Located at the “gateway” to the French Quarter, Red Fish Grill features three private dining areas perfect for private lunch, dinners, meetings, and receptions. Red Fish Grill can accommodate 250 people for full service dining and 500 people for cocktail receptions.View Private Dining Details
Service and food is amazing
Happy to have had avreservation as we were not able to get in the night before. They were out of the special but we enjoyed our meals with the exception of the Shrimp and Grits. Popcorn topping? Really?
Food was good but everything was spicy. Even when I specifically asked about certain items and were told there's no spice in them, there was a define kick to everything we ate. Red fish was very good. Veggies and rice were good but too spicy for my child. I'm gluten free and had the red fish, veggies, rice and a salad and I didn't get sick. Service was excellent. Restaurant was " fun" and upbeat.
Very highly ranked in OT and TA ...expected a little better based on feedback but it was really just an average dining experience at slightly above average price.
Good local cuisine in a laid back atmosphere. The wood grilled redfish was very good. The redfish bisque was good, but could have benefited by a higher fish content (I felt I was eating tomato soup with a hint of fish flavor).
Outstanding service and appetizers. Sat at bar and had a great experience. One of our go to places
Food was great, our waiter was new, and really trying hard. He did a great job. A little noisy, but we expected that. Would definitely go back.
Our server Ike made the experience great for us! He was so congenial and outgoing, we would come back just to see him again. He made several recommendations that were spot on. Good food, great service!
Simply the best snapper I have ever had--perfectly seasoned and cooked and veggies underneath were also delicious.
The Yellowfin Tuna Tartare and whole fried Redfish were amazing!
Great food. Although they have other options it’s predominantly a fish place.
Staff was very friendly and accommodating although very busy.
Even though it’s in prime “tourist” real estate it’s a great place to eat. Drinks, apps, dinner and dessert will run you $100-$150 for 2.
Pretty good food, slow service, wait staff hustled but ours had too many to serve. Drinks took close to 30 minutes to arrive.
Had read great reviews about how tasty the seafood was here and it didn't disappoint. I had the grilled redfish with lemon vinagarette sauce and my husband had the snapper and both were delicious. I only wished the serving was a little bigger because it was so good. It did, however, allow me to have room for dessert and so I had the double chocolate bread pudding which was heavenly. I loved the atmosphere in the restaurant too. All in all, a great first dinner on our trip to New Orleans.
Ike was amazing and the food was delicious! Thank you