Red Fish Grill

One fish, two fish, Ralph Brennan’s Red Fish Grill. This French Quarter seafood destination, located in the 100 block of Bourbon Street at the “gateway to the French Quarter,” offers a huge range of just-caught Gulf shellfish, finned fish, and an oyster bar.

A playful, spacious establishment with etched floors, stained glass, and ocean-themed decor, including a school of whimsical wire fish swimming across the ceiling, Red Fish Grill has been named New Orleans’ best seafood restaurant four years in a row by readers of Where Y’at Magazine. Red Fish Grill’s state-of-the-art kitchen and hickory wood-burning grill impart a signature smoky flavor to each grilled seafood, vegetable and meat dish. An expansive menu with dozens of different options ensures that there is something delicious for everyone in your group, while service is punctual and courteous.

"Best Seafood Restaurant"
Where New Orleans
Reader's Survey, 4 years in a row

"Best Grilled Fish"
New Orleans Magazine
Reader Poll, 1998

"Best New Restaurant"
Gambit Weekly's "Best of New Orleans"
Readers Poll, August 1997

"Excellent seafood and a chocolate bread pudding that's said to be the eighth wonder of the world...served in a terrific setting by a staff that knows its stuff"
Zagat 2005

One of New Orleans' "100 Great Places to Eat"
Times-Picayune Lagniappe Dining Guide 2004

"One of New Orleans' Best Places to Work"
New Orleans CityBusiness Magazine 2003 & 2004

"Best New Restaurant"
Gambit Weekly's "Best of New Orleans"
Readers Poll, August 1997