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Where To Grab A Frozen Drink n New Orleans Right Now

Cool off with these daiquiris, wine slushies & more

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With the temperatures starting to reach into the oppressively hot category, the news is all abuzz this week with frozen drink hotspots and new wine slushies.

So have no fear, here is a vital update to the daiquiri map. These frozen drinks cover everything from drive through to fine dining.

Also huge for daiq lovers— Catahoula should be debuting its outdoor blender bar in the very near future as well, so do stay tuned for updates.

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This local favorite on Elysian Fields and Rampart is home to some of the strongest daiqs in town including the Soulja Slim, and the Eminem (all the whites).

Big Easy Daiquiris

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Big Easy Daiquiris have locations all throughout the Quarter, and while it can feel rather touristy, the point of their frozen daiqs is to obliterate all feeling together, would you say? [Photo: Facebook]

Daiquiri Chef

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For all your daiq needs in New Orleans East.

Cajun Daiquiri and Cafe

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This great little stop on the way to the Barataria Preserve offers drive-thru and counter service, and also serves an array of Cajun specialties.

Finn McCool's Irish Pub

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The frozen Irish coffee (aka the Irish daiquiri) can be found at various Irish Pubs in town, but Finn McCool's does a legit version in Mid City.

Compère Lapin

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Abigail Gullo serves up daiquiris with a true tropical flair, such as the Abuelita Daiquiri with cachaca, lime, plaintains, and coffee, and lots of seasonal concoctions at this Warehouse District gem.

bourrée

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The minds behind Boucherie and the Big Purple BBQ Truck opened a daiq and wing shack that serves up traditional frozen daiqs in seasonal flavors. The gin & tonic daiq is served year round, because local cucumbers can be acquired thusly.

Saint Lawrence

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Seasonal fruits turned into daiqs served icy cold in the French Quarter. Year round fave Pimms Cup daiq is always a crowd pleaser.

Saint Bar & Lounge

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Check out the Saint's intriguing daiq menu, which includes classics like margarita, frozen irish coffee and seasonal offerings like ginger peach and watermelon cucumber flavors right now.

Willa Jean

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This brunch mecca is home to a killer frozen boozy coffee, but its new win slushie, the Frose Y'all—yes, a frozen rose— is all the rage right now.

Ace Hotel New Orleans

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If you're lucky enough to make it onto the rooftop for a libation, poolside bar and eatery Alto serves up several frozen drinks, including a play on a bramble (with blackberries and gin) called Purple Rain created by bartender Lucinda Weed.

Bacobar

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Former Commander's Palace chefs Jean-Pierre Guidry and Carl Schaubhut opened this Latin & Asian inspired street food restaurant on the Northshore in early 2016, and it's also home to numerous frozen daiquiri machines that crank out riffs on classics like the French 75, a seasonal lemonade, and more.

Sidney's Saloon

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This low key cocktail bar and dance night hub always has two frozen cocktails up its sleeve, including the lethal Dark N Stormy, and the likes of a sweet horchata, a pina colada, and more seasonal flavors.

Gene's

This local favorite on Elysian Fields and Rampart is home to some of the strongest daiqs in town including the Soulja Slim, and the Eminem (all the whites).

Big Easy Daiquiris

Big Easy Daiquiris have locations all throughout the Quarter, and while it can feel rather touristy, the point of their frozen daiqs is to obliterate all feeling together, would you say? [Photo: Facebook]

Daiquiri Chef

For all your daiq needs in New Orleans East.

Cajun Daiquiri and Cafe

This great little stop on the way to the Barataria Preserve offers drive-thru and counter service, and also serves an array of Cajun specialties.

Finn McCool's Irish Pub

The frozen Irish coffee (aka the Irish daiquiri) can be found at various Irish Pubs in town, but Finn McCool's does a legit version in Mid City.

Compère Lapin

Abigail Gullo serves up daiquiris with a true tropical flair, such as the Abuelita Daiquiri with cachaca, lime, plaintains, and coffee, and lots of seasonal concoctions at this Warehouse District gem.

bourrée

The minds behind Boucherie and the Big Purple BBQ Truck opened a daiq and wing shack that serves up traditional frozen daiqs in seasonal flavors. The gin & tonic daiq is served year round, because local cucumbers can be acquired thusly.

Saint Lawrence

Seasonal fruits turned into daiqs served icy cold in the French Quarter. Year round fave Pimms Cup daiq is always a crowd pleaser.

Saint Bar & Lounge

Check out the Saint's intriguing daiq menu, which includes classics like margarita, frozen irish coffee and seasonal offerings like ginger peach and watermelon cucumber flavors right now.

Willa Jean

This brunch mecca is home to a killer frozen boozy coffee, but its new win slushie, the Frose Y'all—yes, a frozen rose— is all the rage right now.

Ace Hotel New Orleans

If you're lucky enough to make it onto the rooftop for a libation, poolside bar and eatery Alto serves up several frozen drinks, including a play on a bramble (with blackberries and gin) called Purple Rain created by bartender Lucinda Weed.

Bacobar

Former Commander's Palace chefs Jean-Pierre Guidry and Carl Schaubhut opened this Latin & Asian inspired street food restaurant on the Northshore in early 2016, and it's also home to numerous frozen daiquiri machines that crank out riffs on classics like the French 75, a seasonal lemonade, and more.

Sidney's Saloon

This low key cocktail bar and dance night hub always has two frozen cocktails up its sleeve, including the lethal Dark N Stormy, and the likes of a sweet horchata, a pina colada, and more seasonal flavors.

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