The Marigny Brasserie is the perfect spot for dinner for the musically focused bachelor party. Located directly on Frenchmen St. it’s not even a block from the first of many critically acclaimed music venues. Fresh seasonal ingredients and gulf seafood create a contemporary Cajun and Creole menu that caters to everyone including the vegetarian in your crew.
Oceana Grill consistently great French Quarter dining in a casual setting with a couple unique specials of their own, including the Redfish Oceana, and the Blackened Bayou Duck. Another great perk of the Oceana Grill are their hours, they serve their complete dinner menu until 1am nightly.
Just off the river on Decatur St. you’ll find Crescent City Brewhouse, the first brewpub in New Orleans. A mixture of classic New Orleans fare like baked oysters and gumbo is paired up with burgers, ribs, and specialty salads making this the place to come to satisfy everyone in your group. Six house brewed beers on tap should certainly do the same.
Located directly on the historic St. Charles Street Car line, superior seafood offers stiff drinks and excellent raw and chargrilled oyster happy hours seven days a week. If you are going to setoff to explore St. Charles by street car this is a great place to stop for refreshments.
If you are going to make your way Uptown to the Maple Leaf Bar for a late night set, this is the place to come for dinner before hand. Funky décor mirrors the personality of it’s gregarious founder while Jacques-imo’s offers some of the best Cajun and Creole dining in the city. You can come here dressed for a night at the bar and fit right in. Definitely call ahead for reservations, the wait can reach two hours on a busy Friday night.