The traditional New Orleans-style daiquiri shop is often trimmed in neon, generally found along main drags and typically decked in colors as bright at their signature drinks. These shops are hard to miss. But lately, the daiquiri has been finding a home in a broader range of bars and restaurants. Here’s a scouting report on some of the options out there.

Booty’s Street Food

800 Louisa St., (504) 266-2887; bootysnola.com

The signature Bywater bomber, a blend of rum, juices, rosewater and bitters, was joined recently by the Bangkok blizzard, mellow and fragrant with lychee fruit and Thai basil, served in a cocktail class and garnished with a lime wedge.

Freret Street Publiq House

4528 Freret St., (504) 826-9912; publiqhouse.com

A music club with the largest selection of “new-school” daiquiris, here dubbed frozen cocktails, with at least a half-dozen flavors, including the fruit juice and rum blend known as the crawgator.

The Organic Banana

1100 N. Peters St., (504) 587-7903

A day-drinker’s find, making fresh fruit daiquiris to order from a stand in the French Market.

The Rusty Nail

1100 Constance St., (504) 525-5515; therustynail.biz

The Pimm’s Cup daiquiri is in constant rotation alongside the disco lemonade, a snowy whip of vodka and sake.

The Saint

961 St. Mary St., (504) 523-0050; thesaintneworleans.com

The beer taps at this backstreet bar are flanked by a quartet of daiquiri dispensers, recently stocked with Irish coffee, margarita, jungle juice and a watermelon/cucumber/basil combination.

St. Lawrence

219 N. Peters St., (504) 525-4111; saintlawrence nola.com

This gastropub doubles as another outlet for the mellow tang of Pimm’s Cup daiquiris, with alternates like blueberry and basil, as well.

Spitfire

1135 Decatur St., (504) 524-9822

Two rather exotic finds powered by liqueurs from New Orleans-based specialty bar supplier Bittermens include a Tepache-Rita (made from fermented pineapple) and the frozen Mo, a grapefruit mimosa with sparking wine, juice and a cinnamon and bitter orange.

There’s always room for coffee, and these three Irish pubs have long blurred the difference between postprandial and daiquiri with frozen Irish coffee drinks.

Erin Rose

811 Conti St., (504) 523-8619; erinrosebar.com

Finn McCool’s Irish Pub

3701 Banks St., (504) 486-9080; finnmccools.com

Molly’s at the Market

1107 Decatur St., (504) 525-5169; mollysatthemarket.net