Extra Pale Lager (NJ)
All Day IPA (MI)
California Lager (CA)
Bombshell, Blonde Ale (TX)
Jack the Sipper, Extra Special Bitter (MS)
Classique, Farmhouse Ale (MD)
American IPA (GA)
Envie, American Pale Ale (LA)
Witte, Belgian Spiced Wheat Ale (NY)
Old Rasputin, Russian Imperial Stout (CA)
Fierce, Berliner Weisee (IL)
Olives, Spiced Nuts & House Pickles
Hook's Two-Year Cheddar, Pepper Jelly Texas Toast
Niman Ranch Bacon, Sun-dried tomato, Frisee
Creekstone Farms Sirloin, Spicy Tuna Style Sauce
Bellegarde Sourdough,Fourme D'Ambert Blue Cheese, Pecans
Silky Duck Liver Pate, Local Honey, Pink Peppercorn
Louisiana Crawfish, Piquillo Peppers, Aioli
Creekstone Farms Angus Beef, Creamy Polenta, San Marzano Tomato Sauce, Grana Padanna
Salami, Provolone, Calbrian Chile, Dill Pickle
Pasteurized Cow's Milk, Sweet Grass Dairy, soft & creamy
Pasteurized Goat’s Milk; Catalonia, Spain
Pastrurized Buffalo Milk; Lombardy, Italy.
Pasturized Sheep's Milk; Friesland, Holland
Pasturized Cow's Milk; Oregon, USA
Rich Chocolate, Sea Salt
5-7PM MON. – THURS. / 3-7PM FRI, SAT & SUN
40% OFF BOTTLES OF WINE ON THURSDAYS
Cure is an adult BAR that only permits entry to ages 21 & Up (This includes babies)
FOR INFORMATION ON PRIVATE PARTIES
CONTACT LEILA WYLIE WAGNER
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Behind the bar at Cure in New Orleans.
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The Best Bars in America 2011
America’s Best Cocktail Bars.
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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.