It's like being at fishing camp but with better food and fewer mosquitos

 
 
 

About Us

Welcome to Borgne, a gathering place for locals and visitors alike, a CBD lunch spot, a quick bite before the game and a casual setting for a delicious dinner with friends.

The menu pays homage to New Orleans classics and a celebration of all that the local waterways have to offer. The seafood featured throughout the menu reflects Borgne's commitment to local, sustainable seafood.

Home of the longest bar in New Orleans, Borgne is the perfect place to grab a drink with friends, enjoy happy hour or watch a game on one of our TVs. The bar also features a raw bar with a New Orleanian oyster shucker at the helm highlighting and serving Gulf delicasies.
 


Where yat?

601 LOYOLA AVENUE | NEW ORLEANS LA 70113

What're ya digits

504.613.3860 | INFO@BORGNERESTAURANT.COM


whens good for you?

SUNDAY - THURSDAY
11 AM – 9 PM

Friday - Saturday
11 AM – 10 PM

Happy Hour daily
3 PM – 6 PM

 


We'd love to hear from ya

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What kind of Parking is there?

Valet is available at the Hyatt - $10 for three hours for validated Borgne diners.
 

ARE RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED?

We accept reservations up to 30 days in advance by phone at (212) 925-3797 and up to 14 days in advance online by clicking here. We also set aside tables for walk-in guests nightly.
 

DO YOU HAVE SPACE FOR PRIVATE DINING?

Yes, Private Dining is available for social and corporate events, in both our private dining room and in the restaurant. For more information, click here.
 

Public Relations

Brooke Barnett | press@brg-hospitality.com

 

Where are you Located?

601 LOYOLA AVENUE | NEW ORLEANS LA 70113

WHAT KIND OF FOOD DO YOU SERVE?

The menu pays homage to New Orleans classics and a celebration of all that the local waterways have to offer.
 

Louisiana Coast

Our love for local seafood began at an early age, the result of frequent and enjoyable family fishing trips. borgne is our attempt to pay homage to Louisiana’s coastal, indigenous cuisine by cooking with the freshest local ingredients.
 

Sustainability

The seafood featured throughout the menu reflects Borgne's commitment to local, sustainable seafood. We've developed a strong relationship with local fisherman and farmers to give our guests the very best of what louisiana has to offer.
 

Who is the head chef?

Chef Brian Landry is the chef and co-owner. Chef grew up fishing on Lake Borgne, the epicenter of coastal cuisine in Louisiana. His passion for Louisiana seafood brought him to create Borgne, a gathering place for locals and visitors alike.

What Does Borgne mean?

Borgne is named after Lake Borgne, a lagoon of the Gulf of Mexico in southeastern Louisiana. Its name comes from the French word borgne, which means "one-eyed."
 

what is the Dress Code?

No formalities, come as you are.
 

is there a CORKAGE FEE?

A $20 corkage fee will be applied to bottles of wine brought into the restaurant. However, if you have a special bottle of personal significance to you, it would be our honor to pour it at no charge. We ask that you please call the restaurant in advance to arrange to bring this wine in and share its story.

 

Do you offer Gift Cards?

Gift cards are available for sale at the restaurant.

 
 
 

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