The jewel in the crown of the Pontchartrain Hotel, the rooftop space, boasts a breathtaking 270-degree view of the Mississippi River and downtown New Orleans. Behind this bar, guests find elevated cocktails and champagne.
The space captures the look and feel of a 1940s artist loft with nods to American playwright, Tennessee Williams, who lived at the hotel while writing A Streetcar Named Desire.
7/22/2020 Update: We are expanding Jack Rose Restaurant service to the rooftop while bars in Louisiana are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. We have instituted some changes so that we can operate as a full-service restaurant that adheres to the Mayor and Governor’s guidelines. Following CDC guidelines, masks are required for entry, and we will check each guest’s temperature upon arrival. You may remove the mask once seated. We are so excited to see you!
Wednesday-Saturday from 5pm-10pm
Sunday from 11am-3pm