The Saint Hotel, New Orleans, French Quarter, Autograph Collection

Dining The Saint Hotel, New Orleans, French Quarter, Autograph Collection

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Burgundy Bar

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Indulge in craft cocktails and get lost in the spirit of the city at Burgundy Bar, our sumptuously appointed den of vice, featuring wickedly delicious signature cocktails and spirits.

Mon-Wed,Sat-Sun
Closed
Thu-Fri
6:00 PM-1:00 AM

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