The menu pays homage to New Orleans classics and a celebration of all that the local waterways have to offer. The seafood featured throughout the menu reflects Borgne's commitment to local, sustainable seafood.
Home of the longest bar in New Orleans, Borgne is the perfect place to grab a drink with friends, enjoy happy hour or watch a game on one of our TVs. The bar also features a raw bar with a New Orleanian oyster shucker at the helm highlighting and serving Gulf delicacies.
At Borgne, Private Dining is available for social and corporate events whether in our private dining room or in the restaurant. Our private dining room seats 35 people, while the restaurant, available for buy-outs, seats 250 or 300 for your reception.View Private Dining Details
Great place to hang out and have fun with friends and family
Great food and the service was exceptional.
Apps- duck wrapped bacon was inedible. Bacon was effectively uncooked. Fish in a bag is an embarrassment. First, overcooked. Second, fish is not expensive. 4 oz. of fish is a joke and there is no way it could have been much more. On the positive side, redfish was excellent.
The red fish soup isn’t great.
We used to love going here. But lately it seems to have gone downhill. The new version of the meatpies are bland & the sauce tastes premade. Much smaller portion too. So disappointing.
We were late to be seated for our reservation and we were there 45 minutes early. We received our appetizer which was amazing however four tables were sat after us and were done getting their food and left prior to is getting our food. It was a busy night due to a concert however, this is always our go to place before a concert but was a let down this go round. We left before our entrees ever came.
Good location...great food
Really nice place to hang out early before Smoothie King concert. Great menu, great appetizers, very attentive prompt service.
If you want a quiet dinner——FOR GET IT, the bar s music overcomes the restaurant (not pleased)
Stopped in before a concert. Great food, great atmosphere, great service.
Worth the walk, worth the drive, worth the flight to get there. Happy Hour menu IS A STEAL! And do yourself a favor and get a turkey neck, and the seafood stuffed crab, and the fried chicken, and the Bloody Mary and the EVERYTHING!!!
Seafood was unique and the taste was spot on! Loved the stuffed crab!
Charbroiled oysters were the best we've had in a long time. My friend had three items from the "raw bar" menu and they were outstanding. I had the fish in a bag and it was done like a crawfish or shrimp boil with potatoes and corn. Delicious! Our server was very attentive, but our order somehow got lost in the kitchen. NOT our server's fault, and the restaurant did apologize and make it good. Overall a very good experience.
Service and atmosphere were all excellent. Appetizers also very good.
Two of us ordered the fried chicken entree but unfortunately that was undercooked. the outer skin/meat was fried and very tasty, but the deep inside was just not cooked enough. that was the only drawback on the entire meal. Otherwise, all was great!
It was a party of 10 and they were able to accommodate us. The meal was good and filling but not anything special. It's a good place to get a meal and a drink, but don't go if you are looking for something extravagant.
Very disappointed from last time. Looked forward to the duck poppers but they were horrible. The bacon was practically slabs of under-cooked fat and the duck itself was overdone. The steak was very good and properly cooked and the gumbo was okay.
Great service. Not a quick dinner, but worth the wait.
Ordered the bagged fish and it was grossly over cooked. Other food was fine.
Their Black Drum was great, as was their Andouille gumbo. I would recommend this restaurant for a more casual dinner. Some people were dressed up, but the atmosphere is more casual, modern and seafood jazzy.
My family and I visited this restaurant for Thanksgiving. Our waitress Aundrea was very dismissive and rude. When we first arrived she simply dropped the menus in front of us and was away for at least 15 minutes. Later in the meal when she delivered the bread to our table she simply dropped it in front of us. At times when we needed her she could be seen in different corners of the restaurant eating or talking and playing in her hair. I would not recommend.
Ms Dee, the general manager was amazing in following up to ensure our experience was optimal. Our server Rich was also very accommodating and a gracious host.
Granted, we went on a game day and were lucky to even be seated, but- waitress was rude, slow, and spent more time chatting up a coworker than tending to any of her tables. We only went for oysters and drinks and it took over an hour. The only good part of this experience was the “Black and Gold Rush” drink, brought to us by the bartender because our waitress never went to the bar to get it. This bartender was much nicer and the drink was great.
We ate there for Thanksgiving. Excellent four course menu. A bit pricey but well worth it.
Miranda was great!
What a great Thanksgiving menu!! We had a table of 12. We had a little bit of everything on our table. Nothing disappointed!! Food, service, ambiance all A+!!
We selected this restaurant based on its proximity to the Superdome and the regular menu, as it wasn't advertised as a prix fixe Thanksgiving only. However, we were pleasantly surprised, given this was a hotel restaurant, and thoroughly enjoyed all 4 courses. We fell off our Keto bandwagon for the first time in 11 months, but it was worth it. Best meal we've eaten all year! Definitely would do it again!
Ate there before the Saints game so it was busy! Food was good and good service.
Perfect for saints pregaming !!!!!! Great time.
Better than average for a hotel venue. Food was hit or miss, surprisingly the steak was solid but the seafood was average. Service was fairly attentive but drinks were slow to get refilled.
Disappointed on my food order. Order catfish sliders. There was no taste at all except for the bread
Our server was very busy & so was Borgne. There also were lots of young & energetic young folks
Made environment loud. Hard for us to communicate across the table. I told our server I couldn’t eat it but the plate sat in front of me the whole meal. It was picked up when he brought the check. I requested it be taken off. Before they took it my husband tasted too. He said it didn’t have any taste either. We eat at Borgne frequently when in town. This was not a the best experience Thanks for your time
Amazing food and delicious drinks. Highly recommend duck poppers and fish in a bag
Great small plates and sharing dishes for all. Never made it to entrees.
We got a great table post-Saints game on a super busy Sunday night. Food and service were spot on. The Duck Poppers are a must - seriously, don’t eat here without ordering at least one plate! I’m also impressed with the earth-friendly to go boxes. Great local food, ambiance and fun!
Great seafood, but it is not a place for a quiet conversation.
Had pre Saints game lunch. Food was wonderful- great menu! It is loud, lots of hard surfaces.
I always like this place. My favorite is the fried oyster, pork belly sandwich. On Saints game day it's an oyster BLT (they don't cook pork belly on game day), which was a bit of a bummer but still delicious. The drinks are amazing. We'll probably keep this game day tradition.
Awesome! Cocktails spot on, entrees and appetizers creative and extremely good. We frequently 5 to 6 times a year, always impressed. Definitely a destination!
Pompano cooked in a bag and a fried oyster BLT were the stars of our meal. Good service, many wines by the glass or bottle, casual atmosphere. Moderate, fair prices. R
Food was good but the service was terrible...