A characterful Louisiana-themed cocktail bar serving punchy cocktails and Southern-style snacks beneath a titillating voodoo décor.
Behind the shuttered windows at 62 Rue Notre-Dame de Lorette, restaurateurs Joseph Biolatto et Julien Escot have built their own little slice of bayou: a charming Louisiana-themed cocktail bar called Le Bâton Rouge. The space is small, refined and very appealing, with soft, dim lighting and voodoo décor. Against one wall, tiny painted skulls hover menacingly on ‘bloody’ spikes.
The cocktails (from €8-€13) are original and strongly dosed. We liked the Nola Fizz (Plymouth, fresh lemon juice, Bols Yogurt Liqueur, blood orange liqueur and sugar) and the Lait de Pélican (Jim Beam, Suprême Denoix, cajun-spiced maple syrup, egg yolk, milk and nutmeg).
The bar also serves Southern-style snacks, including juicy Pork ribs and Po’boy sandwiches.
|Venue name:||Le Baton Rouge|
62 rue de Notre-Dame de Lorette
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 6pm-2am|