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Atop the Pontchartrain Hotel in the Garden District, Hot Tin has one of the best rooftop views in town, and sports the chic look (and booze) of a 1940s writer's loft with patterned-tile floors, a tin roof (of course), antique knick-knacks on shelves, comfy couches, and exceptional cocktails. The bar's designer created the space as an homage to Tennessee Williams, who was rumored to have lived there while writing A Streetcar Named Desire. Make like Williams and order craft concoctions such as the Nova Lee (Bulldog gin, Galliano, Luxardo, chamomile, thyme, bitters) and Sweater Weather (Bulleit rye, Laird's Applejack, cinnamon, Herbsaint).

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Hot Tin

Hot Tin

Atop the Pontchartrain Hotel in the Garden District, Hot Tin has one of the best rooftop views in town, and sports the chic look (and booze) of a 1940s writer's loft with patterned-tile floors, a tin roof (of course), antique knick-knacks on shelves, comfy couches, and exceptional cocktails. The bar's designer created the space as an homage to Tennessee Williams, who was rumored to have lived there while writing A Streetcar Named Desire. Make like Williams and order craft concoctions such as the Nova Lee (Bulldog gin, Galliano, Luxardo, chamomile, thyme, bitters) and Sweater Weather (Bulleit rye, Laird's Applejack, cinnamon, Herbsaint).