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115 Bourbon Street • New Orleans, LA • 70130


Tour Red Fish Grill


The whimsical décor of Red Fish Grill can be felt from the entrance on Bourbon Street. Fishing line and bait, the anchors which hold the Red Fish Grill sign as well as fish fin wall sconces festively adorn the outside of the building.


Main Dining

Local artist and sculptor, Luis Colmenares, was commissioned for the décor of Red Fish Grill, and his creative and unique designs showcase the theme of Casual New Orleans Seafood. Sculpted palms encircle and extend from tall columns, seafood of all shapes and sizes are etched into sea-colored concrete floors and hand painted tables provide colorful drama for the eye. A sea of metal fish in neon swim overhead and an enormous Red Fish painted on the concrete wall that separates the Main Dining Room from the Oyster Bar is the focal point in this room. Four large windows in the Main Dining Room provide thrill for children of all ages as they can watch Executive Chef Gregg Collier and his team of talented chefs engaged in the kitchen.


Lake Room

Located adjacent to the Main Dining Room, the Lake Room can be utilized by itself or in conjunction with the River Room for private events. The rich yellow colored walls along with the hand crafted metal chandelier and hand painted tables sets the mood for a memorable dining experience.


River Room

Facing world famous Bourbon Street, the River Room is our largest private party dining room. Floor to ceiling curtains can be drawn for private parties allowing guests to experience Bourbon Street from behind the scene. The River Room is separated from the Lake Room by French Quarter wooden shutters.


Chaos Room

Located at the end of Red Fish Grill's Oyster Bar, the Chaos Room is the smallest of our dining rooms, seating up to 25, with room for 30 reception-style. In this room, during the Summer of 2000, ten men met to form The 115 Club which annually stages The Knights of Chaos Parade during Mardi Gras. All 16 of the satirical Chaos Parade floats on display for guests to enjoy year round.


Oyster Bar

Red Fish Grill's festive cocktail and raw oyster bar is open daily from 11:00 am - 11:00 pm. Giant oyster mirrors with peals hang on the ancient brick wall behind the bar and metal sculpted sea creature barstools add to the theme of the restaurant.

The bar at Red Fish Grill, which physically extends the entire length of the Iberville side of the restaurant, features a series of black and white photographs of Louisiana bayous and bayou residents taken by Claire Lally Brennan, Ralph Brennan's mother in 1948, as part of her photography dissertation at Newcomb College of Tulane University.