Galatoire’s “33” Bar & Steak will host an exclusive tasting of its new WhistlePig “33” Single Barrel 10-Year Rye on Tuesday, May 3, at 6 p.m.

          In the heart of Vermont, WhistlePig Rye is distilled in a unique copper pot designed by world-renowned Master Distiller Dave Pickerell, and then aged in custom charred barrels built from the farm’s very own Vermont White Oak. The “33” Single Barrel 10-Year Rye is a limited item that you’ll want to take advantage of before it’s gone. During this tasting, guests will be able to pre-purchase their very own bottle to savor at every visit to Galatoire’s “33” Bar & Steak. All bottles will be priced at $200, and will come with a personalized brass medallion.

          Guests in attendance will also enjoy complimentary rye tastings, drink specials and hand-crafted canapés from Galatoire’s Executive Chef Michael Sichel. Doug Ward, WhistlePig specialist, will provide insight into developing this special barrel prior to the tasting.

Gaufrette Potatoes
Foie Gras Powder
Lamb Tartare
Roasted Pine Nuts, Wonton Chip and Orange Zest
House-Cured Bacon
Burnt Honey and Candied Pecans
Mini Pecan Pie

          The WhistlePig tasting of the exclusive “33” Single Barrel 10-Year Rye is free and open to the public. For additional details, call (504) 525-6022.

Hours of Operation:

Dining Room Sunday: Noon-10pm, CLOSED Monday, Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30am-10pm
Bar Sunday: 11:30am-til, Tuesday-Saturday 11am-til

Galatoire's dress code is business casual for lunch.  No shorts or t-shirts.  Jackets are required for gentlemen starting at 5 p.m. nightly and all day Sunday.

Hours of Operation

Dinner Tuesday - Sunday: 5:30-10pm

Lunch Tuesday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm

Bar Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - til

Brunch Saturday - Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm

Dining and Banquet Rooms are Business Casual.  Long Pants and Collared Shirts Required.


The Galatoire Foundation provides unique educational and cultural-enriched opportunities to improve the lives of young people.  The foundation donates scholarships to local universities and participates in cooking events to benefit local schools.

The foundation is dedicated to the people of New Orleans and will leave a legacy on a region that has patronized Galatoire's for generations.