1 for $6 | 3 for $17 | grand charcuterie board $29
sausage of the day
1 for $6 | 3 for $17 | artisanal cheese board $29
flor d'arancio blue
bleu mont cheddar
nababbo goat taleggio
sennerkase with fenugreek
green gucci suit
a bright and refreshing cocktail with fresh parsley, hayman's old tom gin, anise liqueur and cardamom
juicy with a hint of bitter, buffalo trace bourbon is complemented with Louisiana blood oranges, solerno blood orange liqueur, thyme syrup and amaro montenegro
a refined twist on the tiki classic scorpion, with barsol pisco, diplomatico dark rum, falernum, grand marnier and smoked chili for an extra kick
cachaça's distinct flavor is complemented with Louisiana strawberries, vanilla and lime for this polished and refreshing spritzer
house-infused mezcal with orange peel and cinnamon, along with maraschino liqueur and peach make this a delicate yet complex cocktail
TABLESIDE SAZERAC FOR TWO
new orleans first cocktail prepared tableside with peychaud's bitters, herbsaint, and lemon
stagg jr kentucky straight bourbon
thomas h. handy sazerac rye
CLASSIC WITH A TWIST
pre-prohibition version of the official cocktail of new orleans, using remy martin 1738, herbsaint legendre and peychaud's bitters
light and fruity, choose from berries, brandy and red wine or berries, citrus and white wine
barrel-aged vieux carré
invented in and named after the most historic part of the city, barrel aging the cocktail blends bulleit rye whiskey, carpano antica sweet vermouth, and torres 15 year brandy into a smooth sipper on the rocks
a new orleans classic with carribean influence, wray & nephew overproof rum, don q white rum, zaya dark rum, with passion fruit, hibiscus, pineapple
brought to popularity by britain's top-most secret agent, our version is made with absolut elyx, hendrick's gin and lillet blanc
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Daily: 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Located on the famed St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, Delmonico, the legendary, century-old institution, is an icon in the restaurant industry and has been a cornerstone of traditional Creole dining since 1895. Reopened by Emeril Lagasse in 1998 after an extensive historic renovation, Delmonico continues today serving a modern style of Louisiana's Creole cuisine with Emeril's warm style of service in a grand setting.