From Contemporary Twists
to Vintage Cocktails

Thanks to Antoine Peychaud, New Orleans had one of the strongest influences on the history of cocktails of any city in the country. Although Peychaud originally used his family bitters recipe for medicinal purposes, he secured a place in cocktail history for mixing the tonic with brandy and serving the spiced coquetiers on Royal Street. The non-French speaking population pronounced the word “cock-tay” which led to imbibers slurring the word into “cocktail,” as it is known today. Driven by the city’s sophistication during a time that shaped the cocktail culture in the United States, Restaurant R’evolution plans to maintain and advance New Orleans’ cocktail legacy.

Restaurant R’evolution will feature chef-driven, seasonal cocktails inspired by Pre-Prohibition-era libations. The bar and cocktail program will focus on classic, “gilded age” cocktails, reimagined through a modern lens and emphasizing fresh ingredients. The seasonally changing drinks will complement the restaurant’s menu.

Offerings will range from riffs on old-fashioned mixtures such as the Sazerac and classic aperitifs, to cocktails made with small-batch spirits and hand-crafted ingredients such as Creole bitters, Cherry Bounce, absinthe and chef-crafted ratafias infused with flavors from camelia, persimmon and blancs. A large portion of the fresh produce and herbs used at Bar R’evolution will be grown at Chef John Folse’s White Oak Plantation in Baton Rouge, LA.

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Saints Royale
Royale Trouillard Champagne, Belvedere Unfiltered Intense Vodka, Lemon, Gold Leaf - 15

Colts Neck
Apple Brandy, Vermouth, Lemon - 13

Blackthorn #2
Sloe Gin, Vermouth, Bitters - 15

The Partnership
Aperol, Pimm's #1, Fernet Branca - 10

Dutch Sling
Genever, Luxardo, Lemon - 12

Comfort and Joy
Glenmorangie Lasanta, Averna, Cynar, Lillet Rouge - 20

The Decision
Rye, Armagnac, Bitters - 18

Tropical Storm
Rum, Passion Fruit, Bitters - 14

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BEER  download pdf

Our beer list is dynamic and in constant transition with the ever-changing market of craft brewing.

"30th Street Pale Ale" 13
Green Flash Brewing Company, American Pale Ale, 22oz

"Imperial Biscotti Break" 24
Evil Twin Brewing, American Double Stout, 22oz

"Chimay Grande Reserve" 13
Bičres de Chimay S.A., Belgian Strong Dark Ale, 11.2oz

"Duvel" 9
Brouwerij Duvel Moortgat NV, Belgian Strong Pale Ale, 11.2oz

"L'Amoureuse Blanche" 15
Brasserie Trois Dames, Wild Ale brewed with grapes and aged in White Wine Barrels, 11.2oz

"Founders Porter" 8
Founders Brewing Company, American Porter, 12oz

“Breakfast Stout” 9
Founders Brewing Company, American Stout with Oats, Chocolate and Coffee, 12oz

"Hanssens Gueuze" 17
Hanssens Artisanaal bvba, Oude Gueuze Lambic, 11.2oz

"St. Bernardus Abt 12" 13
Brouwerij St. Bernardus, Quadrupel, 11.2oz

"Orval Trappist Ale" 13
Brasserie d'Orval S.A., Belgian Pale Ale, 11.2oz

"Divine Reserve 14" 11
Saint Arnold Brewing Co., Belgian Style Strong Golden Ale, 12oz

"Hottenroth" 15
The Bruery, Berliner-Style Sour Wheat Beer, 750ml

"Trade Winds Tripel" 16
The Bruery, Belgian-Style Golden Ale Brewed With Rice and Thai Basil, 750ml

"Saison Rue" 19
The Bruery, Saison with Rye, 750ml

"Sucre Anniversary Ale" 45
The Bruery, Bourbon Barrel Aged English-Style Old Ale Blended Using the Solera Process, 750ml

“Le Freak” 16
Green Flash Brewing Company, Belgian-Style IPA, 22oz

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