Napoleon House

Posted on: Jun. 09, 2022 | | By: Wayne Curtis

Napoleon House
500 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA

Pimm’s Cup
“A tradition that defies substantiation,” wrote early cocktail chronicler Stanley Clisby Arthur. He was referring to the persistent myth that the building was constructed for Napoleon’s exile, but it could apply to the Pimm’s Cup — a British drink served in a dusky building with a history that dates back to 1806. Pro tip: Enjoy one of the bar’s muffuletta with your Pimm’s Cup.


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