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Getting lit at Victory Bar

Getting lit at Victory Bar

My garnish, that is.

I’d gone to Victory Bar to wish them a belated birthday (Daniel Victory’s venue turned three earlier this month) and to meet up with the bar’s new co-owner, Camille Whitworth.

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IHeartNOLA.com

IHeartNOLA.com Explores Victory

“With the steady expansion of the Downtown/CBD, top-of-his-game bartender/owner Daniel Victory opened his ode to craft cocktails, Victory. Besides his namesake, Daniel brought along his genre bending use of ingredients coupled with centuries old tried and true recipes.”

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GO NOLA

Victory is a Hot Saints Game Day Spot

“Time to enjoy the victory! Looking to celebrate with a few great cocktails? Sainte Marie, Lucky Rooster and Victory are all within a stones throw of the Dome.”

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OffBeat

A Victorious Review by OffBeat Magazine

“A visit to Victory opens with perhaps the city’s only amuse bouche cocktail, which on a recent visit combined bourbon, blackberry, citrus and egg white shaken into a frothy concoction that maintains perfect balance between bitter and sweet. Classic cocktails are on offer, including the original daiquiris, showcasing the power of simplicity.”

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Nightclub.com

NOLA’s Victory Bar Serves Mixology with a Touch of Class — and Economy

“We want the old classic cocktails on the menu, especially the Sazerac and Ramos Gin Fizz; we also want people to know about mixology and ‘edible cocktails’ such as Mojitos. I’ll do a lime and simple syrup rum gelatin with a mint syrup on top to be cut with a fork and knife. We want to push the envelope of what we can do with our palate, says Victory.”

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New Orleans Magazine

Daniel Victory Creates Cocktail Classics for New Orleans Magazine

“First thing to mention is the importance of using fresh ingredients. It simply makes a far superior cocktail. Next, you want to find a bartender who enjoys their craft of creating a well-made and balanced drink. And perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind is to put yourself in a place where the atmosphere makes the imbibing experience that much more pleasurable.”

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