Bayou Bar

The Bayou Bar at our New Orleans Hotel is where the New Orleans Saints football franchise was christened in 1966, offers a casual tavern-style ambiance warmed by exposed wood. Once a drinking den for both Sinatra and Capote, The Bayou Bar features an extensive whiskey and beer list. Uptown locals and visitors alike have the option to hang out at the rollicking Steinway piano, the intimate tables or the shotgun bar.


  • Sunday – Thursday: 5p – 11p
  • Friday & Saturday: 5p – 12a

Featuring live music: Tuesday – Saturday

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The Silver Whistle Café

The Silver Whistle was the Garden District’s power house coffee shop where the city’s judges, lawyers, and oil scions came to snag the coveted 10-top and gossip politics. The 10-top has returned to uptown New Orleans along with the high quality coffee program and craveable grab-and-go breakfast and lunch bites.


  • Sunday – Saturday: 7a – 11a

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Jack Rose

Located on Pontchartrain’s ground floor, Jack Rose brings an eclectic and fun dining experience to the Garden District. The lively atmosphere encourages spontaneous celebration, whether enjoying dinner in the Jack or Rose Rooms, hosting an escapade in the Mile High Pie Club, snacking on small plates under the Lil Wayne portrait in the Living Room, or sipping sparkling rosé in the garden Patio.


  • Wednesday – Saturday: 5p – 10p
  • Saturday & Sunday: 11a – 2p


Hot Tin-Rooftop Bar

The jewel in the crown of the Pontchartrain Hotel, the rooftop bar, 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.

The restaurant is operating at full capacity.


  • Sunday – Thursday: 2p – 12a
  • Friday & Saturday: 2p – 2a