Baroness Specialty Cocktails
Baroness Specialty Cocktails
Bartender’s choice of seasonal flavors. Made fresh daily.
Little Boy Blue
Vodka, lemon juice, simple syrup, blueberries, sage, lavender.
Malibu rum, fresh lime juice, simple syrup.
Gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, fresh pineapple and ginger.
Bourbon, Barenjager, basil, blackberries, lemon juice, simple syrup, ginger ale.
Blood & Smoke
Islay scotch, Cherry Heering brandy, Carpano Antica vermouth, orange juice.
Très Agaves Blanco tequila, Hum, Chartreuse, lime juice, agave nectar, strawberries, champagne.
Très Agaves Blanco tequila, jalapeno, grapefruit juice, agave nectar, bitters.
Flower Power Fizz
Vodka, fresh lemon juice and muddled strawberries, topped with champagne and hibiscus flower garnish.
Balanced pairing of gin, floral notes and citrus. Lemon Twist
A refreshingly elegant take on the Bee’s Knees; botanical gin, fresh lemon and our house-made vanilla honey syrup.
New Orleans Classic Cocktails
Holy Trinity Bloody Mary
Fun Fact: Invented in the 1920’s or 1930’s by a bartender working at a famous bar in Paris.
Sazerac Rye whiskey, herbasint, sugar, water, peychaud bitters | Fun Fact: Invented in 1838 by creole apothecary, Antoine Peychaud in his shop on Royal Street. It’s said to be America’s first cocktail.
Ramos Gin Fizz
Gin, cream, sugar, lemon, lime, orange flower water, egg white, soda | Fun Fact: invented by Henry C. Ramos in 1888 at his bar, the Imperial Cabinet Saloon on Gravier Street, New Orleans. This is one of the city’s most famous cocktails.
Brandy or Gin, lemon, sugar, champagne | Fun Fact: This champagne cocktail dates back to World War I, and the earliest recipe is said to have been found in 1915.
Superior rum, Gold rum, passion fruit juice, lime, dark rum | Fun Fact: This sweet cocktail dates back to the early 1940’s, when it was invented in New Orleans. It remains a popular “go to” for locals and visitors.
Pimm’s, fresh sour, ginger ale, seasonal fruit, cucumber | Fun Fact: This cocktail was invented in London and is now an imbibers dream drink. Popular in New Orleans because it’s so light and refreshing.
Gin, lemon, simple and Creme de Mure.
Sazerac Rye whiskey, Cognac, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, Peychaud and angostura bitters | Fun Fact: Invented in 1838 by the head bartender of the Monteleone Hotel and is named after the famed French Quarter..Le Vieux Carré (Old Square).
Baroness Special Items & Pitchers
Gasque Mask Shot
We are famous for it | Chartreuse, Stroh and a little flame.
Fresh Market Sangria
A Baroness favorite with seasonal berries.
Wine & Champagne
Albertoni House Red, Cabernet Sauvignon
Albertoni House White, Pinot Grigio
Skeleton Gruner Veltliner
Wine from Austria. Fresh, fruity and most of all, food friendly. Racy wine with explosive flavor. Full expansive finish.
Sea Sun Chardonnay by Caymus
Round, creamy chardonnay with flavors of lemon, cinnamon and oak. Subtle aromas of apple and pineapple.
Torresella Pinot Grigio
Torresella Pinot Grigio Italy. A dry white wine with a straw yellow hue. Aromas of citrus and cut pear, and delicate florals. It is elegant and well-balanced, with a clean, crisp finish.
Bonanza Cabernet Sauvignon
The Seeker, Pinot Noir
Arte Latino, Cava
Angeline Pinot Noir
Daou Sauvignon Blanc
Jamaican Lager balancing malty-sweet and lightly hoppy flavors.
Classic Belgian lager, golden in color with a flora, hop aroma, well-balanced fruity malty sweetness, crisp hop bitterness and a soft dry finish.
Originated in the Czech Republic. Medium-full bodied and characterized by high carbonation and tangy Czech varieties of hops that give floral aromas and a crisp, bitter finish.
Pony (Miller High Life)
Carefully crafted with rich, full body taste. Pony bottles are great tasting, less filling.
Amber is a Munich style lager brewed with crystal malt and Peale hops. Made locally.
Fun drinks for the sober curious. Flavorful and fun.
Zero Proof Cocktails
Flavorful drinks made for the sober curious.
Fresh & refreshing. Made with cucumber, mint and ginger beer. A nice blend of garden herbs including rosemary, thyme and spearmint.
Not your Grandmother’s Shirley Temple. This is muddled strawberry, basil and lemon. A good blend of allspice and Cardamom