Bourbon Street Bar & Grill
346 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036Neighborhood:
Theater District / Times Square
Creole / Cajun / SouthernPrice: $30 and under
Bourbon Street Bar & Grill
- Dining Style: Casual Dining
- Website: http://www.bourbonny.com/
- Phone: 2122452030
- Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily 11am to 5pm
Dinner Daily 5pm to Midnight
Late Night Menu Daily Midnight to 2am
*Brunch available starting at 11am on Saturday & Sunday*
- Payment Options: AMEX,Diners Club,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Creole / Cajun / Southern, Cajun
- Executive Chef: Kavon Langley
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Catering: Bourbon Street Bar & Grille can offer it's full selection of menu items to be catered off site; including large party platters or buffet style set up. Please direct any inquires to the above listed contact information to design a personal package to suite your events needs!
- Private Party Facilities: Our private party capabilities are second to none. Large space accommodating for groups up to 350+. Private lounge, balcony & outdoor patio settings available. We offer several options in regards to party packaging on both food & beverage, flexible pricing & state of the art audio/visual capabilities. Please contact us regarding any inquiries you may have for your next event, fundraiser or company party!
- Private Party Contact: Kate Moscatelli 212-245-2030
- Entertainment: Live Video DJ's every Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings!
- Special Events: For information on upcoming promotions or special events, please contact our offices at 212.245.2030
- Cross Street: Between 8th & 9th Avenues
- Public Transit: 42nd Street Times Square Subway
1, 2, 3, A, C, E, N, Q, & 7 Trains
- Parking: Public Lot
- Parking Details: Street parking available at certain times. There are also many parking lots local to the neighborhood that offer services round the clock.
A word from Bourbon Street Bar & Grill
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille is inspired by everything that makes the Crescent City & Southern Louisiana great. It is our hope that the unique culture of New Orleans is transplanted right here to our home on Restaurant Row in the middle of NYC. Let the Good Times Roll!Continued
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Bourbon Street Bar & Grill reviews from OpenTable diners
59 reviews since May 23, 2014
- Ambiance3.8Noise LevelModerate
good for groups (27)vibrant bar scene (25)great for lunch (21)great for outdoor dining (20)neighborhood gem (16)late-night find (11)scenic view (10)fit for foodies (9)hot spot (8)great for brunch (8)special occasion (8)romantic (8)kid-friendly (4)Show More
- Be transported....to NOLA.adauDined on 11/21/2013I love this place. It reminds me very much of the New Orleans night life. It's a great environment, the food is great and the drink are very tasty! Great place to meet up with friends and have a good time.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fun placeBrettDined on 11/18/2013This restaurant isn't a gourmet place, but the food is still good, tasty and reasonable for the price. It is a fun atmosphere, part way bar and partly restaurant, which makes for a lively mood. I went a while ago with my family (4 teenagers) and it was fun for them too, but it is not a spot for a romantic quiet dinner!Special Features:
- Good service, bad foodOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 11/16/2013On a good note, the hostesses and waiters that we had were awesome. They were super nice and very helpful. I came here with a party of 6 people, and between the 6 of us we had 5 different entrees. Only one of these entrees was even halfway decent. The food was extremely bland even though there were supposed to be so many flavors. My burger was supposed to have pepper jack cheese, a garlic sauce, and sausage links. This has potential to be extremely delicious. However, the only thing that I could taste was beef, plain beef. There was nothing else. Everyone else's entree had the same issue. Everything that came out lacked any type of flavor whatsoever.
- Bummer StreetNYCFoodieandFriendsDined on 11/15/2013energetic noise is being polite, it was ridiculously noisy. Great atmosphere is you want to sit at the bar or downstairs bar area, but not good for dining upstairs. Decent food but nothing special. Plenty of other places on restaurant row and in Hells Kitchen/Theater district with better food and quieter atmosphere for dining.Special Features:
- Theater night out at Bourbon StreetfulloffoodDined on 11/15/2013Had a very nice, first time dining experience. Food was very good and the service excellent. Special drinks could have been a bit stronger but the prices were reasonable. Enjoyed the ambience and friendly service.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Don't Bother!JudiJerseyDined on 11/9/2013The only good thing I can say is that arriving late from the theater they held a 10:00 reservation until 10:30. However, the restaurant was not crowded so we could have walked in anyway. The noise was so loud you could not even hear yourself talk at the table sitting right across from your party. Food was terrible and my pulled pork sandwich was unedible! Bill was outrageous for what we had considering it was so bad. Won't ever go back!
- Chef needs to come to attentionLilyDined on 11/9/2013This note is from a culinary student. My dinner died in the window! Fish, while a decent flavor was cold and no longer crispy. Spinach and potato dish needed seasoning. Grits were set already they had been sitting so long. Still, food was tasty, But get with the program. Ambiance good, music too loud to hear partner.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Food was good and servicejoanDined on 11/8/2013Food was good and service very pleasant...we had a nice dining experience
- The portions were tiny. ForOpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 11/6/2013The portions were tiny. For being a cajun restaurant offering dinner the menu had few cajun choices.
- Bourbon St.DK1976Dined on 10/27/2013Its a good place for brunch if you want to do an unlimited mimosa/bloody mary deal. I've done brunch here many times and the service varies every time. My server this past time was very attentive to our table and quiet personable however the bartender seemed to get backed up as well. If you do decide to do the unlimited mimosa/bloody mary deal, do the mimosas. Every time my friends choose bloody mary, they always wind up waiting for them to be made. It is a sports bar type place so it got rather loud during the game, but hey, its called Bourbon St. Would you expect it to be quiet?Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Atmosphere and Happy HourCruisequeenDined on 10/25/2013This restaurant has a great crowd and the longest happy hour I have ever experienced. Their happy hours is Mon - Friday until 8 pm. Drinks and beer is very inexpensive. Televisions around the restaurant to keep you entertained and abreast of meals and drink specials. Overall I have gone here twice and have not been disappointed. The type of food and the variety of food there will take you a few minutes to decide what you want to have. Also, the prices are within a decent budget.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- We made a reservation forIndi526Dined on 10/21/2013We made a reservation for my boyfriends birthday. We were immediately seated and serviced right away. The atmosphere was great and the food was also just as great definitely going back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OK, better as a bar not for dinnerJoeNYCVIPDined on 10/19/2013Bourbon Street is OK, but it really depends on what you are going for. More of a NOLA themed bar than proper restaurant. I don't fault the restaurant for living up to its name sake street and being a little loud. But rubbery, overcooked seafood, burned (or raw) rice, and up-charging me for premium spirits without asking me are not OK. Based upon the items I ate, I would avoid the more expensive main courses they didn't get right and treat this more as a happy hour alternative to the Pubs in Times Square and stick with simple things like fried pickles and hush puppies. The slider special also looked like a good deal. Either way I would be sure to keep my eye on the bill and make sure that I am not shadily up-charged for drinks.Special Features:
- Like being in NOLAFoodVeriewerDined on 10/18/2013Jambalaya, Jambalaya, Jambalaya!! As you guessed, the Jambalaya was great.. They also have gator meatballs which were pretty good.. The decor is amazing, after being in NOLA last year, I felt like I was back on Bourbon St.. Request upstairs seating overlooking the restaurant or outdoor balcony seating on a nice night.. Lots of night life near by too as its located on the beautiful restaurant row.. Go to a piano bar or comedy club afterwards and make it a great night outSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Too Much ChangesharnharrisonVIPDined on 10/12/2013I've dined at Bourbon Street on numerous occasion, whether it be for dinner, bottomless brunch, hanging at the bar to watch games and even celebrating Fat Tuesday there 2 years in a row. I was extremely disappointed this weekend to find that the menu had changed away from things that make a signature "New Orleans" restaurant. The portions are now small and plated PERFECTLY without any sauces, the "cheese grits" are now polenta-like, and there are no longer beniets (classic NO) on the menu, and the amazing cocktail menu is gone. Change is good but authenticity and flavor is better.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- LoveYolaDined on 10/7/2013I love this New Orleans vibe. Music is nice. Wait staff very good. Overall my husband and I had a great timeSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- I found this restaurant toBecky13Dined on 9/28/2013I found this restaurant to be a little dark. I was struggling to read the menu due to the lack of lighting. I would have liked to have seen a few more healthier choices on the menu for people that are watching their calories.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good choiceGood2goDined on 9/20/2013We had a good time at Bourbon Street, always a blast!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Portabella Burger & Beer Lunch SpecCrazyTravelVIPDined on 9/17/2013The portabella with eggplant burger, fries and beer lunch special were excellent!Special Features:
- We chose this restaurant becausemoodyfoodyVIPDined on 9/15/2013We chose this restaurant because we had a friend with us who went to college in New Orleans. The menu selections included traditional Bourbon Street faire, such as catfish and chicken & biscuits. The gumbo was flavorful (though inexplicably served with a small teaspoon) - the jambalaya was a bit too spicy - and the shrimp creole was nothing special. All in all - serviceable food in a cute atmosphere - with big screen TVs around for sports fans.
- Have a drink here not a meal.DennyDined on 9/13/2013Had better meals for less money. Booked in advance but got a rubbish table near an outside door, like a wind tunnel. Had to be moved, waitress was nice, but manager/owner insisted she tried to get people to have another drink.Food was very average,and people at the bar noisy. Through other reviews we thought this would be a good restaurant. But out of 6 restaurants we went to this was the worst.Special Features:
- Great AmbianceCruisequeenDined on 9/13/2013There were three in my party for dinner. We chose this place because of the proximity to the theater. We arrived around 6:30 pm and were out of there within an hour. We informed our waiter that we had a play to see and he expedited our food with no problems. He checked on our table during the course of our delicious meal to make sure everything was okay. They have a three appetizer for a price, which was very filling and more than enough food for one person. This is a perfect meal at just the right price. The menu was on line as I perused it prior to arriving at the restaurant, as I knew we didn't have much time to waste. Overall it was a great experience and all three in my party already plan on returning.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Over 30's Beware!OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 9/12/2013Since conversation during our pre-theatre dinner was impossible due to SUPER-loud (NOT New Orleans jazz) pop music, my husband and I were reduced to watching 'Americas funniest near-fatal falls' and 'when animals attack' on the unavoidable big-screens. I recall the food as being mostly brown & beige. It was a total mis-match for us. If you're even a slightly sophisticated New Yorker...pass it by. However- the wait staff was attentive and efficient. And the food came so fast it may as well have been shot from a canon. Looking to get plastered cheap? This is the place for you.Special Features:
- Great for lunch!jojonycVIPDined on 9/10/2013Love the spacious lofty space, good food, good portion with a good price. I had a lunch prefixe 1) corn/fish chowder 2) fried steak 3) chocolate brownie w/ ice cream for only $25. The regular menu looks great too and again I like the prices. They have happy hour on beer for lunch time, all like $3 or $4.......will definitely go back there try for dinner. There are some tables on 2nd floor's nice romantic patio overlooking 46th street......only open for dinner time though.Special Features:
- DisappointedlovefoodVIPDined on 9/9/2013New Orleans decor & menu, but the music playing ruined it. New Orleans has great music & that's what should be playing in a restaurant called Bourbon Street. Overall the food was good, but still trying to figure out the bananas foster gelato. It wasn't gelato & it wasn't ice cream. Lunch prices are reasonable.
- Good time square pre theatremommyDined on 9/8/2013Good time square pre theatre place. If you go during a game, it's very loud!! Food was good, not exceptional but better than most restaraunts in time square!I would recommend this to a friend.
- pre theater cajun funJimSDined on 9/4/2013Nice, fun family friendly pre theater stop. Enjoyed the cajun cuisine. Service a might slow.Special Features:
- Taste of N'awlins on Restaurant RowKatKDined on 8/30/2013Food is great, decor and ambiance is lifted straight from the French Quarter! Have the Jambalaya, add the Crystal's hot sauce, and order a Hurricane or Abita. Done.I would recommend this to a friend.
- A good hurricane!MoochieDined on 8/27/2013Unlike the weather disturbance that we all dislike, the hurricanes at Bourbon Street will make you happy! Good food, friendly service and menu choices that you don't find everywhere else are what will bring you back to this Restaurant Row gem.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- RB BourbonBybesVIPDined on 8/25/2013Food was very good and, being a beer drinker, the beer selection was top shelf. Had a very enjoyable experience. Would definitely go back again.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- great food, great time, great peoplfoodi3Dined on 8/25/2013I love the theme of the restaurant because there aren't many in NYC. Aside from the delicious food the service was phenomenal! I was greeted with a smile and our waitress was very personal and tentative to our needs. I will definitely be coming back and bringing others!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great food-service and drinksOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 8/10/2013Always a great time -and just as the title says: great bar, drinks, food, and service!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- DisappointedOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 7/31/2013Went for pre-theater lunch. 12:30 reservation. A very warm day and with an open front door it was too hot and noisy (loud music playing) in the bar area so I asked for a table upstairs. It wasn't better up there. Drink orders taken. No bread was offered. After 20 minutes, I had to ask for cornbread which took too long to come.. Then nothing until 1:35. We had to ask twice about our meals. The only other occupied upstairs table had to ask where their food was, too. No apology offered when the food arrived, only when we mentioned it when paying the check. If our show had been at 2:00, we wouldn't have had time to eat. Chicken/corn chowder was way too thick and not very warm. The catfish and sides were good, but ruined by poor service.
- Excellent Birthday Locale!leonwatcherDined on 7/27/2013Had an amazing time. Food was perfect for quick noshing. Drinks were appropriately festive and fun. Service was pleasant and attentive. Perfect for a large and informal gathering. I notice staff and patrons were cool when we had a conga line around the middle of the restaurant-great attitude! Bar was wonderfully decorative and mysterious (like New Orleans itself). A great time!Special Features:
- CajunTomCDined on 7/27/2013Great spot for New Orleans Cajun food. Good menu, good friendly service. I recommend the restaurant for a satisfying meal.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Poor service & mediocre foodOpenTable Diner Since 2002Dined on 7/26/2013The service at this restaurant was poor and incredibly disorganized. The server, was all over the place and couldn't keep our orders straight. He tried to blame the food order mistake on the kitchen, but considering getting our drink order right seemed to be a challenge for him, I highly doubt the kitchen was at fault. On top of the that, he attempted to imply that a drink order he forgot was our fault. I also noticed that the wait staff and cook staff liked to relax around the patio bar and drink. Perhaps nominally understandable if business was slow, this was a Friday evening and the restaurant was packed. I will never be back. I encourage folks to steer clear, unless poor service and mediocre food it what you enjoy.
- Very nice experienceOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 7/23/2013The food was excellent. Everyone in our party enjoyed their meal. It is a very good value especially for NYC. One suggestion: If you are dining on a warm day, ask to sit downstairs in the bar area. The upstairs was 10-15 degrees warmer and a bit uncomforatble.I would recommend this to a friend.
- Meh.OpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 7/20/2013The bloody marys were kind of watery. The portions were kind of small (for the price). Our service was kind of unattentive. And our table rocked on uneven legs. Any one of these things wouldn't be the biggest deal, but put them all together and it just makes me wish I had just bought some eggs and bloody mary mix and made it all at home. The inside of this restaurant is so spacious and lovely - I want to love this place and make it my Cheers, but every 6 months (when I give it another try) it always seems to fall short.
- I went to this restaurantMissKDined on 7/18/2013I went to this restaurant with a friend before attending a musical show. I've read decent reviews and thought I'd try it out especially since it was only a block away from the theatre. We ordered from the pre-fixed menu getting a salad, the chicken and biscuits dish and a brownie and ice cream for dessert. Sounds good right? Well unfortunately, I was very disappointed. I've had better salad from a local food chain and the chicken and biscuits was flavorless. The biscuit was hard and dry and whatever "gravy" they used was not appetizing. The only "decent" thing I had was the dessert. And to make matters worse, the AC barely worked. Perhaps if I tried their Hurricane drink I might have liked the place more.Special Features:
- Good Food, Great Service, NoisyNeighborDined on 7/17/2013Wanted to have dinner and catch up with a friend. The location is very convenient to Times Square. Had the Prix Fix menu. Good value, good choices and good food. Very good desserts! The service was very good. The restaurant is very noisy, so even though we were at an out of the way table of the 2nd floor, it was difficult to carry on a conversation.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.