Rum-based cocktails and rustic colonial cuisine in Marigny
Cane & Table
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Self-described as a "proto-tiki" cocktail bar, Cane & Table is known for its stellar and largely rum-based drinks, both original and classic. The New York Times says, "cocktails are drawn not from the 20th-century movement that brought us the mai tai and the scorpion, but from its spiritual predecessor out of the Caribbean, an area with complicated and important ties to New Orleans." Served alongside them is a menu of "rustic colonial cuisine" — think black eyed pea fritters, Gulf shrimp toast, and grilled steak with yucca fries.
One of my favorite bars in the quarter. You can always count on getting a refreshing, fancy cocktail. Great small plates!
Cane & Table celebrates Caribbean-Inspired cocktails and cuisine. A James Beard Foundation Outstanding Bar Program semifinalist, Cane & Table is a reprieve in the iconic and bustling New Orleans’ French Quarter.
Located directly next to Coop’s Place, Cane & Table is best known for being a Rum Cocktail bar, but don’t let that confuse you: the food is outstanding. The historic renovation is beautiful to stare at while you eat and enjoy well-crafted cocktails. Or, if you are feeling just a drink sit at the bar…
We really enjoy bringing our friends from out of town here. Charming and great food & drinks! It's also somewhat out of the way in the FQ!
“It feels like New Orleans at this romantic gastropub/french bistro in an old carriage house just off of Jackson Square. Food and cocktails are on point.”
“Our favorite establishment for craft cocktails, conveniently located on the outskirts of the French Quarter.”
“Magical outdoor wine garden with the best cheese plates. Go in the afternoon so you can enjoy the weather or at night after dinner for a little gypsy jazz.”
“This is a nice breakfast place. What I personally like about it is that it is in a neighborhood and patrons can sit outside to enjoy the neighborhood. There is a very nice, relaxed atmosphere about the place. The food’s good too.”