Partner Feature—Four Seasons New Orleans!

Congregation Coffee is used throughout the Four Seasons in New Orleans. In both restaurants—Miss River and Chemin a la Mer—the Chandelier Bar, and In Room Dining. They serve coffee classics in both expected and unexpected ways, always with the upmost attention to quality and detail. 

Let's go on a tour!

When you walk into the hotel, expect to spend a moment or two stunned at the sparkly spectacle of the Chandelier Bar's namesake chandelier.

An enormous crystal chandelier dangles over the Chandelier Bar.


After you recover, you can find our coffee served in your classic espresso drinks and the espresso martini.

A perfect espresso martini

Round the corner from the Chandelier Bar is Miss River.

A decorative vessel holding cocktail books

Again, feel free to reel at the beauty of this restaurant before settling in for your West Bank Irish, a Vietnamese-style coffee with condensed milk and Congregation Coffee along with Jameson, coffee liqueur, Vietnamese cinnamon and nutmeg, garnished with gold leaf. 

A glass mug holding a creamy coffee cocktail with gold leaf along the side

You don't have to drink gold leaf to be fancy, though. Indulge in a cup of drip coffee, the Four Seasons's special blend roasted here at Congregation, or a cappuccino created with a shot of Gallop Blend.

A cappuccino on a rounded tabletop

Upstairs is Donald Link's Chemin a la Mer with incredible views of the Mississippi River and the pool. Hit all the classics in this sophisticated space, including a refreshing riverside cold brew!

An espresso martini and a luxuriously frothy Irish Coffee.

An espresso martini flanked by gift bags of the Four Seasons Blend

Cream swirls into a cold brew iced coffee on the terrace overlooking the Mississippi River.