Bourbon Street Bar & Grille

Restaurants, Soul and southern American Hell's Kitchen
3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille (Photograph: Brent Herrig)
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Photograph: Brent HerrigBourbon Street Bar & Grille
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille (Photograph: Brent Herrig)
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Photograph: Brent HerrigBourbon Street Bar & Grille
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille (Photograph: Brent Herrig)
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Photograph: Brent HerrigBourbon Street Bar & Grille
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille (Photograph: Brent Herrig)
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Photograph: Brent HerrigBourbon Street Bar & Grille
Bourbon Street Bar & Grille (Photograph: Brent Herrig)
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Photograph: Brent HerrigBourbon Street Bar & Grille

This paean to the Big Easy attempts to bring the entire French Quarter to a single building on Restaurant Row. Inside you’ll find hokey reproductions of nearly every NOLA cliché (flickering gas lamps, a wrought-iron balcony). Sadly, the glory of Creole cooking rarely shines through. A bowl of gumbo was underseasoned, and a fried oyster po’ boy lacked a crisp crust on both the bread and mollusks. Stick with the basics—jumbo, juicy head-on shrimp were cooked in a lemony butter sauce with Abita beer, a Louisiana brew that is also available on tap.

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Venue name: Bourbon Street Bar & Grille
Contact:
Address: 346 W 46th St
New York
10036
Cross street: between Eighth and Ninth Aves
Opening hours: Daily 11am–11pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority
Price: Average main course: $26. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
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tastemaker

A rather large bar in Hells Kitchen - we came on a summer Friday and got drinks on drinks on drinks. Pretty standard menu food-wise but the staff was very attentive and easy on a large group who all wanted separate checks.