Bayou Bar and Fulton Alley Introduce Tantalizing New Offerings and Seasonal Specials 

Bayou Bar
Bayou Bar
, the casual tavern-style bar that once served as a drinking den for both Sinatra and Capote, recently introduced weekly dining specials created by Chef/Owner Brian Landry and Executive Chef David Whitmore. Priced at $14, offerings are available all-day Monday to Friday and include New Orleans classics like red beans with creole country rice and pork rib tips; roast pork jambalaya with crispy pork belly; smothered white beans with duck wings; meatballs & spaghetti with red gravy; and gulf shrimp & stone-ground grits with bacon, garlic and peppers. Additionally, guests can indulge in delectable new menu offerings which include the meat pie with lamb, tomato, mint; crispy buffalo alligator with Crystal hot sauce, Creole ranch; loaded fries with pulled pork, smoked gouda, jalapeños; fried chicken sliders with sambal aioli, Napa slaw; Creole Cuban with roasted pork, ham, habanero cheddar. Live music is offered Wednesday through Sunday with a rotating selection of talented local artists. Bayou Bar is located at 2031 Saint Charles Avenue in the Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans and is open Sunday - Thursday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m.-Midnight.

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Fulton Alley
Fulton Alley
, the charming gaming parlor and prohibition-style cocktail lounge located in the heart of New Orleans’ Warehouse District, is now offering half off bowling and drink specials Monday to Thursday from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Selections include $3 Paradise Park Draft; $5 Old Fashioned; and half off wine by the glass. Additionally, Saints fans can now enjoy unbeatable game-day specials that range from $6 - $10 like the Effen Cucumber Bloody Mary - Zing Zang and Tabasco, garnished with a slice of thick-cut pork belly; Black & Gold Shot And A Beer - Jim Beam Black Bourbon paired with a Paradise Park Lager; Ginger Coconut Daquiri  - Cruzan Coconut Rum, simple syrup, lime, muddled ginger; Victory Old Fashioned - Makers 46 Bourbon, Demerara syrup, Angostura bitters, orange bitters; and Toki Whisky or Roku Gin Highball.

Fulton Alley has also unveiled a new fall menu featuring items including a gouda bacon chicken sandwich; focaccia veggie melt with roasted red peppers, shiitake mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, chimichurri, mozzarella and jalapeno and goat cheese; Southwest eggrolls with fajita-style chicken, corn, black beans and mozzarella; loaded baked potato tots; and cornbread souffle with lardons, onion jam and jalapeno goat cheese. New sweet treats include New Orleans bread pudding with bourbon sauce a la mode and brûlée cheesecake with mixed berry compote. Fulton Alley is located at 600 Fulton Street, New Orleans. Fulton Alley is open Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m.-11 p.m.; Friday from 4 p.m.-1 a.m.; Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 a.m.; and Sunday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Happy hour is available Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. For reservations and more information about bookings, please contact (504) 208-5569 or visit  

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Lauren Busch/Anabel Mendez/Gladys Acevedo
Brustman Carrino Public Relations
(305) 573-0658