The Elysian Bar
8 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
About this place
Inspired by the New Orleans' Marigny neighborhood, The Elysian Bar fuses its New World location with Old World roots. The ground floor of the former rectory is now a beautiful public space for hotel guests and locals to enjoy. The old side chapel houses the cafe space that proudly serves locally roasted Congregation Coffee throughout the day. Hotel Peter & Paul has partnered with the team from James Beard nominated Bacchanal to offer niche American wines, specialty cocktails, aperitivo cocktails and locally sourced and seasonally driven cuisine from Chef Alex Harrell. Guests and locals alike are able to enjoy the offerings in the heart of the hotel that has a breezy outdoor courtyard, cozy parlors, sunlit atrium and stunning bar.
Tips from locals
Super cool old church converted into a hotel and amazing bar. A must see!
The Elysian Bar is housed in the magnificent Hotel Peter and Paul, a renovated and repurposed catholic church and school. It's worth stopping by this place just to see the building, as it's one of the finest property renovations in the city. While you're there, grab a coffee in the afternoon, a…
Great restaurant and bar inside the rectory of a historic church turned hotel. Coffee 7am-3pm Restaurant and Bar 10:30am-12am
I just discovered this place. AMAZING. So beautiful. Really lovely courtyard. Go for coffee, or drinks and snacks.
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