Garden & Gun
Antoine Peychaud’s New Orleans Legacy Lives on in a New Bar
By JENNY ADAMS
“There is no singular person who has had more influence in shaping cocktails in New Orleans than Antoine Peychaud,” says Neal Bodenheimer, a co-owner and founder of three of the city’s most respected dining and drinking spots.
I gaze around the apothecary and cocktail pioneer’s former residence at 727 Toulouse Street. What would have been his street-level entertaining space in the 1830s is now the French Quarter’s newest cocktail bar, aptly named Peychaud’s.
July 30, 2021
Eater New Orleans
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Peychaud’s is the newest spot from the Cure Co. team — whose portfolio includes acclaimed Freret Street cocktail bar Cure, the French Quarter’s Cane & Table, and the newer Vals, also on Freret Street. It opened Thursday, May 6, inside the Hotel Maison de Ville at 727 Toulouse Street, serving a menu of all drinks —
July 9, 2021
Raising the Bars in New Orleans
Always known for its cocktail culture, right now the city’s historic drinks—the ramos gin fizz, obituary, and roffignac, to name a few—
June 25, 2021
For the new Sazerac Cocktail Week, New Orleans toasts its official cocktail
For aficionados, the Sazerac is more than just a cocktail, more even than a classic cocktail.
It is the palate-opener before a great Creole meal, the standing order at countless New Orleans restaurants. Its deep scarlet color in a glass fogged with chill can signal relief at the end of a hot day, and it can equally serve as an aromatic winter warmer when the city’s epic humidity turns cold.
For some, the Sazerac is also an emblem of
June 16, 2021
The Daily Beast
Cocktails in the Time of Corona: Opening a Bar in a Pandemic
I can’t plan anymore. The only thing I know how to do is react.
Planning requires stability and the past 13 months have been anything but stable for my world, the hospitality industry. Somehow even during the worst periods of history, time passes, life moves on and there are silver linings. All that being said,
June 2, 2021
New Orleans Gambit
Peychaud's is New Orleans' newest French Quarter cocktail bar
By WILL COVIELLO
Peychaud's, New Orleans' newest cocktail bar, officially opens Thursday inside the Hotel Maison de Ville at 727 Toulouse St.
It's the latest project from Cure Co., which includes the bar Cure and the Mexican restaurant Vals on Freret Street and Cane & Table in the French Quarter.
Named for New Orleans' famous brand of bitters, Peychaud's will focus on
May 3, 2021
Big Easy Magazine
Teamwork Leads to Success for Entrepreneur Neal Bodenheimer
Despite the hardships the pandemic has posed for many business owners in the service industry, entrepreneur Neal Bodenheimer and his highly motivated partners successfully pivoted their existing operations and even opened three new venues – Peychaud’s, Dauphine and Val’s on Freret. Neal is the husband of Kea Sherman, former candidate for state representative and co-founder of Les Femmes PAC, a political action committee dedicated to electing Democratic women.
Through his company CureCo, he also operates the premier cocktail bar Cure as well as the French Quarter restaurant Cane & Table.
May 23, 2021
French Quarter bar Peychaud’s takes a page, and name, from New Orleans cocktail history
By IAN MCNULTY
Just off Bourbon Street, a tiny new French Quarter bar is stepping into some very big shoes of New Orleans cocktail history.
Peychaud's debuts this weekend at 727 Toulouse St. as part of the Hotel Maison De Ville, extending into the lush courtyard of the small hotel. It’s the latest from Neal Bodenheimer and his partners at Cure Co., which runs the Uptown bar Cure and the restaurants Cane & Table and Vals.
April 30, 2021