In April 2018, Nola’s Creole & Cocktails opened on Cherry Street, one of Tulsa’s busiest commercial districts. The restaurant, which is housed in the basement of a former elementary school, pays homage to the Prohibition Era in every aspect of the business, including the delectable food and drinks, the vintage artwork and relics, and even the structure itself. For guests who are planning to host a private gathering, Nola’s Creole & Cocktails offers different themed spaces: the French Quarter, Prohibition Room, and Napoleon Room. Each has its own distinct style and ambiance.
Nola’s Creole & Cocktails is a casual, speakeasy-style restaurant and handmade cocktail bar with Cajun-Creole influences. It offers real Prohibition-era beverages and top-notch Cajun-Creole food to the Greater Tulsa area. The staff provides a huge selection of foods and beverages to satisfy anyone seeking an actual New Orleans-style experience. The bar serves zero-proof cocktails for non-alcoholic drinkers. Try the Coffee Old Fashioned by Tyler Reid. It is made with cirque cold brew coffee, orange peel, agave, Winship tobacco bitters, and bitter cube cherry bark vanilla bitters. Meanwhile, the Hoochless Hurricane is made with housemade Fassionola and fresh lime juice. You can choose your preferred flavor of Fassionola for this as they have strawberry, mango, hibiscus, pineapple, and passionfruit.
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