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 delicasies.
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
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...
Not quite as good as when Landry was involved, but still a very good place to eat. Missing some of the higher end entrees. The appetizers are still the strongest items on the menu.
Decent for a hotel restaurant, but not exceptional. Appetizer hush puppies were dry, but both fish entrees were very good. Generous pour for a glass of wine. Great service. Don't expect it to be quiet.
Absolutely amazing! We made reservations before a concert at the Smoothie King center since it’s within walking distance and we were all so happy we did! Started off with the BBQ shrimp, meat pies and stuffed crabs. All delicious! We also had the turkey necks, which we all agreed was one of the the best things we have ever put in our mouths! DO NOT miss out on those!! So, so, so good! Also, our waitress, Bailee, was so accommodating and made our evening out so special and fun!
Exceptional waitress - pleasantly surprised to find happy hour wines at half price and appetizers at $5 - all very tasty - will return
As a celiac, I’m very limited in what I can eat out. But, at Borgne, I was able to safely eat delicious fried chicken and some of the best braised collard greens I’ve ever eaten!! It was scrumptious and I felt incredible afterwards.
Delicious baked oysters! Great place for dinner before concert at Superdome.
We were seated then ignored for 15 minutes while we watched servers walking around near us. Then all of the sudden we were asked for drinks by two different servers who didn't seem to know who was waiting on us.
Once served, we were interrupted every few minutes by people asking how our dinner was.. annoying. However, the food was good and the restaurant ambience is really cool. I just think a little more communication and better management would have made a big difference in our experience.
We were staying at the Hyatt Regency and while I generally like to avoid clinging to the restaurant at the hotel, we decided that it might be prudent for several reasons. We were headed to the Smoothie King Arena for the Pelican’s Home-opener. I was in a conference until 5pm. We really wanted a place with cajon/creole/NOLA-specific foods AND it needed to be somewhat kid-friendly. Borgne checked all of those boxes. There were crayons and chicken strips for the kids (but my 3 year old also really liked the stuffed crab). The fish-in-a-bag was quite an experience. Things moved a little slowly, but everyone was very kind.
We were a group of 7 on a quiet Wednesday evening. Carter our server was patient In explaining the menu and cocktails. Great fish in a bag!
The BEST gluten free fried chicken ever! Gumbo was excellent too.
Enjoyed the meal. Food was good, but not exceptional. Menu did not offer as much selection as I thought it would. Service was fantastic.
Overpriced for the quality and portion of food served. I was excited to eat here but it turned out to be a typical hotel restaurant. Manager switched waitperson stating she was leaving (she did not leave, saw her all night, she was excellent) and second waitperson was not attentive. There were 3 women in the party and we all shared the same opinion.
Great spot for a awesome meal at a really reasonable price.
Service was too slow for a business lunch. We arrived on time for our reservation and was told that we would have to wait to be seated. Why make a reservation? Apps came out at same time as entrees and one app was missing. When indicated to waitress that there was a missing app, she removed it from the bill and packaged the app for us to go. Ask for ice for water and never received the glass of ice.
Duck/andouille gumbo was bad. BBQ shrimp and drum were both very good. Bread that came with the shrimp was not good. Beer was served in a can without a glass. It was okay, but disappointing for the price.
Awesome spot before saints home games!!!! Most happening place around.
Service was solid, food and portions were good. Drum fish was a clean flavor but not overly exciting, burger was excellent. Environment was enjoyable and it was a nice restaurant to have a quiet conversation at, which after screaming at each other in bars for the better part of the weekend was a welcomed change.
Great food and atmosphere. Went for the stuffed flounder but they don’t have it anymore. Disappointed but BBQ shrimp and shrimp po boys were great.
Def make a reservation well ahead of if there is a function at the dome or smoothie king Center —cause it’s perfect for those venues—so close and such fine cuisine worth it a must
Food was good and wait staff courteous and professional.
Add sliced red onion to wedge salad
Food was very good and service was good. Bartenders are knowledgeable and make excellent cocktails.
I came here the other night with 7 other women. We were in town for a conference. We ordered drinks at the bar before being seated. The drinks were so good, and the service was great. We had the duck poppers - melt in your mouth goodness! Several of my friends ordered "Fish in a Bag" and they couldn't stop raving about it. Its a simple dish, but so much flavor! I had the grilled salad, and oysters...so good. I also had the chocolate angle food cake for dessert and it was well presented and everyone took a bite! We all loved it! I would highly recommend this place. Fantastic food and great service!
The experience was less than satisfying. We reserved the spot for our anniversary dinner, and had no problems checking in and being seated. However our server, whom we didn't even know was our server, walked past us many times before finally stopping and taking our drink order. She also brought us bread with no silverware or napkins, and walked by us several more times before catching on that we were trying to get her attention. The appetizer of duck jalepeno bites was absolutely delicious. Best thing we ate all night. I ordered from the raw bar, a dozen oysters, and my husband ordered the steak and truffle parmesan fries. My oysters came out on very dirty oyster shells, and were only half cut away from the shells. They tasted fine, but the presentation and the way I prefer to eat them was less than optimum. My husband's steak came with butter on top of the steak and an extra side of butter. Our server admitted that it wasn't plated the way she usually saw it, and couldn't explain what it was for. The fries were very soggy and almost cold. The steak was delicious, however. We ordered the Dark Angel dessert, and angel food cake and chocolate mousse concoction, but were only given a tiny piece of cake, with a huge serving of mousse and ice cream. It was visually very unappealing. Our server once again told us that is not how it was supposed to be plated, and was actually much different looking than she had ever seen it. She was very nice and took away our dessert, and brought us drinks, but the overall issues of the dinner far outweighed the drinks. We were left wishing we had spent our anniversary somewhere different. Being out of town for the occasion, we probably won't have an opportunity to revisit, but definitely wouldn't be inclined to after the small but consistent issues.
The happy hour was awesome. The catfish sliders were amazing!
The menu options were lacking on this trip. The food was good, but I wasn’t in the mood for fish. I wound up getting the oyster blt. It was great. I did like the old version better with pork belly instead of bacon. A little disappointed, but I’ll definitely go back.
The food was great and the service was spot on. As a foodie, I loved the Turkey necks, you have to try them. Also, you'll want to get the duck gumbo. Just about everything is excellent. If there was one fault it would be the shrimp was a little done for my taste. But the black drum was amazing!!!!
There were 6 of us gathered prior to the Paul Simon concert for dinner. It was my first time to Borgne. In spite of the crowd ( noise) The service was excellent. Our server, Kayla, provided everything we wanted in a timely manner and we were delighted. Thanks Kayla.
It was a busy night as Paul Simon was playing around the corner, so the restaurant was packed. We ended up waiting 10 minutes for our table, we made a reservation, but it was a busy night. They ran out of some dishes and the service was Ok. It took awhile to get our drinks and when they took our order they only took half the table's order, then served those drinks, then come back and took the rest of the table's ordered. It was over $200 for 4 of us just for small dishes. So be aware if you are on a budget.
I would go back and try it on another evening.
Borgne is a "go to" place for us when we attend events at the Smoothie King. The food is always good and the bar scene is always vibrant. The oysters are always good and their burger is exceptionally good. Great drink & beer selection also.