Cure: New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix 'em from the Award-Winning Bar

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7.3 X 9.2 X 1.0 inches | 1.85 pounds

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About the Author

Neal Bodenheimer was born and raised in New Orleans. In 2009, he opened his first cocktail bar, Cure, on a flood-damaged stretch of Freret Street. Since then, he has opened several more bars in New Orleans, including Cane & Table, Bellocq, Vals, and Dauphine's, which is in Washington, D.C. In 2018 Cure won a James Beard Award for Best Bar Program. He is the cochair of the board of directors for the Tales of the Cocktail Foundation, a leader in the global cocktail community committed to educating, advancing, and supporting the hospitality industry around the world. Emily Timberlake is a writer and editor based out of Oakland, California. Previously an editor at Ten Speed Press, Timberlake acquired and edited 12 James Beard and IACP Cookbook Award winners. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, Punch, TASTE, and more.


"This book is a loving, and lovely, tribute to New Orleans's rich, heady, and utterly beguiling drinking culture, and the posse of bartenders whose recipes Neal Bodenheimer and Emily Timberlake have managed to pack into these lively pages might be the finest ever assembled. The only problem with this book is that even a few minutes with it and I can only think about downing tools and hightailing it to New Orleans."

--David Wondrich "editor in chief of the Oxford Companion to Spirits and Cocktails"

"New Orleans has always been synonymous with good times and good drinking, but it wasn't until Cure that craft cocktails really found their home in the Big Easy. This beautiful book by the incredible duo of Bodenheimer and Timberlake gives us not only the delicious cocktails that put Cure on the map, but also an homage to the diverse drinking culture of New Orleans. This tribute to a great city and a phenomenal bar is a must for any lover of drinks, travel, or simply fine things."

--Ivy Mix "owner of Leyenda and author of Spirits of Latin America"

"New York is known for its skyscrapers and San Francisco for its fairy-tale fogs. And New Orleans? It's famous for its drinks. Thanks to Bodenheimer and Timberlake, we now have a definitive guidebook to the city's towering landmarks, both vintage and new. If you can't make it to New Orleans, buy this book--it's the next best thing."

--Wayne Curtis "author of And a Bottle of Rum"