C&T’s “sophisticated faded” decor is marked by distressed plaster and brick walls, sparkly chandeliers, a gleaming white-marble bar top, and a slim, sexy patio. But rum (that’s the cane) is the star, mixed with housemade ingredients and squeezed-to-order juice by some of New Orleans’ most revered craft cocktail revivalists. They call it proto-tiki; we call it high-culture colonialism. The complex flavors may not be for everyone, so start with the C&T Colada. Excellent small and large plates follow the Latin/Caribbean tide: Share the brussels sprouts, but bogart the pepper-jelly ribs. Love.