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Named one of the nation’s Best Seafood Restaurants by Travel + Leisure and readers of USA Today and frequent winner at New Orleans Po Boy Festival, Red Fish Grill sets the tone for your entire French Quarter experience. Led by General Manager Adam Rahn and Owner Ralph Brennan, Red Fish Grill has dominated the French Quarter seafood scene for over 20 years.
By far the best dinner we had in NOLA! I had the house special gumbo to start and the house special grilled redfish for dinner. Both were absolutely wonderful. We finished it off with the house special bread pudding. Amazing!
During a recent visit to New Orleans for a conference, a friend suggested this restaurant as a place not to be missed. I've never been a huge fan of seafood, but we went to check it out. I told the waiter about my ambivalence, and...More
Took our fresh caught red fish to Red Fish Grill last September. Vera, the front hostess, was extremely helpful in getting us a reservation and making arrangements with the chef to cook our fillets. Allegra, in the bar area took great care of us until...More
We first ate at Red Fish in 2006 and knew we had to return again. The restaurant is on Bourbon Street, but don’t let the location deter you. The restaurant is a nice escape from the craziness of Bourbon Street. The decor is attractive and...More
Our server Kevin was amazing! He brought us a delicious complimentary appetizer. I had the blackened red fish and it was the best fish I have ever eaten! The Sazerac was fabulous! Can’t wait to go back!!
Looking for seafood so we decided to try Red Fish. Even though it’s on Burbon Street and a bit noisy we were pleasantly surprised. The service is excellent, our waiter Benjamin suggested the 3 shrimp appetizer special that was delicious. Save room for the amazing...More
I have been here a few times, and the food is always delicious. Yesterday I went and took the waiters recommended and got the special, fresh snapper. It was amazing. From now on, I plan to always get the special.
My friend and I both ordered the Grilled Grouper. I added the grilled shrimp and my friend added the crab. It was served over a medley of grilled vegetables. The food was good. I especially liked the fish. Service was OK. Could have been better....More
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Wondering if anyone that works there would have any information on the person that appeared in the photo. I have been to the restaurant many times when and after I lived in New Orleans but I have never had anything like that... More
Wondering if anyone that works there would have any information on the person that appeared in the photo. I have been to the restaurant many times when and after I lived in New Orleans but I have never had anything like that happen to me.
I noticed the doors in the picture that is how I knew they were at this restaurant.