A lot of money went into making this three-storey building look like an American Southern-style mansion. The owners also put much effort into service ... More
A lot of money went into making this three-storey building look like an American Southern-style mansion. The owners also put much effort into service and food presentation, even importing an authentic New Orleans chef. Bourbon Street has all the extravagant paraphernalia of its namesake. There is a bar, pool table, patio, smoking room and a walk-in cigar humidor. Even though Cajun and Creole are the specialties, the menu also features other Western and even Asian offerings.
On a recommendation my colleague and i went to this place. We had an excellent time! The cover band was most excellent! Really great groove party and lots of Eye Candy. Yes, there were a lot of "bar girls" but they did get the message that we were not interested. We went up to the second floor and watched the band/dancing girls from there. We were able to enjoy the scenery from above and drink our beer in peace. We did not order any food so i can not rate that. Will definately go back if i visit Shanghai again!
Yes, this place does tend to have amongst the best cover bands in town, but be aware that they generally change every few months. It is more a big party bar than restaurant. Good choice of beers, including Kilkenny. Yes, there are a lot of "bar girls" but if you tell them to go away they get the message.
Dark and dingy, caught my husband in their with one of their OVER friendly "waiting staff" more like hooker!!! She then had the nerve to give me evil stares when I removed my husband from the bar. Ladies dont trust you husband to go to this one on a lads night out!
This is the place to be if you are over 50, balding, and unhappily married or if you are under 20, perky, and needing money in the worst way. As for the music and the drinks, it's neither the worst place in Shanghai nor even close to the best. So, unless you are wanting to get your groove on with the best of the oldies and a clientele to match, I'd go ahead and skip this one.
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