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Dickie Brennan’s Bourbon House is all about local seafood. If it’s not in season, you won’t find it on the menu. Enjoy authentic New Orleans dishes at New Orleans' premier oyster bar and seafood restaurant.
$22 - $36
Gluten Free Options
Cajun & Creole
Takeout, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
We happened upon this place while in New Orleans. The food was great. Our server, Tom, was very attentive and was friendly. We had to have two tables due to COVID regulations but the employees didn't miss a beat. Would recommend this to all.
We sat at the bar on Christmas Eve and had a great time. Our bartender was awesome! His knowledge of bourbon made my husband very happy with something a little different.
The oysters were fresh, plump and juicy. They were shocked perfectly with no shell.
We had dinner reservations and this highly recommended restaurant did not disappoint. The crab fingers were amazing. Our waiter, Connor,was very attentive and checked on us often. We will definitely eat here again whenever we're in town.
We ordered take away Thanksgiving dinner, the order wasn’t filled correctly we were missing 2 of 4 salads. The salads we did receive had an alcohol dressing that was awful and ruined the 2 salads we received. When we called to have the “manager” resolve...the missing and poor food, the offer was come back and we’ll give you an appetizer and no offer to resolve the inaccurate order or poor food. If you’re feeling lucky in New Orleans try the casino over Bourbon House.More
This was the first place we ate while in NOLA, and overall was the best place!! It was clean, fairly upscale, impeccable service—but the charbroiled oysters, was the best I have ever eaten!! This will be a regular stop for us from now on.
Planned to go elsewhere but ended up here, happy accident! Enjoyed broiled oysters, small plates of shrimp and Cajun potatoes all very good. Husband had the shrimp and grits, said they were delicious. Had 2 different old fashioneds, one regular, one with chicory liquor. Actually...liked the plain one best.More
We had an amazing meal here. Their happy hour was amazing. Our server Ken was great. The chocolate pecan tart was amazing. I’m not a big oyster fan, but here they were the best I have ever had. Will go back again
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