The Bombay Club

A spot offering high-caliber food, music and spirits can be rare, and the Bombay Club aims to provide all three. Just half a block from Bourbon Street, discover a different world: plush leather wingback chairs, deep wood accents, oil paintings, and the atmosphere of an English gentlemen’s club. Lit by candles and featuring tasteful live music nightly, the Bombay Club offers a fusion of New Orleans’ best features.

In the kitchen, Executive Chef Ricky Cheramie prepares Nouveau Creole dishes with high-quality ingredients, receiving rave reviews from local critics like Tom Fitzmorris and national sources like MSNBC and Sante Magazine. Dishes like the Paneed New Zealand Lamb Rack and pan-fried Bombay Drum offer fine dining alongside an extensive range of spirits: more than a hundred specialty martinis and numerous single-malt scotches, ports, bourbons, cordials, cognacs, grappas make up the French Quarter’s largest selection of fine liquors. Wines by the glass are available as well.