Bourbon Street Bar and Grille

★★★★★
Visit the bayou by way of midtown, at this rollicking New Orleans-style saloon.
  • 346 W 46th St 1

    New York, NY 10036

    Cross street: nr. Eighth Ave.

    Map & Directions
  • 212-245-2030

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We tried their normal prix fixe menu during lunch. The place wasn't packed and we were seated promptly. \r
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For my starter, I went with the house salad. It had a very tasty and light dressing. My friends chose the seafood gumbo, which

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★★★★★

We tried their normal prix fixe menu during lunch. The place wasn't packed and we were seated promptly. \r
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For my starter, I went with the house salad. It had a very tasty and light dressing. My friends chose the seafood gumbo, which

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There was no cajun or creole food to be found in this NOLA wanna-be BAR. I ordered crawfish etuffe, I received a Brown gumbo like substance. They didn't have any real seafood options and I can say for certain that the crawfish tails

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★★★★★

There was no cajun or creole food to be found in this NOLA wanna-be BAR. I ordered crawfish etuffe, I received a Brown gumbo like substance. They didn't have any real seafood options and I can say for certain that the crawfish tails

Pros: Building style and Hurricanes

Cons: Everything else....

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Have you been to New Orleans? No? Well this is the next best thing to the Big Easy in the heart of Manhattan - Hell's Kitchen. Located in the middle of Restaurant Row, this New Orleans-themed restaurant is a mix between classy after work

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★★★★★

Have you been to New Orleans? No? Well this is the next best thing to the Big Easy in the heart of Manhattan - Hell's Kitchen. Located in the middle of Restaurant Row, this New Orleans-themed restaurant is a mix between classy after work

Pros: Appetizers, Hurricanes, Staff

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My boyfriend loves cajun food and I decided to surprise him by taking him here for his B-Day. The place is awesome. The decor makes you feel like your on the true Bourban St in New Orleans. The food is great, and the drinks were cheap for New York. The best part was their chocolate souffle :) The only minor thing was they are a bit pricy but nothing to outrageous, considering its in New York and on resteraunt row. He loves it, we've been back there twice already.

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★★★★★

My boyfriend loves cajun food and I decided to surprise him by taking him here for his B-Day. The place is awesome. The decor makes you feel like your on the true Bourban St in New Orleans. The food is great, and the drinks were cheap for New York. The best part was their chocolate souffle :) The only minor thing was they are a bit pricy but nothing to outrageous, considering its in New York and on resteraunt row. He loves it, we've been back there twice already.

Pros: Drinks, Food, dessert

Cons: A bit pricy

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This review is really for the Sugartone Brass Band, I went many times to Jockomos, their old home !. Now since a huge Mardi Gras sucess at this Midtown Bar, the have started a once a month gig, Chubby Tuesday is like a Fat Tuesday Rehersal !. it's a wild time and the bar does a great job hosting the best second line band north of N'awlins. We have a duty to make this work for the sake of the music !. Jockomos is no more and a band needs a home so here's the deal, 6.30 to 9.30 on the last Tuesday of each month. $5 Hurricanes, Half price Abita's and some ragin cajun to boot. Visit www.sugartonebrass,com or www.bourbonny,com to sign up for the email reminders then watch the inbox. I'll be there !.

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★★★★★

This review is really for the Sugartone Brass Band, I went many times to Jockomos, their old home !. Now since a huge Mardi Gras sucess at this Midtown Bar, the have started a once a month gig, Chubby Tuesday is like a Fat Tuesday Rehersal !. it's a wild time and the bar does a great job hosting the best second line band north of N'awlins. We have a duty to make this work for the sake of the music !. Jockomos is no more and a band needs a home so here's the deal, 6.30 to 9.30 on the last Tuesday of each month. $5 Hurricanes, Half price Abita's and some ragin cajun to boot. Visit www.sugartonebrass,com or www.bourbonny,com to sign up for the email reminders then watch the inbox. I'll be there !.

Pros: Sweet Sounds

Cons: Only Once a Month

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I wasn't sure about this place when it opened on my block but a few visits seemed pretty solid, then last Tuesday I saw balloons and a line outside ????. A girlfriend reminded me it was Fat Tuesday so we decided to check it out. All I can say is what a party. Girls on the bar and Jazz on the balcony with beads everywhere. Can we all say Mardi Gras... When are they going to have the guys on the bar for us to throw beads at ???

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★★★★★

I wasn't sure about this place when it opened on my block but a few visits seemed pretty solid, then last Tuesday I saw balloons and a line outside ????. A girlfriend reminded me it was Fat Tuesday so we decided to check it out. All I can say is what a party. Girls on the bar and Jazz on the balcony with beads everywhere. Can we all say Mardi Gras... When are they going to have the guys on the bar for us to throw beads at ???

Pros: A great party, fun place

Cons: We had to wait on line to get in

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We had a blast just hanging out in the bar on Mardis Gras weekend. They had a great band, good service, good atmosphere, and the best hurricanes that I've ever had. I didn't try the food, but I will definately be back to try it.

2
★★★★☆

We had a blast just hanging out in the bar on Mardis Gras weekend. They had a great band, good service, good atmosphere, and the best hurricanes that I've ever had. I didn't try the food, but I will definately be back to try it.

Pros: Hurricane, atmosphere

Cons: Kitchen closed too early

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I come to this place at once a week for a drinks since it opened and I always had good time here. They are having a party here for MARDI GRAS and its going to so good. I cannot wait for it. Bourbon Street are having two celebrations one on Feb. 21st, Saturday, and the other on FAT TUESDAY feb.24th. The Jazz is great here.

The last party that I was there for ws there grand opening in September and that ws great. Plus, they donate the proceeds to New Orleans victims.

Hope to See you there

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★★★★★

I come to this place at once a week for a drinks since it opened and I always had good time here. They are having a party here for MARDI GRAS and its going to so good. I cannot wait for it. Bourbon Street are having two celebrations one on Feb. 21st, Saturday, and the other on FAT TUESDAY feb.24th. The Jazz is great here.

The last party that I was there for ws there grand opening in September and that ws great. Plus, they donate the proceeds to New Orleans victims.

Hope to See you there

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Sadly my company transfered me for a time to our office in Atlanta but I was back home in Hells Kitchen for our holiday party at Bourbon Street. I see here some early reviews of this new space on Restaurant Row but believe me, this place is the proverbial bomb !. My company had booked the second floor balcony area with private bar, bathroom and outdoor balcony to smoke and watch the street. From the hostesses at the front door to the greeting waitresses with champagne and wine in the lounge (we had a cocktail hour in the rear lounge for an hour before the main event) we were treated like royalty !. The food started with an amazing cocktail hour of horsdorves (I ate alligator for the first time ever) the mains buffet style on the balcony were out of this world, American fare with a solid Creole and Cajun flair we gorged in Shrimp Creole, Blackened Catfish, Cajun Steak and so much more. Dessert and coffee were perfectly timed and the staff were like friendly ninja waiters that moved and served unseen.

At about 9pm a DJ fired up and with Videos on every screen got the crowd going, My tight fisted boss added an extra bar hour afterwards for us to hang out, drink hurricanes and revel in the vibe looking at the packed bar below.

The owner of my company who was trying to be cheap in a tough economy chose this place and saved about 50% on last years bash, which was all fufu and fur coats (ironically and by his admission, this was voted the best company party in the companies 17 year New York history)

I know this neighborhood like the back of my hand and this place is the best new bar restaurant I have seen. If I seem to be going on, it's 'cause it's for real.. Food, service. decor (10+) and athmosphere all amazing.

I know this was a pre planned event but if they deliver consistantly, this place will fly. The company owner (with a few hurricanes inside) recommended getting out of the stock market and investing in Bourbon Street !.

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★★★★★

Sadly my company transfered me for a time to our office in Atlanta but I was back home in Hells Kitchen for our holiday party at Bourbon Street. I see here some early reviews of this new space on Restaurant Row but believe me, this place is the proverbial bomb !. My company had booked the second floor balcony area with private bar, bathroom and outdoor balcony to smoke and watch the street. From the hostesses at the front door to the greeting waitresses with champagne and wine in the lounge (we had a cocktail hour in the rear lounge for an hour before the main event) we were treated like royalty !. The food started with an amazing cocktail hour of horsdorves (I ate alligator for the first time ever) the mains buffet style on the balcony were out of this world, American fare with a solid Creole and Cajun flair we gorged in Shrimp Creole, Blackened Catfish, Cajun Steak and so much more. Dessert and coffee were perfectly timed and the staff were like friendly ninja waiters that moved and served unseen.

At about 9pm a DJ fired up and with Videos on every screen got the crowd going, My tight fisted boss added an extra bar hour afterwards for us to hang out, drink hurricanes and revel in the vibe looking at the packed bar below.

The owner of my company who was trying to be cheap in a tough economy chose this place and saved about 50% on last years bash, which was all fufu and fur coats (ironically and by his admission, this was voted the best company party in the companies 17 year New York history)

I know this neighborhood like the back of my hand and this place is the best new bar restaurant I have seen. If I seem to be going on, it's 'cause it's for real.. Food, service. decor (10+) and athmosphere all amazing.

I know this was a pre planned event but if they deliver consistantly, this place will fly. The company owner (with a few hurricanes inside) recommended getting out of the stock market and investing in Bourbon Street !.

Pros: Balcony, DJ, Good Vibe, Good Food, Hurricanes !

Cons: Hurricanes !

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This place was great! I was out wit some friends on a tuesday night and had the best time. we sat at the bar and were greeted warmly by two bartender, Adam and Brian, who were super attentive and fun. The food was delicious and the atomosphere was relaxed and fun. With the great service, drinks and food, Me and my friends cant wait to go back for more. Highly recommend this spot. Good Food. Good people. Good Times!

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★★★★★

This place was great! I was out wit some friends on a tuesday night and had the best time. we sat at the bar and were greeted warmly by two bartender, Adam and Brian, who were super attentive and fun. The food was delicious and the atomosphere was relaxed and fun. With the great service, drinks and food, Me and my friends cant wait to go back for more. Highly recommend this spot. Good Food. Good people. Good Times!

Pros: Great Service,Great Drinks,Great Food

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Ok, it's not Bourbon Street really. They do have iron railings, and some gas lights, but the atmosphere is as Bourbon Street as Times Square. A buncha Preservation Hallists, playing dixieland on clarinet... er... afraid now. How 'bout AC/DC?? BeeGees? At ear-splitting volume? See what I'm talking about? Our waiter was from New Zealand.
On the other hand, the crew, Maitress d', waiter, waitress, entire staff was cool, friendly, and as accommodating as a (insert your own simile here.) The found us a table in a quieter place, served us, took our pictures, were all-round great to us. Not a bad place, if you don't think of the name. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers

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★★★★☆

Ok, it's not Bourbon Street really. They do have iron railings, and some gas lights, but the atmosphere is as Bourbon Street as Times Square. A buncha Preservation Hallists, playing dixieland on clarinet... er... afraid now. How 'bout AC/DC?? BeeGees? At ear-splitting volume? See what I'm talking about? Our waiter was from New Zealand.
On the other hand, the crew, Maitress d', waiter, waitress, entire staff was cool, friendly, and as accommodating as a (insert your own simile here.) The found us a table in a quieter place, served us, took our pictures, were all-round great to us. Not a bad place, if you don't think of the name. --Drink Club NYC is a roving group of NYC drinkers

Pros: great service, nice tables upstairs, accommodating staff

Cons: music very far from Bourbon Street

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If you're a fan of New Orleans, this is your destination. Authentic cajun/creole dishes with cold drafts of Abita beer transport you into southeast Louisiana.

Also, catch the game with plenty of other Saints fans...WHO DAT!!

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★★★★★

If you're a fan of New Orleans, this is your destination. Authentic cajun/creole dishes with cold drafts of Abita beer transport you into southeast Louisiana.

Also, catch the game with plenty of other Saints fans...WHO DAT!!

Pros: Authenticity, ice cold drafts, good food

Cons: slightly on the pricey side for drinks

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I met a friend there last Friday, we met at the bar with intention of getting a table for dinner, he was there before me and had two hurricanes waiting. Seems the're a signature item and ony $5 at happy hour. There was a good athmosphere at the bar, cool staff so we decided to hang at the bar for dinner. We split a catfish appetizer between us an then a creole steak and for me a creole shrimp with rice. The five stars here is for the food, its for the staff and its for the whole deal. I love this place already. The food was AMAZING. The bar is the best bar I've ever seen. Great staff and as we were getting ready to leave a DJ started spinning and squeezed another hour or so out of our night. Wish I could have stayed longer, it was only getting started by 10pm.

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★★★★★

I met a friend there last Friday, we met at the bar with intention of getting a table for dinner, he was there before me and had two hurricanes waiting. Seems the're a signature item and ony $5 at happy hour. There was a good athmosphere at the bar, cool staff so we decided to hang at the bar for dinner. We split a catfish appetizer between us an then a creole steak and for me a creole shrimp with rice. The five stars here is for the food, its for the staff and its for the whole deal. I love this place already. The food was AMAZING. The bar is the best bar I've ever seen. Great staff and as we were getting ready to leave a DJ started spinning and squeezed another hour or so out of our night. Wish I could have stayed longer, it was only getting started by 10pm.

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We only recently came accross this street having moved to NY last year, lots of varied restaurants and bars. I visited Bourbon Street after a show,(coupon in playbill caught my attentnion). The food was good , nice steaks and fish and there was a very nice athmosphere in the main area. We had requested a table upstairs on the balcony but there was a long wait. maybe next time. We didn't stay for dessert as it was late after a show but I'd like to try the whole deal soon,

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★★★★☆

We only recently came accross this street having moved to NY last year, lots of varied restaurants and bars. I visited Bourbon Street after a show,(coupon in playbill caught my attentnion). The food was good , nice steaks and fish and there was a very nice athmosphere in the main area. We had requested a table upstairs on the balcony but there was a long wait. maybe next time. We didn't stay for dessert as it was late after a show but I'd like to try the whole deal soon,

Pros: Good food.

Cons: Balcony too small

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Wow, as soon as you step into this place you feel transported to N'awlins!!! The ambience is awesome, even from the street when you spot those gas laterns burning you get the sense of what you are in for.
I saw the news posted on this site & had to try this place. My girlfried & I ate their today (5/24/08) and we were not let done. The food was AUTHENTIC, we asked & our waitress told us the Chef was from New Orleans & you taste it. I have been to New Orleans a few times so I was able to compare. I also love cooking this food based on recipe books so I have a good idea. We had the crab cake (tasted fresh from the sea) and gator for appetizers, seafood gumbo (there was a bunch of whole juicy oysters in there as well as shrimp) pretty much every spoonful you got some seafood so they were not cheap, ceaser salad, then for entries fried catfish (tender & melted in your mouth, not sure how he did it) and fried oysters (ok we went crazy on fried stuff I know but it was sooooo good & their menu goes well beyond stuff like that, nice creole choice on the menu too), then for desert beignets of course. We met the GM of the place & he comp'd us 2 free drinks which was awesome (had a great mint julip). The wait staff was friendly, prompt & attentive. We left stuft & can't wait to go back. I will be spreading the word to family & friends, we need this place to stick around for a long time (it is on like restaurant row on 46th so I am sure it is pretty competitive).

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★★★★★

Wow, as soon as you step into this place you feel transported to N'awlins!!! The ambience is awesome, even from the street when you spot those gas laterns burning you get the sense of what you are in for.
I saw the news posted on this site & had to try this place. My girlfried & I ate their today (5/24/08) and we were not let done. The food was AUTHENTIC, we asked & our waitress told us the Chef was from New Orleans & you taste it. I have been to New Orleans a few times so I was able to compare. I also love cooking this food based on recipe books so I have a good idea. We had the crab cake (tasted fresh from the sea) and gator for appetizers, seafood gumbo (there was a bunch of whole juicy oysters in there as well as shrimp) pretty much every spoonful you got some seafood so they were not cheap, ceaser salad, then for entries fried catfish (tender & melted in your mouth, not sure how he did it) and fried oysters (ok we went crazy on fried stuff I know but it was sooooo good & their menu goes well beyond stuff like that, nice creole choice on the menu too), then for desert beignets of course. We met the GM of the place & he comp'd us 2 free drinks which was awesome (had a great mint julip). The wait staff was friendly, prompt & attentive. We left stuft & can't wait to go back. I will be spreading the word to family & friends, we need this place to stick around for a long time (it is on like restaurant row on 46th so I am sure it is pretty competitive).

Pros: Ambience, Service, Food & Drink Quality

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i saw an add for this new place in the village voice and as i'm from new orleans i couldnt resist. went friday night with a few friens from work and it is really very cool. old lamps and balconys made me feel like im at home. we hadonly appetizers which were great but i will be back for dinner the dining room is ont eh balcony upstairs and look amazing. the food we had was good. alligator in buffalo sauce and some great gumbo also had some abita beer from home too. i lkie it already.

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★★★★☆

i saw an add for this new place in the village voice and as i'm from new orleans i couldnt resist. went friday night with a few friens from work and it is really very cool. old lamps and balconys made me feel like im at home. we hadonly appetizers which were great but i will be back for dinner the dining room is ont eh balcony upstairs and look amazing. the food we had was good. alligator in buffalo sauce and some great gumbo also had some abita beer from home too. i lkie it already.

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It's sometimes a fine line between doing a "theme" well and creating a plastic Disney experience. Bourbon Street really does it exactly right. Starting with the facade, and continuing with the New Orleans like atmosphere inside and the excellent food, you feel like you've been transported to the French Quarter. New York needed a place like this... Fun, authentic, good for a big group, or a date if you want to show a little personality and go somewhere exciting. I've been back a couple of times already (I work nearby), and I definitely recommend it...

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★★★★★

It's sometimes a fine line between doing a "theme" well and creating a plastic Disney experience. Bourbon Street really does it exactly right. Starting with the facade, and continuing with the New Orleans like atmosphere inside and the excellent food, you feel like you've been transported to the French Quarter. New York needed a place like this... Fun, authentic, good for a big group, or a date if you want to show a little personality and go somewhere exciting. I've been back a couple of times already (I work nearby), and I definitely recommend it...

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Working in the area I have experienced Bourbon Street on several ocassions and each time outshines the previous. The food is superb, the service is remarkable and the cocktails are inventive and delicious. Try the blackberry julep! This is a perfect restaurant for a fun dinner with friends and I have also taken clients for lunch. We had a great meal with a fantastic server. The duck spring rolls are a must have. I have nothing but praise for Bourbon Street and I will continue to enjoy this wonderful newcomer!

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★★★★★

Working in the area I have experienced Bourbon Street on several ocassions and each time outshines the previous. The food is superb, the service is remarkable and the cocktails are inventive and delicious. Try the blackberry julep! This is a perfect restaurant for a fun dinner with friends and I have also taken clients for lunch. We had a great meal with a fantastic server. The duck spring rolls are a must have. I have nothing but praise for Bourbon Street and I will continue to enjoy this wonderful newcomer!

Pros: service, decor, food

Cons: no cons

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Amazing creole steak and shrimp, beautiful dining area upstairs. Nice wines too, over all a fantastic dinner experience.

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★★★★★

Amazing creole steak and shrimp, beautiful dining area upstairs. Nice wines too, over all a fantastic dinner experience.

Pros: Great creole food in midtown Manhattan

Cons: Got a little noisy as the bar filled up downstairs

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It seems odd that I was prompted to go to Bourbon Street after reading a terrible review here on Citysearch. I was shocked at that review because I know those guys have many great places in the neighborhoood, anyway the food and service were outstanding, the vibe is electric and without a doubt this place will be a bighit !!.

2
★★★★★

It seems odd that I was prompted to go to Bourbon Street after reading a terrible review here on Citysearch. I was shocked at that review because I know those guys have many great places in the neighborhoood, anyway the food and service were outstanding, the vibe is electric and without a doubt this place will be a bighit !!.

Pros: Great food, service and drinks.

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As a native New Orleanian who has not lived there for years, I jumped at a chance to visit the new restaurant claiming Crescent City heritage. Boy was I in for a disappointment.
Things looked good at first. The exterior was a decent facsimile of a classic French Quarter building and the interior was moodily lit with an attractive bar and copious use of wrought iron adding to the ambience. A stuffed alligator was one of the few kitschy decorations but is far more subtle than many of the actual eateries in N.O.
But that is where the highlights end. The first strike came from the service. I had a number of questions for our server who was unable to answer a single one. These ranged from the details of the food ("Is the turtle soup served N.O. style with a bit of sherry splashed on top?") to the drinks ("I've never heard of that beer. What's it like?"). I don't think he was given any prep what-so-ever on what he was serving.
The second strike came from the music. Top 40? I know it sounds like a minor thing but come on. You've striven so far as to make the facade look like a duplicate French Quarter architecture but can't play jazz?
Finally, strike three, the food. I had asked the waitor if anyone in the restaurant was actually from N.O. He replied that the chef was hand picked from down there. I thrilled at the chance to eat some true cooking from home. Didn't happen. The turtle soup, though not terrible, reminded me not in the least of any of the numerous bowls I had consumed in two recent pilgramiges. But the greatest affront was the shrimp poboy. It wasn't just bad for N.O. cuisine, it was just bad food. The shrimp were the really small ones and fried to a rubbery hardness I have rarely encountered outside of fast food. The bread was nothing like a french loaf should be. And the contents were bland and casually thrown togethor. I'm told the oyster was no better.
I probably sound like a cajun food snob but trust me this is a place to avoid by any standards.

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★★☆☆☆

As a native New Orleanian who has not lived there for years, I jumped at a chance to visit the new restaurant claiming Crescent City heritage. Boy was I in for a disappointment.
Things looked good at first. The exterior was a decent facsimile of a classic French Quarter building and the interior was moodily lit with an attractive bar and copious use of wrought iron adding to the ambience. A stuffed alligator was one of the few kitschy decorations but is far more subtle than many of the actual eateries in N.O.
But that is where the highlights end. The first strike came from the service. I had a number of questions for our server who was unable to answer a single one. These ranged from the details of the food ("Is the turtle soup served N.O. style with a bit of sherry splashed on top?") to the drinks ("I've never heard of that beer. What's it like?"). I don't think he was given any prep what-so-ever on what he was serving.
The second strike came from the music. Top 40? I know it sounds like a minor thing but come on. You've striven so far as to make the facade look like a duplicate French Quarter architecture but can't play jazz?
Finally, strike three, the food. I had asked the waitor if anyone in the restaurant was actually from N.O. He replied that the chef was hand picked from down there. I thrilled at the chance to eat some true cooking from home. Didn't happen. The turtle soup, though not terrible, reminded me not in the least of any of the numerous bowls I had consumed in two recent pilgramiges. But the greatest affront was the shrimp poboy. It wasn't just bad for N.O. cuisine, it was just bad food. The shrimp were the really small ones and fried to a rubbery hardness I have rarely encountered outside of fast food. The bread was nothing like a french loaf should be. And the contents were bland and casually thrown togethor. I'm told the oyster was no better.
I probably sound like a cajun food snob but trust me this is a place to avoid by any standards.

Pros: Good bar. Attractive decor.

Cons: Terrible food and bad service.

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From the outside of Bourbon Street you immediately know you have come upon something unlike anything else in NYC. Once inside it becomes a fact. The vast open space, impecable decor and beauty transport you into another place. The bar itself is breathtaking! It goes from floor to ceiling! One can view it from the bars first floor or main fine dining on the second - looking down upon the bar as if sitting in the first mezzanine. The outdoor dining allows one to observe onto the street and feel special to be there. The food is outstanding and authentically New Orleans. One must try the Seafood Gumbo and Buffalo Alligator appetizer - followed by freshly made beignets for dessert. Abita beers and Hurricanes are great drink. The service was fantastic. Greeted at the door by friendly hostess, to a happy waitress and Management checking to make sure we were having a good time. It was an amazing dining experience and one that I will definitely go back to.

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★★★★★

From the outside of Bourbon Street you immediately know you have come upon something unlike anything else in NYC. Once inside it becomes a fact. The vast open space, impecable decor and beauty transport you into another place. The bar itself is breathtaking! It goes from floor to ceiling! One can view it from the bars first floor or main fine dining on the second - looking down upon the bar as if sitting in the first mezzanine. The outdoor dining allows one to observe onto the street and feel special to be there. The food is outstanding and authentically New Orleans. One must try the Seafood Gumbo and Buffalo Alligator appetizer - followed by freshly made beignets for dessert. Abita beers and Hurricanes are great drink. The service was fantastic. Greeted at the door by friendly hostess, to a happy waitress and Management checking to make sure we were having a good time. It was an amazing dining experience and one that I will definitely go back to.

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A group of friend's and I went here for my Birthday. We were all not happy with the service, and most of the food. When we sat down we were told that there was no aligator. I don't understand how you can put things on the menu, and not be prepared to serve it, especially on a Saturday night. We ordered our drinks, and it took about 15- 20 minutes to receive them, this happened every time we ordered a drink. It took the servers 20 minutes to come back, and ask if we wanted anything. We had no water served to us, no bread, not even a drink for at least 15 minute. We also had 10 people and 6 menus on the table, so we had to look over each other?s shoulder. They asked us for appetizer orders, and they came back to let us know that now there was no calamari. Finally, we ordered our entrees. I thought my catfish was good, and my friends liked their food but everyone that got the burgers said that they were all dry. Overall the food was OK, but if they need to work on their service. I have been to other Bourbon Street Restaurant?s that were a lot better.

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★★☆☆☆

A group of friend's and I went here for my Birthday. We were all not happy with the service, and most of the food. When we sat down we were told that there was no aligator. I don't understand how you can put things on the menu, and not be prepared to serve it, especially on a Saturday night. We ordered our drinks, and it took about 15- 20 minutes to receive them, this happened every time we ordered a drink. It took the servers 20 minutes to come back, and ask if we wanted anything. We had no water served to us, no bread, not even a drink for at least 15 minute. We also had 10 people and 6 menus on the table, so we had to look over each other?s shoulder. They asked us for appetizer orders, and they came back to let us know that now there was no calamari. Finally, we ordered our entrees. I thought my catfish was good, and my friends liked their food but everyone that got the burgers said that they were all dry. Overall the food was OK, but if they need to work on their service. I have been to other Bourbon Street Restaurant?s that were a lot better.

Pros: good catfish

Cons: bad service, missing menu items, bad burgers

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I was excited to go with a few of my cajun family/friends from New Orleans. The decor looks right out of NOLA, BUT the music has got to go....Its hard to enjoy the ambience of gas lamps and french architecture listening to the "Apple Bottom Jeans" song. Jazz? Zydeco? If you want to represent a place legendary for tis music, get some good stuff going. Food was good (gator and turtle soup are great) Abita beers on tap and the hurricanes are tasty. The back patio and fronch porches are the way to go seating wise. Lets not let this one go the way of Jaques Imo's!

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★★★★☆

I was excited to go with a few of my cajun family/friends from New Orleans. The decor looks right out of NOLA, BUT the music has got to go....Its hard to enjoy the ambience of gas lamps and french architecture listening to the "Apple Bottom Jeans" song. Jazz? Zydeco? If you want to represent a place legendary for tis music, get some good stuff going. Food was good (gator and turtle soup are great) Abita beers on tap and the hurricanes are tasty. The back patio and fronch porches are the way to go seating wise. Lets not let this one go the way of Jaques Imo's!

Pros: authentic drinks and fare

Cons: music is terrible

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Great food and drinks... Highly recommend the bread pudding... Good for groups as the restaurant is very spacious and really airy with high ceilings.. Very professional management. Our waitress was very friendly. Both great for lunch and dinner... Can't wait to go back for the cat fish and corn relish. Definitely try if you are in the area for the theatres..

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★★★★★

Great food and drinks... Highly recommend the bread pudding... Good for groups as the restaurant is very spacious and really airy with high ceilings.. Very professional management. Our waitress was very friendly. Both great for lunch and dinner... Can't wait to go back for the cat fish and corn relish. Definitely try if you are in the area for the theatres..

Pros: Food, service, and space

Cons: None

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Despite the fact that this Big Easy-theme eatery happens to be smack in the center of the tourist-packed 46th Street restaurant row, the restaurant still manages to transcend the cheesiness of a theme restaurant. Perhaps because the food…

 

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