Happy Hour 5-7pm Daily

$6 classic cocktails

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CUISINE

CUISINE
STEAK TARTARE 15

Creekstone Farms Sirloin, Egg Dressing, Shallots, Mashed Capers, Fresh Herbs, Fingerling Chips

MAITAKE MUSHROOMS 15

Creamy La Pride Gristmill Polenta, Braising Jus, ShavedAgedParmigianoReggiano

A BOWL OF PUFFED PORK SKINS 6

Cure Seasoning

BEETS AND CHEVRE 9

Locally Sourced Beets, Citrus Veneer, Buttermilk Chevre, Micro Greens

EGGS MAYONNAISE 6

Tarragon and Chive

COUNTRY AND HAM PLATE 14

Allen Benton's 16 Month Aged Ham, Biscuits, Whipped Steen’s Cane Syrup and Mustard

THE CUREWICH 9

Fried Eggs, Cheddar, Braised Bacon, Weiss Guys Roll

CHEESE
GREEN HILL

Washed Rind Cow Georgia, Sweet Grass Dairy, soft & creamy

CHIRIBOGA

Raw Cow Blue Germany, Obere Mühle Co-operative Dairy, rich & buttery

HUMBOLDT FOG

Goat California, Cypress Grove, creamy citrus & floral

FIORE SARDO

6 Month Aged Raw Sheep's Milk Sardinia, sweet, salty & smoky

C A B O T

Clothbound Chedder Vermont, Cave-Aged, crunchy, rich & salty

DESSERT
MANHATTAN JACK'S DARK CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE 7

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HAPPY HOUR
$6 CLASSIC COCKTAILS
5-7PM DAILY

40% OFF BOTTLES OF WINE ON THURSDAYS

FOR INFORMATION ON PRIVATE PARTIES
CONTACT KATHERINE ENGLAND

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PRESS

Food & Wine Blog: Real Tinctures 4/12

http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/2012/4/26/real-tinctures

Esquire Magazine – May 2011

The Best Bars in America 2011

New York Magazine – April 2010

The Party-Round-the-Clocker.

Edible New Orleans – Jan. 2010

Winter Cocktails at Cure.

The Washington Post – Dec. 2009

In the Big Easy, Go with the flow.

Nola.com – 6/5/2009

Fine food is nothing new to New Orleans, but enjoying it in a bar is a growing trend

New Orleans Magazine – 6/2009

Restaurant Insider

Travel & Leisure – April 2011

America’s Best Cocktail Bars.

Food & Wine Magazine – April 2010

A Madly Stylish Party in New Orleans.

Humid Beings – Dec 2009

Making Spirits Bright: Tales of the Toddy.

About Us

Traditionally cocktail bars have been bastions of civility and sophistication. Different from saloons where the point was to become inebriated rapidly and economically, the cocktail bar was a place where ladies and gentlemen went to socialize in a productive and cultured way. Inspired by the historical period when cocktails grew out of medicine and home remedies, our idea at Cure is to reintroduce our guests to another time where the experience of having a cocktail and a bite to eat was both healthful and enjoyable.

 

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 LOCATION, HOURS & CONTACT

4905 Freret Street
New Orleans LA 70115
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504.302.2357
Sunday - Thursday 5pm - 12am
Friday - Saturday 5pm - 2am

info@curenola.com