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About 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!
New York, NY 10036
Creole / Cajun / Southern, American, Barbecue
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily 11am to 5pm
Dinner Daily 5pm to Midnight
*Brunch available starting at 11am on Saturday & Sunday*
Between 8th & 9th Avenues
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Tuesday Nights 9PM to Midnight
DJ's every Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings!
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!
Street parking available at certain times. There are also many parking lots local to the neighborhood that offer services round the clock.
42nd Street Times Square Subway
1, 2, 3, A, C, E, N, Q, & 7 Trains
Michael De Bellis
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For information on upcoming promotions or special events, please contact our offices at 212.245.2030
Bourbon Street Bar & Grill Ratings and Reviews
Went for a Sunday brunch. Bloody Mary's were small and didn't have much flavor. I had the crab and craw Benedict. The eggs came out hard as a rock. I asked for new poached eggs that we re cooked properly. Once I got those I ended up with a nearly quarter size piece of egg shell in my food. Both are unacceptable errors by the kitchen. Waiters only response was I guess the kitchen can't do anything right today. Was not offered a drink or any kind of discount for the comedy of errors. Would not reccomend!
I had the chicken and French toast. It was quite good. My dining companion has the Po Boy. It was a nice size and tasty though a little bit salty. It came with a huge mound of homefries
We did the pitcher of mimosas. It was on the weak side.
Good place for lunch/brunch before a matinee.
We went here before a show last Saturday and was very pleased. All around good food and service at a fair price. Our waitress was great and the staff accommodated our party with location and timeliness. We loved the prix fix dinner option with all portions very large.
We will definitely come again.
Just a fun night out. Casual. Friendly service from bartender to host to waiter. Food was good and portions big. Our table had mixed reviews on the recommended cocktails, but no one was really displeased. Best thing was the ambience. You really feel like you are in a traditional New Orleans restaurant. Would go back.
Post theater reservation, restaurant empty, took 15 minutes to be seated, then waited 20 minutes for server. Kindly asked a server for table service, she commented in a minute , and made a nasty smirk. We got up and left.
Poor service, no management. many other better places in Manhattan to eat dinner.
Stopped in while on vacation and have to say it was the 1st negative restaurant experience we have had in NYC. We love cajun food & thought the exterior was promising. We were seated at a booth right off the bar area which was extremely loud. While the service was attentive the kitchen was very slow. $15 for 4 tiny oysters rockefeller, which were 95% spinach and took over 30 minutes to arrive! salads were huge & timely after the appetizer but we then waited another 30 minutes for entrees, which were nothing spectacular; sub-par at best and way too expensive for the quality of food. The quantity was ridiculous and my one entree of jambalaya could have fed a family of 4. Desserts, again, were nothing exciting. Save your $, stop by for a drink & have dinner somewhere different.
While the food was very good and the portions were large, the noise level made it nearly impossible to carry on a conversation with the person sitting right next to you. There are alot of people in a small space and then the music was extremely loud rather than providing a nice background to conversations.
I arrived 13 minutes before my reservation and asked to be seated. I was informed that half my party had to be present before seating me. The place was not crowded; there were plenty of open tables, and I really wanted to put my things down at my table and use the restroom. I had to hang out by the door to await the second of the four of my party to arrive. They all arrived at the appointed time.
That is an unreasonable policy.
The dinner was okay, but the beignets tasted as if they'd been fried in rancid oil.
I do not recommend this restaurant.
Food was great, service was great, I hate to say there was too much food, but the portions were big, hate to leave anything on your plate from a place that had truly authentic 'nawlins cuisine, but we just stuffed in all we could and had to leave the rest. Gumbo was incredible!
Met a friend here for a quick lunch on a public holiday. We both ordered from their lunch special for po'boys and burgers. The po'boy was ginormous! I had the burger with the andouille sausage. Unfortunately I think the addition of sausage made the burger way too salty for my liking. The dishes all came with wedges though, which were actually pretty tasty!
The food and service were both very good. We had appetizers of a house salad which was huge and a crawfish quesadilla. We both had twin crab stuffed lobster tails which were excellent. The lobster was cooked perfectly! The sides of cheese grits and hush puppies were huge and quite good. The only issue I might have is that our table was against a railing on the second floor with people walking past it.
We would definitely return when in New York.
We went to Bourbon Street before going to see Book of Mormon on Broadway. My granddaughter and my friend had the Blackened Catfish which was wonderful and I had one of the 5 Lobster specials...twin Lobster tails with crayfish tails in a Cajun sauce and it was also great. I also had a Hurricane which is extremely hard to find in the North and for Desert we shared a truly New Orleans bread pudding which was warm and had a bourbon/caramel sauce.
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