After consuming copious amounts of fried crayfish, chargrilled oysters, fried chicken and gumbo, it was a relief to walk into Bourbon House in New Orleans. Located on the corner of Bourbon and Iberville St. and (or a block off of Canal Street), Bourbon House is a seafood / oyster bar. Bourbon House flaunts a delicious seasonal menu. What does that mean for potential diners? If it’s not in season, you won’t find it on the menu.
It is a fairly large restaurants with floor to ceiling windows that overlook both Bourbon Street and Iberville Street. Dishes are authentically ‘New Orleans’ featuring classic creole-esque flavours. Being called Bourbon House also means that it flaunts an impressive Bourbon menu with over 100 American Whiskeys on the list as well as a classic “Bourbon Milk Punch” – which let me tell you is worth ordering (multiple if you have room). Continue reading