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"This spot’s former resident was the locally-loved Bridge Lounge and so the care taken in its renovation for its present incarnation is reassuring. Yes, it’s a long, low-ceilinged, windowless room but the polished woods and cowhide rugs give it the feeling of a party-friendly cabin.” - Conde Nast Traveler

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"Set in the heart of the Garden District, Barrel Proof is a pretty serious whiskey bar. The cocktail menu is intriguing and the bartenders are incredibly knowledgable. The interior is particularly beautiful with dark woods and a wood-paneled ceiling. It's a great joint to spend happy hour if you're walking to or from the Garden District from the French Quarter.” - Munchies

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"Page through the binder menu for an extensive array of picks from around the globe including Ireland, Scotland, Japan, and of course the South. Geek out to their selection or go with a $5 “boilermaker,” AKA a shot of Old Grand-Dad whiskey and a glass of Schlitz beer.” - Saveur

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"This dark, wood-paneled bar is popular among the service industry crowd, and with good reason: it boasts 275 whiskey selections is as good for a late-night beer-and-shot combo as it is for a rare Highland Scotch. Whiskey varieties are divided by country, region, and distillery and take up a majority of the menu, although the bar also serves other spirits, beer, and cocktails.” - Fodor’s Travel

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"With literally hundreds of whiskies (288, to be exact—mainly American-made) on the menu, Barrel Proof is essential drinking for any fans of the golden dram. If straight whiskey isn’t your thing, there are a number of great beers and cocktails—try the Topo Chino with bourbon, cold brew coffee, vanilla, walnut bitters and soda water.” - Supercall

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