, and even with perhaps a dozen patrons, they seemed a bit overwhelmed. My companion and I were both fans of rye, so I got a Sazerac and she an old fashioned. Both were fine, though perhaps my expectations were unreasonably high because of its place on a list on the Internet. We moved on to other things that were supposedly specialties of the house. While all very nice, none were so amazing as to change my view of what a cocktail should be. A fine experience, though perhaps not worth the special trip.
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Stephen A Adams
a week ago
Cure's has a posh atmosphere, the typical white tile, high ceilings and a large bar. It's a very cookie cutter bar to me. It's confused. The price point even @ happy hour was $98 for two people. I ordered the charcuterie plate and the selection of cheese was amazing, the Fiore Sardo..... To die for but the server didn't even know what was what when he delivered it. The A/C vent above the prep area needs to be cleaned as well. The bartenders were nice but for the scale and atmosphere I'm sure you're trying to promote there suited elsewhere. They were knowledgable and prompt but not fine dining material. Also some Plugs under the bar... It's 2016. All in all I would dine at Cure again when in NOLA, especially if you keep up the awesome menu!
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Aaron Ciuffo
6 months ago
The folks that work at Cure are serious about cocktails. They aspire to make the best and most representative version of every one. The bar tenders are serious professionals that truly know their craft. Drinks aren't cheap, but they're crafted and meant to be savored and enjoyed, nut pounded.
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Devin Mabens
11 months ago
If you good food and neat plates Cure is the place with their variety of drinks and fun exciting crew its the place too be. Especially couples on dates
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Marcello Sano
4 months ago
Great cocktails, sophisticated atmosphere


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