A number of restaurants and event venues all over the Big Easy have something special planned for the big game, including favorites like Acme Oyster House, Copeland’s, Rue Bourbon and The Bombay Club.
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Acme Oyster House
Looking for great food, including world famous oysters for your group’s Super Bowl event? Acme Oyster House wants you to plan your Super Bowl party with them. They have two spaces in their French Quarter location, the upstairs that holds two hundred people and the downstairs that holds three hundred. Both spots are open for ten hour events on Super Bowl day and four events the Friday and Saturday before.
The Bombay Club
The Bombay Club wants you to enjoy the game in sophisticated plush comfort, while enjoying delicious food and award winning martinis, all the while being surrounded by big screen TV’s. Tickets are just fifty dollars and include up to fifty dollars’ worth of food and beverages. Doors open two hours before the game and reservations are encouraged to make sure you have a spot to watch the big game.
Right in the heart of the craziness called Bourbon Street is Rue Bourbon. They have two options for you. You can either book your group event or reserve your individual spot at one of their Bourbon Street locations. Either way, you’ll have access to a premium bar, a traditional New Orleans buffet, flat screen television to watch the big game and most importantly clean restrooms.
No matter who you go with from this list, it’s the perfect way to enjoy the big game or just the big weekend in style and with delicious food!